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  • Howdy! Welcome to the 21st Edition of the Mad Cowby e-Newsletter. In this issue, we've a little more focus on Howard and animal issues/concerns, with a touch of environmental and health news. You'll have the chance to see pictures from Howard's camera on his recent trips, realize why Howard loves sauerkraut (and it's considerable nutritional qualities), learn about the first new...
    Mark Sutton May 13, 2003
  • Howdy! Welcome to the 20th Issue of the Mad Cowboy e-Newsletter! In this edition we've got an excerpt of one of Howard's 24 fifteen minute video segments on the "Environment" (they are all in the process of being transcribed), new pix of the Filming of the Documentary, buncha shots taken with Howard's camera during recent travel, and a strong environmental focus as today is Earth...
    Mark Sutton Apr 22, 2003
  • Trying it one more time for now and editing out the "Smelly Fish" article... to start with Section 9. Getting this resolved may take some time as there's no perceivable pattern. I've sent this back between different personal addresses, and things work fine. Sorry! Best, Mark *********************************************** TABLE OF CONTENTS: 09: Article: The Value of/on Human Life...
    Mark Sutton Apr 1, 2003
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  • Sorry, don't know why this happened! Here's the missing bottom portion (with an appropriately edited table of contents)... Best, Mark, Editor *********************************************** TABLE OF CONTENTS: 08: Articles: Vegetarianism 09: Article: The Value of/on Human Life 10: Humor: Velcro Farms in Crisis 11: Resources 12: 1st Annual International Humane Education Conf. 13...
    Mark Sutton Apr 1, 2003
  • Howday! Welcome to the 19th edition of the Mad Cowboy Newsletter. In this issue, you learn about denim solar panels, why the Polish have less heart disease, how students are using their tuition to wean their University off non-renewable energy sources, and a proposed new monetary value for human life in the United States. You'll also read about the potential of super germs from...
    Mark Sutton Apr 1, 2003
  • Here's the missing last two bits of Issue 18 (for some reason, Yahoo cut it off!). Best to all, Mark ************************************************ *19: Next Issue ************************************************ Another set of photographs from the "Filming of the Mad Cowboy Documentary." More factoids! Maybe a transcribed 15 minute segment from the 24 segments of Howard speaking...
    Mark Sutton Mar 13, 2003
  • Howdy! Welcome to the 18th edition of the Mad Cowboy e-Newsletter. Our focus this time around is more environmental and health-based. In this issue you'll see new digital pictures from the Making of the Mad Cowboy Feature Documentary, Howard's recent travels, and of the Global Human Footprint. You'll get a list of 12 reasons to eat local organic food, read about a landmark study of...
    Mark Sutton Mar 13, 2003
  • Howdy! Welcome to the 17th edition of the Mad Cowboy e-Newsletter... This Month brings us some sad news with the death of one of Howard's closest friends, Hans Sigenthaler. Hans was also a piller of strength and example in the veg'n community, and he will be missed. Howard's written a special Tribute to Hans, and we've also provided links to pictures taken of Hans and his wife...
    Mark Sutton Feb 18, 2003
  • Howdy! Welcome to the 16th Mad Cowboy Newsletter. This is a special issue, as we're providing a new feature: interviews! Howard explains more about this below. Our normal issues have more articles, factoids, and humor. As we streamline the transcription process, subsequent interviews will probably be posted on the web first along with some short excerpts in the Newsletter. In today...
    Mark Sutton Jan 24, 2003
  • Howdy! Welcome to the 15th Mad Cowboy Newsletter. To kick off the New Year on a high note, Howard's composed his own personal New Year's Resolutions and provided them for us to review. He's also picked five of the many organizations that did great work last year that he feels deserve some special notice. Information and links have been provided for each as but a sampler of their...
    Mark Sutton Jan 10, 2003