When I was a kid, and drank milk, I broke my arm three times. After I grew up and stopped drinking milk (like humans should) I have (knock on wood) yet to break another bone.
I'd quit posting about this though, because I wouldn't put it past PETA to start breaking the arms of milk drinkers to prove a point.
Anyway, my philosophy of Animal Treatment is pretty consistant. If it's cute, (or even so-ugly-it's cute), then love it and kiss it and squeeze it and call it George. If it's not cute, eat it. Unless it's too gross to eat of course. Then just use it to feed the cute animals.
Expressing myself EVERY day - but especially on July 22, 2002!
Jean-Luc Godard is the man Roger Ebert is quoting. So the only way these people have to refute what Michael Moore is saying with his film is to attack him personally by saying that he hates America in another film. How is this right?