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They need to shove sticks up their fried butts. That way, it'll be like eating a corndog.
Would these be free range rats? I hear that is important in poultry though I'm not altogether sure why.Poor Paul.
phoenix: Rat on a stick. Portable un-comfort food ;-)jan: Where they get the rats wasn't mentioned in the article.A free-range chicken isn't raised in cramped conditions therefore it is less-stressed. Stressed chickens are more apt to get diseases and require antibiotics.It leads to tastier meat. Much of the "free range" labeling is a scam. All the farm has to do is allow access outdoors, whether the chicken avails itself of it or not. Chickens avoid bright sun, and prefer areas with trees. Poor Paul, indeed. He should've listened to his kids who never liked Heather.
Poor, misunderstood Heather - all she wants to do is send a mixed message, and her silly handlers keep "clarifying" her actions...
Rat milk? Dog milk? Huh? Why wouldn't she just suggest soy milk? Is she trying out a new career as a stand-up comedian?C'mon, lefties, at least take a wild stab at logic and consistancy!
cary: yes, like showing up to this event in a gas-guzzling Mercedes 4x4 and keeping the engine running for part of the morning.brooke: They can't do logic & consistancy.
ahhhhhhhh, but milking them is half the challenge!happy thanksgiving, cube!*:]
nanc: Yeah, they say a large rat can produce a quart of milk a day, but you really have to work for it ;-)aow: Especially the part where they use the blow torch to burn off the rat's hair.
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