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Stormsmith wrote:...I've never seen a dog threaten a person,...

Either you are being obtuse here, or you don't get out much.
Dogs contaminate public spaces by intimidating 'strangers.'
Parks are for strangers, not for intimidating them.

AFAIK wrote:Babies are slaves because they're not human adults.
Children are slaves because they're not human adults.
Retards are slaves because they're not human adults.

In all of those cases, you are talking about members of our own species who require the care of their same species.

Dogs are a made-up species that has no survival skills, that was invented to protect private property, and to give the socially-inept a reliable (because totally dependent) friend.

You could do the same thing with humans by forcing docile dummies to procreate with each other incestuously, and they you would create a new 'species' of hard-working and clueless human slaves.

MK-Ultra was on that program, but Doggie-Ultra had already been there.
#15062992
QatzelOk wrote:Either you are being obtuse here, or you don't get out much.
Dogs contaminate public spaces by intimidating 'strangers.'
Parks are for strangers, not for intimidating them.

For strangers??
You need to get a grip on reality, sunshine.
#15062994
Remember, dogs can be good for the environment because they are edible.

Technically, we do not often eat dogs in Thailand but this does not mean that we can't round them up and sell them as meat to neighboring countries whose people prefer dog meat, such as Vietnam or China.
#15062996
:roll: Puh-lease. Even in Thailand they don't eat dogs anymore, except in the most backwards villages, and even then, rarely.
#15063076
Godstud wrote::roll: Puh-lease. Even in Thailand they don't eat dogs anymore, except in the most backwards villages, and even then, rarely.


I was in the Philippines back in the early 1980's.

Along the road between Olangapo and Subic City you would find guys with hibachi grills, cooking meat of various (and perhaps dubious) origin. The rumors were that it was dog, cat, monkey; whatever. I don't know what it was, but it was pretty damn good.
#15063078
Thai Traditionalist wrote:Remember, dogs can be good for the environment because they are edible.

Technically, we do not often eat dogs in Thailand but this does not mean that we can't round them up and sell them as meat to neighboring countries whose people prefer dog meat, such as Vietnam or China.

If you decide to use your slaves- of whatever species- for meat, you need to isolate them in small pens, deny them opportunities for exercice, and shoot them up with drugs to alter their physical development.

Pigs are more intelligent than dogs, so if you stop eating pork, you might actually be improving your relationship with nature by switching to canine meat.
#15063209
QatzelOk wrote:
Pigs are more intelligent than dogs, so if you stop eating pork, you might actually be improving your relationship with nature by switching to canine meat.


Dogs damage the planet and pigs don't??
#15063212
No one is damaging the planet. The planet is a molten rock with a mass of 5.972 × 10^24 kg (which is a lot) covered with a thin scum of biomatter which has been zipping through space at 30 km/s for four and half billion years. In that time it has endured smacks at speed from other celestial bodies, it has been hosed in lethal gamma radiation and much else besides. You are all literally pond scum and utterly inconsequential so just get over yourselves.
#15063218
SolarCross wrote:No one is damaging the planet. The planet is a molten rock with a mass of 5.972 × 10^24 kg (which is a lot) covered with a thin scum of biomatter which has been zipping through space at 30 km/s for four and half billion years. In that time it has endured smacks at speed from other celestial bodies, it has been hosed in lethal gamma radiation and much else besides. You are all literally pond scum and utterly inconsequential so just get over yourselves.

Interesting, and irrelevant, comparison between the animate and inanimate.
#15063267
SolarCross wrote:My point is that we are fleas fretting that our hops are damaging the mountain.


Are you claiming that the effects we are having on the biosphere are inconsequential?
#15063272
Pants-of-dog wrote:Are you claiming that the effects we are having on the biosphere are inconsequential?

If I step on an ant, that is absolutely consequential to the ant in question. The planet is fine with it though.
#15063275
SolarCross wrote:If I step on an ant, that is absolutely consequential to the ant in question. The planet is fine with it though.


Sure.

Are you claiming that the effects we are having on the biosphere are inconsequential?
#15063296
@Pants-of-dog
SolarCross wrote:No one is damaging the planet. The planet is a molten rock with a mass of 5.972 × 10^24 kg (which is a lot) covered with a thin scum of biomatter which has been zipping through space at 30 km/s for four and half billion years. In that time it has endured smacks at speed from other celestial bodies, it has been hosed in lethal gamma radiation and much else besides. You are all literally pond scum and utterly inconsequential so just get over yourselves.
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