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  1. @Clown Ok I didn't feel guilty before either. Before I went vegan I started questioning the morality of unnecessary killing animals just for taste. So I thought that I might go vegetarian because I didn't see the problem with drinking milk and eating eggs. Then I realized that all animals gets killed in the end. And if people "only" buy milk and eggs they also support the killing. Because if people didn't buy milk and eggs, animals wouldn't be breed into existence, exploited and killed. Slaughter Age vs. Natural Life Span: Pigs: Slaughtered at 6 months young; Natural life span: 6 to 10 years Chickens: Slaughtered at 6 weeks young; Natural life span: 5 to 8 years for those birds bred as "egg layers" such as Rhode Island Reds; 1 to 4 years for factory layer breeds such as leghorns; and 1 to 3 years for "meat" breeds. Turkeys: Slaughtered at 5 to 6 months young; Natural life span: 2 to 6 years Ducks/Geese: Slaughtered at 7 to 8 weeks young; Natural life span: domestic ducks: 6 to 8 years; geese from 8 to 15 years. Cattle: “Beef” cattle slaughtered at 18 months young; dairy cows slaughtered at 4 to 5 years young; Natural life span: 18 to 25+ years Veal Calves: Slaughtered at 16 weeks young; Natural life span: 18 to 25+ years Goats: Slaughtered at 3 to 5 months young; Natural life span: 12 to 14 years Rabbits: Slaughtered at 10 to 12 weeks young; Natural life span: 8 to 12+ years Lambs: Slaughtered at 6 to 8 weeks young for “young lamb” and under 1 year for all other; Natural life span: 12 to 14 years Horses/Donkeys: Slaughter age varies; Natural life span: 30 to 40 years Read this about cows: Or maybe watch this: Ok I think it's still wrong to kill fish. Some people could kill cats and dogs, even humans without a problem. I don't think that makes it morally justified to pay someone else to do it. The death of fish I think is even more painful generally and I've heard it's similar to drowning for a human when it's out of the water. But the fish have to endure it for a longer time. Also high levels of stress and depression have been found in farmed fish. Free range eh? Well it sounds nice atleast
  2. @Clown Good What stops you from transitioning to vegan?
  3. I can't say because I haven't researched it yet. I have not. I'm sure it's out there to find. I haven't been vegan for that long so I haven't had the time yet. Very time consuming. Maybe someone else can link some. Lemme recommend you some youtube channels: Mic. the Vegan If you're interested in the ethical arguments and want to see some activism: Joey Carbstrong Earthling Ed James Aspey There's also some great vegan speeches out there.
  4. Imagine a whole cactus. That gotta hurt.
  5. You sure? I like mixing fruits and berries in my cereal. That's what makes breakfast taste good for me.
  6. Maybe this can be of help. Notice that it mentions fruit in several places in the lower section so you don't miss that.
  7. Damn. That's some motivation right there.
  8. Cool. I will definitely invest in some in the future.
  9. I'm very interested. I've planned to give it my all when I got the damn capital for it. The link doesn't work for me