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Halibut

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  • Birthday 07/06/1967

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    Next to the woods
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    Music,reading,beer,cycling,poetry,walking,current affairs,fish,food and lots of other stuff too
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  1. Sure. You can't have large scale meat production without cruelty to animals. If you really care about animals, don't eat them.
  2. It's self evident. Most sexual abuse occurs within families, most is committed by men, the overwhelming majority of families are white in the UK, therefore the majority of sexual abuse is committed by white men.
  3. That sounds a great deal like you support white nationalism. Perhaps you'd like to take the opportunity to dispel that perception?
  4. No, you didn't make it clear enough- it looked like you were making excuses for a white nationalist scumbag. A bit like when Trump said there were 'great people on both sides' when a Nazi scummer murdered a woman who rejected hate.
  5. So essentially you're giving a white nationalist Hitler loving scumbag a free pass because he's good at baseball? Nice job.
  6. If anyone is really committed to minimising animal cruelty they'd just stop eating animals - anything short of that is just arguing about the minutiae.
  7. Can you describe the circumstances where you feel animal cruelty is necessary?
  8. That's a completely pathetic attempt to defend the indefensible. No logic, no reason. Well done you.
  9. I wish I knew the answer. Maybe things have to get worse before they get better.
  10. By vigorously challenging it whenever it presents itself.
  11. Of course I can - one doesn't need to use dehumanising language to do that. Although referring to people as cockroaches, vermin, rats etc is often indicative of a truly abhorrent, hate filled mentality, I don't think it should be banned. Mostly because I think banning things is a bad idea in general, with some exceptions.
  12. Obama, from the article linked to above - “We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred and normalizes racist sentiment," he said. "Leaders who demonize those who don't look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as sub-human, or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people." You can't even conceive that Trump could utter such a complex sentence without ballsing it up, not to mention the rejection of white nationalism and hate-mongery.
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