Why vegans can't decide whether they're allowed to eat honey. - By Daniel Engber - Slate Magazine
"There's never been a better time to be a half-assed vegetarian. Five years ago, the American Dialect Society honored the word flexitarian for its utility in describing a growing demographic—the "vegetarian who occasionally eats meat."" http://www.slate.com/id/2196205/
Re: Are you a flexitarian? Can vegans eat honey? ...
Hmmmmm, I heard about a study that found that trees actually sing. They sing at a pitch much higher than the level of what humans can hear, but they do. Apparently it's like a good precussionist. Also, I have heard that there have been studies which show that when a tree is being cut down, the songs are more sad. If it's windy and sunny, though, it's a happy song.
So can the vegans actually eat anything? If it is ever shown, beyond a doubt, that trees have some sort of feeling, then they'll be totally screwed.
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