Some of my otherwise brilliant and productive friends (like scoundrels and their flags) take final refuge in character assainations; they ignore the issue and deny the relation between our consumption and brutality. So you can go ahead and roll your eyes and marginalize me/socially penalize me: play on my insecurities. And you can feign ignorance, but you're not stupid, you're just selfish. And you're a slave to your impulse. And I kinda thought we all shared common threads in that we gravitated here to challenge the conventions we've been fed by a culture that treats (living, breathing, feeling) creatures like (biological) machines. And if you buy that shit then how long 'till it's me who serves as your commodity? Through (for example), institutionalized violence and opression of workers and women raped by sexism (and how about native americans?). Do you still insist on feigning indignance (aka: indignation) to reason? To collective self-interest? Tell you what- I'll call you on your shit, PLEASE CALL ME ON MINE. Then we can grow together and make this shit-hole planet better in time. So why not consider someone else: STOP CONSUMING ANIMALS.

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    General Commentsince when is propagandhi pop-punk?
    skunkbythebrookon May 04, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI always took this as a song aimed at people who question/argue/ridicule vegetarians/vegans for living this lifestyle. Even while these people might share the same views about everything else. I'm a vegetarian, and I can relate to this song, because almost every meat eating person immediately questions motives, or scoffs upon being informed about vegetarianism.
    DroppedMidgeton December 19, 2007   Link
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    haha, omg, that's what i do too, parkerman :)
    i don't want to, but i can't help myself.
    MissNeuroticon July 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis lyricist is way way good. He puts fuckin university lecture shit to punk pop. This song rules.
    xThePunishedxon September 15, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti wish i was vegan. :|
    bukowski_punkon May 01, 2003   Link
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    General Commentbukowski_punk: why aren't you, then? take the plunge, it's not that hard. :)

    xThePunishedx: ditto what skunkbythebrook said... ::confused::

    this is an awesome song, though I would expect nothing less from propagandhi.
    pinkhotelon June 26, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti just wanted you all to know that bukowski_punk was me a year and a half ago, and im vegan now and fucking proud. thank you, propagandhi. (internet success story, hahaha).
    deep_and_downon October 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commentgod,... punk-pop? what the fuck? Correct me if im wrong but i think propagandhi would SHUDDER if they read that post. and yeah, i guess everyone realizes the meaning in this one...
    CHEERINGONBOMBSon May 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWhat's wrong with calling Propagandhi punk-pop? They're definitely not punk. Anyone who gets offended by people calling Propagandhi pop-punk is obviously very insecure about the music they like.
    subverton December 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIf you enjoy the message of this song read Tom Regan's "The Case for Animal Rights". Probably the most cogent argument as to why the consumption of animals is wrong.
    AntiFlagSDon January 05, 2006   Link

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