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October 28, 2013

WHEN SAUSAGE GOES BAD

Shortly after 6 a.m. an employee was alerted by a customer that a hypodermic syringe had been found stabbed into a Jimmy Dean sausage tube.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

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As an representative blog-man, I can say, without reservation, that we are delighted that no syringe was found stabbed into our sausage tubes.

The wurst is yet to come.

W.B. Yeats sausage works, Inc. Our wurst are filled with a passionate intensity.

Lethal injection?

Oh, where to begin?
This would be a red flag for product tampering. In order to determine whether or not tampering occurred and to prosecute the person responsible, well, never mind. They did it all wrong and destroyed potential evidence. Chain of custody? What's that?
"Tampering" in this case would mean the introduction of a harmful substance to the food as opposed to simple vandalism of the product wrapping.
Oops, forgot I was retired.
Sorry.

walked into a Poulsbo Walmart, stabbed meat tubes, fell asleep, and then walked out of the store Friday morning.

He walked out of the store in his sleep?

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