When veggie legend Morrissey bought meat for Cornwall’s homeless

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https://www.cornwalllive.com/whats-on/music-nightlife/veggie-legend-morrissey-bought-meat-3130113

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When veggie legend Morrissey bought meat for Cornwall’s homeless

Stallholders defied The Smiths singer’s meat ban

Morrissey may have sung “meat is murder” but thanks to the vegetarian music legend the homeless of Cornwall enjoyed a £200 meat feast.

The former frontman of The Smiths gets a bad rap these days for his political views and support for nationalist party For Britain, but there was a time he made happier headlines if still somewhat controversial.


//the haters are lame today - the article is available since hours... :lbf:
 
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https://www.cornwalllive.com/whats-on/music-nightlife/veggie-legend-morrissey-bought-meat-3130113

Excerpt:
When veggie legend Morrissey bought meat for Cornwall’s homeless

Stallholders defied The Smiths singer’s meat ban

Morrissey may have sung “meat is murder” but thanks to the vegetarian music legend the homeless of Cornwall enjoyed a £200 meat feast.

The former frontman of The Smiths gets a bad rap these days for his political views and support for nationalist party For Britain, but there was a time he made happier headlines if still somewhat controversial.


//the haters are lame today - the article is available since hours... :lbf:

Misleading article headline and thread title. Morrissey didn't buy the meat:

"However, Morrissey’s manager walked through and noticed Chris’ stall. After some to-ing and fro-ing he bought up the whole stall and told us he would donate it to St Petrocs.”
 

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Misleading article headline and thread title. Morrissey didn't buy the meat:

"However, Morrissey’s manager walked through and noticed Chris’ stall. After some to-ing and fro-ing he bought up the whole stall and told us he would donate it to St Petrocs.”
Then Boz pulled and loaded it all in the back of a truck* and it was never seen again.


*lorry
 
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This is a great advert for vegetarianism. It shows it at its humanitarian best, not its dessicated puritanical worst ("yes, we caused hunger and suffering to actual beings, right there, right then, but at least we're ideologically pure-as-the-driven").
 
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