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(Sydney Morning Herald)   New study shows that vegetarians are 32% less likely to suffer from heart disease, 96% more likely to be insufferable   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, heart disease, clinical nutrition, Cancer Research UK, World Health Organisation, moral argument  
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2013-02-01 10:56:43 AM  
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WhippingBoy: roblarky: WhippingBoy: roblarky: WhippingBoy: There's no such thing and 90% vegan. It's kind of like being 90% pregnant.

She didn't say she was 90% vegan, that 90% of her diet is vegan.

That's a bit misleading. I eat meat, but technically 80% of my diet is vegan (whole grains, fruits and vegetables, etc.)

Be that as it may, 80% of your diet is still vegan; it's not the same as pregnancy where you either are or are not as you suggested in your quip.

Cool. I'm a vegan!

... and you are already acting 80% uppity about it.
2013-02-01 10:20:37 AM  
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Vegetarians are usually pretty chill.  Vegans are the sanctimonious assholes.  Although carnivores have a tough time differentiating between them, there's a pretty big gap between the two groups, ideologically speaking.

Think of it as the difference between the nice quiet Christian family down the street and the Westboro Baptist Church.
2013-02-01 06:49:02 AM  
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2013-02-01 06:43:40 AM  
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committed carnivore here.  heat and meat and im all set.

current GF of 8 years rotates b/w vegetarian, vegan, and now pescatarian(eats fish).  she cooks the t giving turkey and would grill me a steak if i needed her to. 
she does get annoyed with committed carnivores who are instantly defensive when they learn of her diet.

last GF of 8 years started out vegetarian, then vegan, then holy mother of god biatch  idiot coontbag who  cant stand anybody who even thinks about eating or wearing an animal product....

how i ended up with another grass eater after that clunkhead i dont know.
2013-02-01 05:21:57 AM  
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"vegetarian", isn't that Proto-Afroasiatic for "bad hunter"?
2013-02-01 03:52:34 AM  
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Smgth: The rest of (most of us) eat whatever is slower then we are.

That is why I feast on the innards of retarded people.
2013-02-01 03:12:07 AM  
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fusillade762: Yeah, it's great. Except for the whole gang rape thing.

If all you ate was variations on chickpeas and curry, you'd get gang-rapey too.
2013-02-01 03:10:01 AM  
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Rufus Lee King: Bippal: Work with quite a few Indian engineers who are vegetarian, and not a one of them is the least bit uppity about it. Had a conversation or two about it, started by me, talking about cultural differences and such and asking about how they manage to do it. Ive made red bean and lentil curry with naan a time or two for pitch ins for them. They appreciated it.

Seriously, I admire Indian culture for that. I'd like to go vegetarian myself, but it seems to take more spiritual fortitude than I've got.

Yeah, it's great. Except for the whole gang rape thing.
2013-02-01 03:08:56 AM  
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But seriously, vegetarians, you, too, are living off of death and killing.

I have heard the screams of the broccoli as it is cruelly harvested/cut from the stalk, the weeping of the grains as their seed/progeny are striped from them and ground into flour.

Every bit as brutal as a charnel house.
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