Let's get to know NDP leadership candidate Thomas Mulcair.


Machjo
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#61
And by the way, is Mulcair Catholic? I hope so because if there's ever a reopening of the constitution, he might propose some scary stuff, like no religious discrimination in the constitution, like they do in the US... or France!

Scary stuff.

Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

Think it's complex now?

Just wait until we factor-in the Esperanto variable.

Do they have to be vegan too?
 
captain morgan
Bloc Québécois
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#62
The Queen will be so relieved.

BTW - Is it a requirement to be vegan if one speaks Esperanto?
 
Machjo
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

The Queen will be so relieved.

BTW - Is it a requirement to be vegan if one speaks Esperanto?

No. One is a language, the other a diet. Though admittedly it can be tricky to eat vegan and speak in Esperanto at the same time. How is it with English and meat?

But I must say many Esperanto-speakers I've met are vegetarian or vegan. Probably has to do with both sharing a similar philosophy.
 
captain morgan
Bloc Québécois
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by MachjoView Post

No. One is a language, the other a diet. Though admittedly it can be tricky to eat vegan and speak in Esperanto at the same time. How is it with English and meat?

It's the best language in which to order a blue-rare steak

Quote: Originally Posted by MachjoView Post

But I must say many Esperanto-speakers I've met are vegetarian or vegan. Probably has to do with both sharing a similar philosophy.

I woulda figured that it had more to do with a protein deficiency.
 
Machjo
#65
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

It's the best language in which to order a blue-rare steak



I woulda figured that it had more to do with a protein deficiency.

I've been vegan for well over a decade, and not deficiency here. The steak's not cutting off the windpipe I hope.
 

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