ecafsub t1_j31vtfe wrote

> Doom to those who desire the day of the Lord!

> Why do you want the day of the Lord?

> It is darkness, not light;     

> as if someone fled from a lion,

> and was met by a bear;

> or sought refuge in a house, rested a hand against the wall,

> and was bitten by a snake.

> Isn’t the day of the Lord darkness, not light;

> all dark with no brightness in it?

Amos 5:18-20


ecafsub t1_iy9qxx3 wrote

If my weekly meat consumption is 3 kilos and I eliminate the red meat bringing my weekly consumption down to 2 kilos, then my overall meat consumption is reduced. If I replace that with a kilo of fish or fowl, then overall meat consumption is not reduced. Does the diet say to replace the red with non-red?

Fish and fowl are demonstrably healthier than red meat and are better for you. Increasing non-red meat consumption would be beneficial despite your vegan protestations.


ecafsub t1_iqvibt5 wrote

They are as loyal as they are feisty. My mom owned several in her life and they were amazing dogs.

One she got shortly before I had knee surgery that laid me up for weeks. This little pup would curl up on my chest and fall asleep. Epic bonding. When I eventually left for college, he slept in my room almost exclusively.