KFC, zinger. Aussie KFC is way better than American KFC
it’s like atherosclerosis on a plate. I enjoy my once every 3 monthly KFC very much though
I’ve never worked in a slaughterhouse (although I’d be happy to work at one part time as like a janitor as for my age the pay isn’t bad), but where I live I have seen cows hauled onto trucks to be taken away, I’ve seen cows (not where I live, but elsewhere), standing in line outside the slaughterhouses (they appear visibly distressed, as if they know what’s about to happen to them), I’ve physically interacted with cows, horses etc, and I’ve seen documentaries like earthlings for some reason. None of it has convinced me to go vegetarian.
I certainly do “feel” for the animals and I do with many of these facilities were less cruel (and I do try to purchase free range eggs, meat, organic, locally produced stuff) however when I go to a resteraunt/ fast food I know this isn’t the case. However I don’t think anything could ever convince me to never eat a hamburger/meat again.
If what went on inside slaughterhouses was more visible though we would have a much larger public outcry about the treatment of animals, it all goes on behind closed doors in large, walled off buildings so the public doesn’t have to see the atrocities committed against the animals on a daily basis. My brother (twin, but fraternal, as in he’s about half a foot taller than I, very thin and pale and we don’t get along at all) is vegetarian, and fair game, I actually respect his decision on that particular issue… But when he tries to take the moral high ground for not eating meat I want to give him a smack lolz.