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We all have been eating the food Soylent cow. It's new and efficient, but still gross and how. They grind up the beast from the stern to the bow And add to the feed that they use to grow now.They use all the refuse like brains and the spine. The cows couldn't care. They're all doing fine. You wouldn't touch it. An old dog of mine Was fed on such things which is what used to dineOn leavings and remnants from lower grade meat. My mother. God bless her, was fond of pigs feet. The dog seemed to love it, but I wouldn't eat Such food unless starving. Then it's a treat.The problem with this is the mad cow disease. The only solution is instantly freeze The feeding of cattle on their neural cheese. As for the rest, they can do as they please.The cattle are cannibals. Isn't that sick, But nobody cares and they wouldn't pick The ones fed on corn. An old country hick Would find it disgusting to use this new trick.A sensible person would gag and throw up. My meat was corn fed when I was a pup. It may be it's cheaper and gives a leg up. No matter the topic, we have to grow up.
July 23, 2006 Stephen Blumenkranz
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