ALF's Campaign Against Fast Food in Mexico

Critter News

Every time I go to Bite Back Magazine , I'm struck by how many times ALF activists in Mexico have targeted fast food outlets. 15 - Spilled paint at KFC They have hit other types of targets, but it seems like the number of attacks on fast food restaurants has gone up in the month of October. I suppose they are easy to get at. Here is just a brief summary: Oct. 24 - They left some sort of awful smelling liquid at a KFC Oct. 21 - Arson at a Burger King Oct.

Southwest Primate Center "Celebrates" 10 Years

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By destroying the health of baboons with fast food. Fast food is bad for you? Without giving away the name so we don't get sued, we modeled the diet after a fast-food value meal,” Comuzzie said Thursday at a 10th birthday celebration for the Southwest National Primate Research Center, which maintains the foundation's massive colony of baboons, monkeys and chimps.

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Roger Scruton on the Duty to Eat Meat

Animal Ethics

The lifestyle associated with the Sunday roast involves sacrifices that those brought up on fast food are unused to making—mealtimes, manners, dinner-table conversation and the art of cookery itself. A great number of animals owe their lives to our intention to eat them.

Komen and KFC: A Match Made in Hell

Critter News

It's fast food and it is unhealthy. The more fattening food you eat, the more money goes to cancer research. I am not a fan of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Aside from their support of animal research, I have enountered them in my line of work and find them corporate, condescending, and self-righteous. However, I can hardly believe that they would actually partner with KFC (KFC!!!) for cancer research. It's not just a question of animal rights.

On "Food Inc."

Animal Person

Here's the idea you have to get used to when it comes to Food Inc.: Now, if you can get beyond that, and if you haven't read Pollan and Schlosser and seen King Corn and The Future of Food (both of which are far more thorough on gentically-modified food, corn and Monsanto), you might actually learn something. I tweeted that according to Grist 's " Should You See Food Inc.? If there's a lesson in Food Inc., (Sigh.)