Re: history questions: meat, siberian land bridge, horses in the Americas

Anna (
Tue, 17 Dec 1996 23:06:34 +0000

>> >In hot climates (like India), this unnatural habit of vegetarianISM is
>> >easier to get away with.
>> Well that and cows are sacred animals there.
>Only to the Hindus. Oh, and it may have escaped your notice, but
>humans eat other animals than cattle.

Actually, FYI, devout Hindus are supposed to be vegatarian as are devout
Buddists. Added to that the fact that about 70% of the world cannot
afford meat in any but very special meals and I would say that the
majority of the world is either vegetarian or heading that way.

Anna (mummy to Emma, born 17th Jan 1995 and Alice, born 11th Sept 1996)
You were hungry and I was sorry.
You were thirsty, and I blamed the world.
You were a stranger, and I pointed you out.
You were naked, and I turned you in.
You were sick, and I said a prayer.
You were in prison, and I wrote a poem. STEVE TURNER
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