You Should Vegan-Town Dinner Theater and Always Expose a Cyber Bully

Stuffed Pepper Vegan Option Mystery Café

Stuffed Pepper Vegan Option Mystery Café

Imperial House Restaurant, San Diego, CA

Imperial House Restaurant, San Diego, CA

You should vegan-town dinner theater, not because it’s so amusing, but because you’ll be making a vegan statement at a table and room full of meat eaters.  A “vegan” sign will be displayed at your place setting.  The more vegans who do this, the more meat eaters will feel foolish to show everyone what meat eaters they are.

Vegan Hot Fudge Cake with So Delicious CocoWhip!

Vegan Hot Fudge Cake with So Delicious CocoWhip!

After winning a gift certificate, I checked out the Mystery Café Dinner Theater for “Nobody’s Got a Clue” at the Imperial House restaurant, downtown San Diego, by Balboa Park.  I liked how the actors were already in character goofing around when the guests were checking in.

Miss Starlet played by Lydia Real, Mr. Nobody represented by a skeleton.

Miss Starlet played by Lydia Real, Mr. Nobody represented by a skeleton.

Because I knew the meat eaters were going to be eating chocolate cake for dessert, I decided to have my cake and eat it too.  The evening before the show I made a Vegan Hot Fudge Cake, ate a piece, and then ate another the next day before going to the show.  Then at the café, I ate a fruit plate for dessert.  (The recipe for “Hot Fudge Cake” was almost already vegan as published and only needed a few minor tweaks to become vegan non-GMO.  It was published in Taste of Home, June/July 2013, page 64, and submitted by Vera Reid of Laramie, WY.  Caveat: The “hot fudge” can boil over in the oven.)

Hypocrite: Tourkin expressed contempt for this blog, but went and searched for more published writings from its author.

Hypocrite: Tourkin expressed contempt for this blog, but went and searched for more published writings from its author.

Side Scandal:

Tourkin's response to my post about a vegan Friday Freebie from Ralph's.

Tourkin’s response to my post about a vegan Friday Freebie from Ralph’s.

Now, unfortunately, I have to report something ugly, something more serious than characters being murdered in a play.  I was recently cyber-bullied by a purportedly “vegan” San Diego attorney, Paul Jon Tourkin, age 53, on a Facebook page called “San Diego Vegan Community,” which is listed in the VeganDiego! newsletter as owned by “Adam Crisis.”

Tourkin first started trolling me with immature content, such as responding to my post about vegan food with a graphic depicting anilingus or posting a photo of a diseased toe with a hashtag for this blog.  When he apparently didn’t get the attention he needed, he started tagging me with insults and encouraging his friends (such as Michael Vern Gutierrez and bike buddy “Hnns Lbbr”) to attack me, which of course, required me to block them.  They’re probably jealous of and threatened by intelligent female vegan anti-natalist feminist social revolutionary bloggers with original ideas! What losers.Paul Tourkin Creepy Lawyer Troll

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