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Move livestock exist because of demand for pet food



 
 
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Old April 13th 11, 12:56 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,alt.agriculture,sci.agriculture,alt.cats,rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Move livestock exist because of demand for pet food

On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 00:15:36 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
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So what's happening to the choice cuts, Goobs?


LOL...that's one of the most amusing parts. IF! Goo were correct then the
choice cuts would become by-products that *could be* sold off to the human
market. Again just describing what the Goober wants people to believe is
amusing, but Goo STILL can't see it himself even when it's pointed out for him.

Let's think Goo's idea through again for Goo, since he can't do it for
himself. Let's say a herd of cattle are raised for two years only to become pet
food. What kind of cattle? Since the Goober can never say, let's say black angus
for him. So we have a herd of black angus cattle raised for no other reason than
to become pet food, two years old. Shall we send them to the stock yard for Goo
too? Yes, he probably believes they go to be grain fed for a while too so let's
give them three months on grain for Goo. Now it comes time to kill them. Two
year old nice prime angus, raised only to become pet food. Well as you pointed
out there's a lot of choice beef in this herd, but they're getting slaughtered
at a pet food facility where downed livestock, roadkill, and dead horses and
dead cats and dogs are also being processed. Does Goo think they have special
sections in pet food processing plants where it's legal and safe to keep the
choice parts to sell at a *higher* price to the human food market? One way or
another Goo must believe that by-products from livestock raised for pet food
could sell for a higher price than the products themselves, even if he believes
they are not but instead are still just made into pet food.

Goo's absurd ideas are amusing on the surface, and often hilarious when
considered in some detail. Even if the Goober really, honestly, truly believes
there is actually top serloin and other types of choice beef in cans of dog and
cat food, the idea is hilarious to think about.
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Old April 13th 11, 07:59 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,alt.agriculture,sci.agriculture,alt.cats,rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Move livestock exist because of demand for pet food

On Apr 12, 5:56*pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 00:15:36 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
wrote:

So what's happening to the choice cuts, Goobs?


* * LOL...that's one of the most amusing parts. IF! Goo were correct then the
choice cuts would become by-products that *could be* sold off to the human
market. Again just describing what the Goober wants people to believe is
amusing, but Goo STILL can't see it himself even when it's pointed out for him.

* * Let's think Goo's idea through again for Goo, since he can't do it for
himself. Let's say a herd of cattle are raised for two years only to become pet
food. What kind of cattle? Since the Goober can never say, let's say black angus
for him. So we have a herd of black angus cattle raised for no other reason than
to become pet food, two years old. Shall we send them to the stock yard for Goo
too? Yes, he probably believes they go to be grain fed for a while too so let's
give them three months on grain for Goo. Now it comes time to kill them. Two
year old nice prime angus, raised only to become pet food. Well as you pointed
out there's a lot of choice beef in this herd, but they're getting slaughtered
at a pet food facility where downed livestock, roadkill, and dead horses and
dead cats and dogs are also being processed. Does Goo think they have special
sections in pet food processing plants where it's legal and safe to keep the
choice parts to sell at a *higher* price to the human food market? One way or
another Goo must believe that by-products from livestock raised for pet food
could sell for a higher price than the products themselves, even if he believes
they are not but instead are still just made into pet food.

* * Goo's absurd ideas are amusing on the surface, and often hilarious when
considered in some detail. Even if the Goober really, honestly, truly believes
there is actually top serloin and other types of choice beef in cans of dog and
cat food, the idea is hilarious to think about.



LOL!! Goo believes everyone is as stupid as he is that's why he never
thinks anything through. However at some point he must do *some*
thinking of a sort because he always gets into a disagreement with
himself over whatever stupid thing he came up with last.

I notice he can't tell us what happens to the choice cuts of these
cows raised solely for pet food. It will be hilarious if he ever tries.
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Old April 14th 11, 07:31 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,alt.agriculture,sci.agriculture,alt.cats,rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Move livestock exist because of demand for pet food

On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 23:59:39 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
wrote:

On Apr 12, 5:56*pm, [email protected] wrote:
On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 00:15:36 -0700 (PDT), "Mr.Smartypants"
wrote:

So what's happening to the choice cuts, Goobs?


* * LOL...that's one of the most amusing parts. IF! Goo were correct then the
choice cuts would become by-products that *could be* sold off to the human
market. Again just describing what the Goober wants people to believe is
amusing, but Goo STILL can't see it himself even when it's pointed out for him.

* * Let's think Goo's idea through again for Goo, since he can't do it for
himself. Let's say a herd of cattle are raised for two years only to become pet
food. What kind of cattle? Since the Goober can never say, let's say black angus
for him. So we have a herd of black angus cattle raised for no other reason than
to become pet food, two years old. Shall we send them to the stock yard for Goo
too? Yes, he probably believes they go to be grain fed for a while too so let's
give them three months on grain for Goo. Now it comes time to kill them. Two
year old nice prime angus, raised only to become pet food. Well as you pointed
out there's a lot of choice beef in this herd, but they're getting slaughtered
at a pet food facility where downed livestock, roadkill, and dead horses and
dead cats and dogs are also being processed. Does Goo think they have special
sections in pet food processing plants where it's legal and safe to keep the
choice parts to sell at a *higher* price to the human food market? One way or
another Goo must believe that by-products from livestock raised for pet food
could sell for a higher price than the products themselves, even if he believes
they are not but instead are still just made into pet food.

* * Goo's absurd ideas are amusing on the surface, and often hilarious when
considered in some detail. Even if the Goober really, honestly, truly believes
there is actually top serloin and other types of choice beef in cans of dog and
cat food, the idea is hilarious to think about.



LOL!! Goo believes everyone is as stupid as he is that's why he never
thinks anything through. However at some point he must do *some*
thinking of a sort because he always gets into a disagreement with
himself over whatever stupid thing he came up with last.

I notice he can't tell us what happens to the choice cuts of these
cows raised solely for pet food.


Nope. The inept Goober can't even address that one.

It will be hilarious if he ever tries.


He's afraid to. Even Goo has probably figure out that there only would be a
couple of options. One would be to sell them as by-product to the human market.
Another would be to go ahead and use them as pet food even though they could
sell for many more times the price in the human market. What other options are
there, other than to just throw them away or use them for fertilizer or
something? His fear of even addressing this issue suggests that Goo might
finally be catching on to the fact that he has outstupided himself, and very
badly, AGAIN. And for a number of years! And he's STILL doing it...LOL...
 




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