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January 13, 2022


Minnesota border agents seize disease-prone bushmeat from African nation

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Just spray it with windex, it'll be fine.

If they used that bushmeat to make Texas or New Mexico chili con carne, I fail to see the problem. So far, no one has summoned the courage to find out what meat they put in the skillet except that it was slow moving.

It's so cold and lonely in MN that the border agents are working for a Nigerian prince? Now the only way to prepare surf and turf will be with lutefisk & moose meat.

Nobody touches my bushmeat except for my Urologist.

I like French dressing on my bushmeat.

Burt Macklin, FBI--I have to assume, working for the FBI, you are referring to deregulated French dressing.

Key Quote: "We try to educate them that ‘hey, this is not something that we allow into the U.S. It’s very dangerous. It could have disease with it. We’re going to have to seize that from you. Do you understand what we’re trying to inform you about?' "

Traveler: Derp.

Meanwhile, lutefisk roams the land unchecked.

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