Mar 12th 2009 11:04AM No, Bill, as thinking person, will have to differ with you.
If you truly believe that the only people that would consider fur immoral would be the usual "eco-terrorist at PETA" I think you would you would be sadly mistaken.
Using the argument that "people have been wearing fur for tens of thousands of years now" is the same "logic" that would suggest that “African-Americans have ridden in the backs of busses for years... We need to make the savages Christians for their own good… There is no such thing as man’s impact on the global climate…” Can’t the world’s thinking evolve?
And I hope that other PETA members (and I am proud to be one!) do “jump on” in an attempt to point out the inhumane practices of the "fur industry" and not just those in China. Death for vanity is still death for no reason. It makes no difference where it is sourced from.
Cruelty and death thankfully no longer equal style. Get with the times my friend.
Mar 10th 2009 12:58PM Fur???
My calendar says 2009.
He should be ashamed of himself STILL pushing fur down the runway and any nit wit that considers buying fur at this point should be as well. Someday we may evolve to the point where wearing fur ceases being “fashionable” and universally seen as the shameful and reprehensible behavior that it is.