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PostPosted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 4:21 am 
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Exactly...like Erika Badu claims to be vegan but look what she has on her kneck.
If the dood at the fur store would've told her that full dead animals weren't vegan, she may have avoided this faux pas.

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I don't think most people stop eating meat because it's hip. I stopped because I worked in a nice upscale, everything from scratch restaurant where I made sausages and cleaned a bunch of chickens everyday. Ever see what's in sausage or chicken stock? You'd stop eating it too.

I don't miss it at all: the grease, the disease, anything. Eat what you want though; that's my motto.


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redrabbit wrote:

who said I was referring to you.


Well, you quoted my text, so what else was I supposed to think?


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Wesley Flexner wrote:
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More on vegans (and vegetarians): many of them actually have eating disorders and are masking it by saying they are vegan.

I'm sick of all the bullshit. Tell someone you're vegan and this is what they associate you with.


Nope, I just associate it with judgment and hyper-sensativity.


But you don't judge people? And you aren't sensitive? Jesus Christ, look at your posts on these boards. A little bit of self awareness, please.


Gee, see proving my point, who said I was referring to you. You are so pissy, maybe this is due to a bland diet?


http://www.u-mad.net ...doggie.

look...no one was being preachy
if the humor of someone asking places to step their SOY GAME up
is lost on you..
maybe you are little to serious.

I was talking in a Dipset popping shit on Hot 97 manner in that first post.

I never told anyone to stop eating meat(nh).
Guzzle blood like a tampon. I give a fuck.

I just wanted to big up places that aren't taxing vegans in a silly ass manner. ie using slang in a vegan context.

naskdemeenie?!

-Son Tong Luck in carriage place on Bethal.
the lady is super vegan friendly and will willingly make most any dish vegan
real talk

-Udipi is the spot

-Whole world needs to step it side game up
nice to have an option. but i feel like i am get jerked everytime i go there.

-Bodega has vegan breads. the tempah sammich is usually good
good spot. but i wish they would step their side game up.
and stop charging me for soy milk. owners and staff are cool

-Blue nile

-Taco Ninja are very vegan friendly

-Beneavolence

-Surly girl can have a good vegan option here and there
but their side game isn't doing it for me.


I have to say MAD MEX after 11 pm is that piff.

The food is half-off.
And sub Soy sour cream, and soy cheese @ no extra cost.


Thanks for the list. I'm gonna check out all of those places.


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veghead wrote:
Whoever said yeast ... (or that it's a fungus) is an idiot.


Um, yeah. That was this idiot right here.

check your biology. hell, check your dictionary.

then come back and spout off some more.

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groundrules wrote:
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Whoever said yeast ... (or that it's a fungus) is an idiot.


Um, yeah. That was this idiot right here.

check your biology. hell, check your dictionary.

then come back and spout off some more.

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OK, here goes: it seems you're right. Who's the idiot now?


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OK, here goes: it seems you're right. Who's the idiot now?


apology accepted. there's a difference between idiocy and hastiness, i'm willing to give you the benefit of the doubt.

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groundrules sig line makes me laugh in the context of this conversation...

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Wesley Flexner wrote:
look...no one was being preachy


I do want to commend you for that. I've yet to meet a nonpreachy vegan.

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if the humor of someone asking places to step their SOY GAME up
is lost on you..
maybe you are little to serious.


*shrug*

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I just wanted to big up places that aren't taxing vegans in a silly ass manner. ie using slang in a vegan context.


This "taxing vegans" thing is driving me crazy. Nobody is "taxing" you. If you're being charged extra they're "recovering their costs."

Look, I worked in a restaurant and once figured the cost of every single thing we had in the place. You took a napkin? I knew how much it cost. Those little creamers? Those too. A leaf of lettuce or a slice of tomato on your sammich? Yep, that too. Now maybe you didn't realize that you were paying for those napkins, creamers, lettuce leafs, and tomatos, but you were. And if you wanted something that cost us extra, I guarantee you that were charged for it.

So I have no idea what the "fifth degree" is, but I know a few things about restaurants and veganism and wanted to talk about it. Sorry if I got anybody's cruelty-free panties in a bunch.

(I guess now would be a bad time to bring up the whole honey is mean to bees thing, huh?)

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(I guess now would be a bad time to bring up the whole honey is mean to bees thing, huh?)


It's never a bad time to coin a new phrase; I give you: Beexploitation (BEEKS-ploy-TAY-shun).

And those bees are in it for the money just like everyone else. Like they need all that honey.

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abstraction wrote:
It's never a bad time to coin a new phrase; I give you: Beexploitation (BEEKS-ploy-TAY-shun).


thank goodness you put the pronunciation in there...i was sitting here saying "bee-ex..."

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And those bees are in it for the money just like everyone else.


That's what I thought too. Turns out they're slaves.

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The simple fact is that the bees are enslaved. What? Bees slaves? Yes, bees as slaves.


http://www.vegetus.org/honey/honey.htm

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Exactly...like Erika Badu claims to be vegan but look what she has on her kneck.
If the dood at the fur store would've told her that full dead animals weren't vegan, she may have avoided this faux pas.


Did she eat it?

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veganism isn't only a dietary thing

and saying "i've never met a non-preachy vegan" is a lot like saying "i've never met a hippie who washes" or "i've never met a non-alcoholic bass player" only less funny. be ignorant, ok, but don't broadcast it

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veganism isn't only a dietary thing


It's apparently also not a funny thing.

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you're totally right, i quit. worst thread ever

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veganism isn't only a dietary thing

and saying "i've never met a non-preachy vegan" is a lot like saying "i've never met a hippie who washes" or "i've never met a non-alcoholic bass player" only less funny. be ignorant, ok, but don't broadcast it


I'm not ignorant. I've tried being vegan. (I got kicked out of the club for refusing to witness to omnivores.) I've lived with vegans. I've honestly never met one who wasn't preachy. I've been a vegetarian for 20 years. You might not find me funny, but to call me ignorant is just ... well ... ignorant.

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Cookie wrote:
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veganism isn't only a dietary thing

and saying "i've never met a non-preachy vegan" is a lot like saying "i've never met a hippie who washes" or "i've never met a non-alcoholic bass player" only less funny. be ignorant, ok, but don't broadcast it


I'm not ignorant. I've tried being vegan. (I got kicked out of the club for refusing to witness to omnivores.) I've lived with vegans. I've honestly never met one who wasn't preachy. I've been a vegetarian for 20 years. You might not find me funny, but to call me ignorant is just ... well ... ignorant.


ah you have vegan envy.
its a complex people have when they try to be vegan and it doesn't work out.
so they develop hostilities toward vegans.

cause i honestly doubt you stopped being because of other vegans.
that would be irrational.
especially someone as business savy as you.

i mean i don't know your reason for being vegetarion for 75 years or whatever but an assumtption it was for simlar reasons why people become vegans.

it would seem more that you pacing yourself and living life in a manner that works for you.
but at the sametime.
you need to work on your vegan envy.

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And those bees are in it for the money just like everyone else.


That's what I thought too. Turns out they're slaves.


But they've got wings! They could just fly away if they wanted, so clearly they like their job.

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maybe this goes too far, but can one be a vegan and still swallow during oral sex? Technically, it's an animal product....

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maybe this goes too far, but can one be a vegan and still swallow during oral sex? Technically, it's an animal product....


I think it wouldn't matter unless the swallower were somehow exploiting the swallowee while doing so.

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But they've got wings! They could just fly away if they wanted, so clearly they like their job.


If only they could free themselves from their teeny tiny shackles.

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maybe this goes too far, but can one be a vegan and still swallow during oral sex? Technically, it's an animal product....


It's not just a dietary thing. :roll:

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maybe this goes too far, but can one be a vegan and still swallow during oral sex? Technically, it's an animal product....


I think it wouldn't matter unless the swallower were somehow exploiting the swallowee while doing so.

have you never been on the internets? Or in a bar, for that matter....

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Wake up. You are not a carnivore. All humans are omnivores. Go ahead and try living on nothing but meat. Your body will love you. Seriously, try it and report back to us.

If you want to find out how hip being a vegetarian is, here's an experiment you can try. Go to a website frequented by supposed hipsters, say a local music website, and then admit that you're a vegetarian. Watch how quickly the assholes come out to insult you. Yes, those hipsters love vegetarians.



by the way--i don't really give a shit if someone's vegan/veggie whatever. unless i'm cooking, then i'm sorry, granted, i'm not a carnivore.

who is seriously this upset about dietary choices?

god forbid i be facetious at all.

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