February 03, 2012
An Eye for a Guy

Here’s a heartwarming tale from Connecticut, formerly known as “The Nutmeg State.” Nowadays we mostly drop the “meg” part. To see why, let’s drop in on Tyree Smith.

“Studies show that vegetarian meals can reduce violence among offenders — and if anyone needs a reduction in violence, it’s someone who (allegedly) killed and ate another human being,” said PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk. “PETA can help New Haven Correctional Center introduce a menu of bean burritos instead of burgers and so save many lives.”

Lindsay Rajt, PETA’s associate director of campaigns, said in the letter: “If Smith did, in fact, kill Angel Gonzalez and eat parts of his body, that would demonstrate a disturbing taste for flesh.”

“Opting to feed him only vegan foods and denying him meat (flesh) could diminish such a tendency and thus potentially help protect staff and neighboring inmates,” Rajt reasoned.

“In fact, a meat-free meal plan could benefit all your other inmates too,” Rajt added.


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Posted by Jerome Doolittle at February 03, 2012 10:57 AM
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Perhaps PETA sould first concern itself with much of our ordinary citizenry, particularly that portion which still regularly dines upon another portion of the same citizenry which no longer believes in the legitimacy of its empire, as might be observed upon understanding those who enojoy dining upon the rotted carcas of an elephant.

No. that analogy doesn't work but there's one in there somewhere.

Posted by: Buck on February 3, 2012 2:49 PM
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