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84% of vegetarians/vegans abandon their diet. Extrapolated out, that means that there are 8 million lapsed vegans as opposed to the 1.6 million current vegans.
Regardless, when any group tries to force their life choices on everyone and they are in a tiny minority of thought, the only impact it has is to piss most people off.
84% of vegetarians/vegans abandon their diet. Extrapolated out, that means that there are 8 million lapsed vegans as opposed to the 1.6 million current vegans. That is from a Vegan friendly site. It screams to me that their activism is for the most part fake. It's cool to be Vegan for most, until it's not.
originally posted by: Themaskedbeast
Mental illness is what happens when you don't eat meats your brain really does turn to mush. Aside from that the woman is an authoritarian who thinks everyone should do as she says not realizing this is not her world we all live in. She needs to get over herself or move on out into the bush
Quite a few geniuses had quirky eating habits. Steve Jobs had some funny ideas about food, as he did about so many things. According to Walter Isaacson's biography of Jobs, the Silicon Valley whiz kid subsisted mainly on dates, almonds — and lots of carrots. He supposedly ate so many carrots that "friends remember him, at times, having a sunset-orange hue,"
However, Steve Jobs definitely eschewed meat and had other idiosyncractic eating habits, too.
It's bad enough that sometimes in a restaurant you have some pale little thing stagger up to your table and tell you "Killing animals is bad karma and that steak is going to kill you."