Squaring the Irrational Search for Micrograms with "vegan" do-nothingism
On 4/8/2012 11:44 PM, Rupert wrote:
On Apr 9, 6:45 am, George wrote:
On 4/8/2012 9:02 PM, Rupert wrote:
On Apr 8, 7:11 pm, George wrote:
On 4/8/2012 9:50 AM, Rupert wrote:
On Apr 8, 5:21 pm, George wrote:
On 4/8/2012 1:48 AM, Rupert wrote:
On Apr 7, 6:02 pm, George wrote:
On 4/7/2012 1:32 AM, Rupert wrote:
On Apr 7, 12:18 am, George wrote:
On 4/6/2012 12:19 PM, Rupert wrote:
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Why do all "vegans" spend a huge amount of time searching for micrograms
of animal bits to get out of their diet, and no time whatever trying to
determine what the lowest-harm fruits and vegetables are?
Not all vegans do that.
*ALL* "vegans" do it. Stop bullshitting.
*NO* "vegan" tries to find the least-harm fruit and vegetable produce;
*all* engage in a continual, silly, absurd effort to get micrograms of
animal parts out of their diets and "lifestyles".
How did you come by evidence for this
"vegans" present it to me.
You think you can come to some kind of valid conclusion about "all
vegans" on the basis of the vegans you have met on usenet?
Certainly. "veganism" is obviously a monolithic religious belief held
to by a very small number of adherents. Those who post here are
Veganism is not a belief. It is a practice.
It's so intricately intertwined with the belief that they are
inseparable. It's a belief.
No, I'm right. "veganism" is a belief system, leading to an absurdly
inconsistent and sloppy behavior.