Popeyes Chicken Sandwich

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  1. JazzGal

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    I'm a terrible human being. I'll admit it. No shaming needed.

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  2. NAOS

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    Shame can go beyond admission. It can result in a change of behavior.
     
  3. RandyForRubio

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    Taste good tho!
     
  4. bigb

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    So you only eat wild beef and wild caught fish? Or drink milk from wild cows?


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  5. NAOS

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    There’s such a thing as humane farming you tard.
     
  6. bigb

    bigb Free at last!!! Contributor

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    If my kids ever end up like you, I'll save society from them. I wish someone would save us from you.
     
  7. NAOS

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    Are you saying that you’d kill or incapacitate your children if they ended up with brain cells? Cuz that’s exactly what it sounds like you’re saying.

    Tell me honestly: did you have no idea there were more options than wild caught game or industrially farmed meat?

    You’d have to forgive me if I thought you were trolling for a “tard-level” response on that one. Bro.
     
  8. Stoked

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    I like my shame deep fried and dipped in mashed potatoes and gravy.
     
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  9. Stoked

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    Honest question.

    Has such farming been successfully done on a major scale? The kind needed by major food/grocery chains?
     
  10. NAOS

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    Do you need every chicken sandwich you eat?
     
  11. Stoked

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    I’ll take your avoidance of answering my question as a no.

    Also this stretches far beyond chicken as already alluded to. If there is no large scale farming versions this would require massive change on what and how Americans eat. Good luck with that fight.
     
  12. NAOS

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    Ill take your avoidance of answering my question as evidence that you haven’t stopped to consider just how rapidly what and how Americans have been eating has changed. Like, stupendously over just the past 50 years. Don’t act like we are self-generating our own diets and preferences.

    America has a huge diet problem. It’s unhealthy and unsustainable....
     
  13. Stoked

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    You can take it however you want. Until mass factory farms are no longer the most economically viable way to supply the meat demand they are here to stay. Hell, Americans set a record for meat consumption per average last year. And factory farm grown animals has boomed as a result.

    All this rapid change not withstanding.

    Also, yes, sometimes I do need that damn chicken sandwich. But I prefer a nice thick chicken strip with mashed potatoes and gravy for a dip.
     
  14. NAOS

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    That’s not a need. This is the classic confusion of want and need.

    And, per usual, you’ve dropped a critical dimension of what I’m arguing. This time, it’s sustainability (and, by extension, the large-scale imposition of animal misery). If you think Americans should just blithely continue indulging their wants as if they are needs at the expense of sustainability and the feeling of sentient creatures, then what does that make you?

    Take a look at america’s healthcare problem. The vast majority of costs are going to metabolic problems that are resulting from people eating like ****. Period.
     
  15. Gameface

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    I like my soylent green cold and wet. Because I hate nice things and eating it that way shows people just how determined I am to be a miserable jackass.
     
  16. NAOS

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    Fact: Poor diet is the leading cause of mortality in the United States.
     
  17. Stoked

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    I didn’t miss it, I ignored it as I took your initial response as intellectually dishonest. And as such not worthy of real discussion. Perhaps I was wrong. It’s happened before lol

    Also, there is a MASSIVE (x Infinity) difference between what I think Americans should do and what I think they will do.

    If you cannot see that what does that make you?

    So again, has it successfully been done? I’m genuinely curious and figured that your passion for this issue would mean you’re more informed than me.
     
  18. Rubashov

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    Given the choice the chicken would probably prefer i had a salad...
     
  19. NAOS

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    More humane versions of farming than the current industrial model were successful in raising successive generations of humans for thousands of years.

    Here we are, Stoked, in a place you seem to end up in so often. Where you just don’t feel like your point is getting across. So tell me, what’s your point here? And while you’re at it, why don’t you also explain what you thought I was being intellectually dishonest about.
     
  20. NAOS

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    Go to Texas.... try to find a salad on any menu that doesn’t have meat on it. Chicken being the most popular option. Texas is the worst for this, but the rest of the country isn’t that different.
     

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