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Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2009 on Moving Along... at Bryanboy.com - Fashion Blog
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Would YOU rather die by having your neck quickly snapped or a bolt quickly lodged in your brain OR being slowly skinned alike, thrown against a wall, or your leg caught in chicken wire and slowly rotting off while you try to eat it off? Enough said..
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2009 on Moving Along... at Bryanboy.com - Fashion Blog
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Like I said in my reply to BryanBoy, I LOVE myself some crocodile, alligator, and ostrich and I'm drying for the Balenciaga croc weekend motorcycle and a nice lambskin coat to match but I know that they're not just killing the animals for just their skin and the methods of killing are close to being humane. I don't have anything against China and totally know that a lot of fashion production comes out of the country but the way they just kill the animals is just horrific. That I do not support one bit.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2009 on Moving Along... at Bryanboy.com - Fashion Blog
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No, I know where the fur from those companies come from, and I clearly remember the scandals involved with the fur they used. I'm in fashion and very familiar with the fur trade. I use to intern at Chado Ralph Rucci and his sable jackets were priced $300,000 and minks $200,000. He uses Pologeorgis and they only use fur from Canada and Russia, never China. They are "suppose" to use humane ways of killing but you really never know. I don't have any problem with fur, I mean we all pretty much wear leather and I do love alligator and crocodile (Chado uses it by the truck loads) but whatever isn't used is used for meat and sold. I don't think people eat fox, or sable, or chinchilla.
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2009 on Moving Along... at Bryanboy.com - Fashion Blog
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