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    How many of you know where chocolate milk comes from?


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    It comes from the store. Duh!


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    Yet another confirmation the great American Stratoliner has lost it's wings and has now become a lawn dart plummeting towards earth. I hope ya'll got your parachutes and are prepared to bail out !

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    Chocolate cows of course.
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    I heard about this on the radio...seriously what is this world coming to?
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    And they vote.
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    It is quite sad if you you think about it to hard when I was young and in school I was in the 4H and then from there went into the FFA the school that I attended was in a small at that time farming community I showed Angus and Charolais breed of cattle also showed pigs even back then when we would be at the national livestock show or the county fair to show our cattle or hogs people would come up to you and with the most serious look on their faces tell you that brown cows is where the chocolate milk came from and when you would try to explain to them they would look at you like you were nuts,I also worked on my grand parents and uncles dairy milking and feeding 400 head of milk cows
    the link tamrock posted does not even surprise me in the least.

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    I went to a small town fair about 5 years ago because wife wanted to see the pig exhibit. The program for the fair said 'Swine, Area E, 1pm". Couldn't immediately find how the areas were laid out but saw the Information Booth, manned by the county HS FFA. 2 girls, obviously seniors in HS were manning the booth and talking with 2 others who may or may not have been FFA. We asked "where is the swine exhibit being held?".
    Puzzled look...."Whats a swine?". Not one of them knew the definition of the word swine.
    Remember these are my area's Future Farmers AND highschool seniors. Meaning they would be voting within a year.
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    Sounds like the guy I saw at the zoo the other day. He was peering into the snake exhibit and kept sticking his tongue out at the exhibit. I asked him what he was doing and he said, "The snake started it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD51 View Post
    Sounds like the guy I saw at the zoo the other day. He was peering into the snake exhibit and kept sticking his tongue out at the exhibit. I asked him what he was doing and he said, "The snake started it!"
    Laughter is good medicine. Thanks for sharing that experience. I needed a good chuckle.
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    Almost as scary but not quite. Worked maintenance for a flavoring manufacturer that made the coco powders for chocolate milk supplied to the schools by Carnation & Knudsen (if I remember correctly) and started noticing there was more stuff like gum arabic & resins, emulsifiers etc than cocoa. Not to mention what was on the pallets when the operator was slicing the bags and dumping them. Anyone eat Baskin Robbins ice cream? Sorry to hear that my friends.......
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    Then I won't even ask where these come from......

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    The master replied, "It is better to be a warrior in a garden, than to be a gardener in a war."

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    And they vote.
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    And they vote.
    Worse. They medicate you in hospitals and process your food.
    America was founded by tough hell-raisers. Rugged citizens who evaded taxes, spoke strongly against tyranny, grew tobacco, brewed beer, distilled spirits, and smuggled weapons. And it will be saved by those same types of citizens.

 

 
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