Friday, November 09, 2007
There's a lot to object to in this old article about "monster bunnies" being bred in order to alleviate food shortages in North Korea.
"They'll be used to help feed the population," rabbit breeder Karl Szmolinsky told SPIEGEL ONLINE.
"One rabbit provides a filling meal for eight people. There are a variety of recipes such as rabbit leg or rabbit roulade. No one buys rabbit fur anymore though, I just throw that in the bin," says Szmolinsky with chilling dispassion.
There is also a lot to like, namely the bottom photo in which Karl appears to be violating one of the bunnies from behind.
Posted by Noelle Hancock