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Last updated on August 3rd, 2017 at 12:38 pm
The mighty plastic turkey once roamed the New York Times, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Guardian, and numerous other lush, verdant stupidfields the world over. Now this once-abundant imaginary bird is reduced to pecking around the scabby, seedless dumblands of DailyKos. Sad.
In other endangered species news, the Boston Herald reports:
Gore was in hot water over a Chilean sea bass scandal in which he was falsely accused of dining on the endangered species at his daughter’s wedding rehearsal dinner.
Wrong. Al Gore did dine on the endangered species; this isn’t in dispute. It’s just that Al’s meal came from “one of the world’s few well-managed, sustainable populations” of that endangered species, raised exclusively for rich folk to kill and eat.
This certificate is about sustainable fishing practices, not farming. I suspect that the certificate that SW referred to was such a certification.
Farming would be a good solution, but we don’t have the technology.
All this leaves aside the fact that if it was Bushallibutler that had eaten Chilean Sea Bass, the press vultures would be all over him. The AlGore, on the other hand gets a free pass.