I’ve been posting my movie musings on Facebook for a few years now, much to the chagrin of true arbiters of taste. I tend to go see whatever film has been most obnoxiously hyped, marketed, and oversold in any given week…art films? Bah! Won’t find too many of those discussed here. And every once in awhile, I may review a TV show, theatrical production, record album, concert, or book (yeah, probably not too many of those)…and I may use this blog for some shameless self-promotion. Just a fair warning! Enjoy!
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The translation was from the late 60s by Eric Blau and Mort Shuman
I saw reintroduce the natural predators. We have messed up the ecosystem with our meddling - so what makes us think we know what we are doing with culling? If we hadn't already meddled, we wouldn't feel the need. I also have serious doubts about the line we've been fed from the DNR on this issue. I don't believe they are the problem we've all been led to believe. There are cheap devices we can put on each and every car that scare deer away.
thanks - it was well worth it - she is so poised - and the tickets were buy one get one free, so it ended up being $20 a piece. great seats too
nope, and if you read my review, you'd see I didn't include such information as I wasn't aware of it - if you are just trying to bait me, so be it. but I appreciate the info - thanks for sharing
I appreciate this thoughtful and gracious response. I've gotten a lot of grief from people who think "bacon!" is a reasonable response to this issue. I find the glib, classless, and reckless approach some people take to how animals are treated so troubling, and it makes me feel good that there are folks like you who share the same concerns.
no, I didn't feel that you called me out - and I agree with you about factory farming 110%. this activity bothers me because it is a public, celebrated activity (akin to propaganda) that further distances people from thinking about these animals as living creatures, thereby making factory farming even easier to get away with.