- Terry Pratchett, The Light Fantastic (via quotes-shape-us)
I wrote a paper called “Sartre and Veganism: How Responsibility Extends Beyond Humanity” for my ethics class and my professor was all “Wow!” and “Excellent!” and “Perfectly written!” and shit.
But then at the end of the paper he wrote a comment along the lines of, “I don’t understand what the problem is with ethical slaughterhouses” and another comment saying “You act like there’s no middle ground between eating meat and not eating meat” and he took a point off for it.
I INCLUDED AN ENTIRE SECTION ON WHY THE CONCEPT OF “ETHICAL SLAUGHTERHOUSES” IS COMPLETELY RIDICULOUS.
AND YOU EITHER EAT MEAT OR YOU DON’T. ONE OR THE OTHER. THERE IS NO MIDDLE GROUND IN A DO OR DON’T SITUATION.
STOP VALIDATING YOUR FALSE OPINIONS IN THE FACE OF FACT. YOU EVEN SAID I BACKED UP EVERYTHING PERFECTLY. WHY WON’T YOU ADMIT THAT YOU JUST DON’T WANNA.
I AM SO UPSET.