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March 17, 2023


Insect Farming Is Booming. But Is It Cruel?

(Thanks to Barry Nester)


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Only to the people who work there.

Is there a story about a guy who started a fly farm and a dairy broke out?

https://dnyuz.com/2023/03/17/residents-right-to-be-rude-upheld-by-massachusetts-supreme-court/ ...On the plus side, it appears the Seinfeld gang will soon be released from prison.

“We’re at the starting point of a conversation about insect welfare...”

Heston: "I'll give you my fly swatter when you pry it from my cold, dead hands. "

Who is asking, please?

- Gregor Samsa

Don't you need teeny tiny branding irons?
And teeny tiny milking buckets and stools?

Be kind to your six-footed friends...

Depends on the insect. Fire ants - keep a fire extinguisher handy. Killer bees - watch your back. But never, ever raise stink bugs.

I'll bet round up time is a real hoot.

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