i remember hearing someone argue that vegetarianism is bad because a certain man who was largely responsible for wwii was vegetarian.
so, here’s my plan.
this guy also had a mustache.
mustaches are unholy, and must be eliminated, because one of the greatest monsters in history had one.
we should make a petition to eliminate mustaches forever, giving a huge fine and jail time to anyone who wears a mustache, real or fake, or possesses any likeness to a mustache, or anything that mentions a mustache.
say goodbye to the pringle’s man, mr. monopoly, and, yes, even nugget’s likeness in super chick sisters ( http://www.mccruelty.com/SuperChickSisters.aspx ), because they are unwholesome and evil.
WHO’S WITH ME?
Seriously though… the evidence indicates that he either stopped eating meat for a very short period of time, or not at all.
The most accepted conclusion (amongst people with brains) is that the mention of him adhering to a vegetarian diet was some of the ‘abstinence propaganda’ intended to contribute to the concept that he was no ordinary mortal man, but rather a very special, powerful being.
In addition to that, here’s two other ramblings:
1. Many people adhere to a vegetarian diet for selfish reasons (no ethics concerns in mind) and that could very well have been the case.
2. Regardless of whether or not he abstained from meat at some point, the fact remains that he ate meat for the vast majority of his life. So, if someone has their heart set on associating a diet with his actions, it would actually be more fitting to point out the thousands of pounds of flesh that he ate during his lifetime.
One could even argue that he would have killed twice as many people had it not been for the positive effects of his brief rendezvous with vegetarianism.
Hey peeps, let’s not hate on mustaches! Many great people have mustaches and we don’t want to discriminate against our animal loving friends with ‘stach3s! I’m not sure if you are joking but people should still have their rights to grow their own facial hair. Lol