Message from Jacob in Nice Respectable People Group #general
@Selma Whoa, big drop off there between PB and eggs. I wonder what foods exist in that zone. Pinto beans too, huh
how long does rice take you guys to cook?
@Nerv - VA Will the boomers awaken if the glow-in-the-darks and SoyTechnocrats shut down Breitbart? Or will Hannity lure them back into complacency
Google is saying 15-20 minutes, which seems like a massive underestimate
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN ya that's what I'm saying, too. That list isn't very eye-opening...as there's a massive drop off from 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-5. What foods exist in there? Not to mention the 10000% difference between soy and PB.
Clearly it's not a "top 10 list". It's just a list of examples.
@Gumbo - AZ Epic bars are just that (epic). They formed the majority of my rations on a 80 miler. My favorites are the boar and pork. ALthough beef and bison are good too. Venison, turkey and chicken are a bit dry, albeit higher in protein
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN I’m not on the boomer hatred train. I unironically think they’re hiding their power levels.
@Nerv - VA Sorry, I wasn't trying to be hateful. Just impatient
@Phillip Wiglesworth - FL that's the secret of how buzzfeed and the like generate those top 10 lists. There's no quality control, they aren't producing top 10 lists they are just producing lists
I like the venison, chicken & wild boar the most... but they are all good tbh. salmon is the driest
Tucker is the boomer whisperer, Tucker is our greatest ally
Oh and on the topic of grocery shopping and hormone disruptors, store receipts contain MASSIVE amounts of hormone disruptors . Avoid like the plague.
The top 10 list industry is a shady business with no regulation
@ThisIsChris They go for visual effect by merely putting it in the same list, near something disturbing.
Shock and awe
@Selma I have a funny mental image of you slapping the receipt out of the cashier's hands. Concern that appears as utter contempt, lol
Hahaha, wood ape, that's very funny. Just ask not to get a receipt or say 'no thank you' if they ask.
@Selma I try to avoid my ex-wife for the exact same reason...oddly enough!
"The receipt for a McDonald’s Happy Meal purchased in Clinton, Conn. on Apr. 21 had an estimated 13 milligrams of BPA. That equals the amount of BPA in 126 cans of Chef Boyardee Overstuffed Beef Ravioli in Hearty Tomato & Meat Sauce, one of the products with the highest concentrations of BPA in EWG’s 2007 tests of canned foods."
So if you touch it and then touch food, you consume it.
Is it possible that it was cross-contamination from the cooked soy patties, and the employees then touching the receipt?
Boomers just have fear. Simple, they seen a generation that developed courage
I mean...that doesn't sound like a very scientifically-controlled examination
If they just examined a receipt they got from the store...
That’s unbelievable. I typically decline receipts anyway — instincts.
I don't understand how people keep track of all these obscure nutrition facts. It seems like *every* food is toxic if you look hard enough.
I do, only if I'm trying to stay off the grid
>tfw I used to work as a cashier
welp guess I'm infertile now
I guess that explains the orientation of your typical Starbucks employee...