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Too bad it doesn't render it unfeasible

Digest - Features: The coming food storm, activists with cameras, bee breeders:

Downergate was a box-office hit: Animal-rights activists have discovered that downloadable video can be the most potent weapon in their arsenal, as long as their footage doesn’t contain so much violence as to render it unwatchable. Apparently we empathize more with large mammals, too. (New York Times)

"Unwatchable," as in don't show me where the candied bacon ice cream comes from.

(Via The Ethicurean.)

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