Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Big Lips

When I saw this, I immediately think of this below:

Its available in Japan, and its not for what you think.

Yes, its not even for "Pacific Rim", if you know what I mean.

No, they are not blow job lips.

-- Iron bowl.

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Do Vegans or Vegetarians Lie More?

For those who choose to eat vegetables and claim that they do not want to eat meat because they don't like to "harm animals"; well, take a good look at the cute little mice above. And yes, if you are a Vegan or Vegetarian, these super cute mice are killed all the time to grow your vegetables.

Counterintuitive as it seems, vegetarians who don't eat meat because they consider it cruel could cause more harm to animals than actual meat production does.

Some vegans and vegetarians, not all, are kind of inclined to say, ‘Our diets are more ethical than your diets if you are an omnivore’.

Nobody is a pure carnivore, that I know, but I do have friends who definitely prefer meat, but they still do take in some greens.

Ten thousand years ago in the Near East when agriculture started, so too did the beginning of disasters for global biodiversity. We swept natural diversity aside on all continents to plant just a few species that we valued. In the mere act of producing lots of vegetarian food you are killing many animals.

In producing grains, these mice are massacred in the millions in the most cruel way possible, and what's worse, they are not consumed, and simply wasted and destroyed. This is all for growing grains, which mainly go on to feed the people who eat grains, and much less going to feed cattle.

How many mice are massacred for each bowl of rice or for each loaf of bread you may wonder... And How many cows are killed for that juicy steak? Well, the answer is 1 cow produces so much meat (like 500 Ibs) and how much meat can you consume in a day?

Come on, the keyword is always "moderation", do not eat too much meat or vegetable and have a balanced diet.

*The yield for a laying hen over its lifetime is actually about 550 eggs, but I’ve divided it by two because approximately one male chick is killed for each laying hen.

Chicken eaters are also blamed for their high death count. According to this article, "Why being vegetarian can kill more animals than eating meat"

You can see how many lives are consuming in your daily diet, excluding the mice you kill in growing the vegetables and grains


So lets not talk about the lives lost now, lets focus on environmental concerns. "Eating cows give you a high carbon footprint?"

Read this: "The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice, and Sustainability"

The truth is that agriculture is a relentless assault against the planet, and more of the same won’t save us. In service to annual grains, humans have devastated prairies and forests, driven countless species extinct, altered the climate, and destroyed the topsoil—the basis of life itself.

Just look at the annual haze problem in Indonesia -- yes, this is caused by humans burning down land for agriculture. Be it growing vegetables, palm trees or grains, this practice is obviously more harmful than having a pig farm.

In Singapore, most of the meat come from Australia. And in Australia, most cattle feed solely on pasture. This is usually rangelands, which constitute about 70% of the continent.

Grazing occurs on primarily native ecosystems. These have and maintain far higher levels of native biodiversity than croplands. The rangelands can’t be used to produce crops, so production of meat here doesn’t limit production of plant foods.

Grazing is the only way humans can get substantial nutrients from 70% of the continent. In some cases rangelands have been substantially altered to increase the percentage of stock-friendly plants. Grazing can also cause significant damage such as soil loss and erosion. But it doesn’t result in the native ecosystem “getting wiped out” which is required to grow crops.

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Don't forget to learn more about the mice plague that happen every 4 years in Australia (any definitely other parts of the world) when you focus on growing crops.


Next Vegans may also want to tell you that eating vegetables is healthier.

Read this article. "The myths of vegetarianism"

Vegetarianism and veganism, despite claims made by adherents, are neither healthy nor natural diets. Indeed, only in the 20th century, with the advent of vitamin pills and supplements, has it been possible to follow a strictly vegan diet without dying of malnutrition. Contrary to popular myth, a diet with a very low fat and cholesterol content is extremely dangerous, and meat and dairy products are not the main cause of heart disease and cancer - which are practically unknown in traditional meat-eating societies.

Meat eaters have higher rates of heart and kidney disease, cancer, obesity, and osteoporosis than vegetarians

Such stupendous claims are hard to reconcile with historical and anthropological facts. All of the diseases mentioned are primarily twentieth century occurrences, yet people have been eating meat and animal fat for thousands of years. Furthermore, several native peoples around the world (including the Innu and the Maasai) have traditional diets very rich in animal products, but do not suffer from the above-mentioned maladies.
Several studies have supposedly shown that meat consumption is the cause of heart disease, cancer and bone loss, but such studies, honestly evaluated, show no such thing. For example, studies supposedly proving that meat consumption among the Innu caused high rates of osteoporosis failed to note other dietary factors that contribute to bone loss - refined sugar consumption, alcoholism and a junk food diet, for example. More careful and unbiased researchers who examined Innu, who followed their traditional diet and avoided the alcohol, sugar, and ice cream of their 'modernised' relatives, showed no incidence of bone loss.

It is usually claimed, too, that vegetarians and vegans have lower cancer rates than meat eaters, but a 1994 study of California Seventh Day Adventists (who are largely vegetarian) showed that, while they did have lower rates of some cancers (e.g. breast), they had significantly higher rates of several others (brain, skin, uterine, cervical and ovarian).


I have many friends who have cancer, but some of them do not smoke, drink or even eat meat. I have friend who are on Adkins diet for more than 10 years and they are in their fittest form in their lives.

Saturated fats cause heart disease and cancer, and low-fat, low-cholesterol diets are healthier

As noted above, diets of native peoples the world over are rich in saturated fats, and heart disease and cancer are primarily modern diseases. Saturated fat consumption, therefore, cannot logically cause these diseases. As with the poorly-done studies of the Innu, modern day researchers fail to take into account other dietary factors of people who have heart disease and cancer. As a result, the harmful effects of refined sugar and vegetable oil consumption get mixed up with animal fat consumption.
A recent study of thousands of Swedish women showed no correlation between saturated fat consumption and increased risk of breast cancer. The study did show, however, a strong link between vegetable oil intake and higher breast cancer rates. The famous 'Framingham Heart Study' carried out in Massachusetts, USA, is often cited as proof that dietary cholesterol and saturated fat intake cause heart disease and ill health. Involving about 6,000 people, the study compared two groups over several years at five-year intervals. One group consumed little cholesterol and saturated fat, while the other consumed high amounts. Yet Dr. William Castelli, the study's director, is quoted in the Archives of Internal Medicine (July 1992) as saying,
"In Framingham, Massachusetts, the more saturated fat one ate, the more cholesterol one ate, the more calories one ate, the lower the person's serum cholesterol... we found that the people who ate the most cholesterol, ate the most saturated fat, ate the most calories, weighed the least and were the most physically active."
It is true that the study showed that those who weighed more and had higher serum cholesterol levels were more at risk for heart disease; but weight gain and cholesterol levels had an inverse correlation with dietary fat and cholesterol intake.
In a similar vein, the US Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial compared the mortality rates and eating habits of 12,000+ men. Those who ate less saturated fat and cholesterol showed a slightly reduced rate of coronary heart disease (CHD), but had an overall mortality rate much higher than the other men in the study. The few studies that indicate a correlation between saturated fat reduction and a lower CRD rate also clearly document a sizeable increase in deaths from cancer, suicide, violence and brain haemorrhage.
Conversely, there are many health benefits to saturated fats, depending on the fat in question. Coconut oil, for example, is rich in lauric acid, a potent anti-fungal and anti-microbial substance. Coconut also contains appreciable amounts of caprylic acid, also an effective anti-fungal. In general, saturated fats provide a good energy source for the vital organs, protect arteries against damage by the atherogenic lipoprotein (a), are rich in fat-soluble vitamins, help raise RDL levels in the blood, and make possible the utilisation of essential fatty acids.


If you remember your old science exams, definition of a carnivore, omnivore and herbivore, you will remember that man is an omnivore. We are built to eat plants and meat. Just look at your teeth, your canine teeth are used to tear meat. You do not have round teeth to grind only vegetables. If you do, perhaps it is a disease you suffer from consuming too much vegetables.


I am not saying that eating meat is better than not eating meat... Oh, yes I'm saying that. I'm going to have a freaking bacon wrapped steak now. No body is forcing you to eat meat, so don't force people not to eat meat.

Stop your lies about the environment or health concerns, or even killing less creatures with a face, and remember, your FUCKING grains kill millions if not billions of mice every 4 years.


For those Vegans who suck dicks for protein, I have 3 words, "Good for you."

-- Iron Bowl