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Paul I think I found that person you are always mimicking when you do the hick farmer voice.
 
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GMO foods, now with Agent Orange! See your local grocery store for details.
 
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Eh, I am biased too. Biased against myself being a damn lab rat. I don't even like rats being lab rats! I had a pet rat once, he was awesome, never peed on me, only on other people lol. I honestly don't really care what any study proves, I do not want genetic experiments in my food. When I first seen the stories about super weeds and super bugs I cheered for those super weeds and bugs and yelled "way to go mother nature, kick monsanto's ass!" ..she will too yanno, mother nature is a force to be reckoned with.
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