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The prion-transmitted disease of the central nervous system in sheep is called scrapie, and has been about since the 18th century. It does not appear to be transmissible to humans. Americans seem to be very good at separating churches from states, but not so good at separating cows from sheep.The Grauniad wrote:The "great chieftan o' the puddin-race" was one of earliest casualties of the BSE (that would be BOVINE spongiform encephalopathy) crisis of the 1980s-90s, banned on health grounds by the US authorities in 1989 because they feared its main ingredient ‑ minced SHEEP (that would be OVINE) offal ‑ could prove lethal.
Now that the guy who got the most votes gets to be the President (ie the USA is a functioning democracy, like Pakistan or Khazakstan, but not Iraq or Afghanistan), I feel free to return there. I just need to save up the fares is all.Twisty Puss wrote:Oh Goody! Now Roy can visit!
Over the past few months BrewDog have continued to produce stronger and stronger beers. By commenting on this irresponsible brewing practice we only serve to add to their marketing and therefore we have no further comment to make.
Thanks very much.daftbeaker wrote:I know it's not Scottish but this was the most obvious 'revolting food' thread I could find.
daftbeaker wrote:KFC have had a cunning idea of leaving out the burger bun.
Where do the extra 660 calories come from? The stupid? I knew that stupid was stupid, I didn't know it was also fattening. Do we need to put a warning label on the Daily Mail and election literature now?Auntie wrote:The fast food chain says it packs 540 calories but other testers claim a figure near 1,200 is more accurate.
Roy Hunter wrote:Thanks very much.daftbeaker wrote:I know it's not Scottish but this was the most obvious 'revolting food' thread I could find.
Burns wrote:Wee sleekit' co'oerin timourous thread,
Oh how we thocht that ye were dead...
Roy Hunter wrote:PKMKII's favourite brewers, Brewdog, have a new contender for strongest, most expensive and most offensively packaged beer: End of History.
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