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  1. #21
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    One (or more) less methane

    One (or more) less methane producing Animal is ok with me.

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  3. #22
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  4. #23
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  5. #24
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  6. #25
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  7. #26
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  8. #27
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    Actually, leather is no

    Actually, leather is no longer "just" a byproduct from the meat factory. There is so much demand for leather goods thats cows are purely bred for their skins. Worryingly, when in India in 2010..you know the country that is meant to deem cattle as a sacred being, i saw lots of cows being herded for miles and miles purely for their skins. when they were too tired to walk the nice indian boys rubbed spices in their eyes or snapped their tails to get them to move.
    As for you comment re suffering? yes sadly some do as they are not killed properly prior to them being skinned. We can kid ourselves that animals who are slaughtered for our use are treated humanely.....um...no they're not. You will actually find the conditions in an animal testing lab more humane and ethical than the meat and leather industries.
    perhaps if we all took some self responsibility for once and actually researched how leather gets into our car seats or the McDonald's burgers we eat are actually produced then we could make our own minds up about whether to purchase these products...not just believe what we are told by the world of consumerism and their bollocks advertising!

  9. #28
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    If someone is purchasing

    If someone is purchasing this vehicle as a means to be Eco-Friendly, then YES, leather seats wouldn't be very Eco Sound. Regardless of the cow being killed for meat or seat, the resources wasted to get the cow turned in to food or skin turned to leather IS NOT GREEN.
    Being allergic to a car seat made of fabric? You do know there are windows in the vehicle, and they can actually be left open, using allerest works wonders for tons of people with allergies that can't afford cars or homes made of leather.
    Perhaps looking up the chemicals used in producing leather would explain how putting them in a Prius is hypocritical.

  10. #29
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    Here's hoping something

    Here's hoping something happens in your life to help you have more compassion.

  11. #30
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    My car is almost perfect but

    My car is almost perfect but unfortunately has leather steering wheel. Who needs leather? It's not ours to use

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