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Survival of the weakest

Dear Editor:

What a piece of work is man. His environment has taught him to devour most anything. He survives on nose-to-tail meats, swallows weird creatures from the sea and roasts fowl that can fly in the sky.

He, himself, is part of the food loop as the prey of the great white man-eater. Enter now the call to eat no meat. Compassion is felt for the prey and not for the hungry predator. What a piece of work is man. He survives on the environment’s food chain that he feels is wrong.

Be brave, comrades.

Kenneth NCB Moore

Santa Barbara, Calif.

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