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    Info A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

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    Default Re: A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

    we're all fat, greedy consumer whores. When production cant meet consumption the world will probably be better off for it. Just hope its not in my life time, I love bacon.
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    Default Re: A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

    My personal thoughts on this:

    It has to come from somewhere and I guarantee that when the mass production was first set up it would have been hailed as genius.
    If the video offends you then become a vegetarian. Too many vegetarians will then see the land raped of goodness, fact.
    What I don't agree with however is the ending.. It is almost implying that we are all overweight as a result of it.. You do get fat vegetarians also...

    I love bacon, last night I did a Beer Can Chicken. These videos have the same affect on me as the clips they show of dying women and children during Sport Relief etc... none! I remember the Karl Pilkington clips during Comic relief the other year kicking off but that's off topic.

    I am aware that this is how most of the food I eat is produced, I accept that and I will continue to eat it.

    The video was shot very well, I am very very surprised that in this day and age it was allowed.

    Long Live Unsustainable Food!


    And in other news, my mother-in-law thinks that Bananas will be extinct soon because they have no seeds in them..... *sigh*


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    After thoughts....

    What does it matter how it is produced? If we all had to raise our own meat then would the conditions be any better? Think about it before you answer.. You might think so but what about Bob down the road..
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    Default Re: A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

    Makes me laugh folk posting these videos, if your that concerned, WHAT have you done to stop this ?
    fuck all i bet.

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    Default Re: A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

    Watching that made me really want a burger

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    Default Re: A hard hitting dose of perspective of what unsustainable demand looks like

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr 250 View Post
    Watching that made me really want a burger
    I didn't see any horses?
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