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Coming from a country where food is limited and being aware of other countries where kids die of hunger. Itís a shame to see food of any kind go waste and that too for a sake of a few laughs is just painful. I never find such acts funny. Not even remotely.
That's exactly what I think. True, it's not dangerous and they are not harming anyone, I just think it's a shame.
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Old 28.11.2012, 18:56
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This stupid "milking" makes me furious. It is a crime.

Honestly, how can anyone find this funny?

gimme a break. milk costs, how much? 50p a pint?

how much more have you wasted on your latest iGadget. or app you downloaded. or latest thing you bought?

unlike milk. that money you used on what you find fun and enjoyable, could easily have been sent to [insert country here] to provide food/water for the needy.
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Old 28.11.2012, 19:12
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gimme a break. milk costs, how much? 50p a pint?

how much more have you wasted on your latest iGadget. or app you downloaded. or latest thing you bought?

unlike milk. that money you used on what you find fun and enjoyable, could easily have been sent to [insert country here] to provide food/water for the needy.
What bugs me is the attitude many people have towards food. It doesn't matter what the milk cost.
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Old 28.11.2012, 19:29
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What bugs me is the attitude many people have towards food. It doesn't matter what the milk cost.
well, if you think about it, your attitude is completely irrational unless you have same attitude to money - since money can essentially be converted into food.
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gimme a break. milk costs, how much? 50p a pint?

how much more have you wasted on your latest iGadget. or app you downloaded. or latest thing you bought?

unlike milk. that money you used on what you find fun and enjoyable, could easily have been sent to [insert country here] to provide food/water for the needy.
You are being rather presumptuous.

However, your comment on this thread speaks volumes about you.
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Old 28.11.2012, 21:18
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well, if you think about it, your attitude is completely irrational unless you have same attitude to money - since money can essentially be converted into food.
I'm not throwing money away, either. And I would happily donate 10% of my monthly income for the needy if I knew it would actually arrive where it's supposed to but I'm not willing to finance a luxurious life for the dictators of these particular countries who don't give a s** about their people starving.
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I'm not throwing money away, either. And I would happily donate 10% of my monthly income for the needy if I knew it would actually arrive where it's supposed to but I'm not willing to finance a luxurious life for the dictators of these particular countries who don't give a s** about their people starving.
but we spend our money on entertainment.

whether that is 50p to pour milk on ourselves, or 10chfs to go to the cinema - it's simply a fact that we spend money on ourselves for what could be considered trivial purposes.

i don't think there's anything wrong with this. sure, we could all donate money or time and go and fix various things wrong with the world. but i think life is for enjoying too.

so why deny/denounce these guys for having the fun they want to have. others can do the same for what we choose to do.
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For all those taking the high road about milking and starving kids....you might want to grab a hanky before looking at this Dairy Farmers Milking the EUP in Brussels: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/pict...-Brussels.html
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This stupid "milking" makes me furious. It is a crime.

Honestly, how can anyone find this funny?

Not half as offensive as folk driving round in half million dollar Bentlys or the whopping bonus's getting paid to bankers around this time of year. Or how about the mangoe, two oranges and half a zucchini I just threw out....

Offensive is not enjoying your youth if you ask me....
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