Friday, April 11


Heh. Next time someone starts a "veganism is unnatural" tirade and brings up those prehistoric meat-eaters, just say, "Yeah, we should be eating other humans, like they did! That would be more 'natural!'" After all, a BBC article quotes an expert's opinion that "widespread cannibalism among ancient humans" may be behind our species' general resistance to CJD. "Although some anthropologists believe that the argument for human cannibalism is not yet proven," the article continues, "evidence that it did happen includes human bones with human teeth marks on them, and fossilised human faeces which includes human proteins." It always comes back to the feces, doesn't it?

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