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12-07-2014, 06:49 PM   #11896
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Darned if I know. 'Twas Steve that posted the Veggie version. Probably rates right up there with soy-based bacon bits. If this thread gets off-track and off-topic, it'll be all his fault.
This thread has a track?!!! If this thread has a track then it's been side tracked.

NaCl(if that makes sense it's not my fault, I'm only quoting my father about my mind)H2O

12-07-2014, 06:53 PM   #11897
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The Grand Moderators' Council have met ...
I've heard of that. Sort of a reincarnation of the Court of the Star Chamber I believe.
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How would sheep innards ever be vegetarian?
Think about what they eat, Sheep poop is all vegetarian. Bon appetite
12-07-2014, 07:30 PM   #11899
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Think about what they eat, Sheep poop is all vegetarian. Bon appetite
It's all a bunch of tripe.

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The sheep is a great and useful animal...as long as it stays on your side of the fence.
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The sheep is a great and useful animal...as long as it stays on your side of the fence
Is sheep farming off-topic?
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Is sheep farming off-topic?
Hey pentaxdude, is sheep farming off-topic?
12-07-2014, 08:43 PM   #11903
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And just what does "off-topic" mean. I am not too sure that it has much meaning in this thread.

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It is generous of him to take the blame for us, isn't it?
Oh, I bet Jim relishes his complicity in the existence of this "little gem" of a thread.

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From an earlier post we understand that the motion to blame "our Jim" was moved by an Australian, Ash, for which we Aussies can be deeply ashamed.
That's OK.

Just tell Mr. Ash to say three liaH hociRs and leave his detimiL 13AF in the collection plate by the door, and the emerpuS licnuoC will consider his forgiveness.
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There should be a contest here as well. If this thread hits 3,000,000 posts, an FA*77 should be given to a lucky participant of this thread.


*The FA 77 Ltd. will be truly LIMITED as it will have only the front and rear elements.
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
How would sheep innards ever be vegetarian?
QuoteOriginally posted by jac Quote
'Twas Steve that posted the Veggie version.
...and the veggie version is made by Macsween, Scotland's premier producer of pre-made haggis! Macsween claims that version accounts for a sizeable portion of sales (25% IIRC). I suspect there are small bits of fake sheep lung and other stuff in with the oats and savory herbs.

Steve

(...takes no responsibility for the dereliction of this thread...it is a force of nature...)

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QuoteOriginally posted by NaClH2O Quote
This thread has a track?!!! If this thread has a track then it's been side tracked.
No this thread exists in multiple dimensions with no concurrency constraints meaning that it may lack both internal and external consistency both nowhere and everywhere at once. It can also levitate plates of both igunac and haggis 5 meters above the earth's surface on opposite sides of the globe.

The reach of the hociR is far and its intent may not be easily plumbed.


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The sheep is a great and useful animal...as long as it stays on your side of the fence.
Cattle, OTOH, are good company.


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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
As someone who doesn't eat meat . . . . . . .
So you are a vegetarian then.

QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Think about what they eat, Sheep poop is all vegetarian. Bon appetite
Which makes me think of a series of memes circulating lately:



But to be fair, I must be clear that I am not making this post to present those who choose to not eat meat in a bad light. Indeed, the vegetarian diet is working for plenty of people.

So here is a meme for them:



Then again, meat does have its place:



Just watch out for Monsanto:

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Keep it rolling. In any dimension desired. On any off-topic topic. With bacon.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jac Quote
It's all a bunch of tripe.
Mmmm ... les tripes. Mmmmmm ...


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