|V for Vendetta.|
As a vegetarian, I don't really have much trouble with trying to establish a "vegetarian day" once a week, like the current campaign for "Meatless Monday." But really, how can they be so clueless as to try to start all over, proverbially reinventing the wheel, instead of conforming to the established tradition of 50% of Canadians that Friday is that meatless day?
In any case, to anyone who understands human psychology, Monday, the first day of the work week, is the worst possible day to ask people for some special sacrifice.
Speaking of vegetarianism, apparently someone has perfected a mock chicken that tastes so much like chicken it fools the experts in taste tests. And it's cheaper than real chicken. This one is going to go through the roof, if governments do not stop it somehow. I think everybody feels a little guilty about eating meat, and if you can make it a no-sacrifice, or better, meat cannot compete.