Documentary: Forks Over Knives


#1

animalrightsireland.blogspot.ie/2012/09/forks-over-knives-showing-in-dublin.html

There are also compelling health reasons, in addition to compelling ethical reasons based on animal suffering, to stop consuming animal products.


#2

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#3

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#4

**Sheesh, did I accidently tune onto the vegan
channel ONCE AGAIN ?

Warf, I've got a headache too........**


#5

[quote="triumphguy, post:2, topic:300197"]
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:D:D:D:D


#6

I had spaghetti with two giant meatballs on top last night. Delicious. I nearly ordered the Sausage Deluxe sandwich but settled on the spaghetti w/ meat balls since I'm having bratwurst tonight.

Mmmmm....meat.

Animals shouldn't suffer though. They should be treated well before we kill and eat them. Makes for better/healthier meat.


#7

LOL...forks over knives is some serious propaganda


#8

*Forks over knives,

Spoons cover forks,

Knives pierce spoons.*

Okay, I think I got it. The game is more un-traditional than rock, paper, scissors, but a bit of novelty isn't a bad thing. :)


#9

[quote="interestedman, post:7, topic:300197"]
LOL...forks over knives is some serious propaganda

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:yyeess:


#10

[quote="Dale_M, post:8, topic:300197"]
*Forks over knives,

Spoons cover forks,

Knives pierce spoons.*

Okay, I think I got it. The game is more un-traditional than rock, paper, scissors, but a bit of novelty isn't a bad thing. :)

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:thumbsup::rotfl:


#11

Vegan is Indian for Can't Hunt.

Seriously: We are called to be good stewards. Meat is an acceptable food. No one is required to eat meat.

I think a 7 oz filet mignon is much better than a 24 oz Porterhouse. Especially if the wine is well chosen.


#12

[quote="GratefulFred, post:11, topic:300197"]
Vegan is Indian for Can't Hunt.

Seriously: We are called to be good stewards. Meat is an acceptable food. No one is required to eat meat.

I think a 7 oz filet mignon is much better than a 24 oz Porterhouse. Especially if the wine is well chosen.

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wrapped in BACON!!!!


#13

[quote="april32010, post:12, topic:300197"]
wrapped in BACON!!!!

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Of course it's wrapped in bacon, filet mignon is so lean that there isn't enough fat to properly cook it so fat must be added.


#14

[quote="april32010, post:12, topic:300197"]
wrapped in BACON!!!!

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Well, then, that definitely changes the wine selection ! :thumbsup:


#15

Which wines go well with bacon?


#16

hmm... did I tune into the sommelier/cookery channel?:)


#17

It's an improvement on the vegan channel!

Actually I've just figured out that our OP is a secret agent for pigs. They are paying him in pork rinds to turn nice folks like us away from meat.

Those dastardly pigs and their evil machinations!

http://bethanyfehlinger.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/go-vegan.jpg?w=300&h=232


#18

He may be a mild mannered, animal-loving Brooklyn resident but when danger presesnts itself he becomes SPIDER-PIG

youtube.com/watch?v=714-Ioa4XQw


#19

Here is the actual movie, available on Hulu: hulu.com/watch/279734

Panel Discussion: youtube.com/watch?v=8qA-8Kk7y8w


#20

[quote="tuscany, post:4, topic:300197"]
**Sheesh, did I accidently tune onto the vegan
channel ONCE AGAIN ?

Warf, I've got a headache too........**

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I doubt it was accidental! :D

Actual movie: hulu.com/watch/279734

Panel discussion: youtube.com/watch?v=8qA-8Kk7y8w

I hope you would get something out of watching them, other than new jokes to throw at me (which I find very entertaining).


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