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Dave Hughes: Making It Possible

Dave Hughes: Making It Possible

Dave Hughes is perhaps one of the most important and significant talents to have emerged from the Australian comedy scene in the last 10 years. A natural and unmistakably Australian comic, Dave's laconic style thinly disguises one of the fastest comic minds this country has ever seen.

Along with Kate Langbroek, Hughesy makes up Melbourne's Nova 100 breakfast team who celebrated their tenth year on air in 2011. If that's not enough, he can be seen on Network Ten's Before the Game during the footy season, and as a co-host of the popular Network Ten news program The Project.

The most powerful testimony to Dave's talent is his enduring popularity with audiences. He has over the course of the last five years become one of the highest selling Australian comedy acts in the country.

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Hughesy's losing it. He's angry! And once you hear what it is that's got him so worked up, you'll probably feel like losing it, too!

An experience years ago working in an abattoir was the catalyst for Hughesy to give up eating animals. It just goes to show that Paul McCartney clearly was on the money when he spoke that famous line that, "If slaughterhouses had glass walls the world would be vegetarian!". The same could be said for factory farms. So many people have chosen to embrace a meat-free diet as a result of becoming aware of the treatment of animals in factory farms, appalled by the fact that they had unwittingly been financially supporting animal cruelty.

As Dave knows, there are many reasons to consider going meat-free. It's healthier for us and the environment, plus it means that you can 'dine out' knowing that no living being has suffered for your food. As factory-farming is the only way to meet the current demand for the animal products they produce — reducing demand by opting for a meat-free diet — is a key choice that people can make to bring an end to factory farming.

And as Dave has shown — you don't have to eat animals to prove your manhood! In fact, being 'animal friendly' can make you even more popular with the ladies!

Watch the extended Make it Possible web video, featuring Hughesy and other Australian celebrities.

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Here are some more high profile Aussies who have a thing or two to say about factory farming

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