Force Master R wrote:
Devil Girl: Bravo! I enjoy talking (or in this case, posting) with people who can keep a level head in a debate and who can cook a good steak as well.
I think that the more level headed that you can stay the better you can get your point across. I managed to have a drunken debate with someone about fox hunting and not only did we both have a reasoned debate but neither of us got mad. We both enjoyed it and even though none of us changed our points of view it was still enjoyable.
Hehe when I used to cook the steaks I just used to chuck them under the grill and hope for the best (thankfully I had no complaints and no one was sick)
Anyway for the next discussion, what do you think about animal testing? (Both cosmetic testing and medical testing)
I do not agree with cosmetic testing as now I do not think there is any need for it any more. Surely there should be enough items that have already been proved to be safe to mix and match those to get something new.
As for medical testing, I do not believe that animal testing is the most efficient way of testing something. Animals have a different system than us so you cannot be sure that how it works on the will be the same as on us. There was a case in England last year where a drug had been tested on animals but the human testing stage went disastrously wrong ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4807042.stm )
I do not know what would be a better way but there must be a better way.
Jedi photographer - May the focus be with me.