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#1 Sat 03 Feb 07 10:11pm

Elvis Parsley

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Dirty Bernard

(This is my own view and nobody else's.  Unless you agree with me)

He's tried to kill us with his filthy processed turkey products and now he's moved on to this;

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6328161.stm

Bootiful!

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#2 Sat 03 Feb 07 11:10pm

cupcake

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Re: Dirty Bernard

Do you think it will really put a crimp in megalomaniac Matthew's bottom line?
Unfortunately, for the turkeys, no one can make the end credit disclaimer:
No animals were harmed in the making of this production ...

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#3 Sun 04 Feb 07 12:53am

Elvis Parsley

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Re: Dirty Bernard

We can't put aside the welfare of the birds, of course we can't.

But 160,000 turkeys in one place?  It's asking for something isn't it?  Poor blighters. Challenge nature and she'll kick your behind.

And that's 160,000 "units" that can't be minced up with whatever chemical crap you can think of to stuff into people's kids, at least for the time being.

The offer of the world's biggest booze up at mine still stands when the man himself chokes to death on a feather.

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#4 Sun 04 Feb 07 1:40am

confuzed

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Re: Dirty Bernard

Just a sidetrack regarding "when the man himself chokes to death on a feather"...

http://www.kctv5.com/Global/story.asp?S=4293139

So maybee the solution will be to...ehm...shove a feather...somewhere.. whistle

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#5 Sun 04 Feb 07 5:23pm

GeoffP

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Re: Dirty Bernard

I reckon its a just retribution on the company who invented the turkey twizzler and the chicken dinosaur.

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#6 Sun 04 Feb 07 7:26pm

Mrs Gibba

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Re: Dirty Bernard

I feel sorry for those in the surrounding area who are proper farmers (rather than that production line thing that they have going on in those sheds) that are going to be affected by this.

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#7 Sun 04 Feb 07 7:59pm

Elvis Parsley

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Re: Dirty Bernard

There was a government guy on the radio this morning expressing his amazement that this had happened on industrial farm - he actually said he expected an outbreak to begin on an organic smallholding.

Sometimes there are none so blind as those who will not see.

(Watch the price of chicken and turkey fall through the floor again next week)

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#8 Sun 04 Feb 07 8:41pm

Mrs Gibba

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Re: Dirty Bernard

Silly defra person.  Some academic said he wasn't at all surprised as bascially 160,000 birds in one place meant that there was always illness in the place - it's just not natural to have that many together or is that just me?

You'll be right about the price of chicken...

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#9 Sun 04 Feb 07 9:42pm

Elvis Parsley

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Re: Dirty Bernard

It's not natural, Mrs G.  I was reading today that Dirty Bernard "processes" 8 MILLION "units" a year.  Maybe Alan Partridge was right about the giant chickens in sheds eating burgers.....

Also am I the only person who's noticed that there's an increased knocking of organic food creeping into the media?  In the last week or so Egon Ronay's slagged organic, and some berk out of the government was dissing it too (like anyone's going to believe a word from that shower these days).

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#10 Sun 04 Feb 07 9:53pm

Alex G

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Re: Dirty Bernard

LOL that bernard!

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