Would vegans maintain their stance if starving to death?
I knew about a guy who decided to become a vegetarian. At the time there was a group of us who did that 'twitching' bird watching thing; which meant you had to eat on the road.
I was told about how he writhed (principles) with hunger as his companions all tucked into some meat contaminated nosh (bacon rolls) one freezing cold day.
Wasn't she the one who was obsessed with sex or at least that was what she always seemed to post about while on the late shift?
Personally, I wouldn't play games with diets like this as a runner.
No matter what the examples have been, the calculations and work required to ensure the necessary proteins and nutrients taken in are massive. Nature doesn't really hold with ideas like this.
Despite the parallels with herbivores, it isn't appreciated how much animal protein is eaten along with the grass and vegetation that sheep and cattle take in.
Your average cow gets it's animal protein from insects, worms, slugs, snails and any number of frogs and newts. Even the odd dead rat or mouse goes the same way.
Hardly surprising though that the daughter went after the contents of the will, when the average sum of money that people are murdered for is £600.
I mean, for how many people is £164,000 a life changing amount?
Here you go.
I expect you'll be waiting some time for a reply.
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