And then he died.
And then he died.
A grad school friend of mine's project - donate if you can!
Why are these cats in captivity?
Top-rated comment: "When students covered their eyes with their clothing, police forced open their mouths and pepper-sprayed down their throats. Several of these students were hospitalized. One of them, forty-five minutes after being pepper-sprayed down his throat, was still coughing up blood."
This is acceptable behavior? Toward peaceful protesters? This is something morally correct? I dare you to say it is."
I mean, there *are* reasons why gaming can and does provide personal and societal benefits--but this list is so skewed, shallow, and one-sided that it's farcical.
Yes, it's called a recession...not "the effect of the Obama administration".
My friend's new food, travel, and sustainability venture - should have lots of great tips and travel opportunities for foodies, Italianists, and locavores of various stripes.
Leave it to Fox to frame this issue entirely in "we pay so much, they pay so little" terms, and to mention essentially nothing about the operations of the WFP or the donations broken down by % of GDP.
You realize this is just a group of ads, right?
Call it what you will, but this is intentional self-delusion, plain and simple.
This is a more reasonable typology than most I've seen on the topic - I'm also an 'agnostic atheist', though, so maybe this just fits better with my beliefs.
This looks a lot like Cape Cod (or much of New England, really) - but you probably wouldn't recognize it for all the HDR saturation...pretty, though.
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Huzzah! It's a start, at least.
(Edit, re. nondairydreamer's comment) By definition, this movement is distinct from veganism. That's not to say that flexitarianism can't apply to both meat and dairy (it does for me), but if it were veganism it would be called veganism...which is something different.
The ethical bit depends on your ethics - from a consequentialist perspective, a billion flexitarians would have a substantially greater impact on animal use than a million vegans. From a deontological perspective, I can see where flexitarianism would be problematic.
I've finally got all my reads and reviews tagged and sorted...it took a long time, but now it's a handy reference for me. Here's my profile, if anyone wants to browse my favorite books, quotes, and genres: http://www.goodreads.com/surlyotter
You might think that, but it's easier said than done. My advice? At least first changing the fact that over 1 in 6 people on this planet lives on less than a dollar a day, the holocene mass extinction is radically changing the face of the planet, and our brutality towards man and animal is not becoming of civilized, let alone intergalactic, society. I guess this is what the cartoon was trying to say, but the trite oversimplification just doesn't work for me.
Kapka's right - this article needs to be, you know, read.