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Old June 9th 11, 07:04 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Mr.Smartypants[_2_]
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Default What's in pet food?

On Jun 9, 1:26*pm, Rudy Canoza wrote:
* * Goo would like us to believe that what's on the label is what's in the can,
because that's what he believes. Goo apparently thinks herds and flocks of
livestock animals are raised for no other reason than to be used for pet food:

"It's established: *cattle and other animals are expressly raised
to be pet food." - Goo

"Cattle are specifically bred into existence to be pet
food. *There have been several citations to support this." - Goo

and so believes labels saying things like the following really do represent
what's inside:

cheeseburger, turkey and bacon, lamb and rice, roasted turkey medley,
porterhouse steak, smoked bacon and egg, top sirloin, rib-eye steak, steak
florentine, oven roasted beef burgundy, steak tips sonoma, roast turkey, new
york strip, filet mignon

The poor Goober is still somewhat confused though, even though he feels certain
animals are raised only to become pet food, he's very VERY much afraid to say
what he thinks happens to the choice cuts of meat. We've narrowed it down to him
pretty much having to believe they are used in pet food and the labels on the
cans accurately represent what's inside. But why is Goo so afraid to say that's
what he believes? After considering it for a while I've come to the conclusion
that Goo's poor little brain is disturbed because it can't figure out why
rib-eye for dogs is so much cheaper than it is for humans, and he also can't
figure out why a can of rib-eye dog food isn't several times more expensive than
a can of cheeseburger dog food, etc. LOL!!!




It's kind of ironic that Goo is stymied by the pet food pricing when
he claims he has a PhD in economics.

Poor Goo. He thinks he knows for sure where the choice cuts are but
can't find any, now his teeny brain is bothered that cats and dogs get
to eat sirloin for the same price as cheeseburger.
  #2  
Old June 9th 11, 07:32 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Chrissy Degeer
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Default What's in pet food?

Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:
[crap]


You were always a douchebag.

  #3  
Old June 9th 11, 08:26 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Rudy Canoza[_4_]
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Default What's in pet food?

Goo would like us to believe that what's on the label is what's in the can,
because that's what he believes. Goo apparently thinks herds and flocks of
livestock animals are raised for no other reason than to be used for pet food:

"It's established: cattle and other animals are expressly raised
to be pet food." - Goo

"Cattle are specifically bred into existence to be pet
food. There have been several citations to support this." - Goo

and so believes labels saying things like the following really do represent
what's inside:

cheeseburger, turkey and bacon, lamb and rice, roasted turkey medley,
porterhouse steak, smoked bacon and egg, top sirloin, rib-eye steak, steak
florentine, oven roasted beef burgundy, steak tips sonoma, roast turkey, new
york strip, filet mignon

The poor Goober is still somewhat confused though, even though he feels certain
animals are raised only to become pet food, he's very VERY much afraid to say
what he thinks happens to the choice cuts of meat. We've narrowed it down to him
pretty much having to believe they are used in pet food and the labels on the
cans accurately represent what's inside. But why is Goo so afraid to say that's
what he believes? After considering it for a while I've come to the conclusion
that Goo's poor little brain is disturbed because it can't figure out why
rib-eye for dogs is so much cheaper than it is for humans, and he also can't
figure out why a can of rib-eye dog food isn't several times more expensive than
a can of cheeseburger dog food, etc. LOL!!!
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Old June 9th 11, 08:38 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Mr.Smartypants[_2_]
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Default What's in pet food?

On Jun 9, 12:32*pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:

[crap]


You were always a douchebag.



Goo, take a can of cat food to the meat counter at your local Safeway
and DEMAND that you get to buy turkey breast for the same price as the
turkey in the cat food.

If they won't meet your demand, make up a sign that says, EQUALITY
WITH PUSSYCATS NOW!! and march up and down in front of the meat
counter till they meet your demands.
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Old June 9th 11, 08:41 PM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Chrissy Degeer
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Posts: 3
Default What's in pet food?

On 6/9/2011 12:38 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Jun 9, 12:32 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:

[crap]


You were always a douchebag.


[pointless bull****]


You stupid worthless pointless douchebag. No wonder you were expelled
from Medicine Hat Community College.

  #6  
Old June 10th 11, 03:10 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
at
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Default What's in pet food?

On Thu, 09 Jun 2011 12:26:17 -0700, Rudy Canoza
wrote:

Goo would like us to believe that what's on the label is what's in the can,
because that's what he believes. Goo apparently thinks herds and flocks of
livestock animals are raised for no other reason than to be used for pet food:

"It's established: cattle and other animals are expressly raised
to be pet food." - Goo

"Cattle are specifically bred into existence to be pet
food. There have been several citations to support this." - Goo

and so believes labels saying things like the following really do represent
what's inside:

cheeseburger, turkey and bacon, lamb and rice, roasted turkey medley,
porterhouse steak, smoked bacon and egg, top sirloin, rib-eye steak, steak
florentine, oven roasted beef burgundy, steak tips sonoma, roast turkey, new
york strip, filet mignon

The poor Goober is still somewhat confused though, even though he feels certain
animals are raised only to become pet food, he's very VERY much afraid to say
what he thinks happens to the choice cuts of meat. We've narrowed it down to him
pretty much having to believe they are used in pet food and the labels on the
cans accurately represent what's inside. But why is Goo so afraid to say that's
what he believes? After considering it for a while I've come to the conclusion
that Goo's poor little brain is disturbed because it can't figure out why
rib-eye for dogs is so much cheaper than it is for humans, and he also can't
figure out why a can of rib-eye dog food isn't several times more expensive than
a can of cheeseburger dog food, etc. LOL!!!


Another GOD DAMNED Usenet TROLL.

Please DO NOT FEED THIS CROSS POSTING TROLL!!!!
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Old June 10th 11, 07:32 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Mr.Smartypants[_2_]
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Default What's in pet food?

On Jun 9, 1:41*pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
On 6/9/2011 12:38 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:

On Jun 9, 12:32 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con *wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:


[crap]


You were always a douchebag.


[pointless bull****]


You stupid worthless pointless douchebag. *No wonder you were expelled
from Medicine Hat Community College.


Did you make your sign, Goo?

  #8  
Old June 10th 11, 08:32 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Pete Crayne, Dare Adelekan, Cathy Demkiw, and about 16 others
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Default What's in pet food?

On 6/9/2011 11:32 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Jun 9, 1:41 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
On 6/9/2011 12:38 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:

On Jun 9, 12:32 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:


[crap]


You were always a douchebag.


[pointless bull****]


You stupid worthless pointless douchebag. No wonder you were expelled
from Medicine Hat Community College.


[pointless bull**** from Douchebag Ron Hamilton]





  #9  
Old June 10th 11, 08:42 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Mr.Smartypants[_2_]
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Default What's in pet food?

On Jun 10, 1:32*am, "Pete Crayne, Dare Adelekan, Cathy Demkiw, and
about 16 others" wrote:
On 6/9/2011 11:32 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:



On Jun 9, 1:41 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con *wrote:
On 6/9/2011 12:38 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:


On Jun 9, 12:32 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con * *wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:


[crap]


You were always a douchebag.


[pointless bull****]


You stupid worthless pointless douchebag. *No wonder you were expelled
from Medicine Hat Community College.


[pointless bull**** from Douchebag Ron Hamilton]-



Did Safeway meet your demand to sell you turkey breast for the same
price as cat food, Goo?

I guess that should be "meat your demand."

LOL!!
  #10  
Old June 10th 11, 08:46 AM posted to alt.animals.ethics.vegetarian,rec.pets.cats.community,rec.pets.dogs.health,uk.business.agriculture,sci.agriculture
Chrissy Degeer
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Posts: 3
Default What's in pet food?

On 6/10/2011 12:42 AM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:
On Jun 10, 1:32 am, "Pete Crayne, Dare Adelekan, Cathy Demkiw, and
about 16 wrote:
On 6/9/2011 11:32 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:



On Jun 9, 1:41 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
On 6/9/2011 12:38 PM, Mr.Smartypants wrote:


On Jun 9, 12:32 pm, Chrissy Degeer
[email protected] ge.con wrote:
Douchebag Ron Hamilton bleated:


[crap]


You were always a douchebag.


[pointless bull****]


You stupid worthless pointless douchebag. No wonder you were expelled
from Medicine Hat Community College.


[pointless bull**** from Douchebag Ron Hamilton]-


[pointless bull**** from useless do-nothing Douchebag Ron Hamilton]


As usual.


 




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