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Well actually .. I don't think it is really about agreeing.
It is a fact that most of the food you buy in the supermarket is not good for you, as it contains a lot of stuff, that in great amounts are considered deadly poison.
A lot of people know this, but don't really care, and a lot of people just like to ignore it. And I can understand that - living a vegan lifestyle is tough. Most of the things normal people eat is off my diet, I have to make my own meals, when my family sits down to eat theirs.
But are you aware of how gross the eggs you find in the supermarkets are?
I mean - they are not better, if that's what you think.
They might look okay, but they are sprayed with a bunch of disgusting hormones and stuff like that. .. ugh .. just the thought of it makes me puke. I am vegan, so I don't touch supermarket eggs, nor farm eggs. But farm eggs don't creep me out.
Oh you would consider them young chickens - so now all of a sudden the ''opinions'' do count, and not just facts?
Cause in the other debate you were unwilling to discuss my opinions. I guess as long as the opinions aren't the same as yours, you aren't willing to comment - but whatever.
But, I really want to ask, and this has nothing to do with the topic, but you said this, I quote:
Thankfully, that's a very rare occurrence when you get your eggs in most grocery stores.
Why did you use the word ''thankfully'' - are you thankful for that the only eggs we can get nowdays are the disgusting eggs you find at the supermarket?
Just like chicken, we spend our life in our mothers womb in an egg type thing.
If you take an egg from a chicken, you will see that inside that egg is not a chicken (unless of course, the egg is at an age where there is a chicken inside), there is only particles that are about to create a chicken, it has yet to become a chicken.
To consider fetuses as human beings, is like considering eggs as chicken, and caviar as fish.