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Grant me your bacon

Grant me your bacon

For a long time now, I’ve expressed my love of music through a rational hatred of Bon Jovi and long may it last. If you’re a person, you probably have an opinion of bacon. That…

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Bacon

Bacon

Last night Scurvy Jane asked Thirsty Dave if he wanted a beer. He could have said Yes and he could have said No. As it was, he said Yes for that is the way of…

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If you have a few words that you’re not using, please throw them my way.

If you have a few words that you’re not using, please throw them my way.

You’re on a train. You see a homeless man. He gives up his seat to an elderly woman. The elderly woman sits on the seat and gives the homeless man her groceries. It’s a nice…

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Somethings in life take a lifetime to get over

Somethings in life take a lifetime to get over

Even now, after having some time to digest the news, I just cannot understand why she had a smile on her face. When a surgeon breaks bad news to a family, the last thing on…

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The Bacon Shortage: What Can Men Do?

September 30, 2012
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The Bacon Shortage: What Can Men Do?

Men, be brave. I have disheartening news. According to the NPA or the National Pig Association of Great Britain, there will be a worldwide bacon shortage next year.  The US pig farmers concur. Apparently, drought…

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The History of Bacon

August 18, 2012
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Hundreds of thousands of years ago, as early man was still finding his way, an amazing thing happened. It was at the time an incredible coincidence, but a coincidence which would set man upon a…

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The Ultimate Aphrodisiac

April 11, 2012
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Jennifer Love Hewitt says she dabs on McCormick’s Vanilla Extract to attract men. According to the actress, men sniff her and say, “You smell fantastic.”  Honestly, I think she missed the boat. If it’s men…

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Ethics, Food, and You

April 28, 2011
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Let’s face it. As a species, relatively speaking, humans pretty much suck. We’re slow, we’re weak, and we’re fragile. A cheetah can run 60 mph.  Sure, some guy in the Olympics might run 20 mph.…

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