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  1. It is ridiculous. If I was vegan I think I would have a hard time going into a Burger King since there’s always a very strong scent of a lot of cooking meat assaulting your senses when you walk in! And the kitchen is usually right there and fully visible by the checkout so you’ll be seeing meat burgers getting flipped and cooked while you wait!
  2. Sadly yes. He’s been bonkers for years and talks likes he’s one of Trump dumb sons.
  3. Vegan files $5 million lawsuit against Burger King over ‘contaminated’ Impossible Burger By DAVID MATTHEWS NEW YORK DAILY NEWS NOV 18, 2019 | 10:38 PM Burger King is in for a grilling. A vegan filed a lawsuit against Burger King claiming that the chain’s prep for its Impossible Whopper, which uses a plant-based Impossible Burger patty but is cooked on the same grill as meat, contaminates the vegan burger. The lawsuit, filed by Phillip Williams in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, aims to become a class-action. According to the suit, Williams ordered the Impossible Whopper at an Atlanta location. He was shocked to find the vegan patty was grilled on the same surface as beef burgers, leading to a “meat-free patty that is in fact covered in meat byproduct,” the suit alleges. No vegan would order the menu item if they knew how it was prepared, the lawsuit states. Williams claims that Burger King’s deception is a violation of Florida’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act as well as breach of contract and unjust enrichment statutes. Burger King advertises the Impossible Whopper as “100% Whopper, 0% Beef.” On the company’s website, small font reads “For guests looking for a meat-free option, a non-broiler method of preparation is available upon request.” Impossible Foods, which created the Impossible Burger patty, said the item was aimed at meat-eaters who were looking to consume less animal protein, not vegetarians and vegans. The suit is seeking damages and for Burger King to “plainly disclose” Impossible Whoppers are prepared on grills that also prep meat. The Impossible Whopper launched in August 2019.
  4. Ivanka Trump criticizes impeachment investigation, but says whistleblower's identity is "not important" https://ti.me/2Cs4gC0
  5. https://7news.com.au/sport/tennis/margaret-court-reignites-debate-on-her-legacy-ahead-of-50th-anniversary-of-grand-slam-c-544531 Margaret Court reignites debate on her legacy ahead of 50th anniversary of grand slam Wednesday, 6 November 2019 11:07 pm Margaret Court has vowed not to return to the Australian Open if Tennis Australia does not want to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her calendar-year grand slam. The presence of her name on the tournament's No.2 court continues to divide the sport, two years after she opposed same-sex marriage. Court's views have been condemned by a number of former tennis players, including contemporary Billie Jean King, while the threat of current players boycotting matches on Margaret Court Arena has thus far failed to materialise. But as the 2020 tournament nears, Tennis Australia has yet to decide whether or how to commemorate the anniversary of her 1970 grand slam. Court, who has not been to the Australian Open since 2017, believes the organisation is dodging what she acknowledges would become a controversial decision to honour her. "I think Tennis Australia should sit and talk with me," Court told The Age. "They have never phoned me. Nobody has spoken to me directly about it. I think they would rather not confront it." Having watched all four majors celebrate compatriot Rod Laver this year, 50 years after his 1969 grand slam, Court will choose not to attend if she does not receive a call. "They brought Rod in from America. If they think I'm just going to turn up, I don't think that is right. I think I should be invited," she said. "I would hope they would pay my way to come like they paid for his, and honour me. If they are not going to do that, I don't really want to come." Tennis Australia told the newspaper they "recognise the tennis achievements of Margaret Court, although her views do not align with our values of equality, diversity and inclusion". Court's achievements – particularly her 24 grand slam titles – gained renewed attention after American superstar Serena Williams won the 2017 Australian Open, her 23rd major, to hold the outright Open Era record. Williams, who has lost four grand slam finals in the past two years, is determined to pass Court for the all-time record. Name change debate Long-time Vogue editor Anna Wintour reignited the furore over the Margaret Court Arena name in January. Wintour used a speech at an Australian Open event to call on Tennis Australia to rename the stadium for the second time in 16 years. "It is inconsistent for the sport for Margaret Court's name to be on a stadium that does so much to bring all people together across their differences," the journalist said. "This much I think is clear to anyone who understands the spirit and the joy of the game. Intolerance has no place in tennis. "What we love (is) watching these remarkable men and women exceed themselves while being themselves in many different forms. "Margaret Court was a champion on the court but a meeting point for players of all nations, preferences, and backgrounds should celebrate somebody who was a champion off the court as well." Court said at the time her beliefs should not affect a legacy forged on the court. "All is said is what the * said. I have nothing against homosexual people. If they choose to be gay, that's fine," she said. "I have them in my church – they come every Sunday. They've been doing the flowers in the church for 14 years, and they're my biggest fans. I should be able to have my say as a minister of the Gospel. I believe I shouldn't be bullied for what I did in my past."
  6. Anti-vaxxer mom on the spot after giving trick-or-treaters chicken-pox infected lollipops 11/01/2019 11:11 pm ET • Sneha Konda An Australian anti-vaxxer mom is in quite a spot after giving trick-or-treaters lollipops infected with chicken pox for Halloween. Posting in a private Facebook group “Stop Mandatory Vaccination,” Sarah Walker claimed that her son had recently come down with the pox. She said, tainting Halloween candy would help give the kids chicken pox, making them immune for life, according to a Australia’s popular news site news.com.au. “So my beautiful son [redacted] has the chickenpox at the moment and we’ve both decided to help others with natural immunity this Halloween!” Walker reportedly wrote in the group. She was also willing to sell the infected lollies. “If anyone else would like some for their children happy to send via post for $1 plus postage to your location.” Police are reportedly investigating Walker’s claim, according to report by The Hill. Walker’s story mimics the idea of “pox parties.” The parties saw parents put their healthy children in the same room as kids that were sick with chicken pox, in the hope that their kids would contract the disease and “be immune for life.” Although this trend was popular before 1995 when a vaccine for chicken pox did not yet exist, it has now seen a bizarre comeback, with the The World Health Organization recognizing “vaccine hesitancy” as one of the top threats to global health in 2019.
  7. Moron and robot wife can’t even hand out candy properly to trick or treaters. I feel bad for the minion kid.
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