September 25, 2017

Subway Chicken Ain’t But Half Chicken

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — If you think that chicken sandwich you ordered at Subway did not fully taste like fowl, you may have been right.

According to a Canadian study, a DNA test showed only half of Subway’s oven-roasted patty is made with real chicken.

Subway was among five fast-food restaurants whose chicken the Canadian Broadcast Corporation had tested.

The results showed the Oven Roasted Chicken patties averaged 53.6 percent chicken DNA while the Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki strips came in at 42.8 percent.

The sandwich chain refuted the results of the DNA test in a released statement:<<<Read More>>>

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Chickenshits in Chicken, Alaska

In case you were asleep, the Alaska Environmental Crimes Task Force raided a gold mining camp near Chicken, Alaska, complete with body armor and weapons drawn, looking for dirty water. That’s right. How many knew any environmental agency needed to be armed like a SWAT team?

Now the 9/11-built, out of control police forces can’t come up with a good enough lie as to why it was necessary. The excuse? Well, the EPA is saying that the Alaska State Troopers told them, “that Chicken, Alaska ‘was rife with drug and human trafficking.'” And shocking as it may seem, the Alaska State Troopers are denying they ever said such a thing.

Here’s an idea. Without even creating another 9/11, let’s just continue to give law enforcement more and more power over our liberties, privacy, and freedoms. Hell, we don’t need them anyway. It’s for national security, right?

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PETA Says Eating Chicken Causes Small Penises

And I would imagine from that stupid conclusion, PETA would say small penises are what causes men to go out and shoot animals. That seems to be the only reason they can give for anyone wanting to eat good food.

We all know how fringe PETA is and like most any organization with an agenda, they will do and say most anything to promote that agenda. In this case, PETA doesn’t want the eating of buffalo wings to take place at a buffalo wing convention so they are saying that women who eat chicken during pregnancy will cause their male-born babies to have a small penis.

Whatever!

Of course PETA is going after what may have once been a symbol of “manhood” and now may more closely resemble an object that gets in the way, as seemingly more and more men aren’t much interested in being men at all. Maybe if PETA campaigned on chicken causes men to remain heterosexual would be more effective.

The claim that PETA is basing their perverted proclamation on is that chickens contain a chemical called phthalate. Phthalates are in just about everything we eat and come in contact with. According to Wikipedia (yeah, I know), phthalates are in, ” enteric coatings of pharmaceutical tablets and nutritional supplements to viscosity control agents, gelling agents, film formers, stabilizers, dispersants, lubricants, binders, emulsifying agents, and suspending agents. End-applications include adhesives and glues, electronics, agricultural adjuvants, building materials, personal-care products, medical devices, detergents and surfactants, packaging, children’s toys, modeling clay, waxes, paints, printing inks and coatings, pharmaceuticals, food products, and textiles.”

And so the only remaining question becomes, what does exposure to and ingestion of phthalates do to us humans? High doses (whatever that is) cause a change in hormone levels (which may be why men are no longer interested in being men), along with certain birth defects.

So, while PETA targets men’s penises because they are a sick and perverted organization, maybe we all should be asking why are so many products, including foods and pharmaceuticals, laced with phthalates? Is one to suppose that the Club of Rome’s depopulation agenda is in play here?

I think I’ll go have a chicken sandwich and think about this for a minute.

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Sunday Dinner

Yesterday was one of those rare days at camp this summer where it wasn’t raining (began raining just after dark last night and still raining). So, I fired up the fire pit, set up the grill and tossed on some bits of chicken. Yummy!

chicken

Photo by Tom Remington

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