In this episode of Flite Test, Josh, Josh and David have a holiday project for us! This is one lucky Thanksgiving Day turkey, who will be enjoying his last flight! Watch this episode to see how it turns out!
I like the plane. I don't like idea about corpse of the turkey. I'm not a vegan, not even a vegetarian, but when I'm eating a meat of other creature - I'm always thinking that this creature gave it's life so I can feed myself and I should be thankful for that. So playing like this with a dead animal doesn't appeal to me - it's un-humanitarian, and (even if I'm not really very religious) - un-christian to me. I think you are balancing on a very thin line here - line between a good and bad taste.
I don't like this episode and it made me feeling sorry about this turkey.
Then you would not like what the jet engine makers do with dead birds to make sure you are safe when flying in a modern passenger jet. They really do not want anyone to end up in the Hudson River. A dead bird is a dead bird.
"I will not be shaken, I will not be moved cause I carry the name of Jesus" ...it's a song we sing at my church, based off of Phil. 2:9-10 and Luke 10:17. It's become something of an anthem in our church and especially in our youth/young adult ministry after a friend of mine - who served in the ministry and was a fan of the song - was shot and killed a couple months ago. He lived - and died - exactly by what the song (and the scriptures) say. And he has since inspired the rest of the church to do the same