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Monny
Monny is on page 22 of 326
Jun 28, 2016 04:42PM Add a comment
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Blake Roche
Blake Roche is on page 106 of 326
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 234 of 326
The results of animal research can provide strong nevidence that animals should NOT be used for research (measured cognition, pain, etc). That's certainly a conundrum.
May 14, 2016 05:50PM Add a comment
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 224 of 326
The Animal Welfare Act of 1966 specifically excludes rats of one specific genus (Rattus), mice of one specific genus (Mus), and all birds (BIRDS!). HOW ARBITRARY. It also presumably excludes cold-blooded reptiles/amphibians! AIGO. Seems like something I could research.
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 199 of 326
This whole section was correlation (as compared to causation). 'Body image concerns coincide with veganism in teens and young adults.' Okay. Logical. What else? You didn't even prove that veganism is used as a cover for eating disorders.
May 14, 2016 12:24PM Add a comment
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 193 of 326
Want more on: the increasing popularity of chicken and corresponding decreasing popularity of beef.
May 14, 2016 12:04PM Add a comment
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 182 of 326
Whoa, whoa, whoa: The theory that humans started spicing meats to kill harmful microbes/bacteria definitely deserves more attention too.
May 14, 2016 10:25AM Add a comment
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 179 of 326
Are you implying that more meat in our first was one of the reasons humans were able to grow bigger brains? Don't be coy with such a huge claim! Explore it fully or don't mention it at all.
May 14, 2016 10:14AM Add a comment
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 166 of 326
First exposure to the nuances of cockfighting. Surprising.
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A Tisbear
A Tisbear is on page 111 of 326
Skimmable, put-downable
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amy kara
amy kara is on page 205 of 326
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Amara
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Tamara
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Pers
Pers is on page 163 of 326
This book, how much more offensive and poorly researched can it get? We have a shortage of dogs thanks to spay/neuter?! Referring to men who like animals and women who hunt as "gender benders"?! Stating that dogs were domesticated when a wife cavewoman got all googly-eyed over the wolf the husband caveman was going to kill?! I don't get how my AR friends think this is a pro-AR book at all or even an intelligent one
Feb 23, 2016 01:15PM Add a comment
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