Electric Daisy Carnival Experience is the closest thing to being at a rave that you can experience in a movie theater. Body and mind moving music, colorful costumes, joyous faces as 100,000 attendees spin to the lights and music fantastic at the 2010 Electric Daisy Carnival, held at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
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The cover of Gristle: From Factory Farms to Food Safety (Thinking Twice About the Meat We Eat) says it all. It shows a picture of a cow, separated into its various cuts – except each cut lists a different issue to consider when choosing to eat meat or not: health, environment, workers, taxpayer cost, animals, children’s health, global hunger, zoonotic diseases, communities, and climate change. The book, edited by Moby with Miyun Park, includes a series of essays, one on each of those topics. And by addressing each of those issues, this book takes the debate about what role food animals should play in our society and how they should be treated to a new level.