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Why do people become Vegetarians if they are still killing something?

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Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 19:16
Because there is a circle of life. Everything born (hatched, planted,etc) will die and rot to replenish the earth so new life will grow, to die, to replenish the earth and on and on. Whether you eat them or not, animals die for you to eat. Thousands of field animals (bunny rabbits, field mice, snakes, etc)are run over, mangled, crippled by farm equipment planting and harvesting the veggies and grains you eat. Then thousands more, mostly rodents and birds, are deliberately poisoned to keep them from contaminating grains stored in big bins that will become the bread and cereal that you eat.
Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 19:49
That is an argument that puzzles me as well, except to say that the foods we get from them they are in their dieing stage and we are not killing them. In many cases like an apple tree we are only removing their crop but they will still reproduce. Yearly until they die of old age. Dune
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 00:11
To me, it feels gross to eat animal meat. It doesn't feel gross to eat plants.

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