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Meat from accused killer's farm may have contained human remains

nerudite

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I heard the news last night right before an Affordable Housing Advisory Board meeting. We were all talking about it together (the Board and staff), and most of us were pretty grossed out/sick. They said the meat didn't go outside of the immediate area, but still that's so nasty and disturbing.
 

Tranplanner

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I heard on the radio that the guy used to bring his homemade sausages to neighbourhood barbeques. Oh, man - I think I going to make a harder effort to go vegetarian, this just grosses me out so much.
 

Chet

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Its like he gotr the idea from watching the old B movie, "Motel Hell"
 

jordanb

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Ok, people, let's just calm down now.

The FDA inspects all meat and mandates that none be more than 4% human flesh. I'm sure there's nothing to worry about.

;-)
 

Budgie

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Rumpy Tunanator said:
For those of you who have seen the movie Snatch./QUOTE]

Was Snatch the movie where the foxy voodoo sista' fed the honky chacker man to the razorbacks.
 

Rumpy Tunanator

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Budgie said:
Was Snatch the movie where the foxy voodoo sista' fed the honky chacker man to the razorbacks.

We got our Snatches mixed up. I'm thinking of the one made by Guy Ritchee in which the one british goon feeds people to his pigs who cross the line. :-c
 

Dan

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jordanb said:
The FDA inspects all meat and mandates that none be more than 4% human flesh. I'm sure there's nothing to worry about.

That's right. In the good old days, folks used to lose their limbs working at the slaughterhouses and packing plants in Chicago. You think our grandparents cared about whether their ground beef contained a bit of long pig? They turned out just fine, not like these kids of today, I'll tell you.
 

biscuit

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Dan said:
That's right. In the good old days, folks used to lose their limbs working at the slaughterhouses and packing plants in Chicago. You think our grandparents cared about whether their ground beef contained a bit of long pig? They turned out just fine, not like these kids of today, I'll tell you.

Ain't that the truth. What's more some that people meat not only tasted good, it was good for you. Our grandparents didn't have all these crazies wondern' 'round shooting each other and wanting get get gay married and such... Ya ask me, I say it's all that muckraker Upton Sinclairs fault. No good damn commie...just couldn't leave well enough alone. :p
 

Richmond Jake

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Years ago I read a book about the Donner party. It said human flesh tastes just like pork. So if some gets mixed in with the Italian sausage, who's gonna notice?
 

smarty

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RichmondJake said:
Years ago I read a book about the Donner party. It said human flesh tastes just like pork. So if some gets mixed in with the Italian sausage, who's gonna notice?

whaddya mean PORK?!?!? I thought everyone, er, thing.....tasted like Chicken.
 
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