|Monday, August 29th, 2011|
veg groupons/living social vouchers for sale
In one of life's grand little curveballs, I find myself moving to SF in two weeks. I have a good # of livingsocial vouchers and groupons for veg places in the city and I just won't get to use them before my time's up. Rejoice! Here's your chance to get tasty food on the cheap.Quintessence
-- worth $40 (pay me $20)Pine Box Rock Shop
-- 2 vegan waffle brunches ($7)Pommes Frites --
2 x $11 ($10)Sacred Chow
-- $40 ($20)Teany
-- $10 ($5) n.b. expires Sept. 30V-Spot
-- $30 ($15)
Expired ones: these you can redeem for what I paid for them. Prices discounted accordingly.Pure Food and Wine
($20 x 2) -- I'll take $20 for both of them. Groupon said to me that it is up to the individual business to decide whether they would honor two expired Groupons at once. Usually there is a one-per-table limit. But because you're not getting promotional value for them, maybe they would. Whatever. If not, just duck in for one of those awesome sundaes and a glass of champagne twice.V-Note
($15) -- I'll take $5.
First person to take something off my hands gets a free $10 to Idle Hands Bar
in the East Village. I work in Midtown East and live in the EV. Send me a message and let's do this. <3 thanks!
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|Friday, January 28th, 2011|
Vegan and non vegan pizza spot with separate vegan menu at Allen St.Pala Pizza
Fuck I love pizza, can't wait to try this shit out.
I did, shit was fantastic! Current Mood: excited
|Monday, January 24th, 2011|
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|Thursday, November 18th, 2010|
pleather and pvc
I am a burlesque performer and need to buy a dominatrix ensemble by Monday for a Harry Potter act I'm doing. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions of stores where I could shop that would be full of leather. I am especially interested in getting a bull whip, but I assume they are mainly made of leather.
|Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
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|Tuesday, July 6th, 2010|
Best tofu spot in NYC?
Really in the mood for some good ole' tofu.
|Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
Nice quote I felt like sharing.
"The fate of animals is of greater importance to me than the fear of appearing ridiculous; it is indissolubly connected with the fate of man.”
- Emile Zola
|Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
50% off vegan fare
Groupon is offering $10 vouchers at kosher & vegan deli Terri
for $5, today only. Sadly the limit is only 2 per person.Link.
(mods: apologies if this sort of post isn't allowed!)
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|Friday, April 30th, 2010|
The NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) wants to trap 600 homeless cats living in Ravenswood, a large housing project in Long Island City and bring them to Animal Care & Control, where most will surely be euthanized.
SaveKitty wants to Trap-Neuter-Return all the cats, find homes for the kittens and friendly adults, and return the rest (about 200) to Ravenswood, where they can live out their lives and provide natural rodent control for the residents. With the cats they currently have NO rats.
NYCHA'S way: $180,000 of taxpayer's money ($300 per cat X 600 cats )
SaveKitty's way: FREE
Who is Behind SaveKitty
SaveKitty has won the support of the following organizations in an effort to save these cats:
* Humane Society of the United States
* Humane Society of New York
* Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals
* Best Friends Animal Society
* Neighborhood Cats
* The Toby Project
* Many local vets How You Can Help
After months of struggle, we are finally meeting with NYCHA tomorrow morning to present our case.
We need you to contact NYCHA with your support of SaveKitty's TNR effort.
Email Tonight: Send email to NYCHA Chairman
Call Tomorrow Morning: (212) 306-3000
TNR is the only effective solution. Why waste taxpayer money when it can be done for free. Trap and eradicate (what they're planning) doesn't work. It only creates a vacuum effect, bringing more unneutered cats into the territory to multiply. If TNR is not done at Ravenswood, by the end of kitten season they'll have hundreds more cats to deal with. If the cats are removed the rodents will move in.