April 4, 2002
Who made it trendy to attempt to forcibly extract the essential carnivorous nature of human beings benefiting of dietary alternatives to what has kept the species alive for some four million years? Be they pet or potential meal, even the lesser species subsist to bite into flesh for survival. Reasons for the desire for culinary change of these sorts range from preexisting reactions to the human body to a personal and emotional bond with life they have made abstract to include anything with flesh, hair, and similar but different anatomical order. Had early humans been vegetarians, they'd be animal food.