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    cloned sheep with "good fat" HOLY $#!*!

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    First Sheep Cloned With "Good Fat" Is Healthier For You

    didn't see this posted yet, if so, sorry...

    but thank you science for getting rid of animal fat in animals! *shakes fist at sky* well guess i need to look for a lot of land so i can raise all my plants and animals and start shooting anyone in a lab coat trying to get me to eat lab meat and corn

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    Yeah saw this. Barking up the wrong tree somewhat...

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    I want to cry.
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    Poor little mite is bound to die prematurely with chronic arthritis and disease-ridden
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernMonkeyGirl View Post
    Yeah saw this. Barking up the wrong tree somewhat...

    That must be one hell of a sheep.

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    Eew. Just. Eew.

    On the other hand, I hear worms are good for weightloss . . .
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    Basically the Chinese are trying to make eating lamb better for you, and why not? We've almost gotten used to the thought of eating genetically modified crops that are healthier for you, or that grow better – so why not make your meat better for your health too? If they can make lamb, beef or any other meat that's as healthy for you as vegetables it's a win-win situation – even if it's a worm-sheep chop you're munching on.
    I can't believe I actually read that...

    That's it, I'm calling it. Human beings are beyond saving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timthetaco View Post
    I can't believe I actually read that...

    That's it, I'm calling it. Human beings are beyond saving.

    Yeah, last one out please turn off the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Eew. Just. Eew.

    On the other hand, I hear worms are good for weightloss . . .
    or is it "ewe. just. ewe." i'm sorry, i couldn't help it.

    poor sheep

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    I find the premise a little woolly to say the least.
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