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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Lilith_Rayne, Nov 30, 2011.
The second most poisonous vertebrate, a puffer fish?
No idea how the Japanese eat that.
Whatever the fuck I can that tastes good.
I lol'd heartily at the opening post. I hope you've never used anything held together with glue...
Very carefully and at their own risk.
The bear is good when cooked right.
Canadians. They don't have enough of a military to stop us....
Yeah, and their population has massed along our border (no doubt lured in by our abient awesomeness) so we don't have to travel far.
the right answer wouldve been not canadians but chinese since this way ull be helping them reduce their numbers >.<;
If Americans were willing to travel for our food, would we have 13,000 McDonalds?
Only 13 thousand in the whole US? That isn't much.
Let me put it this way: There are five McDonalds within a ten minute drive from my house. I don't live in a crowded urban area, I live in a small town in a county with a fairly average population.
Hmmm, well I guess that means people are too lazy to cook and they don't care about what they eat, at all. I mean, any intelligent creature would stop visiting fast food restors. after it would see and smell its poop.
invent bite for them so they travel to you! which is already kinda somewhat happening
But people would be hungry in an hour again.
So it's the equivalent of eating at one of those Chinese Buffet places?
Back on topic, thank god for the freedom of opinion. I don't like the idea but whatever....eat it don't eat it. It's a choice, you can either partake in it or abstaine. If americans choose to participate in the eating of Equine Burgers then so be it. I don't like the idea nor will i eat it.
That is the first mature statement from you in this thread.
I would like your opinion on the state of the horse markets and what you think should be done about the starving horses in Texas, and other midwestern states where the markets were shut down. What is your solution, and don't forget the costs incurred with putting them down, vet costs, costs to be buried, as in many states it is illegal to bury livestock on your property.
too bad greg it dosen't work on you my dear!