skydriller wrote:The thing that I always giggle about when I see protesters such as in the second photo is "do these people realise what is used to make that stuff they are wearing?"
What do you expect them to wear - animal skins? I don't see that it invalidates their concern.
I was wearing a tweed suit to work yesterday, with a cotton shirt and underwear, and leather shoes.
That is, I think, basically animal skins and plant fibres.
Looking at myself now sat on the sofa on a miserable Saturday afternoon, leather moccasins, cotton trousers and shirt, polyester fleece. Still mostly animal skins and plant fibres - could easily swap the fleece for a woolly jumper.
I am Spartacus, and so is my co-pilot.