RE: [vegetarian-386] John Pippin's Seminar

From: Cassie
Sent on: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 10:49 AM
Hello,

I know i'm some random person...I'd like to go to the
seminar...i'd been thinking about it, but didn't
really want to drive out there by myself.  do you live
in dallas??

Cassie
--- Brian <[address removed]> wrote:


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Patrick,
 
I was thinking of going to this seminar and would be
willing to take a few people with me (I can take 3
passengers). I haven't been involved with VegNod in
the past, but have been trying to follow a vegetarian
lifestyle for the past 6 months. Let me know if anyone
is interested in hitching a ride. Would love to meet
some fellow Veggies.
 
Brian





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From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [vegetarian-386] John Pippin's Seminar
Date: Sun, 24 Feb[masked]:39:24 -0500


Dr. John Pippin is presenting a seminar on food and
the environment this Thursday, 2/28 at TCU at 7pm.
It's supposed to be in the "life-changing" category as
far as content is concerned. Dr. Pippin's schedule is
full, so this will be his last speech in the Metroplex
for some time. I would love to go see it myself, but
by the time I got out of work and made it to Ft. Worth
the lecture would be finished. I promised Margaret
Morin that I would write a post on our group asking if
anybody was interested in setting up a car pool from
Dallas to the event. I guess there are a few VNOD
members who are interested in going but aren't able to
drive to Ft. Worth themselves. You can contact me via
e-mail if you are able to do this, and I will get you
connected with Margaret and the carpoolees interested
in carpooling. 

Here is the event information from one of VNOD's
e-mails:
Vegetarian Network of Dallas Presents

  Food and the Environment:  The R eal Inconvenient
Truth

  Presented by:  John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C.

  When: Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 7 PM.  
Admission is Free!
  Where: Texas Christian University , 2800 S.
University Dr , Ft Worth, Sid Richardson Lecture Hall
2

  What:  John Pippin, M.D. will lead a lively
discussion on how to live healthier and longer, while
saving the planet from catastrophic climate change and
showing compassion to animals.   "We are eating
ourselves ? and our planet ? to death," says Dr.
Pippin.   

  Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn the
truth about how poor food choices harm our own health
and the health of the planet and what we can do about
it.  This is a "must hear" presentation for those
interested in health, the environment, and/or animals.
 

  Dr. Pippin is Senior Medical and Research Advisor
for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine,
founder of the North Texas Animal Rights Network, and
a scientific advocate of the vegan diet.  He taught
medicine at Harvard Medical School and is the former
Director of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Cooper
Clinic. 

Visitor Parking:  Call TCU at[masked] or[masked]
7930


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Cassie

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