No sir, No sir, not with yams.
Not tomorrow, not today.
Not according to the FDA.
Will they label the cloned meat?
No sir, no sir, not this week.
Not tomorrow, no not ever.
FDA may not be clever.
Is it safe? Wait and see.
Try some, no, not I, not me.
I do not want cloned eggs and ham.
I don't. that's just the way I am.
A little Seussical fun with a serious topic. You can send comments to the FDA regarding your feelings on cloned meat. Here's the link to the docket. Here's the link to the comment area.
If this stuff is going on the market, it should at the very least be labeled so the consumer can tell the difference, and make their choice. Yes, they say cloned meat is safe. Yet, there's no history of humans eating cloned meat over time to determine if it really is safe. And they'll still feed these cloned cows the same GMO-corn and hormones and whatever else they can concoct, so Lord only knows what the entire concoction will yield.
This has been a public service announcement from thisblogismblog.
I'm ending the drought. I wasted enough of my time on this, considering I don't have a square to spare. I pass it on to you to eat away your precious minutes. Maybe I can find a few of mine lying around in the aftermath.
5 Minutes to Kill (Yourself)
found at Kotaku
Don't get this confused with the Def Jux dj RJD2. I'm referring to Ryan vs. Dorkman 2, so there should be no confusion. Type in 'light saber' on Ye Olde YouTube, you'll get close to 10,000 matches. And there's a good chance these arch-nemeses (is that right?) will appear at the top of the results.
Arguably the epitome of Star Wars fan film light saber battles, my son and I had the good fortune of viewing the sequel at the end of the NY Comicon, courtesy of the folks of nyjedi.com. RvD2 premiered on the 'tubes' March 1, so the rest of the world can view it in its infinite goodness. Enjoy.