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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Thanksgiving Turkey Revenge

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hilarious! I would use my size 13 Nike's to punt that bird into the nearest turkey fryer.

Anonymous said...

did you know Bernie, there is one thing a bird can do that you can't do? "It can eat with it's PECKER." Have a nice Thanksgiving Bernie.

Anonymous said...

As A vegetarian I will be eating a tofu version of Turkey. It is delicious. Lose weight and live longer as a vegan.

Anonymous said...

Tofurkey tastes like the devil's dickcheese. who'd wanna live longer, eating that garbage?

Anonymous said...

It reminds me of being stalked by mezzacrazy

Abouna alex said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and all your followers!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey meat eaters your colon will one day turn on you. Happy vegan Thanksgiving.

Anonymous said...

Bernie Bernie,
Just had a visual, of awhite huggy bear and this sam being chased down the streets of NY city because, turkey's lives matter and what heck the turkey is a paying customer that wanted a refund because he felt cheated?
Shebo
Just sitting here waiting to be served!

Anonymous said...

Classy comment from a plant eater. Go forage in the woods for your bark and acorns. Maybe you will run into a carnivore that is less choosy about what it eats.

Anonymous said...

The majestic Turkey or "potohamni" as it is called in my ancestors native tongue has been disgraced through genetic modification and industrial livestock practices. It is time to leave the DAPL brothers and sisters with the noble goal of freeing the remaining stock in hopes that our colonizers reform their wicked ways.

Royalties should be paid to the First Nations peoples who's ancestors raised and bred the earliest varieties which are now being exploited by rich hipster urbanistas and foodies as heirloom turkeys.

Blue Badger

Anonymous said...

I must say that a nicely prepared tofu kabob with tasty ginger and spiced dill dipping sauces will get you off of meat in a minute. On Thanksgiving we should think about the needless slaughter of millions of turkeys just to sate appetites that are vestiges of a past era. We no longer need to kill other animals to live.

Anonymous said...

Those animals would not exist if not to be consumed. So what is your point? I have had tofu kabobs. Would rather eat insulation than that crap again.

Anonymous said...

It is sad that in this day and age we still breed to slaughter an animal. To be truly enlightened is to be a vegetarian. It will be a great day when enlightenment comes to humanity and we realize that we share the earth with other animals. Only those with Neanderthal tendencies still demand animal butchery to satisfy their prehistoric palate.
Most are no doubt the types that support Trump and his ilk. To a vegetarian is to understand and live life on a higher level.

Bernie O'Hare said...

This person is a troll.

Anonymous said...

Troll or not Bernie, the post does make sense.

Anonymous said...

Enlightened vegetarian - animals evolved to eat other animals. It is you, a backward planteater who is on the low level of the evolutionary chain. So take a deep breath and do yourself a favor by joining 90% of the human race that enjoys consuming meat.

Bernie O'Hare said...

If someone wants to go vegan, that's fine by me, as is a paleo diet or just a normal diet. The evidence is that it doesn't make a difference in life expectancy. What I resent are people who get militant about this sort of thing, although the supposed vegetarian advocate is just a troll who probably had hamburgers for dinner.

We are omnivores. My own experience is that, during times of heavy exercise (yes, I used to be a marathoner and ran road races for a few years), my diet was very low in meat. I had no desire for it except about once every month. I definitely needed the animal protein, but only rarely. I think everyone should do what suits him or her, and should refrain from imposing their lifestyles on others.

I know guys who were strict vegans. I know others who ate what they wanted. The only time animal protein got to me was after a road race many years ago, where I gobbled a bagel without realizing three hornets were crawling on it. They got me good. Couldn't talk the rst of the day, which delighted everyone.

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Bernie O'Hare said...

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