Morrissey's Zagreb Rider - Croatia Week and Večernji.hr

Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2014 (read-only)' started by Detritus, Dec 12, 2014.

By Detritus on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:13 PM
  1. Detritus

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    Croatia Week magazine posted Morrissey's rider from his show in Zagreb. Anyone hoping for something sensational will be disappointed.

    Morrissey’s Zagreb Rider - Croatia Week

    zagreb girl also posted a similar article with some more details:

    Evo što je Morrissey tražio za backstage: Bitno mi je da u Zagrebu dobro jedem - Večernji.hr (Google Translate to English)

    Gluten-free bread
    English muffins
    Fruits – apples, strawberries (no bananas)
    Hot chocolate
    Ice tea
    Tea bags
    White sugar
    Vanilla, green tea or fig scented candle
    Organic vegetarian cheddar cheese – Dubliner
    Rice milk
    Still water – Volvic or Fiji brand only
    Carton of organic apple juice
    Kerrygold biscuits
    Organic marmalade without gelatine
    Cereal
    Cashew nuts, unsalted
    Salty peanuts

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Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2014 (read-only)' started by Detritus, Dec 12, 2014.

    1. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      cool thanks detritus. seems he is vegan these days though i dont know when the switch accrued. for all i know he could have been for a while now
    2. Eurydice
      Eurydice
      "(No bananas)" -legitimately laughed

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      Which would account for a big weight loss...which everyone gets into a tizzy over....
    3. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      What makes it seem he is a vegan? The cheese or the hot chocolate?
    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Well he's not vegan if the cheese is for him, but it may be for Damon?

      He's gluten free now?

      Nice rider, nothing demanding or outrageous.
    5. BrummieBoy
      BrummieBoy

      Anyone hoping for something sensational will be disappointed.

      Why is Morrissey eating cheese? Don't come the Irish grass-fed, ethical excuse, which just shows Morrissey knows the facts but still carries on. Kerrygold products are about the 'least-worst' but....What do Kerrygold do with male calves? What happens to these cows when they can no longer produce milk for Morrissey's cheese? Why are they sending cows to Africa?

      "But cows do have thoughts and feelings, and anyone who consumes cheese and other dairy products is supporting cruel practices that cause them to suffer. If you don’t want to support such cruelty, choose vegan cheese and other plant-based foods."
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      Vegans do not eat Kerrygold Dubliner cheese. It's a healthy list, marred by the inclusion of dairy cheese. Morrissey is not vegan.

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    6. Anonymous
      Anonymous

      Even if he was vegan you would still find something to bitch about.

      Maybe the cheese isn't for him. He also has rice milk on the rider.
    7. BrummieBoy
      BrummieBoy
      The hot dogs and burgers at the o2 weren't for him yet he removed them from the menu. He isn't vegan, but he is a hypocrite. What happens to the calves on Kerrygold Dairy farms that make the milk that provides the Dubliner cheese on Morrissey's tour rider? They are slaughtered just like their relatives in the footage Morrissey absurdly shows during his fake animal rights dirge "Meat Is Murder". Milk Is Murder, too. Ipso facto: Cheese Is Murder.

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      [h=1]What Is the Value Of A Life? A Dairy Calf Story[/h]
      http://freefromharm.org/featured-articles/what-is-the-value-of-a-life-a-dairy-calf-story/


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    8. BrummieBoy
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    9. Anonymous
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    10. zagreb girl
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    11. BrummieBoy
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    12. Anonymous
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    13. Eurydice
      Eurydice
      I always thought a tour rider caters to the artist and his/her crew.

      If so, vegetarians who are ovo-lacto eat cheese.

      The world isn't all black and white.
    14. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      That rider wouldn't cover all 22 of the crew, but it's possible the cheese is for Damon or someone else. He is drinking rice milk.
    15. realitybites
      realitybites
      But if he is going to permit cheese then why not allow meat? Dairy cows and veal calves suffer as much as steer and other factory farmed animals. If Moz wasn't the Peta spokesperson for the Meat is Murder global campaign, then gray would be acceptable. In this case, he must abstain from and forbid all products that cause animal cruelty or get off the soapbox. I don't see why this is so difficult to comprehend for the apologists on this forum. Oh wait. Strike that. They are apologists.
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    16. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I wish someone would challenge him on it.
    17. Jamie
      Jamie
      To challenge it, one would first need the option of posing the question in a face-to-face setting where interview questions were not pre-screened or vetted on Morrissey's behalf. It would appear that's not how things currently operate.
    18. BrummieBoy
      BrummieBoy
      Really? Do you have the recipe used for his 'English Muffins' and bread? Or are you just talking out of your arse? Like Morrissey.

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      It is very clearly black and white that those, like Morrissey, who claim to be 'animal rights' activists whilst eating cheese are delusional:

      What Is the Value Of A Life? A Dairy Calf Story

      http://freefromharm.org/featured-art...ry-calf-story/

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    19. Gregor Samsa
      Gregor Samsa
      Why is it that, according to you, everyone else is talking out of their arse and you're sitting on all of the world's truths? Your narrow-mindedness is appalling.
      Do YOU have said recipe?
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