I've no idea what a "ballistic co-efficient" is, I also had no idea Uncle Ted peed tannenite (whatever that is) but I do know that this is the best half hour you'll spend this weekend
Not for the PC or the faint-hearted but Ted is on brilliant form.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ceVVABI … r_embedded
watched a bit....it's a bit much!....praise guns & ammo use for 'good and evil'?...and 'they're more superior and nicer than those on the other side'?....i'm sure sales of the big dog's ammo will go through the roof.......he uses the word 'superior' quite often from the bit i watched!...i could only take 5 minutes...don't have the 'mind' to watch 1/2 hour of Ted baby....big dog!
He certainly lives in a black and white universe, no shades of grey
Blood thirsty and thrifty Death Merchant is too much of an ugly show business for me. Ted is a kind of guy who would jump on a deer and kill it with his own bare hands and thats the good side of him.
And that action would allow some people to eat, I'm sure you exist on berries and mushrooms.
Most of our diseases come from meat, I'm sure Ted eats more than his share, and maybe a deer in the woods is better than shopping at Saveway.
Then we have our vegans who can look as white as a ghost, and not so healthy. A little bit of meat is OK or sun your mushrooms for a half hour and eat plenty of different kind of beans.
No, most of our diseases do not come from meat.
The head of the U.N.'s Nobel Prize–winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Pachauri on Monday urged people around the world to cut back on meat in order to combat climate change. "Give up meat for one day [per week] at least initially, and decrease it from there, So, that addiction to pork and beef isn't just clogging your arteries; it's flame-broiling the earth, too.
Isn't he the same guy who studied cow farts?
They come from other people. Genetic transmission, as well as airborne, and physical contact.
Dang, I thought I was actually gonna get to watch a dove shoot. I'm a fan of shooting and hunting, but Ted is a bit extreme for me.
I think he's a bit extreme for most folk habee but he's compelling viewing. :-) Sorry if you were misled by the post title. Perhaps we can get Ted on duty at the London Olympics. Do they not release doves at the opening ceremony? That would set the cat amongst the pigeons .... so to speak LOL
That would be fine as long as the birds are eaten. lol. Killing for food - good. Killing for pleasure - bad. I've killed my own food, including deer, squirrels, rabbits, birds, crabs, clams, shrimp, and many, many fish, and I enjoyed being able to harvest my own food. I never did take pleasure in taking any life, however - if that makes sense.
Of course it makes sense :-) I would imagine that animals suffer more in the industrial process of intensive farming and the slaughterhouse than they would by hunters
I totally agree. In fact, I wrote a hub about that! I'll never understand how some folks think hunting is cruel, while they have no problem chowing down on steak and pork chops from the supermarket.
Eat your greens, my mom always told me,
She was right and i grow my own
Sorry, I'm a great fan of dove hunting, but no fan of Ted's!
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