Monday, July 16, 2007

Climate Change Wanker of the Day #2

Jon Worth is in full sanctimonious vegetarian tosser mode today, as he agonises over environmental problems that just don't exist.
Farmed animals produce an enormous quantity of methane (see this post)...

As opposed to wild animals, whose farts and manure merely produce the beautiful scents of a woodland glade after a light shower of summer rain...
...and I am sure that most of the people eating their steak never think about the amount of damage to the environment they are causing by eating it.

You know, I wasn't aware. But now I shall eat even more meat in order to fend off the immensely damaging global cooling.

I wonder if Jon has considered just how environmentally damaging having children is? Might I suggest a solution?

We should kill all the farmed animals and eat babies instead.

5 comments:

Neal Asher said...

These puritan pricks won't be content until we're all enviro-friendly vegetarian eco-tossers like them. I see the future when the local smuggler isn't just bringing in cigarettes and booze, but beefburgers as well, and when the main source of protein for most will be the slugs on their organically-grown lettuce.

Pogo said...

We should kill all the farmed animals and eat babies instead.

Eat babies!!?? What a vile suggestion! Surely you must know that they taste absolutely disgusting!

Dr Ray said...

Vegetarians produce a lot of methane too. I could heat the house after a lentil curry and brown rice. Perhaps we should eat vegetarians.

Cato, author of www.toryheaven.com said...

Wouldn't surprise me if global cooling becomes the next unassailable view - it was being punted thirty years ago (http://toryheaven.blogspot.com/2007/02/global-cooling.html) so must be due to come round as a theory again.

Its swings and roundabouts with these theories, but woe betide us if we dare to criticise the current fashionable view.

Fophillips said...

You appear to be more correct than is comfortable on your baby eating remark...

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