A young woman in Australia (and self-proclaimed "judgemental vegan bitch") takes to YouTube to rant about veganism and obesity. If only she'd included a pit bull, this would be the holy grail of Slog bait.
Thank you, Gawker.
My first vegan experience was in 1977 in Honolulu, Hawaii. I was working as a resident doctor at Queens Medical Center training to become an internist. Jeff Lane, a young doctor, was my intern and a vegan for ethical reasons—he did not want to harm animals. Outward proof of his convictions was his nylon belt and plastic shoes. But there was one glaring inconsistency: Jeff was not the picture of good health. He was very overweight with greasy skin and acne. I soon discovered why Jeff’s health was so poor: most of his calories came from potato chips and Coke—items easily available to him in the hospital dining room, gift shop, and vending machines. He was the ultimate “junk food vegan.”
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