On Mark Sisson’s Book and VegansWednesday, March 17, 2010
Mark Sisson’s book is shooting to the top on Amazon today (stats at 1:30 EST):
Amazon.com Sales Rank: #9 in Books (See Bestsellers in Books)
Popular in these categories: (What’s this?)
#1 in Books > Health, Mind & Body > Diets & Weight Loss > Diets > Weight Maintenance #1 in Books > Health, Mind & Body > Exercise & Fitness #2 in Books > Health, Mind & Body > Diets & Weight Loss > Diets > Weight Loss
Upon publishing that review, should I be surprised that I am receiving stupid emails from stupid vegans? These idiots are psychotic. If they don’t like what I write about what I eat, then they can make the decision to not read it, and eat how they want to eat. But you see, veganism is all about hating people, hating progress, hating freedom, and hating life. They are all a bunch of depressed, angry, unhealthy, gaunt, bored pissants. They have nothing better to do than send me retarded emails stating, “Eat vegan.” My Blackberry (okay, Crackberry) is literally jumping off of my desk today. I had to build a makeshift “soft base” so it doesn’t disturb the entire office. Indeed, I am getting overwhelmingly approving emails, but the idiocy from vegans, who can’t mind their own business, is mindboggling.
Now I know plenty of vegetarians, and they are typically far less hateful and intrusive than the vegans, or food commies. The vegetarians I know are following that lifestyle because: 1) They are looking to get away from garbage food, and so, being uneducated on food matters, they turn to vegetarianism as an alternative because they think it’s the better – and more anti-conventional – option. And it is. At least it’s a step away from the Standard American Diet and toward real food. 2) It is for religious reasons. I’ve never encountered much food militancy from the vegetarians - it’s always been the strict vegans. What miserable morons they all are.
I am not an anti-grain Nazi by the way. Some people can eat grains (or they think they can), and I do like them though I don’t eat them very often. On a “cheat day,” like two weeks ago, I went to the Rice Bowl restaurant at lunchtime and had a heaping bowl of rice, veggies, and meat. It was pure piggishness, but it was damn good. When I’m down South I won’t resist real Southern cornbread.
There will be much, much more on these topics in the near future on my new website.