Thursday, December 12, 2019

Now she must learn how to get that food!


One of the great things about the new media world is that when your kids start talking about "channels" they're not talking about broadcast, cable or satellite TV.

No, they're talking about YouTube, Vimeo and other sources of video entertainment.

One such channel recently in other news was Alyse Parker, with 730,000 subscribers watching her advocate for many things, but especially Veganism.
Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals.
So far, so standard. Except that something awful has happened to Alyse:

I Tried The CARNIVORE DIET For 30 Days (ex Vegan) 


“I swallowed my pride and decided I’d give it a shot,” she continued. “Full-on carnivore. I woke up the next morning feeling more mentally clear, focused, wholesome, and healthy than I had felt in years.”
No? Really?

Making it even worse is the following information on her YouTube clip:
This video was sponsored by ButcherBox ~ a company focused on making sustainable, grass fed meat available to more people around the world.
Ahem! Alyse. Just thought you should know that I live in a nation where almost all the meat comes from grass-fed animals. Looking for New Zealand promos on your site soon, NZ Meat Board?

You're welcome. Now admittedly Alyse has some other themes that she's pushed which reveal a certain .... trait:
  • Why I don't shower
  • How I stay confident with body hair
  • The dreads are gone
But naturally it's the meat one that has not gone down with her fans too well:
 “If you had to kill every animal you ate in this video... We all know you would go back to vegan immediately.
Oh I wouldn't bet on that! And especially now that Alyse has broken one barrier, the next one is teaching her how to use guns so she can get that meat. Double the fun of just eating meat.

An introduction to Brenna Spencer, University of Tennessee graduate, should suffice:




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