This is getting old...

Posted by deleted 8 years, 7 months ago to News
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Once again, if we don't eat or drink anything or breathe at any time we should be fine.


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  • Posted by robgambrill 8 years, 7 months ago
    They can take away my Brats, Sausages, and Bacon when they pry them from my cold dead hands, which may be sooner than I thought. 😋
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    • Posted by broskjold22 8 years, 7 months ago
      Oh no! I have inherited a grave sin... My father, grandfather, and great grandfather were all in the beef business. Therefore, when I was young and my dad paid for my food, books, and clothes, it was with dirty beef money. Don't sue or incarcerate us please or I'll be forced to go El Chapo on your ---.

      Also, my late Grandpa's good friend owns his own meat market in Carlsbad. He has cases of brats, sausages, and premium cuts of beef, pork, and veal. He would be surprised to know that brats are made with red meat (ha!), or that grinding, mashing, and infusing herbs into a brat constituted "processing". I'm sure if he read this article, he would immediately convert his business to sell his business and start processing chicken nuggets for McDonald's, or better yet soy burgers...

      This article is freaking disgusting, the burgers grilling are the least disgusting feature of the webpage. I don't want to be a starving artist vegan altruist Democrat!

      BTW. I am sure this has nothing to do with the climate agenda.
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  • Posted by coaldigger 8 years, 7 months ago
    I just sent my mom scurrying back to her room because she was bugging about returning to her home so she could do useful things instead of sitting around all day. She just turned 106 years old. She never smoked much but would take a Manhattan right now if I would make her one. Her mother was 100, her father 96 and amazingly, her grandfather was 112. They were all farmers in North Carolina, eating sausage, eggs, biscuits, beef, pork, chicken and whatever else they raised. I don't think any of them ever heard of the WHO.
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