Midnight Oil

[Powderworks] Meat-singing/eating Oils

Julian Shaw julian at monkeyfamily.freeserve.co.uk
Sun Oct 3 03:25:35 MDT 2004

This is hilarious! Any more meat quotes in Oils songs people want to throw
at us? It is quite funny. Is it not enough that I buy into most of their
politics without having to put them up on my bedroom wall as my spiritual

which Oil got it right? Which lifestyle should I follow...4 out of 5 eat
meat but the other one doesn't...too many hard choices...I think I'll just
make up MY OWN MIND on this one...

Some of the people I respect most in the world have different views to me on
animal ethics...like my wife, the Dalai Lama and most of my mates...just
because I admire them I don't have to buy wholesale into everything they
also believe in.

btw I think out of the two lines quoted so far one is actually a
contradiction of the other. Warburton is promoting the (sustainable in some
species) bush tucker diet whilst Poets and Slaves offers a description of a
Mac D's happy meal.

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Subject: [Powderworks] Meat-singing/eating Oils

> "We got everything we need, sugar and beef" -- Poets & Slaves
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