How to Pronounce "Pagliacci"

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BTW, Heddie Leonne, can I have your number?
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"Annatto is natural, citric acid is natural, glycerin is natural. "

So is corn syrup.
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"This whole thing started with Raku pointing out that there is no vegan pizza option. "

Should I insist vegan restaurants have non-vegan options?

Veganism is like a penis: It's fine to have one and it's fine to be proud of it, but please don't whip it out in public and start waving it around. So keep you fundamentalist religion to yourselves.
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And this all started with a girl named Polly Ought She.
Next how to pronounce the Pacific Place smell-o-rama emporium: l'Occitane.
Start your engines.
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#95/#96: Ordering pizza-no-cheese is 1st wave vegan nonsense, just like ordering a hamburger without the meat, just a bun, lettuce, and tomato. You're subsidizing non-vegans (by paying for the cheese or meat), it's not on the menu so it doesn't give conscious omnivores an option, and you're not getting a real meal. It was fine for the early 90's or if you find yourself in rural Alabama, but there's no need for that now.

Just make a good vegan offering, put it on the menu, and charge what it should cost, if you don't want to get made fun of as an out-of-date chain restaurant for conservatives. If that's your thing, keep doing what you're doing.

Partial list of local vegan pizza places (even Kent & Bellevue pizza places are more in touch than Pagliacci): http://veganscore.com/2013/05/28/guide-t…
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@71: Are you stupid? Meat tastes good. People like meat. Some people don't like killing things. Some of those people want something that tastes like meat (which tastes good) but doesn't involve killing things.

I don't see how this is complicated.