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Invisiblepops
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East Asia's Plagues
    #2309303 - 02/06/04 06:20 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

peanut butter goes good with marmalade


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Re: East Asia's Plagues [Re: pops]
    #2309339 - 02/06/04 06:40 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

what a retarded idea youve presented. Do asians treat animals worse than anyone else? no. North Americans treat animals fucking HORRIBLY. Which has resulted in mad cow disease.

they also burn cows in large amounts in north america, you know that right?

you obviously have some weird racist ideas that you are trying to sneak through with this post.


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Re: East Asia's Plagues [Re: lostsuitcase]
    #2309350 - 02/06/04 06:46 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

burn


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Re: East Asia's Plagues [Re: pops]
    #2309361 - 02/06/04 06:51 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

maybe, what does it matter? do you think they give them nice lethal injections? I as a Korean, take alot of offense to your statement, its typical white christian mentality.


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Re: East Asia's Plagues [Re: pops]
    #2309390 - 02/06/04 07:04 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

You might want to check your logic on this one.. you are making connections between things that have no real connection between them at all.. Swami would call this "chasm-jumping". (haha, since I only quoted you as saying it, I don't you your 10 cents, so THERE. :tongue:)

The idea of a God who has his hands in every action on this Earth, manipulating it to fit his needs > diseases in East Asia > inhumane treatment of animals? If you are being serious, please disregard my laugh. :lol:

Hehe, seriously though, I could just as easily say: The idea of a God who has his hands in every action on this Earth, manipulating it to fit his needs > finding the image of a mushroom hidden in trippy artwork of Strumpling's on my desktop > sign that Bill Gates is in actuality a reincarnation of Andre the Giant who is hell bent on eating as much fried shrimp as humanely possible.

What is the difference between what I came up with and what you came up with?
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Re: East Asia's Plagues [Re: lostsuitcase]
    #2309396 - 02/06/04 07:05 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

i am not korean, i am canadian
that said, you are sadly ignorant of this subject, and ignorance coupled with strong emotion (hatred for them) is a nasty mix

here in north america most stock animals, pigs especially, live there entire lives in cages only a fraction larger than there own bodies. these animals live in darkness, with no natural air and no sunlight. They cannot move. There they live until they are slaughterd, and that gets even messier. the list of atrocities commited against animals right here at home and basically anywhere else are so horrible and extensive that it amazes me you arent aware of them. THen again most people arent, which is why they so guiltlessly gorge themselves on said animals every night. (im a hypocrite, not a vegetarian by the way)

And suggesting that the plagues in asia are gods punishment for burning chickens is , as suitcase man said, retarded, racist, ignorant etc...

Open your eyes man. I think this thread can fade into oblivion now, and there isnt much more to say about it.


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