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August 04, 2009

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"Any conversation can be brought back to the animals."
- Hahaha. I laughed out loud when I read that because every conversation I have is about animals! I drive everyone I know insane. Yay for the vegan virus.

Love this, Jasmin!!!

I much prefer "vegan seed" or "vegan meme" (if you want to get fancy) to "vegan virus," but I agree with the overall point. In my own family, I have seen how compassion for animals and a vegan lifestyle can spread. Sometimes it takes years, but when it finally happens, it's well worth all the care we put into it.

Love your blog! This inspired me to go out at lunchtime today to visit car dealerships and pretend I was interested in buying. Great opportunity to explain why I won't buy certain cars that contain leather because I am vegan, vegan, vegan!

You made my day, Jasmin. I'm just starting to become more vocal about my lifestyle/vegan beliefs. Your energy inspires me to go further. Was great to hear you speak at the Hoe Down (cheesy jokes included!).

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