Jonathan Safran Foer ( Summary ) Eating Animals



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  1. says:

    This isn't as much of a review of Jonathan Safran Foer's latest book as it is a reaction to it a reaction to the reactions of others even The title of this book garners a reaction from people who haven't read it and who may never read it Just carry Eating Animals around for a few days and you'll understand There's an assumption that a book about eating animals is going to tell you that it is in some way wrong to eat a

  2. says:

    TO SERVE MANi can't review this book can't even finish it the page count to tears shed ratio is just too high and

  3. says:

    EVERYONE should read this book I don't think I've ever read something so important Starting from a neutral standpoint on the matter Safran Foer answers the uestion of whether he and his family should eat meat Ap

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    I am not a vegetarian Honestly I've never even tried to be a vegetarian at any point in my life I love steak I love bacon I love sushi I could go on but you get the ideaWith my son not being able to have any sort of gluten or artificial coloring in the food he eats I've always thought I was doing good by stopping by the actual farmer's stand to get fresh eggs and some fruit veggies one benefit of living in a small hick town and t

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    Should we stop eating animals? To my mind the answer to this uestion is very plain and very straightforward; it does not reuire much thought or calculation the answer is of course yes We should stop We should have stopped a long time ago but it is very difficult for an entire population to break a habit that is

  6. says:

    I was torn how to rate this book It isn’t perfect I noted many flaws in its comprehensiveness but it’s amazing enough so 5 stars it isI’ve read so many books such as this but none for a while and it’s because readi

  7. says:

    i've long flirted with vegetarianism for a few months in the early '00s i even dated her but i'd never truly wanted to spend all of my time with her send her flowers or introduce her to my parents and everyone i've ever cared about until i read this bookfoer claims early on that he hasn't set out to write a boo

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    I don’t mean this dismissively but I feel like I finally get what Charlton Heston meant when he cried out “Soylent Green is people It’s peeeeople” Just I don’t know That movie’s pretty silly but I keep walking around th

  9. says:

    Hear are my thoughts in order as I was reading this book1 OMGOMFG2 Crapnow I'm a vegatarian3 I can never have my

  10. says:

    I realize I finished this book 10 days ago and have not rated itand I also can't stop thinking about it There's a lot I could say about this

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Comment traitons nous les animaux ue nous mangeons Convouant souvenirs d'enfance données statistiues et arguments philosophiues Jonathan Safran Foer interroge les croyances les mythes familiaux et les traditions nationales avant de se lancer lui même dans une. TO SERVE MANi can t review this book can t even finish it the page count to tears shed ratio is just too high and my head s not in the right place for this shit and talk about preaching to the choir i haven t read jonathan safran foer s novels and fuckoff what he s ever written or what he ever will write he s a great man for this book alone he s a great man by default perhaps because most people are such evil and miserable cunts but no set apart from a race of miserable cunts he s still a great man the problem really with hitler and stalin and mao and all those other guys is not what they did but what they didn t do a bad case of extreme short sightedness they set their crosshairs on specific targets when what they really should have gone after was the destruction of the entire human race logistically i know this is problematic you need to start small but i can dream eh if i found a magic lantern before the genie uttered and your first wish can t be for a million wishes i d already have made my only wish that every human being on the planet be instantly transformed into a dog except for me and rosario dawson or marisa tomei decades of silence and masturbation and i d probably end up throwing myself off a bridge after a week long romp with a border collie and i d hang out with all of em i d toss a few hundred dogs into a swimming pool and do laps i d play tag in forests with em i d take em swimming in oceans and lakes and then i d retire to my cabin start a fire pour myself and rosario a cold beer stuff about 3 or 4 hundred dogs into a large room and me and my woman d take a long nap withon them the human race is capable of such beauty and goodness and life is not easy there s little clarity it s seldom easy to know what is truly right or wrong but factory farms the torture and intense suffering of creatures weaker than us no brainer and all the war and peaces all the mona lisas all the moonlight sonatas all the oskar schindlers and MLKs cannot possibly justify what we ve done to one another what we ve done to the planet we inhabit and most offensively to the rape and utter destruction of the animal kingdommy dream scenario as a result of the evil actions perpetrated on animals a variant of swine or bird flu gets ultra deadly goes airborne and wipes us all out yes we have reached the point in which the kanamits should come and serve us we ve earned it and we should know what it s like to be on the other end as human beings we simply must lie to ourselves about much but not about this it is not necessary but we do and for what for the least interesting of our five senses because stuff tastes good we tolerate factory farms because stuff is yummy evil and miserable cunts do i sound too angry hyperbolic unstable juvenile like some blood throwing PETA nut am i not going to convince anyone with this tone good i don t want to convince anyone i just want the human eradicating disease to come and come soonand if considering a vote for this review understand that it s almost totally certain that if i knew you i d wanna toss you in a woodchipper keep your vote miserable cunt Drunk on the Moon can t review this book Der ganze weg can t even finish it the page Rich Habits Poor Habits count to tears shed ratio is just too high and my head s not in the right place for this shit and talk about preaching to the El Metal choir i haven t read jonathan safran foer s novels and fuckoff what he s ever written or what he ever will write he s a great man for this book alone he s a great man by default perhaps because most people are such evil and miserable The Ichneutae of Sophocles, with Notes and a Translation Into English, Preceded by Introductory Chapters Dealing with the Play, with Satyric Drama, an cunts but no set apart from a race of miserable Kana Pict-o-Graphix cunts he s still a great man the problem really with hitler and stalin and mao and all those other guys is not what they did but what they didn t do a bad Sienkiewicz. 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Se penche sur les derniers vestiges d'une civilisation ui respectait encore l'animal Chouant drôle inattendu ce livre d'un des jeunes écrivains américains les plus doués de sa génération a déjà suscité passions et polémiues aux Etats Unis et en Europe. Hear are my thoughts in order as I was reading this book1 OMGOMFG2 Crapnow I m a vegatarian3 I can never have my favorite Mongolian Chicken from Mings again snifYes in that order I have not eaten meat since half way through this book Will it stick I hope soNot only the mind numbing crulety of the factory farms which is plenty and the enviormental damage they cause but the shear crap they feed the animals did it for me H1N1factory farms traced back to a hog farm in one of the Carolinas They feed them antibiotics in every meal That is how the resistant strains of bacteria are bornnow they are using Cipro which the medical community screamed out against But the farm lobbies were strongermost chickens and turkeys can t naturally reproduce anyWhat They have been so geneticly altered that they can t reproduceeeww They can t even walkThe author made the statement that if this was 60 years ago he would probably eat meat But things have changed with factory farming for the worse People want really cheap meatwell you get what you pay for Sex Toys 101 civilisation ui respectait encore l'animal Chouant drôle inattendu The Joy in Business ce livre d'un des jeunes écrivains américains les plus doués de sa génération a déjà suscité passions et polémiues aux Etats Unis et en Europe. Hear are my thoughts in order as I was reading this book1 OMGOMFG2 Crapnow I m a vegatarian3 I Stuffed can never have my favorite Mongolian Chicken from Mings again snifYes in that order I have not eaten meat since half way through this book Will it stick I hope soNot only the mind numbing Cotas Claim crulety of the factory farms which is plenty and the enviormental damage they The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, cause but the shear Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) crap they feed the animals did it for me H1N1factory farms traced back to a hog farm in one of the Carolinas They feed them antibiotics in every meal That is how the resistant strains of bacteria are bornnow they are using Cipro which the medical Fakers, Forgers Phoneys community screamed out against But the farm lobbies were strongermost Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia chickens and turkeys Doing Without Concepts can t reproduceeeww They Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy can t even walkThe author made the statement that if this was 60 years ago he would probably eat meat But things have But I Survived changed with factory farming for the worse People want really A Passion for More cheap meatwell you get what you pay for

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Vaste enuête Entre une expédition clandestine dans un abattoir une recherche sur les dangers du lisier de porc et la visite d'une ferme où l'on élève les dindes en pleine nature Jonathan Safran Foer explore tous les degrés de l'abomination contemporaine et. I was torn how to rate this book It isn t perfect I noted many flaws in its comprehensiveness but it s amazing enough so 5 stars it isI ve read so many books such as this but none for a while and it s because reading about how humans use animals is so devastating for me It s not just the books contents it s knowing that at most only 1% of Americans feel as I do that my feelings and beliefs are shared by so few The latest statistics I have are that 3% of Americans are truly vegetarian and 1% are vegan vegetarian never any meat poultry fish vegan adds never any dairy eggs honey leather wool silk beeswax or as much as is feasible any product of animal origin Also disturbing for me is that I know that others will read this book and won t absorb what it offers but will dissociate that even people won t have the courage or the interest to read it at all Oh I kind of told a lie The information in here is incredibly disturbing whether or not you ve known it I don t want to discourage readers from reading this book though so I ll say it s upsetting but hope that people will want to make an informed consent about what they do I m hoping that s the case because I want many many people to read this book I highly respect Foer He is thoughtful and philosophical and maybe most importantly non judgmental and empathetic and he s very funny and that helps with taking in the disturbing facts I appreciated how he incorporates his Jewish background into the book and enjoyed the family stories that he tells I m truly puzzled why he doesn t have better communication with his dogwhy he can t interpret better his dog s communications but given that he started off not even liking dogs I guess he s made great progress in dog human relationshipsHe provides little snippets of information that are so interesting For instance Americans choose to eat less than25% of the known edible food on the planet I always know I ll learn a little with every book I read and I learned a lot especially about some individual animalscasesThe letter on page 84 is hilarious if the reader is already aware that the last thing any factory farmer wants is for the public to see their operations I laughed and laughed at this letter and I m so grateful it was there because so much of the book s contents caused me much emotional pain When I needed cheering up while reading the book I kept going back and rereading that letterI m glad he touched on the connection between animal agriculture and the existence of influenza illnesses in humans It s one of my perennial rants and with H1N1 in the news and scaring me it s very topicalThis book well it will depend on what the reader brings to it and who the reader is For me it s so obviously a cogent argument for veganism but it s like my last stint as a juror At the end of the case as the twelve of us were about to go into deliberations I said to myself it s obvious how we should vote but our first vote when we got into the jury deliberation room was 6 to 6 not so obvious in the same way to everybody and the deliberations ended up being very stressful People feel different ways and believe different things Foer respects that and that s one reason why I think this book can strike a chord in anyone who reads itThis book is very well researched and Foer spent three years in some hands on type research The book proper including acknowledgements went through page 270 the notes went from pages 271 331 and the index is on pages 333 341 but it reads like the memoir it partly is it does not read like a textbook The writing is engaging and not at all dryWell it s good to read a book that isn t preaching to the choir ethical vegans because I think readers will be open to what this author offers I don t see how anyone can read this book and not be changed whether or not they make changesFoer has a beef with Michael Pollan as do I but I have a bit of a beef with Foer it s his book and there are many other books out there and they re all doing a lot of good in my opinion but I wish he hadn t provided so much time to give their points of view to the 4 humane animal farmers and the vegan who was designing a slaughterhouse It boggles my mind even that those who ve really known these individual animals could kill them especially when one is vegetarian and one other says he knows it isn t necessary for humans to eat meat I have such mixed feelings but I m afraid their rationalizations will give permission for readers to act with the status uo However only 1% vegan and 3% vegetarian of the American population the actions these individuals take can make a difference Never will 100% of Americans go 100% vegan so reducing suffering and having less of a negative impact on the environment well how can I argue wholeheartedly but I felt very uncomfortable reading these parts although certainly not as uncomfortable reading the factory farming and slaughter parts of the bookI ve heard some vegans complain that Foer doesn t go far enough and the book doesn t promote veganism but this book is getting mainstream attention than most books of its type and some people say that they are eliminating or reducing the animal products they consume because of this book So Foer along with a bunch of others who are my heroes are putting and information out there It makes a difference This book will make a difference Hopefully many will read this book and then continue and read some of the other many books and other resources out there as well I m very happy that this book is getting the attention and readership that it isI found it very interesting reading this book in early November because Foer talks about American Thanksgiving in the book So now I feel incredibly sad and very angry I know anger is a distancing emotion and I don t want to others to withdraw from me but I have a lot of compassion for myself right now and I have a reason to feel that way and that s how I feel and I definitely need some lighter reading materials prontoEdit Re the compassion for myself blah blah I m not a new age type person at all and I don t remember ever saying anything like this with regard to myself but I was very distraught after reading this bookPlease go read other reviews of this book Don t let my distress dissuade you from reading this important book I can guarantee that if you get even remotely as emotionally involved as I did while reading this book you re either already vegan or you ll be grateful for the informationI do have a fundamental disagreement with Foer who seems to think it s okay at some level to use and kill animals if done humanely I don t feel that way Maybe because I m already vegan and knew so much of the information in this book my favorite parts were when Foer wrote about his holocaust survivor grandmother