I am going to apologize in advance for posting this, but I had to. I knew pretty much anything could be canned, but a whole chicken? I never thought I would see such a thing and to be able to buy it on Amazon amazes me as well. On to the post…
Having trouble finding a Father’s Day gift this year? I know I am! Well I know if your Father is anything like mine he loves to eat in general but really loves to eat chicken. I thought about getting him a KFC gift card (not really) but this just doesn’t seem good enough to me. So I came across the Sweet Sue Whole Chicken in a Can! The great part about this is, it will never expire like the gift card and he can eat it anytime he wants. Even 10 years later! Well, I don’t know about that but isn’t canned stuff supposed to last a long time?
Here is a quote from the site about the great product:
“A slippery Steal”
“At $49.99 you can’t go wrong. Where else can you find a whole chicken that comes with it’s own vaseline for non-stick oven action? Every can comes with it’s own bonus surprise. I was fortunate enough to find the head of the chicken still attached in my can. The beak came in handy for a crunchy treat after dinner. A friend found mature eggs in her chicken, kids had egg sandwiches the following morning.Take advantage and order Sweet Sue Whole Chicken in a Can before this low priced offer expires or you just might end up paying regular price $129.99.”
This has to be a joke, or I hope it is. I am surprised that Amazon would keep such a product on their site with the funny/disturbing comments and not to mention the pictures! Nasty! Do they not moderate their comments or user submitted photos? If you go to the user submitted photos look at the last one, it is a cop with a quote under it saying, “Make Every Day count”. What is that about (its pretty funny though)!
Personally, I find this really disgusting/funny/disturbing in a way because just look at it. I will warn you the user submitted photos on the site are pretty nasty and I hope that isn’t how it really looks! I still can’t believe this is real and not a joke. If anyone actually purchases one of these let me know how that goes!
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I can’t believe the first and tenth most popular searches, you have to be kidding me!
Here is the list.
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For the past 18 months, I’ve been working on a browser game, called Imperial Ages. It’s finally finished, and can be played by anyone with an Internet connection. All you need is a browser.
Just launched today, Imperial Ages is a browser based strategy game, that allows you to build empires and wage wars, everything from the comfort of your own browser, without downloading anything.
Imperial Ages is a free browser based strategy game, set in the Medieval Ages. You only need a browser and an Internet connection to play it, and you can train or fight against 120 types of military units, from 4 different civilizations. Build up your empire peacefully or through wars, it’s your choice.
Read the story, or Play the game.
Would Americans be interested in cloned meat? The advantage would be that they would get the absolute best quality for the money paid. Imagine the most succulent and flavorful piece of stake, being replicated and served to consumers. The FDA gave their approval for milk and meat from cloned animals to be served in the US, but this is far from becoming a reality any time soon.
"The food in every respect is indistinguishable from food from any other animal," FDA Food-Safety Chief Dr. Stephen Sundlof told reporters on Jan. 15. "It is beyond our imagination to even find a theory that would cause the food to be unsafe."
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1 In 100 Adults In US Is Behind Bars
1.6 million Americans in prison and 0.7 million in local jails. That means 1% of the adult population of the United States, which is 230 million. When it comes to ethnic groups, it gets worse. 1 in every 15 black adults is in jail, and the same goes for 1 in every 36 hispanic adults.
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Most Sinful Cities In America
A special report on Forbes.com, that shows the most sinful cities in America, on each of the 7 deadly sins (lust, gluttony, avarice, sloth, wrath, envy and pride).
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The New York Times has launched a section called TimesMachine, which allows anyone to browse through 70 years of NY Times editions, from its launch in 1851 to the end of 1922.
You get to see the papers exactly how they were then, and you might not be able to read everything as they’re scanned newspapers and they’re not all in top condition.
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