While I have no moral problem with this (it’s not cruel or unsustainable like factory farmed animals), when you have plant-based meat substitutes that fool New York Times food critics, products like those mentioned in the article would only be made for those who insist on getting a heart attack.
I’m enjoying W8. I’ve used the free Classic Shell from day 1 to keep my desktop. It’s just like W7 with a few hundred bug fixes. On the Metro UI, I only put leisure programs, and it’s a nice relaxing interface for nonproductive unitasking. I also got it for $14.99 on that one crazy upgrade deal. Happy :)
I disagree with the premise that a genre can be “worn thin”. Romance stories, for instance, have been told for thousands of years, but a good one can still be a lovely experience. If you didn’t like the movie, that’s fine — just don’t blame it on the vampires.
Probably because it is cruel. The boars didn’t ask to come here — they were introduced by humans, without forethought into how it would affect the ecosystem. Now we are asking the boars to pay for our mistake with their lives.