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VeganGirl2006
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#16 Postby VeganGirl2006 » Fri May 05, 2006 6:38 am

Hi and welcome to the group! :) And good luck with the bar exam! I've heard it's super tough.
Courtney

"If slaughterhouses had glass walls, we'd all be vegetarians."
-Linda McCartney

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#17 Postby CrispyQ » Fri May 05, 2006 11:32 am

Welcome Diver. I'm sorry to hear about your ferret friend Rorty. I have had several different types of animal friends in my life, but never a ferret. The loss of every animal I've ever had has been very painful, but yes, there are some that you become especially attached to. They are sure cute little creatures. Thanks for telling us about them.

I'm really a misanthrope, don't particularly like most people at all.


Me too. Sadly I don't have much hope or love for my species. I know some outstanding individuals, but as a collective, we suck.


Nat said:
The dean of our law school I remember one time wore a fur coat. I had an appointment with her the next day so I made it a point to wear my "Fur is worn by beautifical animals and ugly people" shirt, and marched into her office ready to get in to it with her. She never once asked me a thing about it - but the conservation was cold and I could tell she was distracted and annoyed at my shirt. Stupid rich bitch. Wear your own damn skin and leave the animals alone **AFTER I officially graduate (I am not suicidal after all!!) I am going to send her a link with undercover footage of a Chinese fur farm and ask her to, in view of what she just saw, consider tossing the fur. Anyway, I digress.


You rock, Nat! What a great story!

Nat said:
P.S. I type with lots of typos. I assure you though I am not illiterate.


Definitely not illiterate, but frequently hilarious! :wink:

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Slavery is the fiction that people are objects; corporate personhood is the fiction that corporations are people. www.http://reclaimdemocracy.org/personhood/

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#18 Postby Crash » Fri May 05, 2006 2:08 pm

Welcome ! :D
Out of my mind...Back in five minutes.

No human can call themselves liberal or radical or even a conservative advocate of fair play, if they contribute in any way to the pain and suffering of other beings.

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#19 Postby Driver » Fri May 05, 2006 7:32 pm

My nice fellow associate took me to lunch today, and she even paid. :) The restaurant is one of those wannabe-downscale yuppie havens, but has a lot of ovo-lacto stuff. I had a very nice "French Provincial" sandwich - artichoke hearts, avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, mixed greens, all on a really crusty roll, left off the cheese and pesto. Good sandwich - living in a city again has its high points. :)

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#20 Postby Patrick » Mon May 08, 2006 3:17 am

"I am going to send her a link with undercover footage of a Chinese fur farm and ask her to, in view of what she just saw, consider tossing the fur. Anyway, I digress."

Hi Compassionategirl.

if you don't mind could you send me that link. I myself can not stand fur. By the way, do you know of a website where one can purchase "fake leather" (shoes, etc.) :?:
Thanks--Patrick

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#21 Postby compassionategirl » Thu May 11, 2006 3:30 am

People reviled today for their activism will be tomorrow's angels, and people respected today for their power will be tomorrow's demons. History will absolve us and condemn them. ~ Paul Watson

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#22 Postby compassionategirl » Thu May 11, 2006 4:08 am

vegan shoes, and some nice lookin ones for guys too.

www.mooshoes.com



also yry googling "vegan shoes" and see what you find. :D

thanks for going fake for the animals' sake. :D
People reviled today for their activism will be tomorrow's angels, and people respected today for their power will be tomorrow's demons. History will absolve us and condemn them. ~ Paul Watson

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#23 Postby CollegeB » Thu May 11, 2006 8:07 am

http://www.veganstore.com/index-store.h ... ptid=17069 they have some sport coats and ties here...prepare to spend some $$. Ive seen tons of vegan dress shoes online, they are not hard to find and will cost around $40. If that is a bother then there is always payless shoes.

there is also thevegetariansite.com and lets not forget veganessentials.com also some nice shoes here http://www.alternativeoutfitters.com/in ... ategory=51

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#24 Postby exciton » Sun May 14, 2006 12:15 pm

Welcome Driver!


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