Kill It, Cook It, Get Uptight About It Paid Members Public
Yes, yes, I know I’ve fallen all silent again. My work load has hit the stratosphere and helping people at work to blog is leaving precious little time for personal blogging. However, I can’t resist pointing to a post entitled Kill It, Cook It, Eat It [http://www.
Animal Rights: Deadly games of childish politics Paid Members Public
The problem is, of course, that many of these activists live in little self-reinforcing circles of fanatical belief. Make no mistake, that’s what they are: fanatics who believe their own conviction puts them above the law. Certainly they show a fanatic’s contempt for the law. With no-one within
Beware the Fox Paid Members Public
Like Dan [http://danhon.com/ec/mtarchives/000584.shtml#000584] and Meg [http://meish.org/2003/07/24/recent-ponderings/], Lorna and I have to endure the sounds of foxes getting romantic several times a year. It really is just as bad as he makes it sound. They also dig up
Latest from the "we care more about animals than people" camp Paid Members Public
News about PETA’s latest campaign to get kids to cut up their parent’s credit cards, posted mainly for my wife’s interest. [via Dodgeblogium [http://www.andrewiandodge.com/archives/000080.html]] A Small Victory: from the peta-files [http://asmallvictory.net/archives/003949.html#003949]
Why hunting? Paid Members Public
Whatever you think of the issue of fox hunting, it still seems bizarre to me that we’re spending so much parliamentary time on it when the country’s social services and transport infrastructure are collapsing. If it’s really about animal cruelty, why aren’t we banning battery hens?