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From: Mark Rifkin (pool-151-196-249-249.balt.east.verizon.net)
Subject:         Re: D'oh! Forgot to ask my Q....
Date: December 13, 2005 at 11:51 pm PST

In Reply to: D'oh! Forgot to ask my Q.... posted by Savannah on December 13, 2005 at 3:24 pm:

Savannah,

I agree with Fireshifter. In addition, some program staff and classmates (such as mine) have never encountered a real live vegetarian before. It does present positive opportunities for veg'n education.

It also presents opportunities in learning tolerance, patience, discretion and humility. And yes, one does have to smell, and at some point, touch and handle animal parts. But, disgusting as it was, I figure I can save 100 times more chickens than the two dozen or so I was instructed to prepare during my internship. So, get a clothespin for your nose :) swallow your pride and emotions and deal with it. It too shall pass, and you can then go out and save thousands of chickens not yet killed.

Mark Rifkin

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