My tubes are clogged with veg*n videos, so rather than post each separately, behold this handy dandy video roundup!
Via Mary at Animal Person, Blinders: The Movie is now available online, in its entirety. I’m fairly certain it’s the full documentary, anyway; with a running time of 50 minutes, I haven’t yet had a chance to watch the whole film. Tonight, maybe, while the Mr. records his podcast.
Mary urges us to watch and circulate the video; please do!
Next up: those charlatans at the Humane Society of the United States. Even as they profit off the publicity that comes from their admirable dogfighting raids and rescues,
the HSUS actively campaigns to have these rescued dogs murdered. What a warped idea of “rescue,” eh?
Only tangentially related to veg*nism, this interview with Daniel Sperling – author of Two Billion Cars: Driving Toward Sustainability – is interesting nonetheless (and in spite of Jon Stewart’s less than stellar interviewing skillz).
Finally, a moment of levity via everyone’s favorite spinster aunt: an “odd video” … “wherein two members of the Chicken Justice League restore peace amongst the Bunnies”:
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