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Posted: Apr 15, 2018 - 11:08am

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Posted: Oct 20, 2017 - 8:49am

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Michael D'Antuono's 'Small Government'
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 2:37pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

What's sort of smirky to me is that no one is saying it's unhealthful food, or tastes bad. Yeah I don't want dog in my burger but it does seem a shame to have a huge animal like that not be utilized. Over here (at least in Wyoming), we can't even slaughter a horse for use in pet food. If we'll wear horsehide gloves...

 
My pappy used to tell me; "Boy, more stuff you can get down the better." He rarely wore pants.
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 2:33pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

I understand but just wanted to see one of you tee off

 
You're lucky you got me, MrsHJ is much more measured in her responses {#Lol}
 
Anyhoo, bedtime for me, an earlyish night - hurrah!
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 2:29pm

 hobiejoe wrote:
 
/Rant.

 
I understand but just wanted to see one of you tee off
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 2:24pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

What's sort of smirky to me is that no one is saying it's unhealthful food, or tastes bad. Yeah I don't want dog in my burger but it does seem a shame to have a huge animal like that not be utilized. Over here (at least in Wyoming), we can't even slaughter a horse for use in pet food. If we'll wear horsehide gloves...

 
I'm not against eating horse, in fact we're off to Belgium on a house swap in April and Nancy and I intend to dine at a horse restaurant. K is a pescatarian (and, unfortunately, I believe that seahorses are a protected species, and there's not much eating on them anyway) and C is a beanatarian.
 
What I object to is big business being able to cheat. We're being charged for one thing and delivered another. And at the moment, at least the horse meat still had to be handled in a safe and hygienic manner. But as the clamour for more deregulation, less "big government" grows, what other corners will be cut? It's bad enough to discover we're not eating what we thought we were, but what if it might kill us? I thought we'd learnt our lesson from BSE and vCJD when BigFarmer wanted to feed the ground up spines and neural material of animals to other, vegetarian animals. But the Tories are back, deregulation on the menu and here we go again.
 
Gah. Sorry.
 
/Rant.
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 2:03pm

 hobiejoe wrote:

Small fry in the scheme of things. Although there's lots of horses milling around in Ireland, kept in the oddest places, and there are stories - can't collaborate them, so treat as hearsay - of the owners of horses being offered a few euros for the nags, and them being spirited away into the foodchain for a great deal of profit.
 
And of course, it was the Irish food inspectors that found the horse meat in supermarket produce being imported into Ireland, our own FSA having been eviscerated by our shiny new pro-business and anti-redtape government, and so missed it.
 
What's hugely funny is that the right have been sniggering that it's all the fault of us plebs for being poor and having to eat cheap crap in the first place, only to find that up-market caterers have been serving horse to the great and the good at.....Royal Ascot races.
 
What's sort of smirky to me is that no one is saying it's unhealthful food, or tastes bad. Yeah I don't want dog in my burger but it does seem a shame to have a huge animal like that not be utilized. Over here (at least in Wyoming), we can't even slaughter a horse for use in pet food. If we'll wear horsehide gloves...
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 1:28pm

 hobiejoe wrote:

Small fry in the scheme of things. Although there's lots of horses milling around in Ireland, kept in the oddest places, and there are stories - can't collaborate them, so treat as hearsay - of the owners of horses being offered a few euros for the nags, and them being spirited away into the foodchain for a great deal of profit.
 
And of course, it was the Irish food inspectors that found the horse meat in supermarket produce being imported into Ireland, our own FSA having been eviscerated by our shiny new pro-business and anti-redtape government, and so missed it.
 
What's hugely funny is that the right have been sniggering that it's all the fault of us plebs for being poor and having to eat cheap crap in the first place, only to find that up-market caterers have been serving horse to the great and the good at.....Royal Ascot races.

 
{#Lol}Perfect.


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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 1:26pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

Actually I thought it was an Irish meat packer anyway...

 
Small fry in the scheme of things. Although there's lots of horses milling around in Ireland, kept in the oddest places, and there are stories - can't collaborate them, so treat as hearsay - of the owners of horses being offered a few euros for the nags, and them being spirited away into the foodchain for a great deal of profit.
 
And of course, it was the Irish food inspectors that found the horse meat in supermarket produce being imported into Ireland, our own FSA having been eviscerated by our shiny new pro-business and anti-redtape government, and so missed it.
 
What's hugely funny is that the right have been sniggering that it's all the fault of us plebs for being poor and having to eat cheap crap in the first place, only to find that up-market caterers have been serving horse to the great and the good at.....Royal Ascot races.


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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 1:08pm

 hobiejoe wrote:

It's mainly Comingel, a French "food" "manufacturer" supplying the processed raw protein materials, although I dare say there are others. They generally bought horse carcasses from legitimate abattoirs - the Romanians are particularly pissed off with our idiot Agriculture Minister, Patterson, trying to blame them for the problem when they did nothing wrong - all their meat left the abattoir properly labelled as horse.
 
The big problem is that where you have big money, powerful retailers, squeezed producer margins and recently relaxed enforcement, guess what happens?

 
Actually I thought it was an Irish meat packer anyway...
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 1:04pm

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it's the whole of yurup mate, not just us, you're probably ajust seeing more of the British press stuff about it. I wonder what the new Italian government is going to be classified as now?

 
It's mainly Comingel, a French "food" "manufacturer" supplying the processed raw protein materials, although I dare say there are others. They generally bought horse carcasses from legitimate abattoirs - the Romanians are particularly pissed off with our idiot Agriculture Minister, Patterson, trying to blame them for the problem when they did nothing wrong - all their meat left the abattoir properly labelled as horse.
 
The big problem is that where you have big money, powerful retailers, squeezed producer margins and recently relaxed enforcement, guess what happens?
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:43pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:



 



I'm veggie remember! And Marks and Spencer's are currently untouched! I just need to track down some more jokes..........
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:36pm

 MrsHobieJoe wrote:
it's the whole of yurup mate, not just us, 
 

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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:35pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:

brutal

 
Yeah, but just look at us cut all that pesky bureaucracy, freeing business from the dead hand of government regulation....oh. Bugger.
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:32pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:

brutal

 



it's the whole of yurup mate, not just us, you're probably ajust seeing more of the British press stuff about it.

I wonder what the new Italian government is going to be classified as now?
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:30pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
"A BRITISH CORPORATION" should be "You have 2 cows. One of them is a horse."

 
brutal
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Posted: Feb 26, 2013 - 12:21pm

"A BRITISH CORPORATION" should be "You have 2 cows. One of them is a horse."
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