TWAT News: Beyond Meat COO Arrested For Biting Man’s Nose In Violent Rage

One of the main reasons that vegetarians give for their impractical diet is that it’s supposedly “violence and cruelty free”. If their role model is Dave Ramsey, the COO of Beyond Meat, they might want to find a new one, and quickly.

That’s because the COO was arrested after allegedly beefing with a motorist whose vehicle collided with his tire. During the alleged fight, during which Ramsey punched through the back windshield of a Subaru, Ramsey bit the nose of the driver, ripping flesh from the tip of their nose. He also supposedly made terroristic threats.

For most COOs, to go completely feral like this would be at least a little unusual.

Ramsey had previously worked for Tyson Foods. The stock value of current company, Beyond Meat, fell by 73% just this past year. In the last three years, the market value of Beyond Meat fell from $13.4 billion to $1.09 billion, which is no surprise considering that nobody wants to eat his bullshit fake meat. Except maybe vegetarians.

Does anyone else notice how vegetarians love to pretend to eat the things they don’t allow themselves to? Otherwise, why is there a market for vegetables that have been shaped into fake meats that don’t have the same nutritional value as the foods that they attempt to imitate?

If vegetarians think it’s wrong to eat meats, why do they work so hard to make themselves some fakes?

My guess is that there is a primal side to them that they’ve been working hard to ignore. They want to belong, and one of the ways that people bond with one another is over food. Yet, that’s hard for them to do when they insist on rejecting what most people eat. They have appetites consistent with the hunter-gatherer specie that humans are, but fail to requite these appetites with the nutritional requirements of omnivores.

Over time, as this primal side is repressed and denied a healthy outlet, their appetites build to the point where they boil over, and they attempt to satisfy their urges with any target that’s available. Such as the nose of another motorist, for example.

Thus, one of the reasons why meat eaters are safer to be around is that they have a healthy outlet for their primal sides. And let’s be honest here, humanity has certainly not adapted out of needing to eat meat for nutrients.

But as for vegetarians, there’s no telling when they might flip out, drop the act, and decide that meat is back on the menu. And they might be willing to take it from anywhere they can get it.

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