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News :: Environment
Growings Numbers Of Indian Apt Bldgs For Vegetarians Only
21 Mar 2014
There are several reasons for the growing number of
Indian apartment buildings going totally vegetarian
response to human chauvinism
Mammals love and nurse their young
This poster had great resistance to the first vegetarian I met. I rationalized that he was arrogant. But in time his compassion and intellect won me over.

For many years now, there has been a growing movement in Indian apartment buildings to accept only vegetarians.

Why? Some of many reasons:

Many states in India have banned cow flesh. Indeed even the world's biggest cowflesh monger, McDonald's, serves none in India.

The smell of cooking flesh is offensive to those who don't kill animals.

Nonvegetarians cause more grease fires.

Nonvegetarians have more communicable diseases.

"Knock Knock. Who's There? Sam and Ella. Sam and Ella Who? Salmonella food poisoning.

The smell of cooking flesh is actually a group of molecules which can enter the nostrils of nonvegetarians.

Vegetarians have a lower crime rate. One reason for this
is the absence of adrenaline in the diet. Only some of the enzyme links of adrenaline are broken in cooking. Enough remain intact to recreate in the consumer the biochemical of terror
and anger in the animal being murdered.

The smell of cooking flesh is actually a group of molecules which can enter the nostrils of nonvegetarians.


The knock knock joke is from a tv program called St. Elsewhere.
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