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  • Adam Wunische
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    Economists would have you believe that the free market is void of moral implications, but that’s not the case. When you place something on the market, it has the effect of crowding out morals. In this case, all the moral implications are crowded out, like the recognition that this pet is a living being. Instead these replaceable pets will be treated like a rental car and the decision of whether the pet will live or not will be determined by a cost benifit analysis. The moral shortfalls of this plan far out weigh the conveniences of this plan!

  • Ronny Candelaria
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    I think for those people who want a pet but can’t have one where they live, they should have pet houses where you pay a monthly fee and you get to name and be a part of this pet’s life but it lives somewhere else.

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