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(Daily Mail)   Crazy guy warns that the smug organic mob is coming, and if they have their way, you'll never be able to afford a chicken for Sunday lunch ever again. That's right, NEVER   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 8
    More: Interesting, Waitrose, Jamie Oliver, organic movement, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, joints, McNuggets, organic products, Marco Pierre White  
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2012-09-09 10:21:38 AM  
3 votes:
What if you want four fried chickens? And a Coke?
2012-09-09 10:15:09 AM  
2 votes:
But Chik-fil-a is closed on Sunday.
NFA [TotalFark]
2012-09-09 01:35:33 PM  
1 votes:
You can always tell a conservatively fabricated issue because they can't resist name calling and love the word SMUG.

Prius drivers- SMUG
Chevy Volt Drivers - SMUG
Vegans - SMUG
People who watch CNN - SMUG
Organic Food Consumers - SMUG
People who promote wind power - SMUG
Liberals in general - SMUG
Anyone who disagrees with Republitards - SMUG

See the pattern?
2012-09-09 11:24:30 AM  
1 votes:

zobear: Nutritional value isn't the only reason people buy organic.


ekologhealth.ru
2012-09-09 10:49:18 AM  
1 votes:

Aqua Buddha: Lunaville: This smug "organic" Mom already feels like she lives in a corporate Orwellian society when the pediatrician closes the door, turns on the water, and says "Please, don't tell anyone I was the one that told you, but only feed your children organic milk and meat. Here's why ... "

Scary stuff, indeed.

But even that pales in comparison to this corporate coverup.


Tell me about it. I was at an agricultural fair yesterday. You'd think if there was one place you could get away from large quantities of dangerous chemicals, it would be at an agricultural fair. Not so. Around noon, a very large quantity of dihydrogen monoxide was released at the very fair I was at. To be fair, the staff did warn us of the impending release, advising us how long it would go on and suggesing ways to minimise exposure. Nevertheless, many of us were exposed anyway. I was exposed to quite a lot of myself, and even those who were not hit by it during the relase had to walk through it after: it was everywhere, all over the ground and exposed objects, so I bet pretty much everyone there was exposed. Many of us exhibited the classic exposure symptoms, especially shivering, but luckily there was very little of the dreaded diminished vision and compromised breathing that can result. Needless to say, I stripped off the exposed clothing when I got home and I'm still mitigating that. NOT fun.
2012-09-09 10:38:41 AM  
1 votes:

Lunaville: This smug "organic" Mom already feels like she lives in a corporate Orwellian society when the pediatrician closes the door, turns on the water, and says "Please, don't tell anyone I was the one that told you, but only feed your children organic milk and meat. Here's why ... "


Text message intercepted from said doctor to his brother in law:
"Got another yuppy screwball customer for the organic store. Your welcome."

Find a doctor with better grammar..
2012-09-09 09:55:55 AM  
1 votes:

Ummon: You know, I have no problem with Organic, Mass Produced, Genetically Altered or even "pink slime". My only issue in the US, is LABEL THE FARKING THING! More Specifically label it accurately and stop with all the bullshiat. For all the Conservative Crazies out there screaming about the free market, it seems to me this is a perfect example. If you label something accurately then the consumer can choose what he or she wants to eat and decide if the price is fair or to go with a cheaper (and perhaps unhealthy) alternative


Your rational position is dangerous. Please move on to claiming the science is settled and the Stanford people are just deniers or that the whole organic thing is a ruse to get research cash. Otherwise you risk tearing the basic fabric of FARK itself.

/Think of the children.
2012-09-09 09:40:15 AM  
1 votes:

Lunaville: This smug "organic" Mom already feels like she lives in a corporate Orwellian society when the pediatrician closes the door, turns on the water, and says "Please, don't tell anyone I was the one that told you, but only feed your children organic milk and meat. Here's why ... ".

I want organic choices and, while it would be swell if organic options were cheaper, I don't want the standards for the organic label lowered so as to make it easier for Beatrice companies to acquire that label for their products.


You're a nut, and your pediatrician has an investment in an organic place that specializes in taking money from nuts.
 
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