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The reason why Americans have bacon for breakfast
Posted 12/12/15
Edward Barneys is the reason many Americans have bacon and eggs for breakfeast.
He was an expert in the art of public relations and also helped the USA overthrow the government of Guatemala in the 1950's.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vFz_FgGvJI
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Posted 12/12/15
Ahh clogging arteries and killing us with excessive salt and sugar. since ever.
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Posted 12/12/15 , edited 12/12/15
Did someone say bacon ʢ ͡°▾ ͡°ʡ
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Also, bacon was the only "affordable" meat for sharecroppers in the early south, and one of the only longterm curable meats for those on the frontier.

Now, the reason we eat cereal, OTOH, was because of borderline-insane Seventh-Day Adventist health guru and spa king Dr. John Kellogg trying to find vegetarian alternatives to eating meat and eggs at breakfast.
(He was also against sugar, and clashed with his brother William trying to market the corn flakes with sugar frosting on them...He didn't feel they were great.)
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Posted 12/12/15
I love bacon
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biscuitnote wrote:

Twisted Bio-mechanical feedback experiments, manifested through nano-fibers, augmented beyond control. Released upon militia, under predetermined conditions. Face of war, contorted into terror. Ultra-light, efficient killing force, ballistic over ground, through sky. Supplemented anatomy, highbred to subvert any global entity. Biological inhabitant, unresponsive, dead-vessel of government agenda. uncompromising, ultra-lite, efficient killing force. Perpetual movement, unaffected by any form of combustion. Dynamic, ultra-light, unstoppable exodus. Longing to die, corroded mind--inside. Modular systems, adapting, registers undetected. Cloaked in sanguine armor, motorized amalgam fibers.


(Aw, quit posting KFMDM lyrics, and say something!)
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Ranwolf wrote:

Ahh clogging arteries and killing us with excessive salt and sugar. since ever.


Its the American way
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in japan they have hotdogs and omelette rice methinks
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lambofgenesis wrote:

in japan they have hotdogs and omelette rice methinks


I see white rice and miso a bit more. I wanna have some omelette rice one day

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Ejanss wrote:

Also, bacon was the only "affordable" meat for sharecroppers in the early south, and one of the only longterm curable meats for those on the frontier.

Now, the reason we eat cereal, OTOH, was because of borderline-insane Seventh-Day Adventist health guru and spa king Dr. John Kellogg trying to find vegetarian alternatives to eating meat and eggs at breakfast.
(He was also against sugar, and clashed with his brother William trying to market the corn flakes with sugar frosting on them...He didn't feel they were great.)


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AkitoMadaka wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:

in japan they have hotdogs and omelette rice methinks


I see white rice and miso a bit more. I wanna have some omelette rice one day



me too everyone in anime has it! lol charlotte even centered around it!

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Posted 12/12/15
huh? people eat it just for breakfast?
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AkitoMadaka wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:

in japan they have hotdogs and omelette rice methinks


I see white rice and miso a bit more. I wanna have some omelette rice one day



So make some the stuff is child's play. I can make omelette rice in my sleep.


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Ranwolf wrote:

Ahh clogging arteries and killing us with excessive salt and sugar. since ever.


Its the American way


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Posted 12/12/15 , edited 12/12/15
double post please ignore.
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