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    Vegans; they seemed liked the type of people that you ran into at a rare trip to Whole Foods, who won’t stop bragging about their claimed astute morality due to their ever exclusive new dieting habits. It seemed like nothing but the latest new trend among higher-class suburbans who could afford to buy expensive vegetables such as kale in the first place. But the more I actually learn about being vegan the more I came to find that there really were vegans out there who chose to be vegan not for the trend, but because of their actual morals. Not only are animals slaughtered in unethical ways for quicker production means but the products that these animals produce are also extracted from them in unethical ways as well. While some studies show a favoring towards free range , as apposed to caged chickens, in slightly smaller levels of salmonella among the former chickens, in actuality there really much difference in the lives that these animals lead (Leeder). While food production started as an intimate relationship between farmers and their livestock, nowadays, food production seems to have really gone to the dogs, caring next to none about the lives of the animal and instead solely just about how fast food can be produced. “Regardless as to whether [chickens are] in free range or caged farming systems, hens lead an existence of pain and suffering throughout their shortened lives” (The Vegan Society). But, nonetheless, through getting to know more vegans personally I have…

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    The media is supposed to report breaking news stories that affect the community in a whole. It is supposed to present the reader with information based research and while allowing the reader to be able to form their own opinions on the story that has been reported. However, the media outlets has the ability to shape and frame the way we, as a society view a certain topic such as a vegan diet on children. Veganism is defined by the Vegan Society is defined “A philosophy and way of living which…

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    According to the website, The Vegan Society, “Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose”. It is commonly confused with a similar philosophy of vegetarianism. There are several reasons surrounding why one would choose to become vegan. Some argue that the animal’s right to live and to not be exploited for human’s well-being, along with the health benefits…

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    Fallacies Of Veganism

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    Veganism, common to the public this lifestyle is seen as a fallacy that the individuals that follow this form of lifestyles are hippies. Though like the examples given in our week’s information we are put to contrast the validity, fallacies based around what is being presented and supported by the media. Though more importantly in this case we are reflecting on both the logical and emotional fallacies presented towards this particular lifestyle. Exposing this subject by simply exposing and…

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    well-known duo’s was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.Throughout his book, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson can be seen as two complete opposites. Their differences are revealed through the roles they play in the book, how they think, and how they change from the beginning to the end of the novel. Even through their hardships and disagreements, Watson and Holmes use their differences to make up the amazing team that we all know and love. These contrasts are what…

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    that guard the house at night. This information helped Holmes to get an idea of what to do and what to expect once he burgle Milvertons property. Since Agatha is a lower class woman, Holmes tricks her by promising to marry her. That’s how he got her to tell him information about the house. On the other hand, Watson thinks that he’s taking it too far, but Holmes believes that it’s the only way to get him burgle the house. In the beginning of the story, Holmes claims that he’s willing to burgle…

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    British author Mark Haddon wrote the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The story revolves around a young boy called Christopher John Francis Boone who investigates the murder of a neighbor’s dog, which leads him to a journey that will change his life forever. Despite his mental illness, he learns to face the difficulties of his world and to be capable of everything he can do. Because of these unique characteristics, I find this book one of the best books I have ever read.…

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    Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes are the lead characters of the Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes series of detective thriller novels by Laurie R. King. The two characters made their first appearance in the debut novel of the series The Bookkeepers’ Apprentice that was first published in 1994. Mary Russell is a young woman who stumbles into the legendary Sherlock Holmes in 1915 to start a brilliant mystery series. The series of novels begins in 1915 with the world famous detective Holmes enjoying…

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    The Orient express by Agatha Christie is the best selling novel in the 1930’s . One of the series and adventures for Hercule Poirot the best detective, faced his hardest case yet. The story is about the great detective Hercule Poirot trying to solve the case on who killed the wanted criminal Rachette , this novel is taken place in the 1930’s in a snow storm which later on gets the train stuck . Later on as Hercule is trying to figure out who has murder the man he finds out something more deeper…

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    Three Bags Full is a murder mystery novel by Leonie Swann, which follows the tale of a flock of sheep detectives on the mission to find their shepherd's murderer. The novel begins right at the point - George Glenn, a shepherd residing in the Irish town of Glennkill, is found dead on his pasture with a shovel driven right through his corpse. Led by Maple, the smartest sheep in the herd, the flock decides to try and solve the murder in the name of justice. Two days after the murder, a shepherd…

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