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We halfway watch DOOL during our lunch hour at work. (When we don't have anything better to talk about) It's getting monotonous. And the commercials... omg... ten in a row at times. It's ludicrous. Seriously NBC... are you THAT hard up??
The Rainbow Bridge
Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge.
When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water an...more
Not getting enough rain to produce a crop is the fault of the farmer and makes him "bad"? That's like telling a banker he's a "bad banker" because the battery in his calculator died. You city people need to spend a year in the life of a farmer before you go running him into the ground.
The government also bailed out the auto industry. Do you hold that against Ford? GM? Have you stopped buying cars?
Have you forgotten about the $700 billion spent to bail out the banks? Have you withdrawn your money from a bank in protest?
What about the 84% of an $800 trillion dollar farm bill that went to ...more
Ummm... people... this is the entire pork industry that we are talking about. Not "just" bacon. (And NOT just in the UK.) Pork chops, ham, sausage... anything that comes from a hog. And if you think the beef industry is in any better shape, think again. And yes that means hamburger, steak, roast.... And don't k...more
Oh yes... the ever-popular "the government will pick up the tab on the crop loss" comment. Someone needs to do some research. 84% of the money the allocated by farm bill that YOUR Congress passes actually goes to the food stamp, nutrition and school lunch programs that the government oversees.... not to the farmers...more