Saturday, December 25, 2010

Happy EVERY day!

I don't celebrate religious holidays, so I wish everyone a merry or happy EVERY day!

Our local Salvation Army, "the sallies" has help from Bowmont "Meats" talk about your "sacrificial lambs" eh?

Bowmont "Meats" is an interesting company, along with their "regular" "meat":
"just because you aren't keen on STALKING PREY through the bush doesn't mean you have to miss out on the WONDERFUL FLAVOURS OF WILD GAME.  John Corbett talks to those happy to step in on your behalf"

"stalking prey", why would we want to *stalk* anyone, to *prey* upon *victims*?

That (rhetorical) question is answered by the image "you dont have to miss out on the WONDERFUL FLAVOURS of wild "game" "

"“And taste is what it is all about in the end”."

And how could that moustache remind you of anyone else than Stalin?

"As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1."

This morning, December the 25th, I were reminded of how precious life is.  As I went out to see my Chicken Friends, I nearly stepped on the dead body of a Sparrow, killed by a Cat "for fun".  All a "game".

At this time of the year, when many celebrate the birth of some guy, lets consider how in the natural world, we all have but one life to live.  We are not like Cats, who apparently live nine times over, or this Jesus character who, like the Energiser Bunny, (or Duracell Bunny for those keeping it real) keeps popping back up, no, we are Sparrows.  We are uniformly pretty, walk on two legs, like eating bread and communicate through Tweets.

Mortal, non fictitious beings must band together!  Lets enjoy our own lives, and let others keep theirs.

Its as easy to be Vegan as not, and its the least others deserve, not to be seen as a "it", or a "thing", but respected as a Friend.

1 comment:

  1. Happy every day to you, too, Jordan, and a million thanks for all you do. I love seeing your chicken friends appearing so healthy and happy, living their lives. Look at that precious little one above. Good post, although distressing how someone could turn a living being into a red hanging thing and then think of eating it - gross!


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