and since you brought it up. I struggled with the idea that we do animal testing. I was unemployeed for 8 months, am in debt up to my ears and really didn't have a choice in the matter.
And now I feel compelled to explain how I justified this job. There is no animal testing in this facility. It is strictly manufacturing, therefore I don't ever see or take any part in the testing of animals.
That said, have you ever used a Proctor & Gamble product? More than likely it was tested on Animals. I only bring it up since you felt the impeding desire to take out of context something that was obviously in good humor.
Sure money can cuase people to sacrifice their morals so that they are capable of supporting themselves and not milking the system.
I think I get angry where human neglect is involved. I fully understand that animals are tested on for the betterment of society (or so they want us to think). I eat meat, there are other ways to get my proteins, yet giving up that juicy T-Bone is just so hard and it had nothing to do with money. I've seen the pigs on the rig going to the slaughter house, it breaks my heart to see this stuff, but I still love my back bacon.