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March 23rd 07, 09:30 PM
The Chinese try to destablized the United States yet again! This time
via tainted pet food!

Yes, you have to watch them. It turns out that the tainted dog and
cat food is tainted via tainted wheat from China. Actually, it turns
out the wheat itself was ok, but the wheat just happened to have a
chemical called aminopterin in it - which is used in some countries as
rat poison. And rat poison in animals leads to kidney and/or liver
failure - I should know, someone poisoned one of my dogs with it one
time. His uncle came up to the house and said he was sorry to hear
about my dog and that someone has poisoned it. I told his uncle I
knew exactly what I was going to be doing about it. His uncle, the
constable of the small area I lived in said 'Yeah, go to the sheriff's
office with it, right?'. I said 'No, I am going to take that sorry
son of a bitch out in the woods and let HIM eat rat poison and watch
him slowly die, just as I had to watch my dog slowly die. His uncle,
sorry little law puppy dawg he was, just picked it up and out of my
yard then - I think he knew that I was just about to cold cock him for
being that sorry SOBs uncle. Yeah, the uncle thought he was all big
and bad, because he had the title of constable, but he was a slight
and frail man, and I think he KNEW what I would do to him. And then
to his little nephew.........

So now, us patriots and champions of OUR animals must take up arms
against China, and the company listed below - MENU Foods - to avenge
what has been done to our animals. Yeah, sorry cheesin' ass Menu
Foods - buying all that cheap Chinese wheat for the cat and dog food -
and chargin' top dollar for the high-dollar brands it is in, Iams,
Nutro and Eukanuba, as well "under store brands carried by Wal-Mart,
Kroger, Safeway and other large retailers".

Yeah, you just cannot trust those Chinese. I remember having some
Chinese toys when I was a kid. They were found to have lead in them,
after American manufacturers were forbidden to have lead in theirs.

Yeah, those Chinese NEVAH paid up for exposing me and countless other
children to unsafe levels of lead. Time for us to go ahead and get
even with them now for it - with interest!


The Chinese slime must pay for what they have done. So also must the
slime at Menu Foods - for dealing with murderers!


story about the pet foot scare.....and a picture of a 7 year yorkshire
terrier that is suffering from kidney failure (and almost certain
death) due to the Trojan Horse from China and the greed of Menu Foods
for dealing with such evil people as the yellow slants!

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070323/ap_on_re_us/pet_food_recall
countries use as rat poison a chemical called aminopterin.

http://www.menufoods.com/recall/PressRecall_En_Site_03192007.htm
http://www.menufoods.com/
CONTACT INFORMATION
Menu Foods Income Fund
Consumers
1-866-895-2708
Website: www.menufoods.com

"
The company, already facing lawsuits, planned a media teleconference
for later Friday, a spokesman said. It is majority owned by Menu Foods
Income Fund of Streetsville.

A complete list of the recalled products along with product codes,
descriptions and production dates was posted online by Menu Foods and
is available at http://tinyurl.com/2pn6mm. The company also designated
two phone numbers that pet owners could call for information: (866)
463-6738 and (866) 895-2708.
"
quoted areas printed for fair use - the article the info came from is
listed, so no abrogation has occurred.

March 23rd 07, 09:51 PM
wrote:

> The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> This time via tainted pet food!

Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
to show up...

Ron

Kittie Kat
March 23rd 07, 10:04 PM
On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
> wrote:
> > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> to show up...
>
> Ron

In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
(paraphrased)

Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
switch to organic farming.

In this case organic doesn't mean the Chinese typical practice of
nightsoil.

Ira IRa IRA Humperdink MD
March 24th 07, 12:06 AM
On Mar 23, 10:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > wrote:
> > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > to show up...
>
> > Ron
>
> In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> (paraphrased)
>
> Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> switch to organic farming.
>
> In this case organic doesn't mean the Chinese typical practice of
> nightsoil.


they have already started harvesting the internal organs of dissidents
like
the **** looney gang.

CL
March 24th 07, 06:26 AM
On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > wrote:
> > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > to show up...
>
> > Ron
>
> In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> (paraphrased)
>
> Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> switch to organic farming.

More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.

Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
pet food company is.

The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
recall the product right away.

Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.

>
> In this case organic doesn't mean the Chinese typical practice of
> nightsoil.

Kittie Kat
March 24th 07, 07:04 AM
On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > wrote:
> > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > to show up...
>
> > > Ron
>
> > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > (paraphrased)
>
> > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > switch to organic farming.
>
> More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> pet food company is.
>
> The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> recall the product right away.
>
> Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.

Okay.

Kittie Kat
March 24th 07, 07:07 AM
On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > wrote:
> > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > to show up...
>
> > > Ron
>
> > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > (paraphrased)
>
> > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > switch to organic farming.
>
> More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> pet food company is.
>
> The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> recall the product right away.
>
> Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.


Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.

As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."

VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.

Running Scissors
March 24th 07, 03:15 PM
CL wrote:
> On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>>On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>>
>>
wrote:
>>>
>>>>The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
>>>>This time via tainted pet food!
>>
>>>Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
>>>to show up...
>>
>>>Ron
>>
>>In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
>>(paraphrased)
>>
>>Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
>>switch to organic farming.
>
>
> More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> pet food company is.
>
> The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> recall the product right away.
>
> Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.

Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response (as you seem to be
making).

James
March 24th 07, 04:14 PM
On Mar 24, 9:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:

> Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
> based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response (as you seem to be
> making).-

http://ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=domesticNews&storyID=2007-03-23T224924Z_01_N23438546_RTRIDST_0_CANADA-PETFOOD-RECALL-MENUFOODS-COL.XML


The fact is "The two U.S. manufacturing plants where the tainted "cuts
and gravy" style food came from are in Emporia, Kansas, and
Pennsauken, New Jersey. Though Menu has yet to pinpoint the exact
source of the contamination in the wet food's production, both
locations continue to operate."

Since it's made in the US, one might suspect that Bush had his
industrial spies lace the pet food with poison to get the spotlight
off his mistakes.

This is just another case of blame everyone else but me.

March 24th 07, 04:58 PM
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Running Scissors
March 24th 07, 05:11 PM
James wrote:
> On Mar 24, 9:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:
>
>
>>Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
>>based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response (as you seem to be
>>making).-
>
>
> http://ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=domesticNews&storyID=2007-03-23T224924Z_01_N23438546_RTRIDST_0_CANADA-PETFOOD-RECALL-MENUFOODS-COL.XML
>
>
> The fact is "The two U.S. manufacturing plants where the tainted "cuts
> and gravy" style food came from are in Emporia, Kansas, and
> Pennsauken, New Jersey. Though Menu has yet to pinpoint the exact
> source of the contamination in the wet food's production, both
> locations continue to operate."
>
> Since it's made in the US, one might suspect that Bush had his
> industrial spies lace the pet food with poison to get the spotlight
> off his mistakes.

That's a joke, right?
>
> This is just another case of blame everyone else but me.

I'm just interested in knowing the truth and placing blame where it
belongs.


>
>
>

Joe Strike
March 24th 07, 05:44 PM
On Mar 23, 4:30 pm, wrote:
> The Chinese try to destablized the United States yet again! This time
> via tainted pet food!
>
It's actually SPECTRE trying to start a war between us & China. I saw
it in a movie...

Matthew
March 24th 07, 05:59 PM
"James" > wrote in message
oups.com...
> On Mar 24, 9:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:
>
>> Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
>> based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response (as you seem to be
>> making).-
>
> http://ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=domesticNews&storyID=2007-03-23T224924Z_01_N23438546_RTRIDST_0_CANADA-PETFOOD-RECALL-MENUFOODS-COL.XML
>
>
> The fact is "The two U.S. manufacturing plants where the tainted "cuts
> and gravy" style food came from are in Emporia, Kansas, and
> Pennsauken, New Jersey. Though Menu has yet to pinpoint the exact
> source of the contamination in the wet food's production, both
> locations continue to operate."
>
> Since it's made in the US, one might suspect that Bush had his
> industrial spies lace the pet food with poison to get the spotlight
> off his mistakes.
>
> This is just another case of blame everyone else but me.
>
Another psycho off their meds

<plonk>

March 24th 07, 09:38 PM
On Mar 24, 1:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > wrote:
> > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > to show up...
>
> > > Ron
>
> > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > (paraphrased)
>
> > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > switch to organic farming.
>
> More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> pet food company is.

The wheat that was contaminated by the aminopterin was from the
Chinese wheat. It must be you are a Chink, and are somehow trying to
blame the Canucks for contaminating the wheat. If indeed the Canucks
run that dog and cat food company they are definitely complicit
though. For dealing with a bunch of slants!

>
> The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> recall the product right away.
>
> Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
>
>
> > In this case organic doesn't mean the Chinese typical practice of
> > nightsoil.

March 24th 07, 09:39 PM
On Mar 24, 2:07 am, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
> On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > > wrote:
> > > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > > to show up...
>
> > > > Ron
>
> > > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > > (paraphrased)
>
> > > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > > switch to organic farming.
>
> > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > pet food company is.
>
> > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > recall the product right away.
>
> > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.
>
> As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."
>
> VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.

you must be a slant "Kittie Kat"....

itellitlikeitis
March 24th 07, 09:43 PM
On Mar 24, 11:14 am, "James" > wrote:
> On Mar 24, 9:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:
>
> > Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
> > based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response (as you seem to be
> > making).-
>
> http://ca.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=domesticNews&s...
>
> The fact is "The two U.S. manufacturing plants where the tainted "cuts
> and gravy" style food came from are in Emporia, Kansas, and
> Pennsauken, New Jersey. Though Menu has yet to pinpoint the exact
> source of the contamination in the wet food's production, both
> locations continue to operate."
>
> Since it's made in the US, one might suspect that Bush had his
> industrial spies lace the pet food with poison to get the spotlight
> off his mistakes.
>
> This is just another case of blame everyone else but me.


yeah...it is almost a certainty that GWBush was in on it to some
degree. it has been shown that more Democrats have cats and dogs than
Repuglinuts, so it could very well be that it would be a way for him
to strike a blow against patriotic Democrats everywhere.

Conspiracy!

itellitlikeitis
March 24th 07, 09:44 PM
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unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done about it. only the
truth was presented, and it hurts you so.....because (and i am
guessing 'japan.com' is from japan) that your brothers in arms were
attacked, and rightfully so!

CL
March 24th 07, 09:45 PM
On Mar 23, 10:07 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
> On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > > wrote:
> > > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > > to show up...
>
> > > > Ron
>
> > > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > > (paraphrased)
>
> > > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > > switch to organic farming.
>
> > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > pet food company is.
>
> > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > recall the product right away.
>
> > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese

You ****ing racist, I ain't Chinese.

I'm not a Chinese national, never been a citizen of the PRC. Oh boy
you must be one of those cat-fallating nutjob that thinks minorities
can't be Real American".

> "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.
>
> As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."
>
> VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

CL
March 24th 07, 09:48 PM
On Mar 24, 6:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:
> CL wrote:
> > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> >>On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> wrote:
>
> >>>>The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> >>>>This time via tainted pet food!
>
> >>>Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> >>>to show up...
>
> >>>Ron
>
> >>In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> >>(paraphrased)
>
> >>Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> >>switch to organic farming.
>
> > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > pet food company is.
>
> > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > recall the product right away.
>
> > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
> based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response

I guess you neglect to read the original post "Chinese up to their old
tricks of poisoning Americans..."

I did exactely what he did, but I don't see you lecturing him. I guess
it's okay with you when people find **** to slam China, eh?

> (as you seem to be
> making).- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Leo_cat
March 24th 07, 09:56 PM
I'm sorry to hear about your dog...my dog died from the rat poisoning =[
wrote:
>The Chinese try to destablized the United States yet again! This time
>via tainted pet food!
>
>Yes, you have to watch them. It turns out that the tainted dog and
>cat food is tainted via tainted wheat from China. Actually, it turns
>out the wheat itself was ok, but the wheat just happened to have a
>chemical called aminopterin in it - which is used in some countries as
>rat poison. And rat poison in animals leads to kidney and/or liver
>failure - I should know, someone poisoned one of my dogs with it one
>time. His uncle came up to the house and said he was sorry to hear
>about my dog and that someone has poisoned it. I told his uncle I
>knew exactly what I was going to be doing about it. His uncle, the
>constable of the small area I lived in said 'Yeah, go to the sheriff's
>office with it, right?'. I said 'No, I am going to take that sorry
>son of a bitch out in the woods and let HIM eat rat poison and watch
>him slowly die, just as I had to watch my dog slowly die. His uncle,
>sorry little law puppy dawg he was, just picked it up and out of my
>yard then - I think he knew that I was just about to cold cock him for
>being that sorry SOBs uncle. Yeah, the uncle thought he was all big
>and bad, because he had the title of constable, but he was a slight
>and frail man, and I think he KNEW what I would do to him. And then
>to his little nephew.........
>
>So now, us patriots and champions of OUR animals must take up arms
>against China, and the company listed below - MENU Foods - to avenge
>what has been done to our animals. Yeah, sorry cheesin' ass Menu
>Foods - buying all that cheap Chinese wheat for the cat and dog food -
>and chargin' top dollar for the high-dollar brands it is in, Iams,
>Nutro and Eukanuba, as well "under store brands carried by Wal-Mart,
>Kroger, Safeway and other large retailers".
>
>Yeah, you just cannot trust those Chinese. I remember having some
>Chinese toys when I was a kid. They were found to have lead in them,
>after American manufacturers were forbidden to have lead in theirs.
>
>Yeah, those Chinese NEVAH paid up for exposing me and countless other
>children to unsafe levels of lead. Time for us to go ahead and get
>even with them now for it - with interest!
>
>The Chinese slime must pay for what they have done. So also must the
>slime at Menu Foods - for dealing with murderers!
>
>story about the pet foot scare.....and a picture of a 7 year yorkshire
>terrier that is suffering from kidney failure (and almost certain
>death) due to the Trojan Horse from China and the greed of Menu Foods
>for dealing with such evil people as the yellow slants!
>
>http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070323/ap_on_re_us/pet_food_recall
>countries use as rat poison a chemical called aminopterin.
>
>http://www.menufoods.com/recall/PressRecall_En_Site_03192007.htm
>http://www.menufoods.com/
>CONTACT INFORMATION
>Menu Foods Income Fund
>Consumers
>1-866-895-2708
>Website: www.menufoods.com
>
>"
>The company, already facing lawsuits, planned a media teleconference
>for later Friday, a spokesman said. It is majority owned by Menu Foods
>Income Fund of Streetsville.
>
>A complete list of the recalled products along with product codes,
>descriptions and production dates was posted online by Menu Foods and
>is available at http://tinyurl.com/2pn6mm. The company also designated
>two phone numbers that pet owners could call for information: (866)
>463-6738 and (866) 895-2708.
>"
>quoted areas printed for fair use - the article the info came from is
>listed, so no abrogation has occurred.

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:04 PM
On Mar 24, 4:56 pm, "Leo_cat" <[email protected]> wrote:
> I'm sorry to hear about your dog...my dog died from the rat poisoning =[
>
> wrote:
> >The Chinese try to destablized the United States yet again! This time
> >via tainted pet food!
>
> >Yes, you have to watch them. It turns out that the tainted dog and
> >cat food is tainted via tainted wheat from China. Actually, it turns
> >out the wheat itself was ok, but the wheat just happened to have a
> >chemical called aminopterin in it - which is used in some countries as
> >rat poison. And rat poison in animals leads to kidney and/or liver
> >failure - I should know, someone poisoned one of my dogs with it one
> >time. His uncle came up to the house and said he was sorry to hear
> >about my dog and that someone has poisoned it. I told his uncle I
> >knew exactly what I was going to be doing about it. His uncle, the
> >constable of the small area I lived in said 'Yeah, go to the sheriff's
> >office with it, right?'. I said 'No, I am going to take that sorry
> >son of a bitch out in the woods and let HIM eat rat poison and watch
> >him slowly die, just as I had to watch my dog slowly die. His uncle,
> >sorry little law puppy dawg he was, just picked it up and out of my
> >yard then - I think he knew that I was just about to cold cock him for
> >being that sorry SOBs uncle. Yeah, the uncle thought he was all big
> >and bad, because he had the title of constable, but he was a slight
> >and frail man, and I think he KNEW what I would do to him. And then
> >to his little nephew.........
>
> >So now, us patriots and champions of OUR animals must take up arms
> >against China, and the company listed below - MENU Foods - to avenge
> >what has been done to our animals. Yeah, sorry cheesin' ass Menu
> >Foods - buying all that cheap Chinese wheat for the cat and dog food -
> >and chargin' top dollar for the high-dollar brands it is in, Iams,
> >Nutro and Eukanuba, as well "under store brands carried by Wal-Mart,
> >Kroger, Safeway and other large retailers".
>
> >Yeah, you just cannot trust those Chinese. I remember having some
> >Chinese toys when I was a kid. They were found to have lead in them,
> >after American manufacturers were forbidden to have lead in theirs.
>
> >Yeah, those Chinese NEVAH paid up for exposing me and countless other
> >children to unsafe levels of lead. Time for us to go ahead and get
> >even with them now for it - with interest!
>
> >The Chinese slime must pay for what they have done. So also must the
> >slime at Menu Foods - for dealing with murderers!
>
> >story about the pet foot scare.....and a picture of a 7 year yorkshire
> >terrier that is suffering from kidney failure (and almost certain
> >death) due to the Trojan Horse from China and the greed of Menu Foods
> >for dealing with such evil people as the yellow slants!
>
> >http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070323/ap_on_re_us/pet_food_recall
> >countries use as rat poison a chemical called aminopterin.
>
> >http://www.menufoods.com/recall/PressRecall_En_Site_03192007.htm
> >http://www.menufoods.com/
> >CONTACT INFORMATION
> >Menu Foods Income Fund
> >Consumers
> >1-866-895-2708
> >Website:www.menufoods.com
>
> >"
> >The company, already facing lawsuits, planned a media teleconference
> >for later Friday, a spokesman said. It is majority owned by Menu Foods
> >Income Fund of Streetsville.
>
> >A complete list of the recalled products along with product codes,
> >descriptions and production dates was posted online by Menu Foods and
> >is available athttp://tinyurl.com/2pn6mm. The company also designated
> >two phone numbers that pet owners could call for information: (866)
> >463-6738 and (866) 895-2708.
> >"
> >quoted areas printed for fair use - the article the info came from is
> >listed, so no abrogation has occurred.


thank you! I hope that those who poisoned your dog were brought to
their rightful justice! if not directly by your hand, at least by the
long shadow of bad karma that followed or follows them to the day of
their reckoning!

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:04 PM
On Mar 24, 4:48 pm, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 24, 6:15 am, Running Scissors > wrote:
>
>
>
> > CL wrote:
> > > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > >>On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > wrote:
>
> > >>>>The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > >>>>This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > >>>Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > >>>to show up...
>
> > >>>Ron
>
> > >>In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > >>(paraphrased)
>
> > >>Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > >>switch to organic farming.
>
> > > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > > pet food company is.
>
> > > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > > recall the product right away.
>
> > > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> > Well, doesn't it make sense to blame either country? This is blame
> > based on fact, not a political knee-jerk response
>
> I guess you neglect to read the original post "Chinese up to their old
> tricks of poisoning Americans..."
>
> I did exactely what he did, but I don't see you lecturing him. I guess
> it's okay with you when people find **** to slam China, eh?
>
> > (as you seem to be
> > making).- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -


the gooks DESERVE it!

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:06 PM
On Mar 24, 4:45 pm, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 10:07 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > > > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > > > wrote:
> > > > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > > > to show up...
>
> > > > > Ron
>
> > > > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > > > (paraphrased)
>
> > > > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > > > switch to organic farming.
>
> > > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > > pet food company is.
>
> > > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > > recall the product right away.
>
> > > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> > Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese
>
> You ****ing racist, I ain't Chinese.
>
> I'm not a Chinese national, never been a citizen of the PRC. Oh boy
> you must be one of those cat-fallating nutjob that thinks minorities
> can't be Real American".

yeah, but you are still a chink sympathizer. and that makes you co-
conspirators with them.

>
> > "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.
>
> > As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."
>
> > VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:07 PM
On Mar 24, 4:45 pm, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 10:07 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > > > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > > > wrote:
> > > > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > > > to show up...
>
> > > > > Ron
>
> > > > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > > > (paraphrased)
>
> > > > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > > > switch to organic farming.
>
> > > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > > pet food company is.
>
> > > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > > recall the product right away.
>
> > > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> > Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese
>
> You ****ing racist, I ain't Chinese.
>
> I'm not a Chinese national, never been a citizen of the PRC. Oh boy
> you must be one of those cat-fallating nutjob that thinks minorities
> can't be Real American".

yeah, but you are still a chink sympathizer. and that makes you co-
conspirators with them.

>
> > "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.
>
> > As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."
>
> > VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:08 PM
On Mar 24, 4:45 pm, "CL" > wrote:
> On Mar 23, 10:07 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 24, 12:26 am, "CL" > wrote:
>
> > > On Mar 23, 1:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
> > > > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > > > wrote:
> > > > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > > > to show up...
>
> > > > > Ron
>
> > > > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > > > (paraphrased)
>
> > > > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > > > switch to organic farming.
>
> > > More blame-China BS from the west. Headline all says they don't know
> > > where the rat poison came from --- but it sure is hell from China.
>
> > > Here's the part I find strange. Reports states aminopterin is banned
> > > in US, but neglects to mention it is not banned in Canada, where the
> > > pet food company is.
>
> > > The Canadian company was also aware of contanimation but did not
> > > recall the product right away.
>
> > > Heck, let's blame the company's inaction on the Chinese too.
>
> > Oh no, you're one of those crazy Chinese
>
> You ****ing racist, I ain't Chinese.
>
> I'm not a Chinese national, never been a citizen of the PRC. Oh boy
> you must be one of those cat-fallating nutjob that thinks minorities
> can't be Real American".

yeah, but you are still a chink lover and sympathizer. and that makes
you a co-conspirator with them. lemme guess, you own a company and
hire illegal immigants at cut rate prices?

>
> > "HATE FALUN GONG" nutroots.
>
> > As Rosie O'Donnel would say "Ching chong. Bye Bye."
>
> > VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG. VIVA FALUN GONG.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -

itellitlikeitis[_2_]
March 26th 07, 06:10 PM
On Mar 23, 7:06 pm, "Ira IRa IRA Humperdink MD"
> wrote:
> On Mar 23, 10:04 pm, "Kittie Kat" > wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Mar 23, 3:51 pm, wrote:
>
> > > wrote:
> > > > The Chinese try to [destabilize] the United States yet again!
> > > > This time via tainted pet food!
>
> > > Now all we need is for a couple of talking chimpanzees from the future
> > > to show up...
>
> > > Ron
>
> > In times like this, let us quote the fabulous Ann Coulter
> > (paraphrased)
>
> > Time to invade their countries, kill their leaders, and make them
> > switch to organic farming.
>
> > In this case organic doesn't mean the Chinese typical practice of
> > nightsoil.
>
> they have already started harvesting the internal organs of dissidents
> like
> the **** looney gang.


yeah...and no only do they remove them from people who have not been
properly anesthetized, but they LOVE to eat human organ meat.