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The Life Span of Meat | A Noteworthy Decade
by noteworthy at 2:33 pm EST, Dec 25, 2009

The process of tying two items together is the important thing.

The idea is to make the goat secrete spider silk into its milk.

"They're just goats. [Pause.] Mostly."

We're actually reaching a level where you find yourself imagining questions that a year ago you couldn't even formulate.

According to one who was present, Churchill suddenly blurted out: "Are we animals? Are we taking this too far?"

Science can be effectively regulated, if we possess the political will to do so.

They're born meat and they die meat. We studied them for several of their life spans, which didn't take long. Do you have any idea what's the life span of meat?

A health director ... reported this week that a small mouse, which presumably had been watching television, attacked a little girl and her full-grown cat ... Both mouse and cat survived, and the incident is recorded here as a reminder that things seem to be changing.

Damn McDonalds for creating so many fast food nations!

It is tiring and unhealthy to lose your Saturday afternoons: but to have them free because you don't matter, that is much worse.

Fight the cult of process.

Money will keep talking, the public interest will keep walking. The great battles, in short, are still ahead.

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