dlowan, in light of this new PC A2K, I've been very careful to not project, assume or outright accuse.
If you want to take it that way, fine.
Without describing convolvuted situations that carefully omit any mention of a particular person who has posted, it's enevitable that someones view would be mentioned.
I'm not going to sit here and try to figure out how each word I type should be expressed to as not to potentially step on someone's toes. What you said and I followed up on could have been said by any number of people, you just happened to be the one who said it.
comment: There's been literally dozens of times that you dlowan have said things that have very much offended me, but, knowing you're on of the golden people here, I knew there'd be no sense addressing it. I will continue not to address it when you offend me, since as everyone knows, you can do no wrong. And that's all I have to say about that.
In other words, get over yourself.....do ozzies "do" "get over yourself?"
Getting back to the topic....
Since this thread began, I realized I needed to put my actions in alignment with my words....it's been interesting.
Actually, I've found I've become less interested in food in general, unless I'm actually feeling physical hunger.
I think it's because I've decided not to take the easy way out whenever I even have an appetite, and grab some quick, conveninet meat.
Honestly? Each time I think about eating, and choices run through my head, I'm surprised at how unimportant meat seems. When it has crossed my mind, I think about being the one standing over the animal and killing it, watching it die, and that's more than enough to stop that thought.
It is difficult to force oneself to ask the questions we've always taken for granted. I think this is what it's all about for me.
Not the meat in particular, but what else have we conveniently not asked ourselves because dong so would be hard?