Why, here ya go!
John Dick said when he updated the business’ Facebook page a few weeks ago, the store was enjoying 5-star endorsements. This week, the business’ rating plummeted.
“I’m like ‘Wow, what did I do?'” said Dick. “I must have made someone really mad. It was just a bunch of one star ratings by seven or eight different people.”
Kristina Foley, along with other friends and customers, defended the butcher online and realized most of the critics were from out of state. The reviewers seemed to be part of an organized attack with a purpose.
“When you looked at their pages, they’re all vegans,” said Foley. “And I’m like that’s not fair. You need to let people know your personal agenda is your personal agenda.”
It turns out those vegans had a beef with anyone trying to call them out. They started posting disturbing photos on the store’s Facebook timeline, then targeted the customers, like Jenny Lona. She said they reposted her photos, commenting she must look old from eating meat. *snip*
Foley showed us they even went as low to repost photos of her son, calling him “inbred.” *snip*
The butcher isn’t a stranger to these types of attacks. Animal rights activists vandalized Golden Steer Choice Meats repeatedly in 1996.
I find Veganism to be a particularly stupid and brutal religion filled with almost unbearably self righteous prigs who prattle on and on about ‘eating naturally’ whilst rejecting the very thing people have eaten since, well, forever — Meat!
In our years doing the diet one of the more eye opening and mildly amusing/horrifying trips we would make were to so-called ‘health food’ shops. Which we took to calling Alchemy shops due to their hilarious habit of selling ridiculous overpriced ‘Incan Superfoods’ that typically turn out to be nothing more than brightly colored carbs for gullible rubes.
Want a real superfood? It’s located at the butcher shop!
I hear the Golden Steer is pretty good.
- Title pun courtesy of Michelle, please kindly direct all praise and/or brickbats in her direction!