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How would you like some fast food with your raw milk?

Media image manipulation is not really news. But this story from a recent post on Gawker Media’s Jezebel.com website is actually kind of fun:

Umm, is someone surprised? Click on image to go to Jezebel.com and watch the video this still is from.

“A side-by-side comparison of fast food as it’s pictured in advertising versus the food you actually purchase is even more of a fail than you’d think. Continue reading

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“Fast” food is slow to decay — artist archives burger meal for six months

By Brett Michael Dykes, via Yahoo News:

Oh Happy Day 180. Like those relics of the saints, this Happy meal is looking like it's "incorruptable". Could be good for those folks who "need all the preservatives they can get". Picture via Yahoo News.

“Vladimir [Ilyich] Lenin, King Tut and the McDonald’s Happy Meal: What do they all have in common? A shocking resistance to Mother Nature’s cycle of decomposition and biodegradability, apparently. Continue reading

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R U Playing “chicken” with your food?

From the “Early Onset of Night” blog:

What happens when that "mechanically separated" industrial chicken "hits" your digestion?

“Say hello to mechanically separated chicken. It’s what all fast-food chicken is made from—things like chicken nuggets and patties. Also, the processed frozen chicken in the stores is made from it. Continue reading

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Raw milk is super dangerous! — says Health Canada

Here’s an excerpt from a recent story that appeared in The Western Standard.ca on August 11, 2010:

Your tax dollars at work!

“Eager to keep us safe, Health Canada issued a press release to remind us that drinking raw milk is really dangerous, and we shouldn’t do it. In fact, don’t eat anything that hasn’t been processed, pasteurized, or bleached. If you want to avoid getting sick, eat at McDonald’s or Tim Horton’s, and only eat there if the person behind the counter is wearing plastic gloves, and the items are separately packaged.

If you’re concerned about obesity, then eat the kinds of fruits that come in their own little shells, like bananas or oranges. Apples should be washed prodigiously as they may contain traces of stuff-that-ain’t-good. Continue reading

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