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acebook's billionaire boy genius, Mark Zuckerberg, is a confessed killer – and he's proud of it.
"The only meat I'm eating is from animals I've killed myself," Zuckerberg told Fortune. "So far, this has been a good experience."
Among Zuckerberg's victims have been a lobster, chicken, pig, and goat. The lobster met its maker in a traditional boiling-water death, à la Woddy Allen's Annie Hall. The chicken, pig, and goat got the knife.
Taking a factory raised goat and killing it with a knife just so you can prove you killed it is wrong. It's not anywhere near the same as killing a deer you've hunted.
you pick your own cow and pop him in the head. When you can look the cow in the eye and put the stunner to his forehead and send him to the slaughter, only then do you really deserved a slice of the cow.
It does seem that many people don't appreciate the link between eating meat and killing animals.
[edited by: martinibuster at 2:24 am (utc) on May 27, 2011]
So instead of being the lion, you'd rather be a vulture picking off the scraps of those that actually do the killing, a scavenger and not a killer.
Doesn't he eat everyday. Must be spending a lot of time killing animals.
[edited by: LifeinAsia at 3:49 pm (utc) on May 27, 2011]
Even people who don't consider themselves vegetarians may not eat meat every day, and probably not every single meal.What? There's three opportunities a day to eat meat. I just had myself a cow sandwich actually.
Oh, also pigtails.
Plants are the oxygen producers.
I love eggs, have them routinely for breakfast.