Originally Posted by fuzzy
The amount of resources required to support a world full of meat eating people COMPLETELY dwarfs that of a non meat eating population, it's not even close. You make no valid points WHATSOEVER.
And you call it a ****ty documentary? Holy ****, did you even watch it? The dialog is eloquent and to the point, the footage used shows just enough brutality to truely paint a picture for your average clueless person. The horrors that some animals are forced to endure are unbelievable.
Congratulations on being a completely ignorant dumbass.
Animal products are used in countless products, not just food. If you think just because a person is a vegetarian that they don't use any products where an animal was necessary then you can claim that title of ignorant you so willingly toss at me. Animals are an integral part of humanity, from the dollars and cents of the world economy to the various obscure uses for animal products, edible and inedible alike.
And yes, I watched the first half to 3/4 of it, unless there was an excellent comeback ending then I stand saying it was a ****ty documentary. I have to question if the people who made the documentary even filmed any of the footage in it. Yes that is important. Context is extremely important in documentaries.
The dialogue was horribly delivered and it relied entirely on shock to make the viewer angry and ashamed in order to get it's point across. While this is certainly a useful tool it can't fill an hour and a half of film without becoming incredibly repetetive. Humans are cruel. Animals are warm and fuzzy. We are bastards. Over and over and over. In order make an effective point it has to go beyond that repetetive argument or else it simply comes across as an attack job put together by PETA or Green Peace.