• Inconsistency from non-vegans

    Profile photo of meatmeanzmurder

    Over a year ago

    Amazing how non-vegans who are 99% inconsistent when it comes to ethics will try to find the .01% inconsistency of a vegan and use it to irratonally justify their full-blown, intentional, violent actions. Example: “Those car tyres you’re using contain stearic acid, so I’m going to eat 4 steaks tonight, then shop for a new fur coat…What’s that? There’s no vegan tyres on the market? Well, then you should be walking 35 miles each way to work…I’ll wave as I drive by in my new SUV that gets 8 MPG.”

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  • Profile photo of latias

    Over a year ago

    I know, right? It’s awful.
    People love pointing out the faults of others, but when it comes to their own…
    A little less than willing to jump on the bandwagon.
    Not saying vegans are perfect by any means, but…
    It is quite irritating.

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  • Profile photo of AlleyC

    Over a year ago

    There’s an amazing video on this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O46T7GyE4Y&feature=channel&list=UL

    Really, you should watch it. :)

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  • Profile photo of DrunkTrannyMess

    Over a year ago

    Yes, it can be extremely frustrating. The best response is, “I’m attempting to decrease suffering significantly, but unfortunately, I can’t control extenuating factors (e.g. the composition of the road).” Additionally, if they’re religious or political, I find it useful to bring up inconsistencies with their beliefs as a parallel.

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