Why buy locally

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    because my food stamps can't be redeemed out of state?

    :eusa_whistle:
     
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    for those who looked at this thread earlier, no, you're not seeing things.

    My link wouldn't post so I changed the thread to the dominoes ... Van Gogh link.
     
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    Hahaha wow that's amazing.
     
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    I buy my beef locally. Grass fed cows. Tastes so much better than supermarket beef. Once you taste grass fed local beef, you can't go back.

    And it's cheaper.

    Whaaaaat! Tastes better, costs less? :eek:

    Yes.

    Get yourself a 7.0 cubic foot chest freezer (they are really cheap and more efficient than a stand-up), and buy a half or quarter cow from a local farmer.

    You won't regret it.

    Pigs and chickens, too. And eggs. Free range chicken eggs, holy sa-mokes they are good!
     
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    Yeah, sure. Van Gogh. But can you do a Monet?
     
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    I would prefer to shoot my food or fish it...
     
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    Not only did he waste his time, but mine as well.
     
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    It would not surprise me at all if you were a vegetarian.
     

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