Last year I went on this trip to Albany for Gay rights. Well there was this lady who turned out to be vegan and I said to her I am vegan too. She looked at me and said Oh really how long I told her three months. She just rolled her eyes turned around and acted like I didn't exist. What makes me laugh now is that she kept saying how unhealthy everyone else was but she was overweight her ownself. Probably from eating tons of imitation foods. (I heard her say she couldn't survive without her fake cheese.) Now it is a year later and I'm still vegan and 80lbs. lighter. I'd love to see her now and just say hi. But can you believe that someone fighting for a oppressed group of people rights could be so closed minded towards someone else vegan? So what I had only been vegan three months at least I saw the light and changed my food habits. Well I'm glad I got that out it has been bothering me for a while now well a year actually.
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