Attn Vegans, that tomato is saying "Don't eat me!"

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  • #51985

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    While plants may not have a fully-bloomed language like humans, they audibly respond to stressors, including being mutilated in order to make that vegan salad.

    So, vegans and  vegetarians, if you want to be 100% guilt-free in your animal flesh-eschewing dining habits, you need to adopt the dictum, “The only good plant (to eat) is a dead one.”

    #51986

    _Robert_
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    Tomatoes live about two years in the tropics or until a hard frost so not like they should be so worried, LOL. It’s not like meat animals don’t eat tons of plants that could feed so many more people directly. That is the real damage.

    #51987

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    Tomatoes live about two years in the tropics or until a hard frost so not like they should be so worried, LOL. It’s not like meat animals don’t eat tons of plants that could feed so many more people directly. That is the real damage.

    I don’t think a plate of what cows and pigs eat would make palatable food on your dinner plate. Admit it. Would I rather eat a pork chop or ribeye or a plate of grass or pig slop? Easy for me to answer.

    #51988

    _Robert_
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    Tomatoes live about two years in the tropics or until a hard frost so not like they should be so worried, LOL. It’s not like meat animals don’t eat tons of plants that could feed so many more people directly. That is the real damage.

    I don’t think a plate of what cows and pigs eat would make palatable food on your dinner plate. Admit it. Would I rather eat a pork chop or ribeye or a plate of grass or pig slop? Easy for me to answer.

    They eat lots of oats, corn, millet and well even grass takes up good land and resources to grow. I think a bigger issue is the decimation of wild fish by renegade countries that fish illegally.

    #51989

    TheEncogitationer
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    Fellow Unbelievers,

    Everything that lives, whether carnivore, herbivore, or omnivore, lives off of something else.

    With the exception of yogurt with active cultures and raw sourdough, all food is most likely dead food and is definitely dying since the day a sperm fertilized an egg or a stamen and pistol pollenated. Entropy is a bitch and applies to biochemistry too.

    And ackshuyally, tomatoes can survive indefinitely in a heated greenhouse if the frost or disease doesn’t get to it. The Japanese managed to get 20,000 poinds of tomatoes from the entire lifetime of a single plant. I’m getting more Cherry Tomatoes from my apartment-grown plants now in the Winter than I got in the hot North Carolina Summer.

    Yes, take good care of your plants and feed, water, and cultivate them well, but have no remorse about having a slice of a Better Boy on top of your Angus Beef Burger or diced and scattered into hash browns or beside ham bits and peppers in a Western Omelet.

    Don’t let People Endeavoring To Aggravate spoil your appetite! Tomato proudly and sing about it like Guy Clark!

    🍅😍😋

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    #51992

    Belle Rose
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    @unseen aaaahhhh!!!! That is TOO COOL!!!!! I knew plants could talk 😂

    #51994

    TheEncogitationer
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    Greetings again, Belle Rose!

    I hope you had a safe and wonderful Holiday! Is anything improved about your situation?

    #51995

    _Robert_
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    My method of getting lots of tomatoes all year is to plant a shit-ton of them and then not to fuss much. Let them scream. I have some peppers going on year 3 in pots, but I did put them in the barn during the one bad freeze we had. The extremes that Japanese will go to from making a sword to growing a veggie in frikkin’ clean-room are just not for me.

    #51996

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    STOP EATING PLANTS ENTIRELY. They are trying to kill you!

    #51997

    jakelafort
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    He is from TN so what can ya expect?

    If he gets enough followers his influence will reduce life expectancy markedly.

    #51998

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    @ Robert

    Tennesseeans rank ahead of Californians when it comes to IQ. Probably due to all the veggie eaters in California.

    #51999

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    @ Robert Tennesseeans rank ahead of Californians when it comes to IQ. Probably due to all the veggie eaters in California.

    Sorry, Robert. I meant Jake.

    #52000

    jakelafort
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    That so called doctor ought to be horse whipped for that shit. Eat bacon until it is coming out of your eyeballs. Fucking brilliant to tout a big time carcinogen.

    Everything is caveat emptor. Too bad there is nobody home to judge of what is credible.

    #52001

    TheEncogitationer
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    Robert,

    The Japanese did that with tomatoes because their island nation is rocky with few natural resources. So they have get as much out of what they have as possible.

    And their swordcraft of flipping the steel on itself 30,000 times is what makes the Samuai Sword so strong and sharp.

    #52003

    jakelafort
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    Yeah Enco, Blue Eyed Samurai!

    That shit was dope and it is rare for me to give two hoots and a rotten tomato for loony tunes animation.

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