Big Brother 15. One of the houseguests who has been super racist and homophobic this season just got evicted. The reception she received after being evicted was pretty bad. People laughing at her, booing her. Oh well, she said some total ignorant bs.
First she said she didn't remember saying the things Julie Chen asked her about. Then Julie called shenanigans. Then she just blamed the state of Texas for all of it. LOL
No booboo, that was all you.
"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."
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I see where the nightmares came from, Perri. The practices in large food are horrible. I hate hatcheries, and will only eat free range. I could never go vegan. I'm well aware of that. First of all, I am a firm believer that you need some meats, fish and dairy but you need no where near the amount that we consume. My co workers and I were talking about small farms/homes here back in the day. Most people had a smoke house (which is funny because hardly anyone smoked anything but...) and they would cure a hog in it from time to time. It wasn't an everyday thing. No one killed cows. There was no refrigerated storage for it. Beef was a rare treat. You had a milk cow that was not A.I, you made your own products from that, you had chickens because eggs or the bird were quick prep and could be eaten in one sitting, and you absolutely ate seasonally from a garden. People would hunt but you had to have large crowds/share/special prep for some of that, again due to storage. You lived from the can house. *Speaking of... My grandparents had a cold water source that ran into theirs. Mom said they churned once a week and the cool water flowed over the butter and milk in the can house to keep it from spoiling. Others put it in a stream or creek and some did without* You didn't have burger, steak, chicken, bacon, hot dog, pork chop, etc all in a week. People have gone way overboard on it, myself included.
Programing the Nation? It's a documentary on subliminal messages. It's making me laugh. I had completely forgotten about John saying "Cranberry Sauce" on Strawberry Fields and numerous claims that he said, "I buried Paul". Haha. I remember the pastor who made several claims about satanic messages in rock albums in the 80's. I ruined a few of my brothers records trying to find those. Never did. The experiment (high school students not familiar with LZ or the controversy (which is pathetic) conducted with Stairway to Heaven in this documentary is pretty cool. Of course people will hear the satanic message, when it's shown in front of them as they listen. Just as they will here something different, if it is shown, or nothing at all if no explanation is provided.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??