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From: Karen ( -
Subject: Why do meat-eaters attack?
Date: July 4, 2013 at 3:07 am PST

Someone asked me about whether I eat honey and I said no. They asked why and I explained about the bees habitat, the double-stomach thing, the poop/vomit thing etc.
They simply told me we need bees. I have no problem with that and, I thought, ended the conversation by saying that I choose to leave bees and their honey alone.
Then, strangely they attacked verbally. Apparently killing vegetables is wrong. I got the usual comments about them screaming and having feelings etc and that I'm a moron for not wanting to kill animals to eat but being ok with killing veggies.
How do you deal with that?
Any tips?
Walking away just seems to make them angrier and I think I may have damaged a friendship because I said 'haha that's funny!' ooops!

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