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Vegan Resources:

These are the most helpful ones out there! Feel free to add to the list!!

Documentaries:

  • Animals: Earthlings
  • Environment: Cowspiracy
  • Health: Forks Over Knives

Books:

Wondering about:

  • Nutrition on a vegan diet - Vegan for Life or Becoming Vegan
  • Being a vegan athlete - Thrive or Eat & Run
  • Living a vegan lifestyle - Mainstreet Vegan and The Kind Diet
  • How it helps the animals- Eating Animals
  • Why it is the best way to live (and SO IMPORTANT)- The World Peace Diet

Research on Plant Based Diets:

  • Eat to Live
  • The China Study
  • How Not to Die

Recipes:

  • Oh She Glows blog & book
  • Minimalist Baker blog
  • Farm Sanctuary book
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as tough 2016 was in retrospect, thank you 2016 for the massive progress and imagination!! thank you all for being with me till now! i hope 2017 brings more great things! 

special shout out to my senpai @southpauz for inspiring me to draw and evoke my passion for digital art again!!! 

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woozi: *chases meanie with a guitar* DELETE THOSE DAMN FOLDERS OFF THE COMPANY COMPUTER NOW
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You're Dead
Norma Tanega
You're Dead

Artist: Norma Tanega
Track: You’re Dead
Album: Walking My Cat Named Dog
Label: New Voice Records
Year: 1966

I first heard this song as the theme to the hilarious New Zealand Vampire Comedy Mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows, and I was floored.  Of course I thought it was probably the work of some modern, indie singer-songwriter lady, but it turned out to be by former camp counsellor and erstwhile lover of Dusty Springfield, Norma Tanega.  

Honestly, I had heard very little 60′s Folk music that had such beautiful darkness to it… the song just seemed to be thematically post 80′s.  You would have thought that Norma Tanega would have been more likely to have been the girlfriend of Rennie Sparks rather than Dusty Springfield… but you, like I, would have been wrong.