It's a shame there aren't more animal-killing themed martial art films. With that in mind, here are some suggestions:
TKD Badger Fighter
_ing _un Gerbil Duel
Aikido Marmoset Rapist
BJJ Ringworm Fight To The Death
& Shaolin Otter Rampage
I did not mention evolution, or 'having' to eat anything. This is just an exercise in thinking through the opposite point of view. I don't see anything wrong with eating people personally, I'd just prefer it if they were free range grass fed.
Originally Posted by gr81disp
Socratic - I know we are omnivores, but just because you have a 10 inch dick doesn't mean you have to do porn.
People dont eat people
1 because of the easy transmission of diseases
2 its not very conducive to modern society
Cows are more superior at eating grass, and they are naturally stronger than humans. They have however through years of selective breeding become slightly more domesticated and easier to farm than say wild buffalo. We in western society eat them because they arnt as useful in performing other helpful tasks as dogs or horses becaues they arnt as intelligent as them. Other societies and cultures do eat them as not only do they find them helpful, but a good source of handy protien. 2 for 1 deal really.
1) i didn't know that, is this when it is cooked sufficiently too? And assuming the eaten human is raised on healthier food than todays?
2) the Aztecs seemed to integrate it well enough, there are some people who should be spit roasted and eaten by the masses in my opinion.
Yes while cooking helps kill bacteria and may burn off contaminants there are still significant variables that donít guarantee you wonít end up with something nasty. This is especially exacerbated by the fact viruses and bacteria donít have to worry about adapting to a different species first.
Cannibalism, generally in remote tribal areas still exists to this day, However most modern societies do not practice it as apart from in stories and legends it is considered to have no benefit to mankind (besides a convenient source of sustenance in extreme situations.) The People that still do practice it, either have it deeply ingrained within their religious philosophy, or their Knowledge of medicine and biology, while enough to get them by is by modern standards fairly backwards.
I think it's more of a implicit social contract between humans, you don't kill other humans because you don't want them to kill or eat you. With animals is different because there's no such "agreement". Animals don't have problems with killing or eating people sometimes.... why should you have a problem with eating them?
Oh, I'm sure Mas ate the bulls after killing them. Probably all at once.
I can just imagine Mas Oyama crouching in the middle of a bloody field, his jaw unhinging as it begins to envelop a freshly-slaughtered bull. Swallowing the beast whole (without chewing), Oyama then lays on his engorged belly and suns himself for the next week while the bull digests.