Monday, August 28, 2006

Burger King Extremists Bid to Save The World

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Oliver Burkeman reports on 'extreme dining' in the US

Fast Food Giants Do The World A Favour.

The Final Solution - Natural selection - Save the World! - Kill the really dumb people!

Burger King and other Fast Food Giants in the USA have finally realised the only sustainable way forward for the planet and the human race is veganism. Having failed to entice their clientele with vegan offerings of fresh fruit and salad and other "healthy options" they have realised that some of their customers are just too dumb to see sense. The final solution? Give them enough rope to hang themselves - kill them off as quickly as possible - enter the "Burger King Stacker Quad" , Denny's Extreme Grand Slam Breakfast or Hardee’s Thickburger (for real thickies?) 70% of your recommended daily calorific intake in a single meal!

And they call PeTA members and vegans extremists?!?!??

Monday, August 14, 2006

Milk "Less Fresh" scheme costs £1m

BBC NEWS | England | Cornwall | Dairy farmers get 1m for upgrade

More than £1m of EU funding has been awarded to Cornish dairy farmers to help them improve their facilities.
The Objective One money has come from Cornwall Enterprise's Dairy Collect service. It aims to make the industry more sustainable in the county.

As part of the scheme, milk on farms is chilled more efficiently and in larger quantities, so buyers' tankers can visit every other day instead of daily.

Nearly 90 farms will benefit from the next round of cash.

Not only will this be another nail in the coffin of the Dairy Industry as it ensures milk is less fresh but also will offer incentives to farmers to include milk contaminated with pus, ivermectin, anti biotics and other contaminates to reach volumes required for bonusses.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Vegans Travel From around the World to Demark

Vegans travelled from around the globe (Australia, Japan, America, Sweden , Finland, Italy, England, Scotland, Ireland) to join in the 10th International Vegan Festival.

A French vegan cycled nearly two thousand kilometres over 9 days to join the gathering in the Northern tip of Demark where some of the world's most beautiful beaches are located.

"I wanted to prove just how fit Vegans can be" said Stefan who designs computerised equipment for trains.

Delegates from The Vegan Society, Vegan Pirates, The Secret Society of Vegans (allegedly), Vegan Extreme Sports, Raw Vegans, Da Vegan Code, WSPA, EarthSave, Foods For Life and many other organisations are in attendance.