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Family pet was eaten, police told
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette ^ | 6/14/03 | MICHAEL FRAZIER

Posted on 06/18/2003 3:11:07 AM PDT by Buckwheats

Family pet was eaten, police told BY MICHAEL FRAZIER

Posted on Saturday, June 14, 2003

Police were looking for two men Friday in the gruesome killing of a 5-year-old dog that authorities suspect was grilled and eaten.

Capt. Scott Roper of the Jonesboro Police Department would not confirm a police report that indicated a man ate the 50-pound chow, whose paws and other body parts were found simmering on a grill. "How could they be so cruel to an animal that we’ve had since he was a baby," said June Kemp, whose 20-year-old son, Jared, owned the rust-colored chow named Pooh. "It’s been really upsetting to the family."

Jared had attended his grandfather’s funeral a day before police detectives informed the family that the dog had been killed. "They had no right to do that to my dog," Jared Kemp said. "I knew the people who did it. [They] were my socalled friends."

The dog was killed Sunday about 10 p.m. at an apartment complex at 500 W. Elm St.

Authorities are looking for Matthew Harden, 18, and Nick Allison, 20, both of Jonesboro, according to a police report. Neither could be reached Friday.

The case has been handed over to the Craighead County prosecuting attorney’s office. No charges were filed in the case as of late Friday.

The men grew up in the same neighborhood as Jared Kemp, his mother said, adding that her family feels betrayed. "These two boys used to live on the same block," she said. "I don’t know why or how they could do something like this to Jared."

Kemp said her son rushed into her bedroom early Sunday and said Pooh was not in his sleeping pen in the home’s back yard.

She said the dog must have been familiar with his takers because it did not bark. "It looked like the dog went willingly," she said. "We just couldn’t believe when we found out what had happened to the dog."

According to the police report, Harden beat the dog to death with a shovel before he hung it from a ladder to prepare it for cooking. A piece of nylon rope and piles of fur were found at the base of the ladder, Jonesboro police officer Owen Smith wrote in his report.

Justin Spencer, 26, of Jonesboro told police Harden said after he cooked the dog he ate it. Another witness, Ashley Harden, whose relation to Matthew Harden is unknown, also told police that Harden said, "I ate dog," the report said.

Spencer would not comment Friday about the incident.

The macabre case has stirred the Jonesboro community and shaken animal-welfare proponents in Craighead County, said Richard Wang, abuse investigator for Northeast Arkansas Humane Society. "This is an extraordinary incident of animal abuse that’s particularly egregious," Wang said. "I’m really pleased that we haven’t lost our capacity for outrage, and [it is] encouraging the people here are responding to it."

Wang, a political science professor at Arkansas State University, said he handles abuse cases each week, but nothing so severe as Pooh’s killing. However, he said, "this horrible case is just a step away from what I see all the time."

The Humane Society has not been asked to help with the investigation. "I have no idea what we could contribute," Wang said. "The laws are clear, and those people will be brought to justice."

Arkansas’ animal-protection groups say the state’s animal cruelty statute — a Class A misdemeanor — is weak.

In the November 2002 election, animal-welfare activists sponsored a proposed act to toughen penalties for certain acts of animal cruelty, but it was rejected by voters.

The Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation and Arkansas Poultry Federation opposed the act, fearing it would expose farmers to prosecution for everyday agricultural practices.

In a legislative session earlier this year, a bill introduced by Rep. Buddy Blair, D-Fort Smith, would have toughened penalties for torturing dogs and cats.

The bill, which passed the House but died in a Senate committee, would have made animal cruelty a Class D felony punishable by up to six years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Under the current law, a Class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.

June Kemp said the family still was trying to come to terms with the cruel loss of a beloved pet. "I don’t know why or how they could do something like this," she said. Information for this article was contributed by Kenneth Heard and Michael Rowett of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.


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KEYWORDS: barkansaw; chow; dogfood; eaten; grilled; pet
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OK, this isn't funny...but, it is from Arkansas.
1 posted on 06/18/2003 3:11:07 AM PDT by Buckwheats
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To: Buckwheats
Time to racially profile any Chinese in the community.
2 posted on 06/18/2003 3:13:03 AM PDT by johniegrad
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To: Buckwheats
Bill? Hillary? Was that y'all?
3 posted on 06/18/2003 3:20:13 AM PDT by Adder
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To: Buckwheats
How about a little "leg of lab" :)
4 posted on 06/18/2003 3:21:13 AM PDT by unread
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To: unread
Think twice in Jonesboro before you ask, "Where can I get some good chow around here?"
5 posted on 06/18/2003 3:25:37 AM PDT by Buckwheats
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To: unread
"They'n said the dawg was chow: we wuz just fallerin' instrukshuns."
6 posted on 06/18/2003 3:26:14 AM PDT by dasboot (Celebrate UNITY!)
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To: Buckwheats
friends dont eat friends
7 posted on 06/18/2003 3:38:08 AM PDT by Revelation 911 (theres a penguin on the tele)
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To: Buckwheats
"I ate dog."

do they wear shoes in this part of the planet?

8 posted on 06/18/2003 3:42:20 AM PDT by glock rocks (shoot fast. shoot straight. shoot safe. practice. carry. molon labe)
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To: Adder
Now we really know what became of "Buddy".
9 posted on 06/18/2003 4:20:31 AM PDT by Bringbackthedraft
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To: Buckwheats
Arkansas

Another reflection of what results when generations of cousins continually produce children.

10 posted on 06/18/2003 4:31:09 AM PDT by Freebird Forever
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To: unread
LOL!!!!
11 posted on 06/18/2003 4:32:10 AM PDT by Puppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I will defend to your death my right to say it)
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To: Bringbackthedraft
Now we really know what became of "Buddy"

Y'all come on down to Billy Burgers....home of the BUDDY BURGER

12 posted on 06/18/2003 4:33:42 AM PDT by Puppage (You may disagree with what I have to say, but I will defend to your death my right to say it)
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To: Buckwheats
Well, the story does say that the doggie was a "chow".
13 posted on 06/18/2003 4:34:46 AM PDT by Lockbar
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To: Buckwheats
Tastes like chicken.
14 posted on 06/18/2003 4:35:15 AM PDT by Labyrinthos
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To: unread
How about a little "leg of lab"

You owe me a keyboard ;-)

15 posted on 06/18/2003 4:36:21 AM PDT by Principled
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To: Buckwheats
Justin Spencer, 26, of Jonesboro told police Harden said after he cooked the dog he ate it. Another witness, Ashley Harden, whose relation to Matthew Harden is unknown, also told police that Harden said, "I ate dog," the report said.

Isn't Jonesboro, Arkansas where there was a school massacre back in 1998 by and 11-year-old and 13-year-old?

16 posted on 06/18/2003 4:39:24 AM PDT by joan
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To: Principled; Shermy
Shermy, send the perps a copy of Martha Stewart's

"50 Tasty Ways to Wok Your Dog."

17 posted on 06/18/2003 4:39:30 AM PDT by Kenny Bunk
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To: Buckwheats
If somebody cooked my dog and ate it they might find themselves with an apple in their mouth, slow-roasting on a big skewer.
18 posted on 06/18/2003 4:41:40 AM PDT by NittanyLion
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To: joan
I believe so.

Must be something in the water down there....

19 posted on 06/18/2003 4:44:21 AM PDT by Jonah Hex
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To: Buckwheats
"Capt. Scott Roper of the Jonesboro Police Department would not confirm a police report that indicated a man ate the 50-pound chow, whose paws and other body parts were found simmering on a grill."

Hi Sheriff, would you like some of my hotdog?

20 posted on 06/18/2003 4:57:42 AM PDT by TheCrusader
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To: DaughterOfAnIwoJimaVet
Kinda reminiscent of your recent tagline:

I like puppies, but I don't think I could eat a whole one. ~Anonymous

21 posted on 06/18/2003 5:10:41 AM PDT by jigsaw (God Bless Our Troops!)
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To: Buckwheats
They could be related to Bill and/or Roger Clinton.
22 posted on 06/18/2003 5:24:25 AM PDT by FITZ
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To: Buckwheats
Maybe this will start a trend. It sure would make the Vets' lives easier. I am also willing to bet most veterinarians would agree that the elimination of chows would be a positive thing.
23 posted on 06/18/2003 5:31:48 AM PDT by vetvetdoug
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To: Buckwheats
I find this simply horrifying, and cannot bring myself to even see any humor in killing and eating a beloved family member. This is too repulsive for words.
24 posted on 06/18/2003 5:39:18 AM PDT by alwaysconservative (This tag line is optional)
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To: Buckwheats
Satanic.
25 posted on 06/18/2003 5:45:43 AM PDT by ex-Texan (primates capitulards toujours en quete de fromage!)
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To: alwaysconservative
Dogs and cats are animals. There is no moral reason one could not eat a dog or cat if the situation warranted it. I am fond of our pets, but if it came down to eating them or watching my family starve I'd fry them up like catfish.

That being said: domesticated animals should be off limits as food unless the physical survival of a human being is at stake. Dogs and cats trust us, and to betray that trust by preying on them denigrates the dignity of the human person.

Since there was no survival issue involved in this case, I'd say this is straighttforward cruelty. A dog is not a person, but God made them with the ability to love us, and that alone puts them at the top of the heap. To torture a family pet to death and use it as food is disrespecful of the nature of Dog.
26 posted on 06/18/2003 6:02:42 AM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: alwaysconservative
I also find it horrifying and repulsive but, how old are you? Have you never heard of or experienced 'black' humor; 'gallows' humor?

One technical correction: They didn't kill and eat THEIR beloved family member. They killed, grilled and ate THEIR BUDDY'S beloved family member.
27 posted on 06/18/2003 6:06:06 AM PDT by Buckwheats
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To: B-Chan
Dogs and cats trust us, and to betray that trust by preying on them denigrates the dignity of the human person.
_____

Thanks,
As a pet owner...and I would like to add that I feel that way about all animals in our care....

Even those meant to be eaten....
The way they are treated reflects back on us too.
28 posted on 06/18/2003 6:12:50 AM PDT by najida (What handbasket? And where did you say we were going?)
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To: joan
Isn't Jonesboro, Arkansas where there was a school massacre back in 1998 by and 11-year-old and 13-year-old?

That is exactly what I was thinking when I read the article... Jonesboro, hmm.

29 posted on 06/18/2003 6:32:01 AM PDT by msdrby (I do believe the cheese slid off his cracker! - The Green Mile)
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To: Buckwheats
Nothing wrong with eating dogs, but if they wanted to eat one so bad why didn't they just go and get one from the pound, or one of the 'free to good home' mutts people are always giving away?

30 posted on 06/18/2003 6:50:38 AM PDT by Chewbacca (Start colonizing the Moon and Mars so I can get off this loony bin they call Earth.)
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To: HairOfTheDog
Oh my...
31 posted on 06/18/2003 6:54:43 AM PDT by 2Jedismom (HHD with 4 Chickens)
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To: 2Jedismom
Sometimes I wish God would just call down and zap some of these people.

And the replies from 'freepers' on these kind of threads turn my stomach as much as the story...

Luckily, I am too busy today to dwell on it... gotta go.
32 posted on 06/18/2003 7:05:58 AM PDT by HairOfTheDog (Not all those who wander are lost)
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To: Chewbacca
It's just human nature. You always want to eat the dog you can't have.
33 posted on 06/18/2003 7:09:56 AM PDT by Buckwheats
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To: Buckwheats
When my parents lived in Korea, they would give a neighbor food scraps to feed to their dog. One day, they asked where the dog was..."Bow-wow go chop chop"...was the answer..and they rubbed their tummies.

My folks were horrified they had been fattening the dog up to be a meal.

I am still SHOCKED this incident happened in Arkansas. We don't kill pets and eat them...duhhh.

34 posted on 06/18/2003 7:20:54 AM PDT by spectre (spectre's wife (No good deed goes unpunished)
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To: Buckwheats
These Arkansas barbecue threads aren't quite as good as the "Carolina vs. Tennessee vs. Texas" ones.
35 posted on 06/18/2003 7:28:04 AM PDT by PBRSTREETGANG
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To: jigsaw
I swear it wasn't me!!!!! (Seriously, this is a horrible story...I'm the mommy of a beautiful dog/son, and I would never get over something like this. I think I'd be in a rage until the day I died.)
36 posted on 06/18/2003 8:23:29 AM PDT by DaughterOfAnIwoJimaVet (I'm indifferent, but it's a crisp indifference.)
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To: B-Chan; Buckwheats; doug from upland
Dogs and cats are animals. There is no moral reason one could not eat a dog or cat if the situation warranted it. I am fond of our pets, but if it came down to eating them or watching my family starve I'd fry them up like catfish.

That being said: domesticated animals should be off limits as food unless the physical survival of a human being is at stake. Dogs and cats trust us, and to betray that trust by preying on them denigrates the dignity of the human person.

I just know that I'm about to get flamed for this, but your survival NEVER EVER is dependent upon eating animal flesh. Although you say that there is "no moral reason" one could not eat a dog or cat, that contradicts many, many passages in the Bible, such as Genesis 1:29, Isaiah 11:6-9 (the prophecy of the coming kingdom of Heaven when even carnivores such as lions will eat "straw" instead of flesh), and even Paul's letters in the NT show that he was aware of the sinful consequences of eating meat, according to Romans 14:21 and 1 Corinthians 8:13 (The latter verse is often cited to say that Paul himself was a vegetarian).

B-Chan, I agree with your comment about betraying the trust of the animals that God gave to love us, but I just need to let you know that I extend that to all creatures who are given life and breath from God, as part of my belief (including the defenseless unborn). Buckwheats, I normally have a pretty good sense of humor, even macabre humor, but this deliberate infliction of cruelty leaves me almost unspeakably sad and unwilling to stay silent. I appreciate your posting this article, no matter what flack you might get for doing so. Doug, I thought you might be interested in this thread.

37 posted on 06/18/2003 9:12:23 AM PDT by alwaysconservative (This tag line is optional)
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To: alwaysconservative
your survival NEVER EVER is dependent upon eating animal flesh... I extend that to all creatures who are given life and breath from God, as part of my belief

SITUATION
Trapped in a mineshaft: Joe and me and Tim. Days away from rescue. Strength must be maintained to help lift Tim out. No way to get food down collapsed mineshaft. Only other occupant of mine: Fluffy, the Mining Poodle.

QUESTION
Who gets eaten?

***

Every time one rinses with mouthwash, one kills millions of bacteria -- tiny animals, each given life by God. (To a bacterium, Listerine is like hydrochloric acid is to us -- they dissolve in it.)

Is it wrong to use mouthwash?

38 posted on 06/18/2003 10:20:45 AM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: B-Chan
Every time one rinses with mouthwash, one kills millions of bacteria -- tiny animals, each given life by God. (To a bacterium, Listerine is like hydrochloric acid is to us -- they dissolve in it.)

Is it wrong to use mouthwash?

Killing those bacteria is self-defense of your health. The bacteria can cause gum disease leading to heart problems and tooth loss.

39 posted on 06/18/2003 11:07:50 AM PDT by joan
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To: B-Chan
LOL! Thanks for the grin! Are you sure that while are trapped in the mine in this manner, you want to expend the energy necessary to kill, dismember, and digest raw Fluffy (and ick, process the remains while trapped) when the human body designed by God is usually perfectly capable of surviving without food in these circumstances for at least 3-4 weeks (and is usually the better for it)? Now, you cannot be without water, on the other hand, for more than three to four days, and I don't think Fluffy is a good source of water. Starvation under these circumstances is HIGHLY unlikely.

As to the mouthwash, go ahead and be healthy! Gargle in peace! There are perhaps billions of living organisms on the plants we are given to eat, and I hardly think that bacteria, or those invisible organisms we ordinarily consume along with our food qualify as "animal flesh". Questions like these are why I'm a vegetarian, and NOT a vegan (now some of those people are really nit-picky!).

BTW, there is an EXCELLENT book dealing with vegetarianism written by President Bush's former speechwriter, Matthew Scully, called: "Dominion, the power of man, the suffering of animals, and the call to mercy". It is extremely well-written, and helps prove that conservatives can eloquently make the case for compassion towards animals, even if everyone doesn't become vegetarian.

Again, thanks for the post!
40 posted on 06/18/2003 12:10:30 PM PDT by alwaysconservative (Long live Fluffy!)
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To: Buckwheats
It had to be a Chow, too. You can't make this stuff up.
41 posted on 06/18/2003 12:20:48 PM PDT by ko_kyi
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To: Buckwheats
I predict that this story has legs.

Cheers,

knews hound
42 posted on 06/18/2003 12:29:17 PM PDT by knews_hound (Anyone else play Day of Defeat?)
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To: joan
Killing [oral] bacteria [with mouthwash] is self-defense of your health. The bacteria can cause gum disease leading to heart problems and tooth loss.

Killing Fluffy the Mining Poodle and eating her would likewise constitute self-defense of the hypothetical miners' health. Not eating would lead to muscular and systemic weakness, preventing the miners from escaping the cave-in.

Killing is not a sin per se. Killing can be a holy act -- for example, killing a robber, a rapist, or an enemy soldier in a war. Killing an animal for food is perfectly moral, but such killing should be done as quickly and painlessly as possible -- not because the animal has any rights we need respect, but because a callousness towards suffering tends to kill one's empathy towards human beings. The act of killing a dog or cat (or any other animal that trusts people enough to form an emotional bond with its owner) isn't itself a sin, but it's a sign of a person who has no respect for loyalty -- a sure sign of a sick soul.

43 posted on 06/18/2003 1:28:13 PM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: alwaysconservative
Well, for the sake of argument, we'll assume that:

1) The rescue team's escape tunnel won't reach the trapped miners for 90 days;

2) The miners have found a fully functional gas cookstove that is ventilated via a small pipe extending to the surface;

3) Joe happens to be an expert butcher, and by some strange coincidence has a selection of his razor-sharp knives and cleavers in his tool belt; and

4) That a mile-deep pit for waste disposal lies adjacent to the site of the trapped miners.

Here, Fluffy.... come on, that's a good doggie...
44 posted on 06/18/2003 1:34:34 PM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: B-Chan
Killing Fluffy the Mining Poodle and eating her would likewise constitute self-defense of the hypothetical miners' health. Not eating would lead to muscular and systemic weakness, preventing the miners from escaping the cave-in.

According to your theory, it would also be an act of "self-defense" for one of the miners to kill the other in order to survive. Not eating is fasting, and that won't kill you for a long time, but dehydration will kill you very fast. I don't think it's an act of self-defense to kill a trusting animal just because you're smarter, you're "entitled" to survive, or just because you can. Otherwise, to paraphrase C.S.Lewis, as a matter of self-defense, we should kill the Democrats as a matter of self-defense.

If we cut up beasts simply because they cannot prevent us and because we are backing our own side in the struggle for existence, it is only logical to cut up imbeciles, criminals, enemies, or capitalists for the same reasons. C. S. Lewis

45 posted on 06/18/2003 6:43:19 PM PDT by alwaysconservative (Long live Fluffy!)
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To: B-Chan
Okay, so you have some fixation for gnawing on Fluffy. (LOL!) When to do the deed? You know that you're trapped there for 90 days, with no water, a possible lunatic with cleavers (he might bear watching, dontcha think, in case you start looking tasty?), and a (gasp!)ventilation shaft to the surface (through which some nutritional substances and water just might be able to pass). When do you need the calories? At 10 days? At 30 days? At 60 days? It would be a better idea to convince your roomie with the cleavers to widen the ventilation shaft and cut steps up so that the now skinny you and roomie can climb out faster rather than waiting 90 days for somebody to rescue you. Macgyver probably would figure out some way to use the gas cooker, too!
46 posted on 06/18/2003 7:03:12 PM PDT by alwaysconservative (Long live Fluffy!)
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To: alwaysconservative
"Killing Fluffy the Mining Poodle and eating her would likewise constitute self-defense of the hypothetical miners' health. Not eating would lead to muscular and systemic weakness, preventing the miners from escaping the cave-in.

According to your theory, it would also be an act of "self-defense" for one of the miners to kill the other in order to survive.

Not at all. Human life is sacred; a dog is just a dog.

I don't think it's an act of self-defense to kill a trusting animal just because you're smarter, you're "entitled" to survive, or just because you can. Otherwise, to paraphrase C.S.Lewis, as a matter of self-defense, we should kill the Democrats as a matter of self-defense.

See above.

"If we cut up beasts simply because they cannot prevent us and because we are backing our own side in the struggle for existence, it is only logical to cut up imbeciles, criminals, enemies, or capitalists for the same reasons." -- C. S. Lewis

Red herring. Lewis was referring to vivisection here -- cutting apart living animals for purposes of research. To my knowledge Jack Lewis was not a vegetarian.

47 posted on 06/18/2003 7:13:01 PM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: Buckwheats
Mmmmmm... Vittles...

-PJ

48 posted on 06/18/2003 7:18:34 PM PDT by Political Junkie Too (It's not safe yet to vote Democrat.)
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To: alwaysconservative
Whaetver did happen to Timothy, anyway..?(brrp)
49 posted on 06/18/2003 7:20:18 PM PDT by B-Chan (Catholic. Monarchist. Texan. Any questions?)
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To: Buckwheats
Is that what really happened to Buddy?
50 posted on 06/18/2003 7:20:38 PM PDT by Consort
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