No, I am not. This is what you said:
Then you said:
He actually was in that avalanche, but it was two years earlier than his successful assent."After three years of extensive training, Joisher's first attempt to climb Mt. Everest in 2014 was cut short when an avalanche took the lives of 16 Sherpa guides and climbers.
It was the deadliest event in Everest history.
That was 2015 in Nepal. He was in Nepal. He did not summit mount Everest later that week.Joisher tried again the next year, this time as an expedition leader — but he was stopped by the Nepal earthquake that caused a major avalanche at the base camp.
Now, let's revisit what you said:Shaken by the fact that he had escaped death, and feeling more determined than ever, Joisher made his third attempt to summit Everest in May 2016. After 40 days of climbing, he reached the peak May 19."
You keep saying I'm wrong, but I'm just quoting the facts. I believe your claim was that "meat eaters" are "desperate and pathetic", which is exactly how you're defending your statement.
1) There is only one true vegan of the 4000 people to summit Everest.
2) He was not hit by an avalanche on the way.
I'm sorry if that upsets you. Quit saying I'm wrong in your delusional self defense.