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On a personal note:

I thought the funniest line was:

You may be wondering whatever became of Ryan, who was such a big sensation when Romney first picked him as a running mate. Since Tampa, he seems to have fallen off the face of the Earth, resurfacing every now and then to put up another ad for re-election to his House seat in Wisconsin.

It’s not all that unusual for a vice-presidential candidate to go low-profile. And it is totally not true that Mitt Romney strapped Paul Ryan to the top of a car and drove him to Canada. Stop spreading rumors!

Perhaps you saw or heard about the study that claimed:

Rats fed died earlier than rats fed on a standard diet - suffering mammary tumours and severe liver and kidney damage.

I was suspicous when I saw Gilles-Eric Séralini name as lead on the study. He's the fellow who has done a number of studies paid for by the anti GMO crowd. I don't know where the funding for this one came from but the methodology was pathetic.



Norm, Glad to see your brother (cousin?) still getting good press for his musical work. Did the group take on a new name? I don't remember this from before.

And so you don't care for grass fed beef, but do you find free range chickens tasty?

re: Heart and Soul.

I thought that Janna's Front Porch music project was wonderful as well. You must be so proud to be her bro. I'm proud to be her cuz.

re: Gypsy Sister and free range chickens.

I love grassfed beef. It's so flavorful, and if raised properly tender as well as lean. However free range chickens are another kettle of fish so to speak. By the time my layers have run around the pastures for a couple of years, those birds are too tough for anything but soup stock.


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