NYC's Mayor to Limit Amount of Meat People Can Eat

I and Ron White,are doing more for vegans than any vegan ever did. We are eating the cows!
Acronym PETA== people eating tasty animals. Sign that used to be on my big mobile barbecue pit. Yes I serve vegans. Just let me know how you want them prepared!


The NYC voters are like-minded. That’s why they voted him in!


Steven, you are part of us now. Welcome aboard Sir.
Carry on!

The person that wrote this must be vegetarian. So, it’s the animals’ fault now, ok. So, that’s it. So, what’s the fix, kill off all livestock?

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The reason cows are so gassy is that in most places they are finished off on corn instead of grass. Their digestive systems were not designed to digest corn. This leads to all sorts of intestinal issues and is one of the reasons they need to be given so many antibiotics which creates another set of problems with drug resistant diseases.

Turning the corn fields, that we use to feed cows and are forced to turn into engine ruining ethanol that we are then forced to add to our gasoline and put into our cars, back into grasslands for free ranging bison or managed cow herds would solve whatever cow methane problem we may or may not have and provide us with plenty of meat. But the ethanol lobby is too strong to let that happen and they have co-opted the environmental movement into thinking ethanol is green even though it takes at least one gallon of fossil fuels to make a gallon of ethanol.


I very rarely eat cow. I am not the one to ask. It wouldn’t hurt me if they killed off some cows. I live in cow country and see the result of the grazing. As far as flatulence; I don’t know if Beano would be cost-effective. That is my best answer.

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Unmanaged cow grazing is very detrimental to the land. If left to their own cows eat down to the roots which kills the grasses allowing undesirable shrubs and weeds to take their place. It also leads to soil erosion and even desertification in some areas like where I live in the Southwest.

But if you condense the cows to smaller areas and move them on a regular basis they can actually be beneficial to the landscape. People are using heards of cattle in some parts of Africa to restore damaged grasslands for wildlife use.

Bison don’t eat down to the roots and move on before areas get denuded. The US promoted policy of killing off the bison herds to get ride of Native American populations removed the valuable resources of both the massive bison herds and the natural grasslands they helped maintain.


You can smell the dairy air?


There aren’t many worse smells than the cattle finishing yards next to I 5 in CA. They are muddy cesspools packed with thousands of mud and manure covered cattle. If the wind is right you can smell them miles before you see them even if you have the AC on and the vents set to recirculate.

That sight and smell almost convinced me to give up eating beef. Fortunately I was able to find a local source of grass fed beef from a well managed ranch.

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Though digestive health of cows, and renewable agriculture are important, no doubt about it, I’d like to underscore this point: cows are not that gassy compared to volcanoes. Did you hear the one when scientists found a megavolcano, or when they found 19000 smaller ones. With all this undiscovered stuff barely scratching the surface, pardon the pun, maybe cows are unfairly blamed.


Being fat is now a protected class in N.Y. Vote pandering? Oh look a fat squirrel.

New York City outlaws discrimination on the basis of weight, height - ABC News (

NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed legislation Friday that will ban discrimination based on body size by adding weight and height to the list of protected categories such as race, sex and religion.

“We all deserve the same access to employment, housing and public accommodation, regardless of our appearance, and it shouldn’t matter how tall you are or how much you weigh,” said the mayor, who joined other elected officials as well as fat-acceptance advocates at a City Hall bill-signing ceremony.

Adams, a Democrat who published a book about reversing his diabetes through a plant-based diet, said the ordinance “will help level the playing field for all New Yorkers, create more inclusive workplaces and living environments, and protect against discrimination.”

Exemptions under the ordinance, which the city council passed this month, include cases in which an individual’s height or weight could prevent them from performing essential functions of a job.

Some business leaders expressed opposition to the legislation when it was before the council, arguing that compliance could become an onerous burden.

“The extent of the impact and cost of this legislation has not been fully considered,” Kathy Wylde, president and CEO of the Partnership for New York City, said in a statement.

Several other U.S. cities have banned discrimination based on weight and physical appearance, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Madison, Wisconsin. And legislation to ban weight and height discrimination has been introduced in states including New Jersey and Massachusetts.

Tigress Osborn, the chair of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance, said New York City’s weight discrimination ban should serve as a model for the nation and the world.

Osborn said the city’s adoption of the new ordinance “will ripple across the globe” and show that "discrimination against people based on their body size is wrong and is something that we can change.”

The ordinance will take effect in 180 days, on Nov. 22.

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This country was founded on lookism, colorism, cisgenderism.

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If I am reading this wrong or its a joke my apologies. However this country was founded on god, individual liberty and justice. Ppl fed up with a dictatorial government and craving freedom.


He forgot to add his “sarcasm” emoji. :slightly_smiling_face:


Well I do see some similarities with many of the founding fathers fashion statements and the current trends being pushed upon us to accept as the new normal. The powdered wigs, breeches, fancy coats, etc. At least as they are usually historically pictured.

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Powdered wigs were quickly falling out of fashion at the time, except for formal events and when performing certain duties (i.e. judges, pastors). People of means wore fancy coats to advertise their own wealth, but people who really had wealth often preferred to be comfortable, because they had nothing to prove. So you’re exactly right, today is not so different.

Dr. Benjamin Franklin wrote that patriots wore ragged clothes that had been much repaired. They would rather be seen in rags than to trade with Great Britain.



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It was sarcasm, but I am impressed you know what these progressive terms mean.
I went to the beach for my colorism, LOL


You give me too much credit. I’ve only heard of cisgenderism and that was only a cpl days ago. I figured the other two were pretty close to it.

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Interesting he cannot do anything about reducing crime, or reducing taxes, or even make it safe to get on the subway, but he thinks its his business to tell you what and how much you can eat. It is funny the pathetic elites you libs elect to take your freedoms and your money but to do nothing else.