[Serious] Is it okay to hurt an animal if a human derives pleasure from it? Why or why not?

I think a lot more animals get killed on a vegan diet than you think. How do we keep all those crops safe from animals eating them?

But yeah, I think a hundred years from now you will be right. I think when we get to the point where we can grow biological meat that tastes as good as the real thing and we stop eating real animals, humans might look back and think we looked pretty crazy.

I think it's hard to be an athlete and not eat meat. Like I said I don't really think factory farming is good. But if you do the research, there is a lot of good reason for hunting, and most hunters do their absolute best to make sure the animal dies as quick and painless as possible.

Sorry for calling you ignorant, I just think you should have been more upfront with your intentions with the original post.

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