Welcome to the 272nd episode of Our Hen House, featuring an interview with Bob Comis and a review by Michael Suchman.
On today’s episode, we squawk about taxidermy, vegan taxidermy, and whether they are both creepy (in way different ways). There’s lots of “Rising Anxieties” today, too.
Joining us today is one of our heroes, Bob Comis, a pig farmer-turned-vegan, who will share his enlightening and moving story with us.
For our review, the always fabulous Michael Suchman, from VeganMos, will give us a vegan taste of Passover and Easter.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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