Paul L. Caron

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Tax Prof Vegan

As the father of a new vegan, I enjoyed the posts by Tax Prof Neil Buchanan (George Washington) on the one-year anniversary of joining the 1% of Americans who are vegans, especially his concluding thoughts:

I have always loved animals. I now express that love by refusing to contribute to their pain and death. That is an anniversary worth celebrating.

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Meat is murder . . . tasty, tasty murder.

Posted by: Anonymous | Aug 10, 2009 7:56:15 AM

There's a poll about veganism over at Leiter Law School, everyone can express their taste (distaste?) there.

Posted by: mike livingston | Aug 9, 2009 1:18:29 PM

Came here to post almost the same as Brian...

"Veal? Wouldn't touch it -- unless it had buttery rice, oregano, onion, and sausage stuffing."

Posted by: Pres | Aug 8, 2009 11:50:43 PM

Ah, Paul, the challenges of parenthood! If I may borrow from Nietzsche (only slightly out of context [GM I:13]), I too love animals, since "nothing is more tasy than a tender lamb."

Posted by: Brian | Aug 8, 2009 11:10:44 AM