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d000hg

Member Since 21 Jan 2002
Offline Last Active Apr 26 2016 10:47 AM

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In Topic: I just survived A Pit bull attack. man this town sux big time.

27 March 2016 - 01:27 PM

dogs are also very dangerous around me, people dont even build proper fences, so the dogs can come out, and agressively bark. getting a weapon is a good idea, if it is legal in your contry. dont risk yourself. 

Yes you definitely need a weapon if a dog is going to aggressively bark at you. A bit like how if a youth shouts at you in the street, you should shoot them.


In Topic: I just survived A Pit bull attack. man this town sux big time.

27 March 2016 - 01:26 PM

 

This is not quite true. It is likely that the meat you were eating contained a small percentage of horse, particularly in pies or lasagne or other processed foods. It is unlikely you would buy a pack of beef and it would be horse meat.

 

Obvious you weren't in the UK or parts of Western Europe some years ago.

braindigitalis was telling the truth. It was a very big scandal in the UK some few years ago. Horse meat, in very large proportions was mixed with beef  (sometimes up to 100% horse meat) and sold as pure beef  

 

The problem was first picked up by Irish food inspectors who announced in mid-January 2013 that they had found horse meat in frozen beef burgers. Subsequently, the UK informed the Commission on 8 February 2013 that a UK company (Findus UK) had been selling beef lasagne supplied by a French company (Comigel-Tavola Luxembourg) which tests showed contained between 80-100% horse meat.

 

 

Um, I live in the UK and followed this news. Lasagne IS processed food.


In Topic: I just survived A Pit bull attack. man this town sux big time.

26 March 2016 - 03:42 PM

 

d000hg, on 23 Mar 2016 - 11:31 AM, said:
Point of order, horse meat is pretty good.

Never tried it! I definitely wouldn't mind the experience, I just always heard it was too stringy and tough. Bison is good!

In the UK a few years ago if you bought cheap supermarket beef chances are you were eating horse meat.

They were using horse meat full of steroids (not fit for human consumption) and passing it off as beef.

All levels of merciless hell came down on the companies doing it, labelling changed and now if it says beef on the package it is beef.

On that note though I've had horse, along with other meats such as crocodile, ostrich, buffalo, shark, whatever the local speciality meat suppliers sell. I like to try everything.

I can attest that horse is OK but tastes a lot like beef. Considering horse is a lot more expensive, if it tastes like beef you might as well get beef. Horse is a lot leaner though and better for you.

Enjoy!

 

This is not quite true. It is likely that the meat you were eating contained a small percentage of horse, particularly in pies or lasagne or other processed foods. It is unlikely you would buy a pack of beef and it would be horse meat.


In Topic: I just survived A Pit bull attack. man this town sux big time.

26 March 2016 - 03:39 PM


There are other humane ways of preventing dogs and cats from breeding, it seems you skipped the lines and posts that made my arguments.
I'm pretty sure dogs and cats can't breed, though they may enjoy trying.

In Topic: I just survived A Pit bull attack. man this town sux big time.

23 March 2016 - 05:31 AM

Point of order, horse meat is pretty good. 


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