I can send a -pile-, er testing sample of the recycled turkey I ate
yesterday to any lawyer who wants to file a class action on behalf of
the Turkey Bill of Rights ... but they'll have to hurry.
What? You can't save it?
Dave in Texas
I was listening to a talk show show Wed. and they we're deep frying
turkeys to aution off for charity. The guy who was cooking had his 13
& 14 year old daughters there who had raised them. The host asked
them if it bothered them to see them getting offed and cooked. They
just giggled and said nah tastes too good. I'd much rather eat an
animal raised the whole time on the farm then one that's been through
a feed lot. I've got sympathy for animals that go thru that process.
Yes, it has been observed that when things come down to choices for
people or for nature, nature usually loses--just look out your window
and imagine how it looked 100 years ago.
I have heard that Cows has a pretty good bill of rights plan in India.
If someone would like to set up something here to protect some deer, I
wouldn't object. From what I have heard, the native americans had alot
respect for nature--but we kicked them the hell off *our* property! I'm
sure not before a lot of soul-searching though.
Was the hide of the two eliminated deer discarded as a matter of
convenience? We are a wasteful lot.
I can't see anyone elses property from my window, still have native
vegetation and forest, and I still get deer, bear, and cougars passing
thru. If you like small dogs you better keep them in. We suspect the
owl has had some good eating.
From a Dilbert cartoon
Pointy-haired boss (PHB) - "I went hunting over the weekend and shot a
Secretary: "That doesn't sound like you. What am I missing?"
PHB: "It had a saddle."
Secretary: "And there it is."
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