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Old 01-11-2007, 01:12 PM   #41
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Old Gary Shandling routine:

"Why do people 'moo' out the window when they pass a herd of cows? What do they think? The cows will go 'Hey, look at that cow, driving a car? How can she afford that...?'"
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Re: PETA~ Are you familiar with these folks?
Old 01-11-2007, 01:55 PM   #42
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ever since i stopped eating meat (about 10 years ago) i can yell "mooooo" out the window when i'm passing a cow and feel completely guilt free. i may be going 60 mph but i really feel like we connect now.
When I drive past the local pasture full of "pre-slaughter" bovines, I always get the urge to stick my head out the window and holler "STEAK!!!"
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The ultimate goal of PETA and the other extremist animal rights groups is for all of us to go vegetatian. If a corporation eeven answers the phone and says hello to them, they claim they are "in the process of negotiating animal rights"

Best to completely ignore their existence.
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When I drive past the local pasture full of "pre-slaughter" bovines, I always get the urge to stick my head out the window and holler "STEAK!!!"
what a coincidence. because i yell out the same thing when i drive past the cardiac unit.
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I don't know what its like in Hawaii, but in New England I am driving distance from a lot small farms and if I chose to, could probably live on the "100 mile diet" if I wanted to (but some things, like coffee for example), would be a real problem.
Eh, I'll trade you Kona for rasberries & blueberries.

They're each equally rare outside of their time zones...
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