The name, Steve Rinella, might ring a bell for folks in the Missoula area. In the late 90’s, Rinella wrote for the Independent, while attending University of Montana. More recently, Rinella stars as the host of a television show, “Meateater.”
He also released a book this month, ‘MeatEater’ Adventures in the life of an American Hunter. During a book signing in Brooklyn, New York, Rinella debates a vegan after he was asked this question:
“Don’t you think these animals you killed want to live as much as you or I do? In fact, isn’t this just a rationalization for murdering innocent creatures?”
What was Rinella’s answer? Was it the good or bad answer?
See for yourself in the video below:
Here is a link to a story in the Huffington Post Food Page on their website.
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