Hometown: Long Island, NY
May 9, 2009
Hi. I turned herbivore 16 years ago and for the past 4, have been a vegan. I think it's the closest concept I have of a worship-worthy religion. I would like to get more involved in animal welfare. And eat good food with like minded people.
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I work an awful lot and live by myself. My meals are not too intricate. I spend about 30 minutes daily on food prep. I bake a lot for others. It is my hope I can influence omnivores to switch to a vegan lifestyle, by use of trifling yumminess.
I haven't been to too many places outside of NY. I'm torn between Counter and Red Bamboo. I hear there are amazing eateries in Brooklyn, but alas, I'm a Queens gal.
My vision of vegan bliss is one of chaos. Imagine any eatery in NYC where a crowd of 100,000 NYers were lined up for blocks and blocks waiting to partake in a lovefest of cruelty free conviviality. Can you see that?
I was looking at the NY Braniac site and I noticed
Great to see you are still steadfast in your pursuit of knowledge.
Hey Girl! Missed you tonite;sorry you had to work late! Hope to see you soon! :) Cheers, Trinity
Tori, hey, you have amazing perspectives on Astronomy !
The lighting in your portrait reminds me of Rembrandt's; your arm is a unique feature.
hey! great seeing you again! Sorry I had to dash--got paged! But I found the talk fascinating
p.s. Carl Jung is watching over my computer
Hi, Tori - nice to meet you
Wow! This woman has an incredible, encyclopedic, wealth of knowledge about myth, story, and the human connection at her fingertips. Always an expansive, caring presence.