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    ImStillMags Guest

    Default The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    Saw this article today in the NY Times.

    Kinda sad, really.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/04/us/04cannery.html

  2. #2
    Food Snob Guest

    Default Re: The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    On Apr 5, 2:25*pm, ImStillMags <sitara8...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Saw this article today in the NY Times.
    >
    > Kinda sad, really.
    >
    > http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/04/us/04cannery.html


    One more reason to hate the WTO.

    --Bryan

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    KevinS Guest

    Default Re: The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    On Apr 5, 12:25�pm, ImStillMags wrote:

    > Saw this article today in the NY Times.


    > Kinda sad, really.


    Some folks disdain canned foods. I'm probably in the same
    camp, although I have a supply of canned tuna and canned
    fruit as my earthquake (northern California) fallback. I use
    and like canned tomatoes and broth (low sodium).

    I'm reminded of an episode of Wanted Dead or Alive
    (Steve McQueen from the late 50's/early 60's). The
    McQueen character goes into a general store and
    sees canned peaches for the first time. As I remember
    it, McQueen and the clerk marvel at this novel, modern
    product.

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    lil abner Guest

    Default Re: The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    KevinS wrote:
    > On Apr 5, 12:25ᅵpm, ImStillMags wrote:
    >
    >> Saw this article today in the NY Times.

    >
    >> Kinda sad, really.

    >
    > Some folks disdain canned foods. I'm probably in the same
    > camp, although I have a supply of canned tuna and canned
    > fruit as my earthquake (northern California) fallback. I use
    > and like canned tomatoes and broth (low sodium).
    >
    > I'm reminded of an episode of Wanted Dead or Alive
    > (Steve McQueen from the late 50's/early 60's). The
    > McQueen character goes into a general store and
    > sees canned peaches for the first time. As I remember
    > it, McQueen and the clerk marvel at this novel, modern
    > product.

    If Globalism continues the only thing on market shelves will be "peaches."

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    Bent Attorney Esq. Guest

    Default Re: The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    On Apr 5, 10:36*pm, lil abner <@daisey.mae> wrote:
    > KevinS wrote:
    > > On Apr 5, 12:25ᅵpm, ImStillMags wrote:

    >
    > >> Saw this article today in the NY Times.

    >
    > >> Kinda sad, really.

    >
    > > Some folks disdain canned foods. I'm probably in the same
    > > camp, although I have a supply of canned tuna and canned
    > > fruit as my earthquake (northern California) fallback. I use
    > > and like canned tomatoes and broth (low sodium).

    >
    > > I'm reminded of an episode of Wanted Dead or Alive
    > > (Steve McQueen from the late 50's/early 60's). The
    > > McQueen character goes into a general store and
    > > sees canned peaches for the first time. As I remember
    > > it, McQueen and the clerk marvel at this novel, modern
    > > product.

    >
    > If Globalism continues the only thing on market shelves will be "peaches."- Hide quoted text -
    >


    Globalism will continue. The ones that govern the governors will see
    to that.

    > - Show quoted text -



  6. #6
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: The last sardine cannery in the US is closing.

    On Mon, 05 Apr 2010 22:36:09 -0400, lil abner wrote:

    > KevinS wrote:
    >> On Apr 5, 12:25�pm, ImStillMags wrote:
    >>
    >>> Saw this article today in the NY Times.

    >>
    >>> Kinda sad, really.

    >>
    >> Some folks disdain canned foods. I'm probably in the same
    >> camp, although I have a supply of canned tuna and canned
    >> fruit as my earthquake (northern California) fallback. I use
    >> and like canned tomatoes and broth (low sodium).
    >>
    >> I'm reminded of an episode of Wanted Dead or Alive
    >> (Steve McQueen from the late 50's/early 60's). The
    >> McQueen character goes into a general store and
    >> sees canned peaches for the first time. As I remember
    >> it, McQueen and the clerk marvel at this novel, modern
    >> product.

    > If Globalism continues the only thing on market shelves will be "peaches."


    huh?

    your pal,
    blake

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