found on the web:
"Organically grown carrots" sound so wholesome. Would as many
people eat them if they were properly labeled as "grown in
guess, these philosopher-kings from the cities have since long
lost any contact to nature. nevertheless they seem to have no
problems buying probiotic yoghurt, from which the fermenting
bacteria came straight out of the toilet bowl and as these are
sporeforming bacteria, all it needs at the nestlé plant is a 2
gallon glass bottle, which is enough for their needs of the
next 10 years. citizens also don't complain about vanillin in
about half of all industrialized food, which is produced from
sulfite deposits of the steel industry and they love that nice
smell of baguette and freshly baked bread, which results from
(toxic) cystein gained from chinese human haircuttings.
everytime i discuss with someone who thinks of food "grown in
excrements", i ask him, if he knows of anyone, who is willing
to pay for his toilet shit or if he knows of any neighbor who
even is just willing to take it for free. otherwise he might
deposit it somewhere in his house (extremely useful for
citizens without a garden).
in fact: for the white collars agriculture has become some kind
of dirty business, which can only be avoided when he buys
heavily processed and cleanly packed food (and harms himself).
any opinions, how to steer against than trend without getting
angry with these people ?
selling it to these people ?:
BREATHARIANS: LIBERATED FROM FOOD, DRINK AND GOOD SENSE. Here's
one you're not going to believe - a cult that advocates living
on air, exposure to light and their own urine - released from
the drudgery of food and drink.
or let them distribute it ?
Where bacteria meet the beach - sewage spills fouling US
World's Worst Convenience Foods:
press release from the Libertarian Party:
California decriminalizes Caesar salad
and Libertarian Party cheers "victory"
WASHINGTON, DC -- California decriminalized the sale of
Caesar salad this week -- and it's not a moment too soon, the
Libertarian Party said today.
"When you outlaw Caesar salad, only outlaws will eat
Caesar salad," noted the party's Director of Communications, Bill
Winter. "That's why, on the issue of Caesar salad, we
Libertarians have always been pro-legalization."
Selling Caesar salad became a crime last year when
California legislators passed a new health law banning the sale
of food that used raw eggs as an ingredient. Unexpectedly, the
law included Caesar salad, which uses uncooked eggs in its unique
Restaurant owners and fans of the popular salad were
outraged. The outcry convinced state legislators to file a new
bill to cancel the criminal status of Caesar salad -- and,
presumably, end what might have become a flourishing black market
in contraband romaine lettuce, raw eggs, and Parmesan cheese.
The bill, signed into law by Governor Pete Wilson on
Monday, has Libertarians cheering -- but a little surprised.
"We have to compliment California legislators for their
rare display of good sense," acknowledged Winter. "Although we're
a bit surprised that they were courageous enough to toss the
Caesar salad law entirely."
Libertarians had expected politicians to take a more
timid, gradual approach, said Winter, perhaps...
* Implementing a five-day waiting period for Caesar
salad, so the government could do a medical background check for
* Legalizing only "medical Caesar salad" -- whereby
people with a vitamin deficiency could get a doctor's permission
to buy a small amount of Caesar salad for their own personal use.
* Launching an anti-Caesar salad TV advertising blitz,
perhaps with a commercial showing a frying pan, and then showing
a frying pan with a raw egg in it. The voice-over could be: "This
is your brain. This is your brain on Caesar salad."
* Allowing only adults, 21 and over, the right to buy
Caesar salad, on the grounds that it may be an adolescent's
gateway-salad to stronger stuff, like macaroni salad or
But Libertarians say they are delighted with the bold,
unexpected victory over the "Just Say No to Caesar Salad" lobby
-- and argue that it's a win for libertarianism and the American
way of life.
"We support the Constitutional right of every American to
keep and bear a Caesar salad -- or, rather, to eat and buy a
Caesar salad," said Winter. "All joking aside, it's a setback for
those political eggheads who think they have the right to
micromanage every aspect of our lives -- down to the type of
salad we buy in a restaurant. Hopefully, politicians will learn
to just lettuce alone."
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