Being an animal lover sucks

You're reminded every day that the biosphere is dying, and nobody gives a frick. You're constantly permeated by a sense of dread and powerlessness. If you get a job in the field your superior empathy makes you prone to depression.
I wish i was a normie douche, at least i wouldnt feel sorry all the time

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I agree. I keep on getting banned for expressing my love. I'm tired of having to buy a burner sim from one zip code over.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Lol I empathize. Fricking miserable. Nothing is free of cruelty.

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    ITT conservatards going
    "if global warmins reel then why'd it snow yesterday trannies trannies tranniiiieeees i aint trustin no freakin science"

    There is an entire argument wrecking your shitty falsehoods
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_change_denial

    What do you gain from being wrong? Supporting the auto industry and energy industry that has made you a SERF totally dependent on them just to get food, make it to a doctor, hold a job, and have a social life?

    Well at least you live in a spread out hive instead of closer to people huh

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      they're useful idiots bankrolled by the koch brothers (check the relevant sections). every solution to climate change destroys a structure of social control and profiteering that primarily benefits guess who (every time).

      and don't forget the most useful idiot line of them all
      >Actually the israelites want us to believe in climate change so they can make us eat bugs!
      No, you don't seem to understand, beef is more profitable. If you ate bugs people would be farming that shit at home because it is piss easy and borderline free. The "jews" want you to eat beef. A lot of fricking beef. They want you to pay higher health insurance premiums. They want you to go to the doctor more often for more expensive treatments. They want you to struggle with walking. They want you to get in your car, that profited them from start to finish, drive to their store, and buy a shitload of beef, and they will warn you about the buggening just to get you stocking up.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Not a single prediction made about climate change has happened. It's pseudoscience. It is the definition of a pseudoscience. You could not get more pseudoscientific.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Not a single pop sci headline has been actual science
        Yes, you conservatives don't know anything but scientific american magazine.

        There are literal books written about exactly how you are wrong. Go suck more KOCH, conservatard. The oil industry will thank you as they poison your nearby water table while insisting that fracking is safe.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      they're useful idiots bankrolled by the koch brothers (check the relevant sections). every solution to climate change destroys a structure of social control and profiteering that primarily benefits guess who (every time).

      and don't forget the most useful idiot line of them all
      >Actually the israelites want us to believe in climate change so they can make us eat bugs!
      No, you don't seem to understand, beef is more profitable. If you ate bugs people would be farming that shit at home because it is piss easy and borderline free. The "jews" want you to eat beef. A lot of fricking beef. They want you to pay higher health insurance premiums. They want you to go to the doctor more often for more expensive treatments. They want you to struggle with walking. They want you to get in your car, that profited them from start to finish, drive to their store, and buy a shitload of beef, and they will warn you about the buggening just to get you stocking up.

      I'm not living in the pod.
      I'm not eating the bugs.
      I will own my own land.
      And I WILL be happy.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Actual unironic useful IMBECILE.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >t. Goypod dwelling, carless, cashless, terminal rentoid with no land, no hope, and no future

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >your superior empathy
    I take it you're a vegan, then.
    You wouldn't support the industrial-scale cruelty of factory farming, would you?
    You can't go around soliciting asspats for your sensitivity to animal suffering when you're actively causing animal suffering through your love of chicken tendies and chocolate milk.
    If you're not a vegan you're much more of a normie than you like to think you are.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      God made the animals so that we could eat them.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Vegans are normies and if you want to do this pearl clutching nonsense spectacle you should devote your life to working as much as possible to donate to virtuous causes (read: not shitposting on Wauf) using Peter Singer's proposition as a touchstone for your life. Wauf is a normie hobby.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Vegans are normies and if you want to do this pearl clutching nonsense spectacle you should devote your life to working as much as possible to donate to virtuous causes (read: not shitposting on Wauf) using Peter Singer's proposition as a touchstone for your life. Wauf is a normie hobby.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Peter Singers ideas have become a scam tp give clout to silicon valley con artists.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      You make me happy to show up on work this Monday. You get to come along rent free tomorrow.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      No i'm not vegan because it's unhealthy and my life is already miserable as it is without good food, although i refrain from eating fish. Also if i feel bad all the time and you don't, if i overthink and you don't, yes it does make me more empathic than you. I can assure you it's not a superpower, it's a fricking cross, do don't act offended.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I'm not vegan either. I eat fish and cheese and "free range eggs".
        But you're here jerking off in public and crying about how much animal suffering hurts your heart.
        You can make yourself feel better by quitting chicken and pork for starters. You can taste the factory-farmed cruelty, misery and despair in every sad, fatty mouthful.
        Or you can just go on actively perpetuating the same animal cruelty and suffering that you claim to be so upset about.
        It's up to you. It's a free country. For most of us humans, at least.
        >yes it does make me more empathic than you. I can assure you it's not a superpower, it's a fricking cross
        Self-serving bullshit. Shit or get off the pot.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >I must have a complete lack of criticism in order to be genuine
          Do you even read what you type. I know myself better than you and you still pretend it's the opposite. Self serving? What are you even suggesting, that i'm begging for attention? If i were i wouldnt say that i don't want to be empathic anymore, over and over again.
          Or are you just gatekeeping me into not eating animals anymore? That i can't do, i'm deeply sorry for them but i gotta eat. Plus i reason from an ecologist perspective, and wild animals will always outweight domestic animals in value. And as far as butchering is concerned, i'm not from one of those thirdie countries that kill slowly cause it's halal, so as long as the animal dies immediatly, which it usually does, i don't see any form of cruelty.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Are you a woman, or just really homosexual? This over emotional negative attitude and defeatist gloominess is the opposite of what a man should be. Buck up baby and enjoy the ride B)

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Shoulda specced into a generalist build. Specialists and one-trick ponies git gud.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Only if you're a goysloper

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >me, as an empath, feeling sad when i think about life dying 🙁

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Biosphere isn't "dying" it's just going through a mass species extinction. Thing is, you know what always, 100% without fail follows mass species extinctions? Species explosions as whatever "wins" a given niche post-die-out will then specialize and evolve.

    Sucks to lose cool animals because Indonesians cut down their forests to avoid abject poverty, Chinese won't stop eating everything, etc. But eventually there will be six hundred versions of European honey bee across the globe to replace all the extinct pollinators.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >mass species extinction
      There are many extinctions ongoing, but we are not facing a mass extinction event yet. That would imply that the bottom rung of the food web is gone and everything is really fricked.
      When the more robust animals and plants are dying en masse, then shit will actually be fricked.
      Until then, we're mostly just losing megafauna that can't share space and very niche species which were always in precarious positions. Which still sucks, because that's a lot of cool animals that will be gone for good when they die out and it will still damage the biosphere. Plus it's debatable if we'll even be alive by the time speciation starts blooming new replacements for old niches, because the entirety of human civilization has happened in a span of 10,000 years and that is a geological blink of an eye in the grand scheme of things. So when we tell ourselves "don't worry bro, there will be new species to come," that's going to happen long after anyone alive today and in the next few hundred generations of humans have died out.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        The worst thing to happen to conservation work was climate change alarmism. Takes a ton of funding that mostly subsidizes greenwashing, provides very little to no direct results in best case, and leaves a lot of people who would otherwise get involved too demotivated to try

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          The climate lobby is such a giant fricking scam and it's basically an entire industry in itself at this point, fueled by parties who don't actually give a shit about environmentalist causes. And they foster a cult attitude to boot, so if you question them, you're just branded as someone who doesn't actually care about the environment (even though you may have legitimate grievances like why the frick are we clearing part of a forest to put in these inefficient wind turbines).
          And it suck out all the oxygen in the room, so nobody wants to discuss issues which directly impact the environment like rampant and reckless land development or the landfill issue or the decline in water quality even in remote environments. We're listening too much to "what if sea levels rise in 40 - 50 years" that we're doing nothing to develop solutions for problems which are affecting our environments at present.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous
          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            say what you want but i'm currently experiencing the third unnaturally dry year in a row coupled with projected unnaturally hot summers. we're in a drought situation since 2021 and the last rain was a drizzle two weeks ago, and before that the last rains were almost a month before. i'm losing my fricking mind over it and morons like you brazenly being contrarians and refusing to aknowledge what the entire fricking scientific community has been saying for decades makes my blood boil.
            who are you anyway? meteorologists? modelists? ecologists? you're nobody. until you prove me you're right you'll still remain tinfoil hats, and nothing more.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              Cope and seethe. 3 years is nothing in the bigger picture. Cry your eyes out, but nature will find a way, you won't make the difference.

              3 years, now that's a statistic to hold on to and demand others to change their lives for. 3 years back to back, unnaturally dry. Same here man. It's been dry for a few years now. But underground water levels are rising- and the soil remains wet for longer.

              Nature and climate aren't preprogrammed to mirror your source's numbers. It changes, from year to year.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                The frick are you talking about? That's false, that's absolutely false. The soil has never been drier, with the asphalts preventing what little water comes from trickling in the aquifer. Plants are in serious stress and just in front of my house they cut 6 trees because they didnt survive the heat wave of the last year. You don't know shit, you just try to find excuses because you can't admit to yourself that you're wrong

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              That's funny because this past year has given my state more rain than I've seen in the past decade. Weather fluctuates, the only thing that isn't normal is "normal" weather. I don't doubt that climate change is happening to come extent, but you can't deny that the climate change alarmism has become a fricking commodity at this point. First world countries are not the problem, yet we spend billions trying to cut a fraction of a percentage of our emissions while China and India spews as much shit as they want into the air, and good luck trying to stop them. Meanwhile our rivers fill with trash. It's a joke.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                You profess yourself as experts yet ignore the fact that local carbon management greatly influences the weather on a regional scale. Yet you readily unsheathe your whataboutism and say "why improve when china and india are shitting the emipshere up?"

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                All I'm saying is the money could be used much more effectively doing other things instead of lining the pockets of alarmists. Like building nuclear power plants instead of wind turbines and solar panels, both of which require tons of land to be effective and require regular replacement.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              First of all, at no point did I say "climate change isn't real." What I have issue with is the bodies presiding over the current course of environmentalism due to their inefficiencies, their lack of oversight, their misplaced priorities, and their embedded corruption.
              Secondly, what a shitty example. A three year drought could be any number of factors. Regions experience environmental effects on a regular basis over the course of months or years. Your analog evidence could easily be countered by another person saying "the weather's been constant in my area for three years" or "it's been wet in my area for three years." And you have the fricking gall to ask for credentials when all you have is your own limited experience.
              Maybe instead of getting angry at people who don't even live in your area, you should question your local government's water policies, to whom all the local water sources are being allocated toward, and contemplate on that.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                That anon got properly fricked, gaped and utterly prolapsed by a high iq chad.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >"unnaturally hot summers"
              lmao, look at you with the goldfish memory. It's not even the hottest overall climate in the past 1000 years or the past 2000. Roman Warm Period, Medieval Warm period; it's almost like we're exiting an ice age or something.

              And then there's the fact this wasn't supposed to be a warm period. Back in the 70's and 80's the scientific consensus was that there was a 'coming ice age', due to various pollutants blocking sunlight. Why did they think this? Because smog in LA and London was a huge concern. Not everywhere, just major cities. But oh no, it's gonna destroy the planet. Of course, now those same theories are claimed by the current alarmist crowd to have never existed. That's right. Lenard Nimoy didn't narrate a whole segment on the coming ice age, oops wait I have the footage:

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                What we know about the roman summers is that they were rainy and tepid, it was the winters that became unusually mild for more than 700 years. Compared to today's weather when you have long periods of aridity with extreme phenomena inbetween, they are way more favourable.
                >muh goldfish memory
                Fricking moron a millennia is not even imaginable in the human brain for how long it is, it's fifteen human lifespans, and do you expect people to have invented thermometers and modeling software by the time of charles martel?

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                Dude, the entire argument of 'anthropogenic climate change' is that the climate is changing too rapidly for it to be natural. Meanwhile, we see wild swings in climate just across recorded history - which YES is a short amount of time. A drop in the bucket. But we're supposed to ignore that and focus exclusively on the here and now, ignoring every event and claim prior. That's the textbook definition of a pseudoscience. No debate, no skepticism, no alternative theories. Just 'listen and believe'.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                You know aside from the pic you posted what really grinds my gears are the 'record temperatures headlines' that go like
                >OMG for May the 23rd 35°C is the highest temperature on record!
                >like a new record for May you mean?
                >No, for the May the 23rd specifically
                Then you go to their data records and they cite a record that started in 2010. I mean I'm no denier but these overreactions are just youtuber tier.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >i'm losing my fricking mind over it
              did you have much of one to start with? if this post is any indication it sounds like you barely use the damn thing. can't have been that great of a loss. just find some different experts to trust.
              >brazenly being contrarians
              >makes my blood boil
              >who are you anyway?
              >you're nobody
              >tinfoil hats
              all meaningless tripe. completely serious btw. your outrage has as much impact as the social shame you seek to impart, which is to say basically nil. you don't touch on ANY of what actually matters to the people you've decided to be so upset with. your opinion means frickall. have some standards ffs.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                #1 rule for writing NPCs:
                The most mindless drone requires the rhetorical program of the freest thinker.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >baby's first drought
              wow... its not like that has happened in human history ever...

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            You don't want to throw the baby out with the bathwater though, climate change is still a big deal and needs to be addressed urgently. But it has at the same time overshaddowed other issues and been co-opted by frickers selling carbon credits and using it as a political tool. A real issue has been used to justify a scam.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >That would imply that the bottom rung of the food web is gone and everything is really fricked.
        This may happen if krill populations keep dropping

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          krill aren't the bottom of the food chain

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >boohoo humans wont be around to see the next great speciation event waaah
        Good. Get your anthropocentric worldview out of here.

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