PETA 2013 stamps featuring Morrissey and other notable vegetarians; how bacon is made video - TTY

PETA have launched the 2013 edition of their postage stamps featuring the faces of famous vegetarians/vegans including Morrissey - true-to-you.net
21 November 2013

PETA have launched the 2013 edition of their 46c postage stamps, each of which features the face of a famous vegetarian/vegan, one of whom is Morrissey. The stamps are available from today, 21 November. View the stamps at:
peta.vg/1cyl

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This is how bacon is made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T48yOYjz5sk



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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

They put him in the gay row.
 
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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Disgusting.

Indeed, but what is even more disgusting, as if the treatment of these pigs aren't enough, is that they add sodium nitrate (E 250) which is a known cause for cancer in the pancreas. They simply have to do that to prevent humans getting ill or worse from the natural bacterias in the meat. There are ecological options that do not add sodium nitrate but they are very rare and very hard to find in the stores.
 

Playcat2000

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Now I have a reason to write letters again. I'll just use the Morrissey stamps and give away the other ones.
 

DJCeremony

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I wish you could also buy sheets of just one individual star!

If so, I bet Moz and Macca would be in the running for top sellers!
 

Uncleskinny

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Indeed, but what is even more disgusting, as if the treatment of these pigs aren't enough, is that they add sodium nitrate (E 250) which is a known cause for cancer in the pancreas. They simply have to do that to prevent humans getting ill or worse from the natural bacterias in the meat. There are ecological options that do not add sodium nitrate but they are very rare and very hard to find in the stores.

Utter unscientific bollocks. Produce peer-reviewed papers please. Oh, and what are these ecological options, pray tell? Bear in mind I've worked in food preservation and antibacterial chemistry for many years, so go ahead with these eco options and lets have a discussion.

P.
 
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Playcat2000

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Morrissey should have his own stamp, period. but not that picture.
 
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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Disgusting.

Couldn't agree more its sick to the core but may I point out bacon is not made ! Only the cast from 'The only way is Essex' would think bacon is 'made'.
Second, don't be brainwashed into thinking that all the pigs and their young are treated in this vile way because they are not ! Instead why don't the makers of the footage name and shame the place and the people involved in this barbaric footage instead of trying to tar responsible slaughter houses with the same brush.
This film is no reason to stop eating pork, its like saying every builder is a cowboy out to rip you off don't use builders !!!!!!
Morrissey. . . . . Must try harder you silly old so and so "The world WON'T listen" (again)

So who's for a full English then ? All the works, yum yum.


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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

They put him in the gay row.

I really can't wait for him to tell us how he thinks babies are made ! Maybe his chum Braindamage will have a theory as to why Moz has been rubbish with his penis like the David Cameron theory (just a thought)
 

Mozza220559

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Do you think the glue that's on the back of the stamps has animal ingredients in?
 
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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

The ruling elite want the peasants to get cancer and then "run for a cure" so all the money raised with go towards animal experiments. Keep the peasants dumb, fat, diseased, and ignorant. That's the name of the game.

Anyway, I don't have to watch that video because I'm vegan. Maybe ignorant meat eaters should try watching it.

NotLiterallyButMetaphorically

Indeed, but what is even more disgusting, as if the treatment of these pigs aren't enough, is that they add sodium nitrate (E 250) which is a known cause for cancer in the pancreas. They simply have to do that to prevent humans getting ill or worse from the natural bacterias in the meat. There are ecological options that do not add sodium nitrate but they are very rare and very hard to find in the stores.
 
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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Do you think the glue that's on the back of the stamps has animal ingredients in?

PART 2 How glue is made by Morrissey

Before the evil human beings make bacon they masturbate the pigs to make glue for stamps ! Honest its true !!!!!!

This is the word of the Lord Mudslide !

(All reply) Thanks be to the Mudslide. (Now go and spread the word/rants of the Lord)


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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

They put him in the gay row.

Surely he should be the number one stamp up there at the top of the charts all alone in the "Huma-sexual-veggie" section.

Statement TTY

Morrissey is number one stamp for the first week running and no pig jizz was used on the back of his stamp. Also how bananas are made clip check it out.



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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

Utter unscientific bollocks. Produce peer-reviewed papers please. Oh, and what are these ecological options, pray tell? Bear in mind I've worked in food preservation and antibacterial chemistry for many years, so go ahead with these eco options and lets have a discussion.

P.

PhD in organic chemistry/chemical biology here. I think s/he has a very valid point is supported by the following quickly researched articles and the articles they reference therein. The best eco options would be just not to eat animals.
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/tx2003118
http://www.wjgnet.com/1007-9327/full/v12/i27/4296.htm
http://www.nature.com/bjc/journal/v106/n3/full/bjc2011585a.html
http://www.nature.com/news/red-meat-wrong-bacteria-bad-news-for-hearts-1.12746
http://www.nature.com/news/2005/050110/full/news050110-7.html
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ijc.22170/abstract
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0020456
 

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/tx2003118 - OK, that one is regarding Nitrite reactions to form Nitrosamines, not Nitrates
http://www.wjgnet.com/1007-9327/full/v12/i27/4296.htm - that one is the same
http://www.nature.com/bjc/journal/v106/n3/full/bjc2011585a.html - quote from this study "A prospective study found that men in the highest quintile of summed nitrate/nitrite intake from processed meat had a nonsignificantly elevated risk of pancreatic cancer (hazard ratio=1.18, 95% CI=0.95–1.47; Aschebrook-Kilfoy et al, 2011)."
http://www.nature.com/news/red-meat-wrong-bacteria-bad-news-for-hearts-1.12746 - no mention of nitrate in this one
http://www.nature.com/news/2005/050110/full/news050110-7.html - conjecture, not proof - "Researchers are not yet clear which ingredient of meat might trigger cancer. Possible culprits include iron, toxins formed during cooking or the nitrates and nitrites used to preserve processed meats."
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ijc.22170/abstract - again, no mention of nitrates
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0020456 - again, conjecture, not proof "Nitrites or nitrates added to meat for preservation could increase exogenous exposure to nitrosamines, N-nitroso compounds, and their precursors; meats cured with nitrite have the same effect as fresh red meat on endogenous nitrosation"

The original post suggested eco options for food preservation. I have myself looked at certain options, such as flavinoids as antioxidants, but because of the ph sensitivity and compatibility issues, they only work on things such as citrus-derived products, which is their provenance in any case. I'd be delighted to hear about any 'eco' preservatives that are, as the original poster averred, "...very rare and very hard to find in the stores". To be fair to the original poster, they seemed to be a little confused between the difference between nitrates and nitrites, E250 being nitrite, not nitrate as originally posted. My response was on the basis of nitrate, not nitrite. If the poster meant nitrite, then I agree to some degree - being an oxygen scavenger to form nitrate and hence an antioxidant, it serves a role in keeping meat pinky, and a secondary role against certain organisms. In various formulations over the years I have not been able to use nitrites in formulations with amine and amine derivatives precisely because of the possibility of nitrosamine formation. If you do eat meat, then it's probably sensible to avoid preserved or cured meats and avoid the risk.

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Re: Morrissey featured on a Peta stamp featuring other notable vegetarians TTY

They put him in the gay row.

This doesn't stack up at all. Neither Vivienne Westwood nor Joaquin Phoenix are gay, and I'm pretty sure Alan Cumming is. Although, it's difficult to be sure because, if you type "gay cumming" into Google, the results are not helpful.
 
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http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/tx2003118 - OK, that one is regarding Nitrite reactions to form Nitrosamines, not Nitrates
http://www.wjgnet.com/1007-9327/full/v12/i27/4296.htm - that one is the same
http://www.nature.com/bjc/journal/v106/n3/full/bjc2011585a.html - quote from this study "A prospective study found that men in the highest quintile of summed nitrate/nitrite intake from processed meat had a nonsignificantly elevated risk of pancreatic cancer (hazard ratio=1.18, 95% CI=0.95–1.47; Aschebrook-Kilfoy et al, 2011)."
http://www.nature.com/news/red-meat-wrong-bacteria-bad-news-for-hearts-1.12746 - no mention of nitrate in this one
http://www.nature.com/news/2005/050110/full/news050110-7.html - conjecture, not proof - "Researchers are not yet clear which ingredient of meat might trigger cancer. Possible culprits include iron, toxins formed during cooking or the nitrates and nitrites used to preserve processed meats."
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ijc.22170/abstract - again, no mention of nitrates
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0020456 - again, conjecture, not proof "Nitrites or nitrates added to meat for preservation could increase exogenous exposure to nitrosamines, N-nitroso compounds, and their precursors; meats cured with nitrite have the same effect as fresh red meat on endogenous nitrosation"

The original post suggested eco options for food preservation. I have myself looked at certain options, such as flavinoids as antioxidants, but because of the ph sensitivity and compatibility issues, they only work on things such as citrus-derived products, which is their provenance in any case. I'd be delighted to hear about any 'eco' preservatives that are, as the original poster averred, "...very rare and very hard to find in the stores". To be fair to the original poster, they seemed to be a little confused between the difference between nitrates and nitrites, E250 being nitrite, not nitrate as originally posted. My response was on the basis of nitrate, not nitrite. If the poster meant nitrite, then I agree to some degree - being an oxygen scavenger to form nitrate and hence an antioxidant, it serves a role in keeping meat pinky, and a secondary role against certain organisms. In various formulations over the years I have not been able to use nitrites in formulations with amine and amine derivatives precisely because of the possibility of nitrosamine formation. If you do eat meat, then it's probably sensible to avoid preserved or cured meats and avoid the risk.

P.

You got it right in the end as I indeed meant nitrites, I am ever so sorry about that. I was referring to the nitrite salt that they add and is not added to ecological meat products. They use it to fight bacterias thay may kill people and to make the meat a bit red instead of the natural grey that they fear would scare customers away.
 

Johnny Barleycorn

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I liked him in x2 when he was poofing around the Oval Office. Or is that bamphing? I can never remember.
 

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