Vegans Are Tastier [NOOK Book]

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Take an evolutionary journey through time and space in an unexpected vegan book that includes branding, hunting, spanking, torture, death and cannibalism.

21st Century Historian (Gentile Rainn): On occasion, before dying out and destroying themselves, the meat-eaters were seen hanging around back alleys of pubs drinking and fighting, sometimes sodomizing each other.

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Overview

Take an evolutionary journey through time and space in an unexpected vegan book that includes branding, hunting, spanking, torture, death and cannibalism.

21st Century Historian (Gentile Rainn): On occasion, before dying out and destroying themselves, the meat-eaters were seen hanging around back alleys of pubs drinking and fighting, sometimes sodomizing each other.

21st Century Historian (Herb Dean): If you look at things with hindsight, the meat-eaters never really had a chance. I mean, they were so hypocritical to the point where they would have one animal, whom they loved and cared for, living with them (Some of these animals were referred to as dogs. Note the dyslexic reference to God), and in the same moment would bleed and suffer another animal so they could devour its charred flesh for supper.

Local Vegan (Said Huster): The idea that vegetarians and meat-eaters were both Homo sapiens is a post-mortem thought gone the way of the moo-cow. Homo sapiens were by nature very self-gratifying. In other words, they didn't care what they murdered or whom they hurt in crimes of hunger and passion. They acted very cruelly towards one another. Religions were developed to try to right these instinctual behaviors, but these religions did little to deter most Homo sapiens hell-bent on self-delusions of pride. Sometime around the turn of the twenty-fourth century, the first true Homo nexus was born. (See also Homo vegetare.)

21st Century Historian (Herb Dean): Moo-cows became extinct, though it is unknown whether this happened before or after the demise of the human (meat-eater) omnivore. A strain of CuuD Disease (almost always spelled capital C, lower case u, lower case u, capital D), a mutation of mad cow disease, killed roughly 99 percent of the cows, roughly two-thirds of the carnivores on the land, and most human omnivores. It is believed the other human omnivores destroyed themselves through wars, terrorist acts and unhealthy diets, or starved to death rather than eat vegetables.

21st Century Historian (Willow Whittier): It is said the last meat-eater died sometime around the turn of the 23rd century. His name was said to have been Ronald McDonald.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781456748289
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 4/5/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2012

    Powerful new animal rights novel discusses the way in which huma

    Powerful new animal rights novel discusses the way in which humanity treats animals and depicts what it might be like to walk a mile in their hooves.

    KAPOLEI, Hawaii - In an apocalyptic thriller that exposes animal cruelty and the hypocrisy of eating meat, author Joe DeMarco paints a picture of a world brought to its knees by its craving for beef. Take an evolutionary journey through time and space in an unexpected animal rights book that includes branding, hunting, spanking, torture and cannibalism in Vegans Are Tastier (now available through AuthorHouse).

    Separated into 11 recordings (short stories) with intermissions (one-page short stories between every story) from The Book of Soulless Animals, a pseudo book within the book, DeMarco takes us through what he calls the Human History of the Schism Between Carnivores and Omnivores. In a not-so-distant future a prion disease is caught by most cattle, and humans that consume their flesh contract this shaking sickness. It is the incubation period of 10-20 years that makes this Mad CuuD Disease so dangerous. The book shows us recordings of desperate Homo sapiens during this tumultuous time period. The underlying theme in all stories is animal rights, as we "watch" a human get branded, men hunt for a tiger, a teenager get cleaned like a chicken and finally a philosophical discussion about cannibalism.
    About the author
    Joseph DeMarco was born in New York City. He lived most of his life in Buffalo, NY and he now teaches seventh grade on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. He is the author of the novels Plague of the Invigilare, The 4 Hundred and 20 Assassins of Emir Abdullah-Harazins, At Play in the Killing Fields and Blind Savior, False Prophet.

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