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Monday, 26 June 2006
Peach JAMboree Protest Successful!
Mood:  surprised
Ok. I participated in a protest at the Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo in Fredricksburg, TX on June 16 and 17th. There were ten of us and we split into two groups to cover the JAMboree in shifts. It was hot! It went well for the most part. We were respectful and most of the event attendees were peaceful. We talked to a lot of people about our position on and the sorry state of Plant rights. We even managed to get some signatures on the Plant Bill of Rights! There were a few smart-alecks who thought it was funny to eat peach jam in front of us and some of us became very upset. It is hard not to resent those who have such malice in their hearts! Luckily we retained our composure and carried on with the protest. Overall, I think it all turned out rather well!


Posted by ginnydang at 4:35 AM EDT
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Monday, 19 June 2006
Membership
Mood:  celebratory
Hi everyone, this is Lynda. I just wanted to let everyone know (if you haven't already noticed) that the membership info has been added to our website. You can find it at http://alexbarzaga.tripod.com/ourstory/index.html. Remember, membership is FREE! Our only requirement is that you are interested in the advancement of the rights of Plant's. So sign up and help the Plant’s!

Oh, and Ginny, didn't you organize a protest in Fredericksburg this week? How did it go?


Posted by simpkinslyn at 1:28 AM EDT
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Friday, 16 June 2006
Love the Questionaire!!
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Welcome
Way yo to go Kat! The new questionaire is great!


Posted by sierrapix at 3:32 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 13 June 2006
Questionaire
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: questions
Although I may be new to the blog, I am a long time believer and fairly active member of the PLF. Soon to be available, as the head of online marketing research, will be a questionaire geared toward bringing in members and finding out who has a vested interest in our cause...as well as to weed out those who would no take us seriously. I am thrilled with the way the website is coming along and I am also incredibly excited about the Garlic festival. Should be loads of fun!!!!

Kat


Posted by katmill0 at 1:16 PM EDT
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Saturday, 10 June 2006
Delusion
Mood:  incredulous
Topic: rants
Well Jack, once again you've deluded yourself into thinking you had approval for something for which you did not! As an organization attempting to raise consciousness and influence beliefs in society we cannot be seen as an extremist organization. Your actions have not been, no will they be condoned by the PLF. Also what is it with your Cindy Lauper paranoia? I've never liked her music, and the last time you disagreed with the rest of us you started to babble nonsense about Cindy Lauper then as well.
Get some help Jack.
Steph


Posted by sierrapix at 9:42 PM EDT
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What the hell?
Mood:  irritated
Steph:
Everything I do, I do for the plants. I don't just talk about stopping the suffering, I actually do something about it. So you've pulled my membership, huh? How dare you give the orders for my activities and then pretend to be unaware and unapproving. I'm on the front lines of our movement every day while you sit in the comfort of your office listening to your old Cindy Lauper CDs. I'm warning you Steph, either reinstate my membership and recognize my operations publicly or I will form my own group. The choice is yours.
Cindy Lauper sucks!
Jack


Posted by harvester-of-sorrow at 1:37 PM EDT
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Friday, 9 June 2006
So much coming up...
Mood:  party time!
I cant wait to go to the GARLIC festival and i'll try and go and help you Sophie for the petition signing...i just love going to that stuff. It all makes me more passionate about being an active memember. The site just keeps getting better and better ALEX...your doing a great job, its hard to imagine that we thought we had a great site before the change..haha. FRED, have you heard anything about the ROSE BOWL PARADE, ive got a bunch of different ideas for clothing and whatnot...keep me posted..sounds like its going to come out well.

Baylee


Posted by bayleestmarie at 5:35 PM EDT
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Got Fired for believing in PLF
Mood:  irritated
Well i just wanted to share that it finally happened....i got fired from my job (Sonic for those that dont know). It started a while back when my boss yelled at me for not putting the veggies on the burgers (i didnt have it my heart), needless to say ive been given multiple warnings about that, so that day finally came where I just could not take it anymore, knowing the pain and turture that the Plants had gone through to get on that burger that someone is then going to EAT!!! Thats what happens when your dealing with people who dont have a passion about something as imporant as PLF. I just wanted to say thankyou to each and every memember for making me realize that there is so much more than this...Let me know when the next Protest or festival is you know i'll be there...i always am.

Latas,
Howie


Posted by howiesmart at 5:29 PM EDT
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Petiton coming...
Mood:  sharp
Well everyone the plan still looks like a go for the petetion signing. Still in the works on trying to figure out on the when and where, but it will be happening in the near future. It will be nice to get out again and take action and voice our feelings and to get others to sign. I will let everyone know when its a go...hope to see all your faces out there:)
Take care,
Sophie


Posted by sophiejones0 at 5:20 PM EDT
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What the Hell Are You Doing?
Mood:  sad
Topic: rants
Jack
How many time have I told you that we are NOT a direct action group. We support all NON-VIOLENT means to convey our message and to affect change. I am absolutely appalled that you have gone to this extent, dispite my urging you to channel your considerable energy into productive and NON-Violent directions. We have valued your energy in the past, in spite of your combustible temperament. However you have stepped over a line we cannot tolerate. As we discussed our efforts to become a socially acceptable group, passionately committed to environmental change and botanical protection can be ruined by your overzealous efforts. You've left us with no choice but to remove you from our active membership, effective immediately. Put your energies toward safe and legal progress for plant justice.
Steph


Posted by sierrapix at 1:21 PM EDT
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Mission Accomplished
Mood:  celebratory
Steph:
Just wanted to let you know that yesterday's operation in Oakland went off without a hitch. We were able to completely destroy the salad bar without causing serious injury to any of the patrons. An elderly couple was at the bar at the moment of detonation, but they only suffered 1st and 2nd degree burns. I told the guys that you were proud of them. Is the July action still on? I need to know as soon as possible in order to procure the stuff needed.
Thanks,
Jack


Posted by harvester-of-sorrow at 10:54 AM EDT
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Thursday, 8 June 2006
great news!
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Welcome
hi all, we'll i'm with my aussie friend susan, i don't know what the rose bowl is either. but if lots of people watch the parade and we are in it, well that's all good!! getting the message out is huge. i'll definitely come out for that, get ready for one energetic Kiwi!
danny


Posted by dannymacnamera at 5:36 PM EDT
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wow!
Mood:  happy
Topic: Welcome
i can't believe the PLF is going to be in a big parade. i don't know what the rose bowl is but i hear lots of people watch the parade, what a great way to get our message out. if i can i'll come to the states for the parade.
xoxoxo
susan


Posted by susanfnkl at 5:32 PM EDT
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what great news!
Mood:  energetic
Topic: Welcome
way to go frederick! you're hard work and the hrad work of those on the float committee is paying off...big time!! this is exactly the kind of esposure we need to bring our message into the spotlight, the progressive thinking of the tournament of roses people is to be commended. this is a huge step forward.
steph


Posted by sierrapix at 5:28 PM EDT
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Fantastic!
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Welcome
Frederic thats great news. what a way to celebrate the new year with our protest float against the exploitation of plant life! i will be out from utah, or wherever i'm at for that!
tim


Posted by oneriverlvr at 5:23 PM EDT
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2007 Rose Bowl Parade! We Are In!
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Welcome
I wanted to let everyone know, that I have not already contacted, that the PLF has been accepted to be in the 2007 Tournament of Roses parade on January 1, 2007!! Our float will proudly carry forth the 2007 parade theme of "Our Good Nature"! For those that haven't heard our float will of course have no harvested flowers or any other ravaged botanical product. Instead our float will proudly feature realistic leather and plastic renditions of various North American botanical species, including the Bristlecone Pine and the Coastal Redwood. So float committee folks...lots of work to do, but we're IN!!!!!!


Posted by applesavior at 5:19 PM EDT
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Monday, 5 June 2006
what about fish?
Mood:  quizzical
if animals don't feel pain, then what about fish. i read in some magazine that fish don't feel pain as well as bears, deer when they get shot. plants feel the pain because they are cut alive and have to live the rest of their lives deformed.


Posted by crocwrestling at 3:41 PM EDT
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riddle me this?
Mood:  not sure
i am a maple syrup conglomerate and i make all my living by producing maple syrup as you no, but if i am unable to "cultivate" how am i supposed to survive? i am a mormon, so i have a lot of children to feed.


Posted by maplesyrup12 at 3:34 PM EDT
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Animals Feel Pain Too
Mood:  irritated
OK, not to be disrespectful but some of you guys/girls are crazy! I used to be PLF when I thought sane people belonged. I joined because I think that mankind’s over reliance on domesticated plants and animals damages the environment and is morally wrong. It is one thing to cultivate (not domesticate) a few Plants for the survival of your family and to hunt Animals for the purposes of food, but today we are manipulating the DNA of plants and doping up animals for the slaughter, mass producing mutated and unhealthy freaks of nature for our consumption! I quit when the slant of the PLF became that Plants are holy and damn the Animals! Why do we need to exclude one group of the exploited to help another? Animals feel pain too!

~Matt


Posted by mattnmiguel at 12:32 AM EDT
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Sunday, 4 June 2006
PLF Rulz
Mood:  happy
Hi everyone! Sorry I haven’t posted sooner. I hadn’t checked my email in a while cuz I’ve been so busy so I didn’t know the website was up yet. Thanx Lyn! I’ll definitely be checking it out everyday. I’m so excited! OK, so for those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ginny from Sunset Valley, TX. Hello to all the other TXans I saw have posted already! Anyway, I’ve been a PLF member forever (20years)! My mom has been one for longer so that’s how I got into it. I just want to ask everyone how they became involved in the PLF. Tell your stories peeps ;)

~GinnyXOXOX


Posted by ginnydang at 11:44 PM EDT
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