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  1. Mhoram says:

    You gotta love PETA. They took what has to be one of the most morally pure positions out there – "Be kind to dumb animals" – and turned it into the lunatic fringe.

  2. fnord says:

    I wonder how I can score an invite to the human flesh barbecue.

    Even if I were a moral vegetarian (I'm not, but I can see the point of those who are), I would find nothing wrong with eating the flesh of an animal which lived a "natural" life (well, civilization isn't exactly humans natural habitat, but close enough) and died a natural death, especially if they consent before hand.

    Likewise for various decorative uses; cruelty is what happens before death, not after.

  3. Scott Jacobs says:

    I suspect she will be tough and stringy, and since they don't eat meat these people will have NO damned idea how to properly tenderize her.

    As for her skin becoming leather, can I pre-pay for some to have a couple of books re-covered? I have a limited Call of Cthulhu core rulebook, you see…

    :)

  4. Hannah says:

    I love PETA. It is her choice what she wants to do with her body and I think doing this is way better than rotting underground. What I take from this essay is that your mad because she made something of herself and made her life useful. Just because your a failure doesn't mean you should sit on your ass and wine about it.

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