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Not much in the off-topic section that’s actually “off topic”.
So here we go:
A restaurant in Arizona is buying lions from zoos, circuses, and sanctuaries, and having them slaughtered for taco meat in their restaurant in Arizona. It apparently is legal to serve meat from any Un-Endangered species.

It begs to question how this compares to Korea eating dogs. It’s now completely socially acceptable for Americans to eat cats and felines?

Bryan Mazon, which runs the establishment says:

In all reality, what I want is just people to know that I’m here,” he said. “That’s the way to do it.

Well, we now know the ass is here. Good for him…

Boca restaurants are owned by Kraft.

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so hes just doing this so he gets publicity? 😐

If the meat tastes good (which I doubt, although it’s probably a tad less stringy/gamey than “free-range” lion) and it’s just going to waste otherwise (which is likely) then what’s the big deal? Meat’s meat.

If I was starving, and I could stand to slaughter them (I’m a bit squeamish around blood…), I’d even eat house cats. I’ve heard dogs are nutritionally worthless, though, plus they’re better pets than cats πŸ˜‰

I’m not going to pay the same price (or, most likely, more money) for lion tacos when beef/chicken ones are cheaper, though. “Novelty” isn’t worth much to me.

RunnerPack wrote:
plus they’re better pets than cats πŸ˜‰

like how the 3DS will be “better” than the Virtual Boy, right? πŸ˜›

(I’m sorry but my two cats are wonderful to me)

*expects a “Gameboy vs. Gamegear” debate of Cats vs. Dogs* πŸ˜‰


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