Antler Kitchen & Bar - Vegan Protest

splean

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"The sign upset Marni Ugar, an animal rights activist who runs a dog-walking business, according to the Globe and Mail."

"The goal always is for a restaurant to go fully vegan,” Ugar told the Globe and Mail. “To reduce the animals they kill, for me, isn’t good enough.”

I find it astonishing that a dog-walking animal rights activist finds it perfectly reasonable that a hard working business owner should completely change his business/life in order accommodate her crazy notions of the world. How does one even pay the bills as a dog-walking animal rights activist?
 
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Fuck this entire cross section of society. It is just amazing how conservatives will walk away from things they don’t like BUT liberals want to eradicate the things they don’t agree with.
 
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I find it astonishing that a dog-walking animal rights activist finds it perfectly reasonable that a hard working business owner should completely change his business/life in order accommodate her crazy notions of the world. How does one even pay the bills as a dog-walking animal rights activist?
Probably on a grant, subsidy, or welfare and cheating.
 
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GM795

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The ironic thing these fringe groups never understand is that it is the very “Western-Male” characteristics they are so determined to wipeout that provides the protection and freedom to have their little protests in the first place and that if they succeed in feminising the Western-Male, they and their fellow “activists” will be first up against the wall when their “minority overlords” take over.
 
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Veer_G

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That Tomahawk should be wrapped in thick sliced smoked bacon....just saying
Be like putting curb feelers on a well-preserved 60's European classic touring car. Leave my fantasy steak (I've seen them come out of the kitchen at steak houses) alone!
 
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sirhrmechanic

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The ironic thing these fringe groups never understand is that it is the very “Western-Male” characteristics they are so determined to wipeout that provides the protection and freedom to have their little protests in the first place and that if they succeed in feminising the Western-Male, they and their fellow “activists” will be first up against the wall when their “minority overlords” take over.
Most every empire that declined and fell... was ushered into its downside by these kinds of people. Once you don't have to fight to survive... once you can lie around and be a philosopher living off the fat of the land (and other people's toil) you start to send the society into a death spiral.

The interesting question is whether it takes the whole republic/empire... or whether it limits itself to the 'city states' as in Greece. There is an argument to be made that the next time, the decline and fall will be of urban societies.... while the visigoths in flyover country... stay fat and happy.

Cheers,

Sirhr
 

Nik H

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Be like putting curb feelers on a well-preserved 60's European classic touring car. Leave my fantasy steak (I've seen them come out of the kitchen at steak houses) alone!

Nope

They come out of my kitchen better than any steak house. I’ve been to all of them. Dry age my own beef and it melts in your mouth. The bacon doesn’t overpower the meat. Just a hint of flavor
 

sirhrmechanic

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Well there is no way to do it other than a Hide party
@Tucker301 s House... Memorial Day weekend. Bring dirt bikes, a bass boat, Starglide and implements of destruction.

He said there will be a big fire pit for grilling steaks and for the human sacrifices that will take place upon the Apogee of the moon.

Cheers,

Sirhr
 
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Sorry kids. I'll be in Nashville. ;)
That's not a problem, Tucker. I'm sure the place will get cleaned up (sort of) and some of the windows re-hung (kinda) with vapour-wrap at the very least.
And the majority of the craters would be leveled out/filled in, or at the very least 'balanced' to give everything a good, pleasing landscaped look.

And we'll be sure to leave the lights on for you! :D
(put the key back under the mat?)
 
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How sad. I would be in the truck on the way home before he got his rubber gloves and sleeves on. I saw a guy break out those sleeve/glove things once. WTF? Are you going to do to that deer that you need all that? Then I showed him how to dress a deer.
 
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