Five porky Friday links

If one day I have to hold a festival, there must definitely be meat on the grill. And, yes, I realize I’m the billionth person to make that joke, but I still want to trumpet the mantra in this world where everything has to be so politically correct.

Firstly, all the talk that has been about the Danish national football team, which has qualified for the World Cup in a country that has problems with human rights. Well, there are probably more countries that have. I am not going to start mentioning one country over another, but check human rights in South America, Asia and Africa. If one were to always be so politically correct, many countries would be on the list. And thus cut off Danish athletes from participating in sports tournaments there.

And now for another the talk that Northside has brought up. Northside is a major music festival that has so far sold beer and sausages and other goodies to the people. Many of us know this well: such a burger and an ice-cold beer after an excellent concert – it’s not the worst. But now Northside chooses to ban meat in festival land.

Finish with meat at the festival

According to a press release, the festival announces that next year’s music event will be without meat on the program. Nix. Now it must be plant-based and 100 percent organic. This means that Allan, Bent, Inger and Josefine must agree to eat a round of food without a cow, pig, fish or lamb. It must be as sustainable as possible.

And in order not to be a lie, this partly also applies to eggs, cheese and lovable mayonnaise. These ingredients will make up a maximum of 15 percent per serving. Then that brunch is probably also put in place. Well, there are probably many who clap their hands in sheer excitement. How nice it is for someone to take on a responsibility.

My sarcasm is sure to catch my eye. I was also born in the last century, and then someone will probably think that I do not care about the environment and the future. I am not. I support many of the measures that are being taken to protect the environment as much as possible. But I also denounelynemig some limits to how correct everything should soon be.

Next time I set foot in a festival, I’ll have a handful of beers, a cheeseburger with lots of cow, mayo and ketchup – and quite a bit of salad.

It’s Friday and today we are moving into the world of photos, fast news, football, badminton and online TV stations. We start with Fstoppers which is a magazine for photo and image geeks. Here it goes stronger! It’s about business. And a little more. Another link from our excellent discussion forum. Here you get a stack of TV stations that can be watched online. Thanks to Krummedige for the link. Congratulations to the Danish football masters who have qualified for the World Cup. I want to see every minute you enter the field. You are too good! I follow the Danish national teams in Aarhus. Too bad the women smoked out. Now we’re betting on the gentlemen.

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