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What we do to pumpkins...why have our customs evolved in this way? Abundance and humor? Pumpkin people and pumpkin creatures...
The Noble Pumpkin
 
Photos of the pumpkin out in the field and at the farmer's market...
Mcdonald's Hamburgers
 
Guess how old the hamburger on the left is? Would you believe 12 years! And this is not the oldest unspoiled hamburger on record. Len Foley has been collecting McDonald's hamburgers for over 19 years and they still look just about as good as new. If you would like to try this experiment yourself he instructs you should keep the hamburger somewhat dry, away from your dog for 6 or 7 days, and then after that, you can display them anywhere out in the open as no animal or insect will go near them. No smell after 24 hours. The bun just gets hard. No visible signs of rot, mold, age or break down...
 
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  GMO Cartoons




monsanto cartoon

John McPherson





gmo cartoon


Dave Coverly
www.speedbump.com





gmo cartoon


Robert Ariail
www.robertariail.com





gmo cartoon


www.allvoices.com






gmo cartoon


Bouncing Apples
S. Harris
www.sciencecartoonsplus.com





monsanto cartoon


Chris Kelly
Note the date!






monsanto cartoon


Patent Pending
Clay Bennett







gmo cartoon

www.ibiblio.org






monsanto cartoon


Monsanto I presume.
www.joemohr.com






gmo cartoon


Safe Pork
Glen Fairchild
www.flickr.com






monsanto cartoon


Collecting Pollen
www.joemohrtoons.com





gmo cartoon


vadlo.com






monsanto cartoon

www.vadlo.com








gmo salmon


Mike Adams/Dan Berger
www.naturalnews.com







gmo cartoon


GE Salmon
Mike Keefe
www.intoon.com







gmo cartoon


www.seppo.net





monsanto cartoon


Monsanto Sandwiches
Robert Thompson





gmo cartoon


www.funnytimes.com






monsanto cartoon


Genetically labeled foods non-existent.






gmo cartoons


Food Safety
www.episcoveg.weblogger.com






gmo cartoon


Joe Mohr
www.joemohrtoons.com






gmo cartoon


www.seppo.net






monsanto cartoon


Monsanto Men
www.krasser.nl






gmo cartoon


Industry Regulation
www.mg.co.za







monsanto cartoon


GMOs bite back
www.oldamericancentury.org






monsanto cartoon


Monsanto Michealangelo






monsanto cartoon


Monsanto Clause
www.coprwatch.org
www.snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com







gmo cartoon


Pilgrims
www.saynotogmos.org






monsanto cartoon


Worship the Copyrights





monsanto poster


Monsanto Poster






gmo cartoon


JoeMohrToons.com






gmo cartoon


Government Approved






monsanto poster


MonsantoLand





monsanto poster


Roundup Graffitti






gmo cartoon


Grass Roots Response
www.arcticcirclecartoons.com







old DDT poster


Old DDT Poster
Before we knew its long term affects!





DDT spraying

DDT being sprayed to kill mosquitoes
on a summer day at Jones Beach, NY 1953.





Whatever you call it: bioengineered, transgenically engineered, genetically manipulated, genetically engineered and genetically modified. We don't know its long term affects.





gmo cartoon


BioFrog
www.azrainman.com





gmo creatures


Cauliflower Sheep!
www.trulygraphics.com

 

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Food Blog Additional Posts
Showing 25 - 28 of 35 Articles
< Previous 123456789 Next >
Solar Cookers
 
The three types of solar cookers explained...
What we do to Pumpkins
 
What we do to pumpkins...why have our customs evolved in this way? Abundance and humor? Pumpkin people and pumpkin creatures...
The Noble Pumpkin
 
Photos of the pumpkin out in the field and at the farmer's market...
Mcdonald's Hamburgers
 
Guess how old the hamburger on the left is? Would you believe 12 years! And this is not the oldest unspoiled hamburger on record. Len Foley has been collecting McDonald's hamburgers for over 19 years and they still look just about as good as new. If you would like to try this experiment yourself he instructs you should keep the hamburger somewhat dry, away from your dog for 6 or 7 days, and then after that, you can display them anywhere out in the open as no animal or insect will go near them. No smell after 24 hours. The bun just gets hard. No visible signs of rot, mold, age or break down...
 
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