College football is about to ramp up, so let’s get it on.
Nice threads, my man.
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I prefer “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone”, but to each his own.
“…,we’re all sensitive people…” – a lot more than any of us are willing to admit and as ToD just posted and I am in agreement with.
“Perhaps more than any other, the food industry is very sensitive to consumer demand.”
Asked the wife to pick up some abused chicken at the grocery store before they remove it from the shelves. If it was gone, I asked her to go to McD’s because they probably haven’t sold all of their supply yet.
Have you ever wondered if any mosquitoes have inoculated any of the chickens we eat with Nile Fever? Do mite bites qualify for chicken removal from the market?
This was written for sensitive people who eat chicken while listening to Gay music.
“This was written for sensitive people who eat chicken while listening to Gay music”…not that there is anything wrong with that. Chickens don’t show any clinical signs of WNV so it would be hard to tell unless tested. WNV is spread by mosquito bite. It’s a girl thing. Chickens wouldn’t make it through the QC inspection if they presented clinical signs of mites. At one time the poultry industry consumed 1/3 the water used in ACC. Thaz a lot of water. Have another chicken leg and relax.
“We weren’t elite this game,” said Georgia linebacker Nolan Smith -- The Athletic, 12/4/21
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