[Carol J.] Adams then argues that this is a way to distract us from the fact that we are eating the flesh of an animal that has been killed for us.
turbid dahlia: Why is there even a road there? Why aren't there alternative crossings for the creatures, where they will be safer?
the young rope-rider: Yes, living a life in captivity and then being slaughtered, frequently without pain, is not better than a miserable life in the wild.
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