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I’d have a hell of a lot more appreciation for that cute cow photoset if it didn’t come from this blog:

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…and yeah; white girl with one of those disingenuous kill counters in her sidebar, too.

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I know that on any day that includes a down cow, if Mercy for Animals was undercover on our dairy farm, they could make a video and post it on YouTube and it would convince millions of people that I am an animal abuser in just a few short moments. On a good day, after giving it our all the cow gets up. She is sullen, scared and probably hates us but she is alive. The video would never show that. That part doesn’t fit what they want to tell you.

Mercy for Animals, PETA, Compassion Over Killing and other animal rights groups like to include video footage of these kinds of situations to try and turn people against me and my industry. Yes, some videos also show true abuse and I absolutely do not condone animal abuse. I am NOT making excuses for abusers. They deserve to rot. But I hope the next time another one of these abuse videos comes out that shows a down cow situation people take a little longer to think about what they saw and how they would handle that kind of situation.

I love my cows and that means sometimes I have to be mean to them.

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Question"you disagree with my feeble opinion! clearly YOU'RE a troll!" Answer
Anonymous Asked
QuestionThis seriously must be a troll blog Answer

Nope.

-Sgt XIII

QuestionCare2 is legit on some counts; however, their "real food" section seems to have been essentially hijacked by vegans. Answer
Anonymous Asked
QuestionI get emails from Care2 for some reason, and among the list sent to me recently was a petition to stop some food company selling rabbit meat, in no small part because people keep them as pets. Article: 'Here's what's wrong with Whole Food's plan to sell "humane" rabbit meat', I can't send a link in this ask. So, anyway, I count it as speciesism. People keeping hens, lambs, all sorts of other animals people eat regularly don't act violently toward their pets. Idiots. I don't even Answer

I hereby forbid anyone to step on rocks. People have pet rocks and it’s not right to exploit things that people have as pets.

-Sgt XIII

But if you think that being vegan somehow magically makes you less homophobic, surprise! That actually makes you more homophobic.

Why, you may ask? Because you think that (allegedly) treating animals better means you treat gay people better. See the connection?

The same applies to racism, sexism, and pretty much anything involving marginalized people.

-Sgt XIII

Anonymous Asked
QuestionAlso, I'm on mobile so I can't link, but I believe erinred posted it :). Answer

I can’t find the post you’re referring to. Next time you refer to something shitty a vegan said, a confirmed source would be good. I can’t sit here chasing down posts that might not even exist.

-Sgt XIII

I suppose this will come in handy if you ever find yourself arguing with a strawman.

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If that’s how it is, then the same applies to “mmmm compassion”.

-Sgt XIII

Anonymous Asked
QuestionJust saw a post that compared veganism to POC, 'homosexuals', and women, because asking them to respect our choice to eat meat is exactly the same as marginalized groups asking respect from their oppressors. As a member of 2 of those communities, vegans have lost a lot more respect from me. Answer

I’m confused regarding why you wrote that as ‘homosexuals’. Do you mean the mythical homos? *gasp*

Regardless, it’s just another reason for us to hate them. If you could maybe link that to us that would be cool. I’d at least like to see it.

-Sgt XIII