News you can’t use.

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Or maybe you can. I’m not judging.

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For someone who doesn’t drink coffee but lives on freshly brewed tea… this is beyond disturbing.

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Another reason I live on the opposite end of the highway from this state.

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No.

You have your Impossible Burger, you have your soy based cheese ….

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For the love of all that’s holy keep your vegan hands off my seafood!

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Well this was disturbing. I’d only been to one out of nine. I must be getting old…

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26 thoughts on “News you can’t use.”

  1. 1. I drink (decaf) homemade iced tea all the time. I can only hope the creative process renders the insects dead.
    2. If an amoeba can eat your brain in Florida…yes, that tracks.
    3.Biodegradable oyster shells…I believe we have “jumped the shark” on that one.
    4.We will await the post on your upcoming Portland ME pub crawl.

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  2. Insects? Or insect-shaped bacteria? Or garbaged tea bags? Something is not making sense here? I open used tea bags all the time, because I add the dried leaves to my planting soil — along with crushed egg shells — for all my indoor plants. I have yet to see anything other than tea leaves in the bags! Or should I be using a microscope?
    I can see insects loving used tea bags in garbage dumps, that makes sense. Rotting tea leaves would make good insect food.
    Or was it just one company’s tea bags? Some unethical tea bag maker could care less if bugs got into its stock of crushed tea leaves, and just fills the bags anyway. But if the insects were alive, would they not just eat their way out of the bag? That would be easy to notice.
    Nope, none of this makes sense. But I’m with you on the no coffee thing. I don’t touch the stuff! Never have, never will. The smell is enough to make me stay away. I guess that is why noone comes to visit. There is no coffee or alcohol in our house. As hosts we suck big time.

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      1. I don’t go there anymore. I had a few friends who were alcoholics, one in patticular who stashed bottles of wine and hard luquor in my home. When she came to visit one day and found a box of emptied bottles she went berserk. She had hidden it pretty well, except for the booze breath, but I just figured she was supplying herself from the big purse she always carried. No, the purse came with full bottles and left with empty ones. I was quite astonished at her techniques, she was an expert at hiding things. She no longer comes to visit.
        Now, no booze allowed, unless I bring some in for special friends on special occasions, when I can control the amount consumable.
        Being an addictions counsellor changed my whole outlook on what I was willing to put up with in my own home. Somewhere else, I could care less what people do to themselves. At my home, I no longer put up with shit.

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      2. Apparently she stashed booze evetywhere she went. She could not cope without alcohol in her system. She was, probably still is, a successful lawyer. One of those people who can function while under the influence. But her dependency ruined our friendship. We no longer live near each other, she got married again and moved from Canada to the States, in DC of all plsces. We stopped communicating shortly after. I often wonder if she is even still alive.

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      3. A lot of damage, yes, and not just to the drinker. I said she was a successful lawyer, but I have no idea if she served every client successfully or diligently. Some clients might have not got her full attention. Her one daughter certainly did not.

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  3. I boil my tea for iced tea, so this just let’s me know I am getting protein, an added bonus. And, to put a spin on a Sheldon quote: Why, in a world where I can get real, fresh ousters, would I want to eat something that just looks like an oyster but is made from soy paste?

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  4. I agree that tea bag thing is sooooo disturbing. And I also agree with you, these vegans are up to no good trying to replicate what real food should taste like in a mockup of their twisted ideas. The rest of the news I can live without.

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