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    I need to start reading more carefully. I clicked on this link wondering why the government cares about what I think about cannibals!
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    Please respond that the government should support sustainable cannibalism. canibal.png

    In a move that has received advanced praise from environmental activists, local cannibal James Lewis recently decided that he would choose to eat only sustainably fed, humanely raised, vegan humans.
    “I became a cannibal because the horrors of the meat industry were too much for me to stomach. But after doing my research I found it unconscionable to eat humans raised in disgusting conditions like the South Quad or Bursley farms,” Lewis said.
    One of Lewis’ main concerns was the poor continued treatment of cannibals in the media. “Sometimes, us cannibals are portrayed in a negative light. Look at Jeffrey Dahmer, tieing up, mutilating, and treating his victims like animals. I only eat free range humans, and never before buying them dinner first,” stated Lewis, licking his lips.
    Numerous EPA officials support Lewis’ decision to eat vegans, including Press Secretary Burt Wiggums. In a recent news interview, Wiggums went on the record saying “More cannibals around the country should side with Lewis and really pay attention to how their food is raised. Sustainable cannibalism could really be the key to lowering America’s carbon emissions. Plus, vegans taste better, too.”
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    Please respond that the government should support sustainable cannibalism. canibal.png

    In a move that has received advanced praise from environmental activists, local cannibal James Lewis recently decided that he would choose to eat only sustainably fed, humanely raised, vegan humans.
    “I became a cannibal because the horrors of the meat industry were too much for me to stomach. But after doing my research I found it unconscionable to eat humans raised in disgusting conditions like the South Quad or Bursley farms,” Lewis said.
    One of Lewis’ main concerns was the poor continued treatment of cannibals in the media. “Sometimes, us cannibals are portrayed in a negative light. Look at Jeffrey Dahmer, tieing up, mutilating, and treating his victims like animals. I only eat free range humans, and never before buying them dinner first,” stated Lewis, licking his lips.
    Numerous EPA officials support Lewis’ decision to eat vegans, including Press Secretary Burt Wiggums. In a recent news interview, Wiggums went on the record saying “More cannibals around the country should side with Lewis and really pay attention to how their food is raised. Sustainable cannibalism could really be the key to lowering America’s carbon emissions. Plus, vegans taste better, too.”

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