The world seems to have an unhealthy obsession with Beyoncé, and now it seems that the child of destiny is confronting an unhealthy obsession of her own: veganism.
In the world of burritos, I have never fully bought into the supposed greatness of Chipotle. Sure, it’s reliable, but whatever. And now Chipotle has made a great blunder that almost makes me struggle to utter their name out loud. That blunder is Sofritas.
Some people just can’t be satisfied until they have made everyone else unhappy. Neal Barnard is one of these people. Not only is he an advocate of the vegan (malnourishment) diet, he has now taken his attack upon humanity to the billboards.
In an all out attack on cheese, Barnard and his Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine have unleashed a couple of billboards purporting to show the “negative” affects of cheese.
As a lifetime Michigan football fan, Jim Tressel has been a villain to me since I first heard his name. Finally, much of the world is realizing how much of a villain he truly is, and not just in football. His villainy transcends sports and reaches into something very dear to me: meat.
Remember the glory days where sports and meat were almost synonymous? Today, it seems like those days are slowly passing us by. It started with PETA making up some dumb award for the most vegetarian-friendly ballparks, and has continued through this day.
Is this the face of death? In a word, yes. Behind the eyes of this simple-looking old man is a brain filled with hatred. And hatred for whom? Carnivores. But he does not simply hate human carnivores, but carnivores of all types.
No one has ever really liked ticks. Besides draining you of your blood, being a dead giveaway that you are nervous and a downright pain in the ass, they have also been known to carry Lyme Disease (which, despite the sound of its name is not a tasty fruit).
Once upon a time, Bob Barker was a man loved by all. Who doesn’t remember The Price is Right being the highlight of sick days? Who didn’t laugh when Barker was teamed with Adam Sandler in Happy Gilmore? Well kiss those good memories goodbye, because Barker has just taken a turn to the dark side.
I’m not really sure who Michael Pollan is or why he is famous. These matters are inconsequential to me. What does matter to me is that the man has somehow become famous enough to spout off nonsense about meat-eaters. We unvegans are a strong, proud bunch and we are not to be taken lightly. So when a guy like Pollan starts spilling untruths, we recognize that he must be stopped. Pollan recently said, “A vegan in a Hummer has a lighter carbon footprint than beef-eater in a Prius.” He couldn’t have been more wrong.
Recently, I’ve been reading more and more news articles about a book called Eating Animals. At first, I thought this was going to be some sort of awesome cookbook or essays about eating some pretty tasty animals. Instead, I found a book that goes against the things that every unvegan stands for. I haven’t read the book, because I don’t think the author or publisher deserves any of my money, but I know enough to place an unvegan ban on the vegan propaganda.
The book is so insidious that it has turned the adorable Natalie Portman into a sudden vegan who compares eating meat with rape. This cannot stand!