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Re: Life in Tennessee [Triingtotrain] [ In reply to ]
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Triingtotrain wrote:
Clara Roberts wrote:
Poor cows. : (

Imagine being a cow. What a horrible and miserable existence (on factory farms, but even on the small "family" farms, they still get "raped" and have their babies taken away over and over again. They mourn the loss of their babies. And after giving birth many times in their life, and being exploited as milk machines, they are slaughtered for cheat hamburger meat).
You... really don't know much about farming or farmers, do you?

You paint with a very broad brush.
- Jeff
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Re: Life in Tennessee [jkstevens] [ In reply to ]
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jkstevens wrote:
Triingtotrain wrote:
Clara Roberts wrote:
Poor cows. : (


Imagine being a cow. What a horrible and miserable existence (on factory farms, but even on the small "family" farms, they still get "raped" and have their babies taken away over and over again. They mourn the loss of their babies. And after giving birth many times in their life, and being exploited as milk machines, they are slaughtered for cheat hamburger meat).

You... really don't know much about farming or farmers, do you?

You paint with a very broad brush.
- Jeff

I actually know more than I want to admit, especially dairy farming. But enlighten us if you are a dairy farmer or expert. Although Ironclm prefers we discuss the topic on hand.

Death is easy....peaceful. Life is harder.
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Re: Life in Tennessee [jkhayc] [ In reply to ]
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I'm a little surprised they did this. I don't see Monty Bell doing the same on the boys side.

True this:

“Each girl is unique in her own way.”

clm
Nashville, TN
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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Apparently Ensworth HS was created due to MBs desire to never admit anyone other than Boys. Frist took his $100m donation to Ensworth instead and asked them to build a high school. I haven't heard "great" things about Harpeth Hall; anecdotally it sounds very "clique-y" but I would imagine you could say that about most elite private high schools (and high schools and schools in general).
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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i believe the subgenre is called bondage sadomoosichism
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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So, how many people have responded to your ad so far?






Take a short break from ST and read my blog:
http://tri-banter.blogspot.com/
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Re: Life in Tennessee [kiki] [ In reply to ]
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Good milk comes from happy cows, and I’m concerned about the trauma those cows will potentially experience. I just really hope they aren’t involved (beyond their manure) in the activities.

Bondage seems fine because the cows might appreciate seeing a person wearing a halter or lead rope. But the sadomoosochism part— bystander trauma is real, yo.
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Re: Life in Tennessee [Clara Roberts] [ In reply to ]
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welp i just googled bondage cow to find a funny meme

and that was a HUGE MISTAKE
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Re: Life in Tennessee [Clara Roberts] [ In reply to ]
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Clara Roberts wrote:
Poor cows. : (

Plenty of food and water, friends to hang out with, occasional sex and you don't have to raise the bratty offspring, and on top of it all, someone comes to play with your nipples a couple of times a day. Sounds like a pretty good life if you ask me!
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Re: Life in Tennessee [kiki] [ In reply to ]
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I wonder what the turnover rate is for that job. It would be a good idea to go to the closest town and ask around to see if the Craigslist poster has a good reputation. I’m not convinced it’s a good career move for anyone.
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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ironclm wrote:
Anyone need a job? This is just south of Nashville.

"...cleanup afterwards." sounds rather ominous.
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Re: Life in Tennessee [jkhayc] [ In reply to ]
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I'm sure the cliquey part is true. Everyone I know from here who went to private school went to University School.

Ensworth has a super nice pool (and a good master's coach).

clm
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Re: Life in Tennessee [Triingtotrain] [ In reply to ]
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If anyone would like to tour a dairy barn and operating creamery, and has a week to kill, I suggest this course at Penn State.

https://foodscience.psu.edu/...e-cream-short-course

Very informative, and they briefly cover non dairy.
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Re: Life in Tennessee [kiki] [ In reply to ]
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kiki wrote:
welp i just googled bondage cow to find a funny meme

and that was a HUGE MISTAKE

3 points for taking one for the team
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Re: Life in Tennessee [Tri-Banter] [ In reply to ]
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So, how many people have responded to your ad so far?

A bunch of dudes who said their hobby is posting on an offshoot of a triathlon forum. Go figure!

clm
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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The hits just keep rolling. From the Tennessee Lookout:

A Tennessee court ruled that having juries deliberate on the fate of Black defendants in a room decorated with Confederate memorabilia, by the United Daughters of the Confederacy — in the town in which the Ku Klux Klan was founded — presented no disadvantage to the defendants in the period 1909-2021.

Chew on that for a minute. We'll wait.

Don't let us spoil the fun — really, you'll want to read the full story to take in all the details — but the crux of the decision rested on a couple of key issues, according to the judge who wrote the decision:

1) No jury member ever commented on the memorabilia, therefore, in legal terms, no biggie.

2) Also, they probably didn't recognize the portraits of Confederate leaders and yes, that's A Confederate flag, but it's not THAT Confederate flag, so cool, cool.

https://tennesseelookout.com/...fc-9f41-29d007ed55b1

clm
Nashville, TN
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Re: Life in Tennessee [jkhayc] [ In reply to ]
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jkhayc wrote:
windywave wrote:
ironclm wrote:
Please feel free to start your own thread on milk and various milk products.


Translation.... Bless your heart for talking about Oat Milk


Also, life in Tennessee (Harpeth Hall an all-girls school and costs $30k+ per year to attend).

"Any student who identifies as a girl may apply to our school."

https://wlos.com/...men-female-education

Of course they are walking this back now. You could have bet money that this would happen.

https://www.tennessean.com/...#l6zwn8chdl6xb8y5ls7

clm
Nashville, TN
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Re: Life in Tennessee [ironclm] [ In reply to ]
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ironclm wrote:
jkhayc wrote:
windywave wrote:
ironclm wrote:
Please feel free to start your own thread on milk and various milk products.


Translation.... Bless your heart for talking about Oat Milk


Also, life in Tennessee (Harpeth Hall an all-girls school and costs $30k+ per year to attend).

"Any student who identifies as a girl may apply to our school."

https://wlos.com/...men-female-education

Of course they are walking this back now. You could have bet money that this would happen.

https://www.tennessean.com/...#l6zwn8chdl6xb8y5ls7


Been in the Nash area 7 years. I imagine it’s a bit like West Berlin was during the Cold War.
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