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January 10, 2022


Hamilton neighbourhood covered after plant malfunction sends 'beans raining down'

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Soy what.

Sound like the neighborhood is speaking out and won't be soylent any longer.

I like the electronic sign saying "WELCOME TO BUNGE" that greets employees as they trudge into work each day.
I know that would excite me if I worked there.

I blame Moses.

A doctor friend of my dad's owned a large soybean farm in Missouri. All of his hundreds of acres of soybean production was contracted by and shipped to Sherwin-Williams Paint Company. And some people actually eat the things? Sometimes a little too much information can be a bad thing.

Is Bunge where they invented bungie jumping? Just wondering.

I'd rather have beans raining down than rain beaning down. I mean, just imagine.

@LeDed - snork

@Le Pet - I had to look that one up. Here's what I found, "Oil-based paints and coatings have utilized soybean oil as the binder along with a carrier solvent in both architectural and industrial applications. The hydrophobic nature of soy increases the water resistance of a coating."
Huh. Who knew?

I was surprised the tag line was not something along the lines of "Canada: Land of the Apocalypse" or something similarly cheery.

𝅘𝅥𝅮 Soy beans keep fallin' on my head 𝅘𝅥𝅮

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