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Saturday, February 02, 2008

That damned cheeseburger

What's Mallard raving about today?

Cows, cloning, cheeseburgers.

Not creepy at all. Next question?

9 comments:

factinista said...

McDonald's burgers are processed to the point where they all look the same anyway. And the only people who would actually think about the animals they're currently eating usually wind up as vegetarians. Just sayin'.

"Not shown actual size"? And all this time I thought cows were the same size as mice.

ianmorris said...

cloned meat wouldn't kill you any faster

exanonymous said...

Wait, there's actual cow in a McDonald's hamburger?

And people eat them more than one day in a row?

Now that's creepy.

BillyWitchDoctor said...

cloned meat wouldn't kill you any faster

As someone who's dumped thirty pounds and reduced his blood pressure and cholesterol through Atkins (after almost killing himself--literally--in decades-long pursuit the pre-Atkins "food pyramid"), allow me to say, "HA!"

I don't care if vegans want to call meat murder (no one does), but proselytizing that meat is suicide is the worst sort of nonsense.

Because McDonald's "burgers" all look the same anyway, I think Tinny's using subtle sarcasm. Is that even possible? Is he using writers now?

Anonymous said...

I think Tinny thought he was using unsubtle irony.

Still not particularly funny, just not as awful as usual.

devin said...

OK, I'll admit it: this one wasn't so bad. It actually has an attempt at humor that doesn't bash you over the head, and he's making use of irony! A vast improvement over all the Hillary ones.

ianmorris said...

in case i was misunderstood i meant that eating fast food burgers made from cloned meat would not kill you any faster then the stuff they serve now at McDonald's. i like a good steak

BillyWitchDoctor said...

ianmorris: My bad, then. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

This would almost be funny if it wasn't forgetting the main reason why cloning food should still be in the experimental stage. It has a lot to do with genetic diversity and the risk of a large number of diseases coming to us through our consumption of meat, especially due to the extreme overuse of antibiotics. That being said this one was actually a bit clever, methinks Tinsely has a few people who write for him when he's hung over.