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Why do not people eat people who are already dead?

Posted in Working Mothers on 20th April 2013

Why do not people eat people who are already dead?
Yes, I * get * it would be immoral to actually kill a man to get him or her to eat. But why do not more people eat the flesh of the people who have died of natural causes? I do not know how that would eat differently than beef or pork. It’s red meat off an already dead body Best Answer (s):.

response of L We would all be zombies, plus there is hardly any meat on old people

Reply ghostwolf
good it is. looked on by society but speak from a survivalist point of view I would have no problem doing it

Reply by lori blake
I totally get what you say And some cultures do. But we have already so ingrained to believe this is wrong and gross. And it’s kind. You know what I mean? Seriously. Could really eat a hamburger made from your grandmother?

reply by Connie
I think you are sick

Reply Jesko
its yuck.

Reply by Cutie
ew

response from Kiss me Kate
ummm, remember, you never ask sitting cat ….

response from Mr. Ree
I think that is called necro-cannibalism, or so necrophagy etwas.Persönlich cremation should not me, barbecue. 😉 Cannibalism seen as very negative effect for people to participate in most, but not all cultures. People love other people, connected with them, and fear of death. Most people would never embrace cannibalism, except perhaps in extreme and desperate cases, such as on an icy mountain or stranded in the wilderness. Why? Generally people because you want to be “eat someone’s baby / brother / sister / mother.” The lives of those giving them a nice end of life ceremony, like a funeral and burial lost value, it would probably seem a bit irreverent, a from person to person experience of life that has grown and developed learned, reduce, loved, laughed and hated … only one meal, and a bit of an unsavory idea that you wait on this board just waiting to be leftovers. o.oDer success of meat at one point, I think, was that it was a filling source of protein that gather by hunting do you have to increase not for months as a crop or walking all over the place. Well, that’s all you need to do is go to the supermarket to pick up and cook whatever meat you like, but a lot of people would probably be through with the slaughter of a harmless, are adorable shot that they had to work put into operation for lifting a very long time.


Can a mother file for direct child support when the father is already paying indirect child support?

Posted in Child Support on 2nd January 2012

Can a mother file for direct child support when the father is already paying indirect child support?
Originally in the custody papers, it said that the mother and the father should split the costs for the children evenly. Therefore, for the past 3 years, my husband and I have been paying for half of his two children’s tuition, uniforms, books, etc. On top of that, we pays for 100% of karate classes, 100% of cheerleading, 100% of basketball, and 100% of school registration fees, just to name a few. Recently, we found out that the children’s mother has not been paying any of her half of the mandatory expenses; her mother has… Her mother is very controlling and wants so bad to be the kids’ mother. She is mentally unstable and is in debt above her head. We have no idea how she is able to pay for everything. Well, the children’s mother is finally in agreement to find a way to get her mother out of the kids’ life but is afraid she will “cut her off” (the grandmother also supports the kids’ mother). So, she is wanting us to start paying her “child support.” If she took us to court for direct child support, how likely is it that we will have to pay HER money when he already pays indirectly?

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Answer by Kathi S
Yes none of what you have mentioned except maybe the tuition would be considered as part of child support. Child support is to feed house and clothe the child, what he has been paying for is extras. If he has receipts for everything he has paid for it may help a bit,but if the mother has been receiving any state help he is going to owe the full support.

8 months old should not have much of milestones for his age he already achieved. Should I concerned?

Posted in Babysitting on 20th November 2010

question by Tanya : 8 month old baby has not a lot of milestones for his age he should already achieved. Should I be worried?
My 8 month old Cameron seems to be far behind as far as milestones are concerned. As such, he just started “sitting” alone, but still not successful, as he would tumble over if he excited. He will not crawl or pull himself to stand, and does not seem to Standing even if I held it up to comfortable. He did not move, he does not even try to step. Hes not good with a solid food. And he just started rolling from back to belly. I wonder, do I seem to make any of these concerns? My 8 month old Cameron far behind as far as milestones are concerned. As such, he just started “sitting” alone, but still not successful, as he would tumble over if he excited. He will not crawl or pull himself to stand, and does not seem to Standing even if I held it up to comfortable. He did not move, he does not even try to step. Hes not good with a solid food (like Cheerios and stuff. Pureed vegetables and fruits that hes ok with.) And he just started rolling from back to belly. I wonder, do I make of any of these concerns? Sorry to repeat my first question, I have tried to add that he does do good w / solids such as Cheerios and such. the puree’s are ok.Vielleicht I should stop comparing him with my daughter because I know that all children develop differently. I was right there when my daughter was 6 months in question along, go from a laying to sitting position and pull to stand up (they achieved all this in 2 weeks), and alone at 9 mths (even though they do not walk up to 16 mths . shes 19 mths now) … so that Cam 8 mths, I thought he was behind Best Answer.

response of Jayden’s Mama
every baby is different and he will do it at his own pace. dont worry.


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