The following was sent to me from Edith, our gal with a camera phone, from the streets of Hudson:
So last sunday, Truxie and Edith were walking by the park and found a pair of red lace DKNY panties hanging out on the street. good thing that this is hudson, or i might have thought it was weird.
side note: Trixie you need to talk about the thank you/you're welcome waitress at the diner. she is so nice and happy and friendly. she really puts you in a good mood. granted trixie could not eat anything because the lipton tea is made with chicken stock, but she deserves a spot in gay hudson.
Trixie on veganism in Hudson:
I consider the sweet potato pancakes at the diner to be vegan-ish. The Columbia Street diner does serve vegeburgers....
The best restaurant for vegans in Hudson is Babba Louie's. DA|BA will kill just about any living thing and put it on a plate for you. Look at their menu! Elk. Who eats a fucking elk? That's just pretentious. They still serve foie gras, which (with veal) is probably the most torturous of any food.
Next you'll find Moose and Squirrel on the menu!
Give me until spring, if the foie gras is still there, I'm calling PETA. If most sane, rational people saw how the animals were treated, they wouldn't eat meat. I even heard Rachel Ray (in her infinite wisdom) on TV this weekend say, when catching lobster in the water, "That's why I buy my food in the grocery store, otherwise, I'd be a vegetarian."
And I don't want to hear,
"But the foie gras was raised here in the Hudson Valley, we have to support it."
How about this,
"These lampshades were made from the skin of dead children, but they were made here in the Hudson Valley, we have to support it."
Is this what the Hudson Valley economy has come to?