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Boyd McCollum
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It's interesting, Jesus wasn't worshipping a book, he was living in the world. So on the one hand you have Jesus who would eat with some of the biggest sinners and least religious people of his time - tax collectors, prostitutes, etc. Then you have Gary on the other hand who won't eat a meal with someone eating meat. He's an activist who comes across more as a Vegan Pharisee than a spiritual leader with insight or wisdom.
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popped over to her video after seeing it here. Totally agree with what you said. I gave her some props for being so positive. Thanks for giving her the shout out.

(btw, loved the back story on why you're so energized at 1:30 am lol)
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+Boyd McCollum thanks for watching and commenting,,,im still feelin' good
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What would be an interesting video would be what are the worst anti-meat arguments or pro-Vegan arguments that Vegans make. 

Some of the strongest arguments for Veganism are the health and moral aspects of the modern industrialized food/meat industry.  

Some of the weaker ones are things like "Who cares if some animal products are "healthy"? Would you eat another human being because it may be healthy?" (found in the comments to this video). 

Within the Vegan community (as represented on YT) there is wide divergence on what constitutes a healthy / appropriate vegan diet. Fruitarians versus non fruitarians, raw vs. cooked, starch-based, etc. 

Some of the arguments coming out of those individual vegan communities are in stark contrast to other vegan communities - such as "any cooked food is dead food". 

There's a tendency in vegan arguments to reduce everything to one variable, meat within context of the SAD, as if that is the only health or moral choice available to people who eat meat. I've met very healthy, vibrant and OLD Tibetan monks who eat some meat as part of their diet.
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We live in a weird world. It sounds like you are eating just what you need. But we are so conditioned in everything we do that it's either not enough or it's too much, that we find it hard to accept when things are just right.
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I'm not a fan of BMIs for anything. Very misleading. Most athletes in any kind of sport that requires a bit of strength would be considered obese. You really need to do a full profile of blood and body composition, etc. of someone to really know . "Eye balling" it doesn't work.

Never looked into the vegetarianism of Hitler, that was good to learn.
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That makes sense. It's hard to tell in the video.
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Was Freely Raw to 4 five or six years ago? I thought RT4 was only in the last year or so.
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april fools. Pretty good one, brilliantly done. 

I'm sure the court won't take to kindly if this is your apology though. Recently there was an F1 race in Melbourne, and one of the F1 teams was trying to screw one of it's former drivers. The court in Melbourne backed up a ruling of a court in Switzerland, but even then the team was hemming and hawing and really not complying, until the court was seriously looking at impounding their cars and maybe holding the team principal in contempt. Not so funny then. Aussie courts, they mean business. 
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The high cost of the lifestyle - now there's the 800lb tofurkey in the room.
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+Boyd McCollum ABSOLUTEY,,,and that one big tofurkey
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Great video, very well said. Two thumbs up for sending out positive energy.
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good rant. +100
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great video. Ideology is never compatible with compassion - it doesn't matter what the ideology is. 
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thanks for your kind words

i just copied your second paragraph and will perhaps use it in the description of the video im working on now,,,it is an excellent comment,,,and i do appreciate it
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Hawaiian papayas are the best. 
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