What's going on, Albuquerque?
I don't really understand the argument against horse slaughter. Isn't it the same as any other slaughterhouse operation? It seems to me the opposition is grounded in emotion rather than reason.
Also, good riddance to Jim Villanucci, though my beef is less with him than it is with the whole talk radio format in general. No matter who is behind the mic or what their political leanings might be, it always seems as though they sacrifice integrity for ratings via feigned outrage and lack of any rational thought. Sure, it's nice to give a voice to the people, but when there's no accountability, no fact checking, no expertise, and really no one to call out logical fallacies, it's just a bunch of hot air and misinformation.
I finally got to stop by Rebel Donut on Saturday, and was going to try the BB donut - but - it's planted on a damned cake donut! I realize that there are two groups of donut-eaters out there - cake and raised, but I would think they would make both, just to keep all parties happy... (So, I got a French toast donut and the world's cheapest double expresso - $1.25..) Also, I'm willing to bet they get the blue rock from the Candy Lady, and, if they do, they should share the love and let the media know - you know what happens when you cut out suppliers...
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