I've been eating this food for years and I love it. There are simply no reasons to have animals killed to gratify a whim for good eats.
Actually, it's good that fewer students are considering teaching. It's a career with no future, given how little there is that CAN'T be learned by using a simple phone or tablet. Classroom teaching will go the way of travel agents, realtors and even banking, as soon as someone devises a better system than bitcoins.
I'm hoping that the local celebrities aren't taking the 'ice bucket challenge' out of ignorance and a need to feel trendy. The ALS industry admits to funding vivisection, but details as to the exact kinds of experiments are lacking. All I've seen is a 'trust us' position from them and an assurance that the vivisections adhere to "National Institutes of Health guidelines".
Those 'guidelines' amount to NOTHING. Literally ANYTHING can and is being done to animals in laboratories and the ONLY limits are the imagination of the vivisector and how deft he/she is at gaming the system out of some of the BILLIONS of dollars that their fellow vivisectionists lavish upon them.
This 'fest' is grotesque. Mercy For Animals undercover investigators have exposed the atrocities being committed against pigs, cows and chickens in EVERY animal -exploiting enterprise in which they've been successful at planting an agent.
I'm glad that you appreciated 'Ed Wood'; a movie which, like 'the Big Lebowski', I'm afraid I know every line of.
I'm wondering of there's such a thing as a 'gentlemen's agreement' about which films to avoid reviewing or publicizing. "The East" has gotten great reviews from non-advertising-dependent sources, but because of the subject matter, is it being ignored by reviewers who've been ordered to let it die?
In my first comment, It possible that I was too uncharitable toward Mr. Danehy.
I agree with you, Doggirl. The feds are steamrolling over dissent in this country, as can be seen in the segment in "Behind The Mask" wherein local police and the FBI swarm into John Feldman's home.
And, as you mentioned, the ag-gag laws that are being passed by states, including the current campaign in New Hampshire, to criminalize MFA-style private investigations are making it easier for abusers to hide their atrocities from us. Unfortunately, the advertising-dependent media refuse to report on this advancing shadow on the land.
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