It’s March 28, folks. Besides being Reba McEntire’s birthday, today is really exciting because it marks the beginning of a veggie burger-eating marathon of sorts for me. Or maybe it’s more of a triathalon? Either way, there are only four days left of March, and between now and Friday I am going to eat the living daylights out of some Streamliners at Johnny Rockets. My running count is at somewhere around 73 veggie burgers devoured. I don’t eat, I end food.
SO, if you love double-stacked Boca burgers, nickel-jukeboxes, and ketchup art as much as I do, download your Johnny Rocket coupons and get eating before Friday!
In a statement on the ex-SMITHS frontman’s website, he writes, “I fully realise that the absence of any Morrissey concerts in Canada is unlikely to bring the Canadian economy to its knees, but it is our small protest against this horrific slaughter – which is the largest slaughter of marine animal species found anywhere on the planet. “The Canadian Prime Minister (STEPHEN HARPER) also states that the slaughter is necessary because it provides jobs for local communities, but this is an ignorant reason for allowing such barbaric and cruel slaughter of beings that are denied life simply because somebody somewhere might want to wear their skin. “Construction of German gas chambers also provided work for someone – this is not a moral or sound reason for allowing suffering.”