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  • SmartGiving and Food Choices

    April 11th, 2012
    ea, veg
    Observation: the smart giving people we've met through the Life You Can Save are much more likely to be vegetarian or vegan than the ones we've met through Cambridge LessWrong. Which is not so surprising, given that Peter Singer is also known for animal activism.

    (How do I know people's dietary preferences? We're having a dinner discussion Wednesday at our house!)

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