posted on Oct, 7 2017 @ 02:07 AM
a reply to: theantediluvian
Gosh, you sound, like, totally righteous! I try to live by the same values, I mean, we've only got one Earth right? I never throw away food that's
past its sell-by date because there are homeless people who are, like, literally starving? I leave the Yeti MTB in the garage and ride out on this
ironic bike I reclaimed from the dump to hand out the food. It's so in-your-face to ride up on £10k's worth of carbon efficiency when these people
have nothing but oppression and a dream.
Some wear leather shoes which is contributing to the misery of our animal cousins and totally not cool. Get to the back of the line! Just because you
live on the street doesn't mean giving up your morals. I prioritise the Eastern refugees because white privilege still applies to the homeless and
we've, like, totally bombed their countries, right? When will the greed of the white male ever end? SMH.
So anyway, they love the tofu pate, organic iceberg lettuce, locally-sourced soda bread and Quorn bacon I share with them. They scowl and mutter when
I give the food out because I'm a white male and represent centuries of colonial oppression and genocide. They still have their pride, which is soooo
cool, and will not touch the food while I'm there; instead they symbolically put it on the pavement in solidarity with their stance against the
We're flying a private jet (small carbon footprint, right?) to Kathmandu this weekend. We're there to show solidarity and stock up on organic,
locally-sourced vegetables for the kitchen. It's good to contribute to the local economy and we love getting to know the staff at the Hyatt Regency.
They love us because they're so spiritual and see what's inside instead of the shameful whiteness of our skins. We respect them too much to give them
tips for cleaning so we give them books from the goodwill...knowledge equals power.