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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    Rat on a stick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCTNN View Post
    100% agree with you.

    I'm still baffled about the horse meat lasagna scandal. Horse meat is so freaking delicious. Donkey meat even better.

    Problem was that the horse had been treated with drugs that made it unsuitable for human consumption.

    Q&A: Horsemeat scandal - BBC News

    The FSA ordered tests to check whether a drug given to horses, bute (phenylbutazone) - which can be dangerous to humans - had illegally entered the human food chain. It found eight horses, killed in the UK, had tested positive for bute and six may have entered the food chain in France. However, the levels detected are said to pose "very little risk to human health".
    I have no objection to clearly labelled & safe horse meat being on sale in the UK even if it comes from abroad.

    Its not Xenophobia its a very reasonable response to food adulteration something the UK has been strict on since the Victorian times.

    Ignore Warty he just makes tulip up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vetran View Post
    Problem was that the horse had been treated with drugs that made it unsuitable for human consumption.

    Q&A: Horsemeat scandal - BBC News

    I have no objection to clearly labelled & safe horse meat being on sale in the UK even if it comes from abroad.

    Its not Xenophobia its a very reasonable response to food adulteration something the UK has been strict on since the Victorian times.

    Ignore Warty he just makes tulip up.
    Ha ha, you are so easily triggered. I said xenophobes will mock the French for eating horse meat, I didn't say the horse meat scandal was OK, or food labelled as beef can be sold as horse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    Ha ha, you are so easily triggered. I said xenophobes will mock the French for eating horse meat, I didn't say the horse meat scandal was OK, or food labelled as beef can be sold as horse.
    ooh look at it wriggle I'll pop it on a hook we will catch something nice with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minestrone View Post
    So are 9 year old females.
    Mods?

    Islam doesn't promote eating/copulating with/raping 9 year old females. To be clear: some Christian sects in the US also promoted this interpretation of the bible and were clearly wrong. Why don't you consider that of the various types of Islam? We don't see such rape in Malaysia, for example, where Islam is the majority religion.

    Unbelievable that you're still in Scotland. Piss off back to your hole.

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