flucto: Could they bring back the pork from the 1950's? Thanks.
Sybarite: [media1.giphy.com image 459x200]
Shostie: You mean the pork riddled with trichinosis?
namatad: Sybarite: [media1.giphy.com image 459x200]10 punch in face20 goto 10my god he was irritating in that movieI dont remember his character being that annoying in the book.
meanmutton: I'm pretty sure than non-partisan politicians didn't exist in the UD past Washington.
flucto: Shostie: You mean the pork riddled with trichinosis?If that's what made it so tasty, yes. mmmm.
pute kisses like a man: the real reason for the lack of taste is that, sometime in the latter half of the 20th century, the pork industry tried to re-market pork as "the other white meat". the wanted pork to be thought of as healthy and lean, so they raised leaner pigs.
ikanreed: Yeah, no, that's nostalgia.
flucto: pute kisses like a man:No no, the man kissing guy is right. it used to have a lot more fat. Those Hungarian cocker hamiel things for example are freaking delicious.
ModernPrimitive01: I have always wondered what a mammoth would taste like
Jim_Callahan: If we bring something back and it's too good/overpopulates, we can kill it again.
IC Stars: Yes, we need to bring back the wooly mammoths, just to put those bastard brown bears in their place./ sabre-tooths would be awesome too// and north american cheetahs?
pute kisses like a man: pork may still have trichinosis. pork should be cooked to 145 to remove the risks
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