Making cattle comfortable as they are led to slaughter
When I found this over at Marginal Revolution
, "A nation turns its lonely eyes to you" by Russell Roberts,
Traveling last week and removing my shoes as I snaked through the rope-lines made me wonder whether the airline security people might not benefit from a consultation with the remarkable Temple Grandin. She works at finding ways at making cattle comfortable as they are led to slaughter. Oliver Sacks profiled Grandin, who is autistic, in his marvelous An Anthropologist on Mars."
"I remembered hearing an interview with Temple Grandin on NPR, and she came across as very personable and extremely insightful dispite or perhaps due to her handicap. Here's the audio: NPR : American RadioWorks: McDonald's New Farm
: "American RadioWorks: McDonald's New Farm"