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.
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.
I've noticed that you often denigrate us people who try to defend animals from people like you who support any activity that involves animal-cruelty. You seem to especially take pleasure in defending the kind of abuses in agriculture which are repeatedly exposed by Mercy For Animals undercover investigators.
Your comment this week notwithstanding, I believe that your attacks against us vegetarians indicate that you think your armpits are hairier than mine, and that, by LOGICAL extension, you're convinced that your lifestyle choice as a fleshie makes you a better man than I am. If I'm correct, then I'm prepared to disabuse you of that crackpot notion by determining if you can keep up with me at the gym. As a sports writer, you must be quite an athlete and I could probably see my ass as a result of this 'challenge', but here's what let's do; since I see that you fancy yourself a gambler, the next attack that you feel you need to make, and if I happen to catch that particular column, I'll submit a wager to you that you'll find difficult to pass up.
By the way, the last letter I sent to you was when I was, in fact, still a PETA person, but now I align myself with Mercy For Animals.
Very good story. Arizona daily Star doesn't seem to have a handle on this.
Great column. I won't be getting vaccinated either, but it seems to make sense to use the hand-washing strategy for limiting risk. However, most of the patrons at LA Fitness think that's just a bunch of baloney. They move from one piece of equipment to the next without a moment's concern for themselves and others. Using the FREE wipes and sanitizer which are available throughout the facility is out of the question to the unwashed masses there.
I suspect they're the same folks who'll say we need to continue with completely unrestricted animal experimentation because "we need to find cures for duh-zeezes in yoomin beans."
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