vegan vs mold removal

A Vegan Says Mold Removal, like Eating Meat, is “Murder”

Perhaps it’s a natural social reaction to lack of proteins as the population gets bigger, but veganism is on the rise and there’s nothing we can do to stop it. They love animals even more than vegetables, which is why they only eat vegetables. There’s many other reasons why they choose not to eat meat and many personal reasons why they refuse to believe the science that tells them mankind is supposed to eat meat and that we’ve been eating meat healthily without any problems for millions of years thanks to ancient hunting. Anyway, this won’t be an article bashing vegans for their uneducated choices in nutrition, but it will be a commentary on one anonymous vegan who, on social media last Tuesday, after contacting one of our social group pages, rambled on and on about how the mold removal industry is, quote, “murder”.

We’re still not sure if this individual was trolling or serious, but he got at least a dozen other people in the social media group to believe them. Before this turns into a viral conflict, we here at the wilderness living blog of West World Canada want to talk about the mold removal industry, at least in Victoria BC, to explain why it’s important for homeowners to get mold removed from their home.

Vegans who love all forms of life, even mosquitos and moss, might look at mold and see beautiful life. I can respect that. But what they don’t see, especially if they don’t have a home of their own, is all the damage that this pesty “beautiful life” is doing to their home and body when they breathe in its spores. Certain kinds of mold, like the kinds that love to grow in your attic or under your floorboards, are a natural enemy of our respiratory system. So if you want to hug it, it would be actively trying to kill you, unlike a tree or other forms of “beautiful life”.

What the Mold Removal Victoria BC Professionals Say

To validate these facts, one of our authors went to mouldremovalvictoria.com and got in touch with a mold remediation expert at Victoria Mould Removal. After we tell you what they said and you still don’t believe us, try calling them yourself at (250) 800-5626. When they picked up the phone, we told them we just have a question to ask and they, fortunately for us, seemed obliged to answer.

My first question was “would you support a ‘Save the Mold’ movement if it was run by famous justice warriors?” They answered, “Absolutely not.” My next question was, “If someone in town needed a mold removal Victoria BC service, what are the top 3 reasons you would give them for ordering this service as soon as possible?”

And here is their answer: “There’s two major reasons, first of all. Mold actively damages your home, the more so as it goes untreated. Eventually, it will become so bad that your home will become a literal deathtrap, unlivable and unsafe. That’s why we must often wear serious suits to prevent exposure to mold spores when doing our job, depending on the type and extent of the mold.

“The second major reason why we’d recommend getting a mold removal Victoria BC service as soon as possible is your own health. I don’t have time to explain it to you today, but go read up on how serious this is. Mold doesn’t like you, except for the few healthy strains that are actually good for you found in our fermented foods and suchlike.

“And if I were to give a third reason it would just be stressing the first two again. No price is too high for your health, and here in Victoria BC we should be grateful we have dedicated mold removal companies to protect us–companies who really know their science and that we look up to and respect as the new guys on the block.”

To be fair, I didn’t learn anything new from their explanation, and you might not believe me when I recall what they said, but all you need to do is your own research. Do not take this blog post as evidence. Do your own research and hopefully vegans will no longer cry “Save the Mold!”

Disclaimer: We’re very, very sorry if any vegans were offended by this blog post. We are purely trying to provide education and explanations. We our friends with many vegans. However, we highly recommend that you watch the documentary “Fat Fiction” and repair your diet.

Thank you.

banning hunting as a sport

Will Hunting as a Sport still Exist in 100 Years?

Compared to now and 50 years ago, especially after the environmental movements of the ’70s, hunting has become less and less appropriate and ethical. Opinions for and against this are numerous and I could easily share my own, but I’d rather like to avoid opinion and ask the question: Will hunting as a sport still be around in 100 years?¬†Hunting as a means of survival will always exist, unless for some reason we totally wipe away all wildlife and have to resort to farming absolutely everything. That is unlikely to happen, but I would go as far to say that even within the next 20 years hunting as sport may be completely illegal in many areas.

It’s easy to see why environmentalists and zoologists are calling hunting unethical, especially as we see such things as rhino poachers and various extinctions. Even in medieval times there were hunting regulations. Forgetting the king’s wardens and verderers, even lords with their own private land would hire woodwards to make sure strangers weren’t killing the dear and boar in their forests. We can notice how these regulations slacken in areas where authority has trouble reaching out its hand, like in North America when invaders were going mad over beaver and bison for the fur trade. We can argue that hunting regulations may have been a good thing in this case. Today many rednecks and hillbillies across America would laugh in the face of banning hunting as an idea let alone a practice. They, too, have their reasons which make sense. They hold the conservative assertion that all the land has to offer belongs to man and his exploits to benefit from.

As the majority of young people in universities are leaning leftward (can we really blame them for doing so?), partly through the ranting of their teachers and partly through the empirical view of the world’s affairs, we can use our imagination to see where things might lead as these young people grow old and take positions of power in our regulation-setting offices. If sport hunting continues at the rate it does now, more extinction warnings may come about in the future than if by chance we tightened the belt of regulation. Often the case is that some animals need to be hunted to save the lives of other animals and crops. Sometimes dear populations can rise too high in areas, which leads to many consequences, but ultimately these dear populations aren’t rising because we’re not hunting enough but because we’re hunting too many wild cats which hunt dear naturally. So in a way hunting as a solution to over population is extremely paradoxical.

I would not be surprised if even fishing as a sport or hobby becomes illegal in the near future.¬†It’ll be a hard fact for many forest-dwellers to accept, but then again so is the fact that our precious lakes are needing man-set spawns in order to keep them populated with fish in the first place. If I wanted to set my opinion into this discussion I would go on for hours about why hunting as a sport should’ve been made illegal a long time ago. The only legitimate excuse people who like to hunt other than “it’s fun”¬† have to save their precious hobby is the rise of dear populations. But there are better solutions to handling the consequences of too many dear than by killing them. Even the medieval people had a solution for this–the “dear leap.”

With that said though I find sport hunting very fun, and since it isn’t illegal you can catch me hunting in the woods now and then. But don’t be surprised when you see laws going through office asking if hunting should be banned in the near future. There are more reasons why it should be banned than reasons why it shouldn’t be.

Now I’d like to hear what your opinion is, just out of curiosity. If you have something to say about this, please leave a comment or contact us today.

Thanks for reading! We’re here to keep the forests healthy, whatever it takes!