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MilwaukeeProfAt some point it became a sort of entertainment to check if the "suspicious" label and warning were still there or if he had been officially removed yet, caught in his stupid bid to defraud.
"Oh, don't you think we can get acquainted?" wrote Fake "Kennywithlove." Nope!
MilwaukeeProfGosh, talk about clueless!
I just learned a was "viewed" by someone here. In opening his profile, I found a photo of someone posing with some poor, suffering crustacean he had caught.
TvegDid he claim to be vegan, or just vegetarian? Being a vegetarian doesn't imply a higher level of ethics. Being vegan does. I've found people who claim to be "health based" vegans to be some of the most self centered people! If there is no ethical sentiment, someone is NOT a vegan! I only recently found out plant based does not imply vegan, it just implies the majority of the diet is non-animal, I had assumed plant based meant non-ethical vegan (intentional play on words). On a side note, I recently read a survey in which over 60% who claimed to be vegetarian on a previous survey had eaten meat in the last week or two!
MilwaukeeProfYou know, I 'm not sure. When I saw the big fool with the corpse dangling from his hand, I just went "no way" and blocked him. New member and probably yet another idiot scammer anyway.
How very disappointing that those you read about claimed to vegetarian while still eating animals. We once had a family friend whose teenage daughter was like that. She was "totally vegetarian" while still eating ground cow burgers whenever one was placed in front of her.
I think people will grab any label that either helps them sell more product or makes them feel special even if that label is one that they have not genuinely earned. Yeah, sure, pal, and I weight 120 pounds, regularly climb mountains and run marathons while being tall. Right.
atmaramaThis Vedic legend ties into the Mahabharata and the Bhagavad Gita is the conclusion of the Mahabharata.
The yogi was Maṇḍūka Muni. He complained to the "god" Yamaraja. Yamaraja explained to him that he killed an Ant with a straw. Children sometimes have trouble understanding right from wrong and so may torture an insect like a toy. Later in life the Muni was threatened with spears by soldiers of the king. At the last minute his execution was called off.
Maṇḍūka Muni then cursed Yamaraja to take birth as a "Sudra" which is something like servant to upper classes.
The belief of not hurting even an insect is present with certain modern beliefs such as the Jains. The original Vedic tradition gets into not hurting insects with the highest order of Spiritual leadership.