Nobody knows, the trouble they feel
The Onion | 73 Percent Of U.S. Livestock Show Signs Of Clinical Depression
The study also noted the average U.S. cow's tendency to emit low, mournful moans.
Dr. Theodore Nelson, author of The Slow Slaughter: Growing Up Livestock In An Uncaring World, has made combating bovine ennui his personal mission.
"Sadly, much of our nation's livestock feel they have no future," Nelson said. "They see life as short, brutal, and bereft of purpose. They may appear to be functioning normally—eating feed, producing milk, and generating high volumes of fertilizer—but inside, many are just waiting to die."
now really. who among us hasn't been found guilty of standing around emitting low, mournful moans a time or two? hmmm?
posted by kimberley at 11:53 PM