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    Quote Originally Posted by sgfreestyler View Post
    it is not a culture at all. This only happen in taiji. a city in japan.
    But they have been doing this for hundreds of years. To them, a dolphin is just like any other fish.

    It doesn't only happen in Taiji, but also in other parts of Japan. This thing even happens in some parts of the Nordic countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jix View Post
    But they have been doing this for hundreds of years. To them, a dolphin is just like any other fish.

    It doesn't only happen in Taiji, but also in other parts of Japan. This thing even happens in some parts of the Nordic countries.
    i do not know it they have been doing it for 100s yrs, but this action isnt encouraging.

    they kill dolphins becos they are another kind of whales...
    way of killing them is 1 part. covering this is another. giving away free lunchbox with dolphin meat is another matter. there are alot of wrong-doing over this.

    well. i could explain very well over here. the documentary has the detail information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgfreestyler View Post
    Haiz.... you take a look at one of the video that talks abt the dolphins meat is given away FREE to student in the country. Worst of all, the children do not know what they are eating.
    well you can wait for their kids to suffer brain damage first which is a slow process over the years...then their parents will sue for compensation, and it truly open up the can of worms in japan.

    they already got cases in the past where children are born deformed with mercury poisoning from industrial areas and yet they don't learn from their mistakes...
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    hope they born to be a dolphin and get slaughtered the very same way in their next life... damn it!

    look at those dolphins struggling for life..
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    I couldn't bear to watch the whole of the first video man. Seeing the Dolphins struggling when they are being cut really saddens me.

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    some ppl think dolphins are food. who are we to say no?
    some ppl thinks a cow is food. who are we to say no?
    some ppl think an elephant is food. who are we to say no?
    some eat rats, crickets, insects...where's our bleeding hearts for them insects that's being roasted alive?
    some keep dogs as pets, others eat them. who are we to judge them?
    some eat chicken, others keep them as pets. who are we to judge them?
    humane treatment....i donno...

    there's research that claims plants feel pain as well...should we also stop eating them? eat dirst is best, yes?
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    how it tastes like? can buy in Singapore? never eat before leh..
    Objection !!!

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    Just to check if anyone interested to buy the merchandise?

    my friends and I will be ordering.

    PM me if u want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jix View Post
    Easier said than done as this is part of the Japanese culture.
    Nuke them again!

    But not the areas where Canon and Nikon factories are.
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    Dolphin Sashimi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeiPiGu View Post
    After I saw the videos of poultry farms, I did seriously thought above giving up eating chicken. It's truly disturbing....they crushed chicks using grinder

    Those US puppy mills also is
    OMG dont describe ><
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiruikage View Post
    some ppl think dolphins are food. who are we to say no?
    some ppl thinks a cow is food. who are we to say no?
    some ppl think an elephant is food. who are we to say no?
    some eat rats, crickets, insects...where's our bleeding hearts for them insects that's being roasted alive?
    some keep dogs as pets, others eat them. who are we to judge them?
    some eat chicken, others keep them as pets. who are we to judge them?
    humane treatment....i donno...

    there's research that claims plants feel pain as well...should we also stop eating them? eat dirst is best, yes?
    Yup.

    I think humans should eat humans too, or let other animals eat us up... not joking here... Just becos we have better cognitive knowledge, able to control other species or even dominate other species and make us the dominant species/king of the species on earth doesn't really gives us the rights to kill other species.

    So back to square one... should we offer ourselves as food when we pass on? Or should we only feed on other animals after they pass on? Its a matter of survival. Which boils back to the same question... what makes you think your life is more precious than theirs?

    We humans are such a waste, when we die, we don't even offer ourselves as food, energy, or even essential substance of life for other living things. All we do is waste more precious energy and space by cremation and wasting land for burial and such...
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    Apparently the dolphins and the whale taste good!
    And also has a nice texture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IamJeFfy View Post
    hope they born to be a dolphin and get slaughtered the very same way in their next life... damn it!

    look at those dolphins struggling for life..
    Maybe you can be an apple tree in your next life and every day someone will come and pluck your fruit
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    Not nice to be a male chick either
    http://www.news.com.au/story/0,27574...29-401,00.html
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    i read it somewhere that they kill the dolphins because these dolphins consumed too much of the fishes which the fishermen catch. hence, making their earnings dropped. so, to stabilize the the fish population, the dolphin population is controlled.

    how true? you guys go figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    Yup.

    I think humans should eat humans too, or let other animals eat us up... not joking here... Just becos we have better cognitive knowledge, able to control other species or even dominate other species and make us the dominant species/king of the species on earth doesn't really gives us the rights to kill other species.
    actually...we do offer our bodies to others when we die.....to the real ruler of Earth...insects.

    true, currently we don consciously offer ourself to others for food, or allow ourself to be eaten, and it is true that our live is no more important than theirs, BUT consider this, we humans are omnivorous animal, a high level one granted (this is debatable), but an animal nevertheless, and speaking as a species, we eat other species. just as carnivorous lions eat antelopes and deers (should we stop the savage lions from eating the delightfully cheerful and beautiful deer?) and herbivorous elephants eats sugarcanes. all this morality considerations comes in purely as a human invention and thus, it takes some getting used to to be applied to mother nature...yes?

    and speaking of letting the animals eat us, we have been eaten before, by lions and saber tooth tigers, by remnants of the dinosaurs even if u will...when? many many millenias ago when we still cant tell peace from piss (even now i'm not so sure we do either...sadly).
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiruikage View Post
    actually...we do offer our bodies to others when we die.....to the real ruler of Earth...insects.

    true, currently we don consciously offer ourself to others for food, or allow ourself to be eaten, and it is true that our live is no more important than theirs, BUT consider this, we humans are omnivorous animal, a high level one granted (this is debatable), but an animal nevertheless, and speaking as a species, we eat other species. just as carnivorous lions eat antelopes and deers (should we stop the savage lions from eating the delightfully cheerful and beautiful deer?) and herbivorous elephants eats sugarcanes. all this morality considerations comes in purely as a human invention and thus, it takes some getting used to to be applied to mother nature...yes?

    and speaking of letting the animals eat us, we have been eaten before, by lions and saber tooth tigers, by remnants of the dinosaurs even if u will...when? many many millenias ago when we still cant tell peace from piss (even now i'm not so sure we do either...sadly).
    insects, no... nowadays coffins are 'insect' proof... or cremated, put in a nice jar...

    and eaten by lions and sabretooth tigers... like abit too far fetch... so now its revenge? Like last time fisherman go swim in sea, kena eaten by sharks, now eat sharkfins to avenge them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamadam View Post
    Maybe you can be an apple tree in your next life and every day someone will come and pluck your fruit
    hey .... only 2 fruits in my entire life so no plucking pls.

    maybe till i passed on ....

    *ouch*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    insects, no... nowadays coffins are 'insect' proof... or cremated, put in a nice jar...
    alamak...some places oni mah...many places still in good ol' earth lor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    and eaten by lions and sabretooth tigers... like abit too far fetch... so now its revenge? Like last time fisherman go swim in sea, kena eaten by sharks, now eat sharkfins to avenge them?
    alamak...who knows who kena makan de? that one donkey years ago de lar, when humans don even know about fire that time...dat long ago...who is who oso donno...
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