The lunatics are running the (shopping) asylum

A posh suburb of Austin, Texas used to have a suitably posh shopping center, complete with a gourmet food market, furrier, leather merchant, and top-notch restaurant. But one by one, they’re closing or moving away. Why? It seems that the retail complex was inherited by Jeanne Daniels, an animal-rights fanatic who’s imposing strict “cruelty-free” standards on her leaseholders. The final straw will come soon, as the high-society Holiday House restaurant will have to stop serving meat or close its doors. Noting that the new landlord wants to force vegetarianism down the neighborhood’s throat, one fifth-grader told the San Antonio Express-News: “I would not close all the salad restaurants to try to force (Ms. Daniels) to eat in meat-only restaurants.”

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