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June 29th, 2012
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Life on Earth
A few minutes ago, I was reading the LA Times newspaper (from last Thursday, which is still sitting here on my table, front page with headline "Is foie gras ban force-feeding?") and I found this article interesting because (IMO) it is about several issues which are colliding: freedom, human rights, animal rights, sustainable living, government regulation and (only hinted at... and maybe only in my imagination) the evolution of human society.

With foie gras ban, chefs say state is force-feeding morality
- A law against serving the fatted liver of ducks and geese goes into effect (in LA) on Sunday. As some restaurants host farewell dinners, a gaggle of chefs, farmers and connoisseurs sees it as a feather-headed intrusion on culinary freedom.
June 27, 2012|By Jonathan Gold | Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic

I want to share my thoughts on this... but first let me ask you two questions:
- Do you want to share your thoughts on this article?
- Do you want to know my thoughts?

Current Location: LA, CA, USA
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful
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Date:June 30th, 2012 01:00 am (UTC)


Sure, you being you and me being me, of course i want to hear your thought that you think important enough to share.
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Date:September 11th, 2012 03:05 am (UTC)
Sorry I didn't reply sooner... and since I must log-off in a few minutes to go meet my wife, I only have time to say/write: "Hi... I hope you are well... I will write you again ASAP... but don't hold your breath!!!!" ;-)
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