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(The Times of India)   Lizard found in Indian food ration packet. Great, now EVERYONE'S gonna want one   ( divider line
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2012-07-12 09:15:47 PM  
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"Roasted newt?"
2012-07-12 10:17:53 PM  
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Gyrfalcon: Prakash Wadje, ZP member from Dindori, raised the issue and demanded an immediate recall of food packets, blacklisting of the food supplier, and immediate repatriation of the deputy chief executive officer, women and child welfare committee.

OK, a dead lizard is bad, but let's not totally overreact, shall we? They didn't put that dead lizard in there to spite you personally.

I want him dead. I want his family dead. I want his friends dead. I want his house burned to the ground.
2012-07-12 08:39:09 PM  
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indoorplant: [ image 457x461]

I guess he doesn't mind that the two in his mouth could pinch one off at any time
2012-07-12 07:25:17 PM  
1 vote:
Having RTFA, I can't muster any snark.

I will simply appreciate the fact that I am in a nice air-conditioned house stocked with food and not in danger of malnutrition while living in a rural part of India.
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