If you had a horse and it ran away you could probably find it eventually grazing in some field. But if you ran away into the wilderness, they'd eventually find your body because you would starve. The only thing you could do to stay alive is learn to hunt.
[QUOTE=mommymd;983264]My kids are watching a movie on netflix called "animals united" There is a lion character who is vegetarian "so that all of the animals on the savannah can live peacefully together". Looks like I've got some deprogramming to do over our breakfast of back bacon and eggs.[/QUOTE]
Perhaps you missed that he only became a vegetarian after his brother was shot and killed and before that he readily ate antelope. And how else are you going to have a movie where a lion and meerkat are best friends unless the lion is a vegetarian. lol. It wasn't a movie about vegetarianism, just another all humans are evil and destroying the planet type movie. A different type of propaganda all together.
But... I like vegetarians... Especially with hot sauce.
Thanks for the video! I like how the vegetarians were (accurately) drawn as being "skinny fat". That is indeed how virtually every vegetarian (over the age of 25) I've ever seen looks.
For both the OP and continuing on the notion of vegetarians as bloated and, at best, just skinny fat (i.e., no muscle tone and oodles of flesh hanging over their skivvies and bra straps), here is a good article about a reformed vegetarian: [url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2105132/Damn-low-fat-diet-How-reformed-vegan-John-Nicholson-gorges-foods-granny-enjoyed--felt-better.html]Damn your low fat diet: How a reformed vegan John Nicholson gorges on all the foods his granny enjoyed... and has never felt better | Mail Online[/url]
"mom i'm becoming a vegetarian because animals don't eat other animals just like this movie said!"