Paperback Writer wrote:Mr FB - so you trust governments and not people, people elect a government, worried about losing power if the truth comes out?
ANGRY wrote:hey, rene...no problem !
it's sad, at best, to see any living creature that can actually type a word come up with even the most lame of excuses for this sort of evilness...but, 'club boy' and his mutant offspring definately are giving stupidity a running dash for the gold medal. first...everybody and their brother is well aware that the only reason to club these pups to death is there is this slight window where their furs are valuable...and this is that yearly moment, so please don't try to blow smoke up my wazoo by saying you need the meat ! you need the fur. and the only way to get it is to club baby seals.
please don't think the rest of the real, intelligent world isn't aware that it is savage greed alone that keeps this practice going...not anything else. when the fields dry up, you move down the road..when the car plant closes, you go open a business, when the intelligent people all point out you are commiting barbaric acts...you ought to have enough dignity and humanity to realize, just like every other sentient being, it might be time...or, in this case, long past time, to consider doing something else.
please don't blow chunks up the stream with this lazy, ignorant, 'gee there just big rats' crap...nobody intelligent buys that crap.
when real, intelligent people realized we shouldn't kill all the whales, we stopped it. ( sad to see some have backslid on this, but sheer alzyness is sheer lazyness !) when we realized we can't cut down all the trees, we slowed down and found other means.
just because you, in your ignorance, can't figure out that you are perpetuating a myth and a lifestyle which glorifies savage killing, please don't delude yourself, or try to delude others, that somehow WE are the ones who are wrong.
if you don't have the chutzpah to at least stand up and say ' yea, i club baby seals purely for profit...mostly 'cause i'm lazy, stoopid and cain't figur nuthin else to do"...at least don't try ands tell us it's all for the greater good.
and, as far as the extremely lame ' gee...there's just so many of them.." kinda line...hey, move away, they won't bother you ! promise ! !
"oh...it's my life ! my family has lived here for generations !"
whooppee ! my grandfathers family lived in ireland for generations...when the famine hit, they left...they didn't club leprechauns or skin taters...because they were honorable and they moved on.
if anyone needs to get over anything, its the sad, demented few, who just don't have what it takes to stand up, and do the right thing.
there is nothing right about clubbing baby seals.
i don't care how long the innuits have done it
i don't care how long your families have done it.
when you are wrong...you are wrong...and this...idiocy...is wrong.
you are perpetuating a myth and a lifestyle which glorifies savage killing
Alta redneck wrote:Seal Recipe
My Dad loved flipper pie and used to be among the first people at the water front in St. John's when the sealing ships arrived from the front. He was a very kind man who would not even kill a bee if it wandered into our home. (He would capture it in a bottle and return it to the outdoors.) To him eating seal meat was not different from eating beef or any other type of meat. Most Newfoundlanders feel the same way. Seal meat is an excellent source of protein and seals are not in danger of extinction.
SHOPPING LIST: baking soda, baking powder, carrots, flippers, flour, margarine, onion, pepper, salt, salt pork, turnip
2 flippers, 1 tbsp. baking soda, 2 tbsp flour, salt, pepper, 1/4 lb. salt pork cut into small cubes, 1 chopped onion, 2 diced carrots, 1 diced turnip.
Pastry: 1/3 cup margarine, 2 cups flour, 2 tsp. baking powder, 1/2 tsp. salt, 2 or 3 tbsp. cold water.
Soak the seal flippers for 1/2 hour in cold water to which 1 tbsp. of baking soda has been added.
The fat will turn white. Remove all the fat.
Mix 2 tbsp. of flour with salt and pepper
Dredge the flippers with the flour mixture.
CooK the salt pork in a fry pan.
Fry the flippers until brown in the rendered salt pork fat.
Add a little water and simmer until partly tender.
Put the flippers in a roaster with the onion and the cubed carrot and turnip, and add 1 cup of water.
Cover and bake at 350F degrees for 2 to 3 hours.
Remove from oven and take flippers from roaster.
Adding 1 1/2 cups of water to the roaster and stir well
Add flour thickening (See recipe at the bottom,) and stir well until thicken to make gravy.
Place the flippers back in the roaster and cover with pastry (See recipe at the bottom.) Bake at 400F for about 25 minutes until pastry is brown.
Take a small jar with a cover.
Place 1/4 cup of cold water in the jar.
On top of the water place 2 tbsp. of flour.
Place the cover on the jar and shake until the mixture is smooth
Add to liquid from meat to make it thicker.
Cut margarine into flour, baking powder, and salt until the mixture resembles bread crumbs.
Sprinkle in water, 1 tbsp. at a time and mix.
Gather the pastry into a ball and place on lightly floured board.
Roll out the pastry to a thickness of about 1/2" to 3/4" and to the correct size to cover the flippers.
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