The more I meet the people in the animal rights movement, the more I am sure that success is not just inevitable, but on a very short time frame, too.
The intelligence, drive, confidence, and sheer passion that you all have is incredible. We are far stronger than the Civil Rights Movement in 1954, the Gay Rights Movement in 1969, or even the Arab Spring Movement in 2010.
And, with the accelerated pace of normative change, in recent years (and all over the world), we should aim just as high:
Revolutionary change in one generation (or less).
Now let's go out and make it happen.
there appears to be one exception that i can think of, but all of the vegans i know (3 or 4) are either total pieces of shit (the "organic vegan"), judgemental snobs, or suckers for trends. All are disconnected with WTF is going on elsewhere, and it's annoying as all hell.
If you have to comment on how many times you went to the gym this week, I'm just going to assume you're a lazy fatass and leave it at that.
Also, she's including the four day weekend as "this week" so it shouldn't really count.
I notice fat chics really like to talk about all the working out they're doing. The Sbx I stop at on the way to work often has a random fat chic in work out clothes ordering one of those 1k calorie drinks.