Thursday, February 21, 2013

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Eventually, obsolescence comes to all economies. All across the land, family farming has given way to corporate agriculture, and remnants of the old economy are disappearing. Large, well-built barns that signified prosperity just get in the way of progress today. [1983]

1 comment:

  1. Animals treated like non-sentient life forms, afflicted with deformities because of the accelerated growth and genetic manipulations, cramped by the tens of thousands in confines where they can't even stretch, never seeing the light of day, fed with industrial feed made from dead animals, filled up with antibiotics to prevent epizootics, progress or unbridled greed?