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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    ^_^ Thankies. I hope you like it.

    Ooh, cool! I never made my own cereal bars before. Sounds like fun actually.
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    For me, I really love oat bran with soy milk. Oatmeal is tasty, but oat bran is healthier, and feels heartier; I feel full longer. It's also nice for when it's cold in the morning. Just pure comfort...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast? (2)

    Oat bran with soy milk, especially when it's cold, or I want some comfort food. I also like bran flakes with soy milk for something simple. When I have the time, and want to go fancy, then I'll make...
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    Re: What did you eat for the first time today?

    I had chap chae for the first time. And not the Americanized version either.
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    Re: Poisoning rhino horns to combat poachers

    Why stop at just poisoning wthe meat of sharks and fins =p?
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    Ah, I'm sure it won't be. And besides, Chinese is pretty fun to learn =D
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    @ Tigerlily: Really? That's really cool! Chinese can be hard to learn in terms of vocabulary (at least the tones and writing), but the grammar is really easy, and it's pretty fun. I'd really...
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    Happy to help! I don't remember the directions 100%, but have a good idea. I was staying near the 2/28 Peace Park and the National Museum which is in the park (I'd really recommend taking to the...
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    Good for you =) What part of Taiwan? If it's Taipei, I can recommend some places.
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    Well, I'm right now staying in Taipei. I've been here about a week almost, and have about three more left. I've found a few restaurants that are pretty veg friendly, or at least have veg options,...
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    Re: Swarovski

    Bleh, I hate to support anything to do with hunting, though it'd be hard to find a scope (or any other accessories) from a manufacturer that doesn't have hunting connections.
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    For the love of sweet gay loving Jesus, please tell me that was intentional, and youíre being satirical. Or do you really believe, based on an offhand comment I made to dismiss your attempt at...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    You keep on repeating that part... I'm not sure why. Other than if you say it enough times, that makes it true?


    Well, whatever reason you have your token Catholic friend is yours to come up...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    Well, I don't think pre-marital sex, or homosexuality are sins either. Hell, I don't think it's really my position to say what is a sin, and I think it's wrong to judge other people (like the people...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    But thatís the thing, itís just the people you know. I mean, here in Utah, the atheists I know are close minded bigots, 100% sure that theyíre right, everyone else is wrong and that people are only...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    Yes, actually, a direct link would be more helpful than Wikipedia (I never said that the Vatican didnít know aobut Roman Catholic views, but rather that Wikipedia wasnít infallible). Thanks for the...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    Actually, the Pope is not infallible (but what do I know? I mean, I'm not one to argue with the almighty Wikipedia. If the Internet says so, it must be right Not that the quoted Wikipedia page...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    Er, actually, I thought the debate was over Red Bull & other energy drinks. Well, you're entitled to your own opinion, but it does imply that it is atypical of other beliefs. If I said that...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    If you said that to me, I would probably just correct you, and give my views as I see them in accordance with me. I hope you would listen too, rather than just pass judgement on me based on my...
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    Wow really? I didn't know I'm a homophobe. Thanks for enlightening me. Anything more more you want to tell me about myself based on bigoted over generalizations? Were I atheist, would you assume I'm...
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    Re: Red Bull & other energy drinks

    I can say that there is widespread homophobia and intolerance in many religious (and non-religious) communities.
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    Re: vegan in Taiwan

    I'd be curious as to what's available now. I've been considering moving there in about a year and a half. I'll be finished with my degree in English education, and have been offered work with the...
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    Re: November is Vegan Month!

    I never knew that it was the whole month either. That's awesome.

    Cool photos Imblissful. Hehe, did you also dye it blue for September?
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    Factory farming and meat eating in general calls into question if humans, or most humans, really feel empathy >_>
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    I don't know what to add for ideas, but I would like to say I think that's a brilliant idea! I don't think I ever saw it done.
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    Re: fox hunting women make a calender!!!

    Heh, as to Krian's statements, I don't think calling someone not human is that much of an insult. Considering the human capacity for cruelty and injustice, human in the sense of a personality trait...
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    Re: Bull gores man to death in Spain

    Hehe, thanks L&LL

    Well, my point, Mahk, was just that with enough scary language and theatricality (and gratuitous quotes), you can make anything horrific.

    But right, back on topic. Bull...
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    Re: Anyone exercise at home?

    I do try to eat smaller meals more frequently, but usually it's 3 small meals, and a few snacks throughout the day. Though I try to have my higher carbohydrate meals (like pasta or cereal) before...
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    Re: Anyone exercise at home?

    Hehe, well, I usually don't type at the same time =p

    I really would love to try the Wii Fit if I ever got the money to spare for it. Ouch... I'm sorry about the injury. I hope it heals (er... no...
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    Re: Anyone exercise at home?

    I've been exercising at home this summer (when I haven't been able to go hiking). I've been trying to shoot for over an hour a day, 5-7 days a week.

    I'm lucky enough to have a punching bag to...
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    Re: Bull gores man to death in Spain

    Bit over dramatic of a description much? I don't think the quotes need to be around consenting, unless you are referring to boxers forced to fight at gunpoint. And torture usually happens without the...
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    Re: Bull gores man to death in Spain

    "The Portuguese people wonder why these animal rights activists can come in and disrupt a legal event without any consequences whatsoever," Frank Sousa, director of the Center for Portuguese Studies...
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    Re: Bull gores man to death in Spain

    There was some interesting discussion about boxing and combat sports being vegan, but I commented on that thread instead of this one. In short though, I feel fighting sports (or any sports that can...
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    Re: Bull gores man to death in Spain

    I thought an anagram for "martial arts" was "Rats ram Lita" or "Trial tars Ma" =p
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    Re: hey san diego!!

    Well, I'm a former San Diegan, and while I'm now studying in Utah, I do go back to Cali on vacations.
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    Re: the "natural" argument

    Exactly. What I think of as natural, may not be what you think of as natural. Or free, for that matter. What you think of when you hear the term "civil rights" most likely would be vastly different...
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    Re: the "natural" argument

    But how are we apart from nature? If we are apart from nature, it's only in our view, only if we view humans as somehow unnatural. I think it's more a construct of our society (and language). It's...
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    Re: the "natural" argument

    I think a big problem with the "natural argument" is that "natural" and "artificial" are arbitrary. It comes from the view that humans are somehow apart from nature, and therefore what we do is...
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    Re: the "natural" argument

    The "Top of the food chain" argument doesn't really hold up. It's an attempt to put a scientific backing to the "might makes right" argument. It just says that since we can kill whatever other...
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    Re: Vegan for Lent

    I think it was a good comparison and example of 'going through the motions' versus actually taking on a belief =)
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