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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    If we eat meat, the beasts bred to supply this meat have to be slaughtered. Far better in a well regulated UK slaughter house, than being pole axed and having their throats cut in some dirty, far off continental backwater. I come from a farming background and experienced many slaughter houses dealing with our stock over the years. Back in those days I never saw any slaughter men mistreating our animals, far from it; if one eats meat, an animal must die to provide same!
    I couldn't live without meat. My girlfriend & family are all vegetarian but dosent bother them that I eat it!
    Have to admit after seeing this I dont think I could ever do the killing myself, but sure love eating it!


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    In all my years on the forum; I don't think I've ever seen an abattoir!
    Nice work mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wombat View Post
    In all my years on the forum; I don't think I've ever seen an abattoir!
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    Thanks Wombat Im sure there has been! worth a look if u r around this way anytime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Thanks Wombat Im sure there has been!
    I am sure there was one in the dim and distant past. People seem to put certain facilities out of their mind or gloss over a report or article - in general life, not just this forum. Slaughter houses are one such facility.

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    Nicely positioned rolled up mag there BG preserving that women's erm, integrity, is that the right word??? The slaughterhouse workers may have become a little desensitised over the years so could have required a bit of soft porn and hard drugs to make them feel alive again?...I wonder if you are ever the same after that kinda job??? I dread to think what that long red thing with the latex glove over it was used for...I can't erase my thoughts

    Do you think Tina possibly died from a H&S accident as she couldn't get the correct hard hat on in time?

    An interesting yet thought provoking explore BG...I'm glad these places will soon be monitored by cctv bought in by law in the near future, I've seen some extreme sadistic cruelty by some twisted arseholes from covert cameras set up by people investigating these places, people need to be accountable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    Nicely positioned rolled up mag there BG preserving that women's erm, integrity, is that the right word??? The slaughterhouse workers may have become a little desensitised over the years so could have required a bit of soft porn and hard drugs to make them feel alive again?...I wonder if you are ever the same after that kinda job??? I dread to think what that long red thing with the latex glove over it was used for...I can't erase my thoughts

    Do you think Tina possibly died from a H&S accident as she couldn't get the correct hard hat on in time?

    An interesting yet thought provoking explore BG...I'm glad these places will soon be monitored by cctv bought in by law in the near future, I've seen some extreme sadistic cruelty by some twisted arseholes from covert cameras set up by people investigating these places, people need to be accountable.
    Had the conversation with a friend the other day discussing the mindset of the people who work here & agree its gotta leave a mental scar!
    i suppose its a "someones gotta do it" type of job!
    If u look on my flikr u get an idea of how much porn was there, it was difficult in some rooms to get a pic that that wasnt obscene!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    The slaughterhouse workers may have become a little desensitised over the years so could have required a bit of soft porn and hard drugs to make them feel alive again?...I wonder if you are ever the same after that kinda job??? I dread to think what that long red thing with the latex glove over it was used for...

    I've seen some extreme sadistic cruelty by some twisted arseholes from covert cameras set up by people investigating these places, people need to be accountable.
    Go into any really tough, all male working environment back then and you would have to climb over a mountain of porn to get into their break room or canteen. Docks, sewage works, slaughter houses and the old steel mills and forges of Sheffield etc, all had huge 'libraries' of porn!. One should also realise that people doing this type of work did not develop the 'mind set' on the job - you either have it or you don't. As for the covert camera brigade; years ago I was involved in the forensic analysis of the photographic evidence on a couple of cases. Proved without shadow of doubt that the so called 'investigators' were the ones carrying out the cruelty and providing false evidence film.

    The needles, syringes and plastic dildo are obviously the cast offs of the latest users of this place - the local drugged youth and the odd sexual experimenter!

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