Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Last Saturday I met a fellow I've not seen in months. He works for an
engineering company and the present project is at a hog slaughterhouse.
They do in 18,000 hogs a day, six days a week.. They have 2000 workers on
two nine hour shifts and 900 people come in every night and clean and
sanitize for six hours.

Processing a hog used to take 180 gallons of water. His job is to reduce
that and it is down to 143 gallons per hog. Gas is used to burn the hair
off of the skin in an automated line.

Getting to the subject though, the blood (after the plasma is removed) from
all of these hogs is shipped to cosmetic companies and it becomes an
ingredient in lipstick. So, think about what you are kissing some nights.



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On Dec 7, 7:43*pm, "Ed Pawlowski" wrote:
Last Saturday I met a fellow I've not seen in months. He works for an
engineering company and the present project is at a hog slaughterhouse.
They do in 18,000 hogs a day, six days a week.. *They have 2000 workers on
two nine hour shifts and 900 people come in every night and clean and
sanitize for six hours.

Processing a hog used to take 180 gallons of water. *His job is to reduce
that and it is down to 143 gallons per hog. *Gas is used to burn the hair
off of the skin in an automated line.

Getting to the subject though, the blood (after the plasma is removed) from
all of these hogs is shipped to cosmetic companies and it becomes an
ingredient in lipstick. *So, think about what you are kissing some nights.


Thank's Ed, that's a good one! I don't even want to check Snopes, lol.
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On Dec 7, 6:43*pm, "Ed Pawlowski" wrote:

So that's why her kisses tasted so sweet?

Damn, shoulda known there was bacon in there somewhere...........

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human fingernails are also used in some cosmetics, Lee

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Last Saturday I met a fellow I've not seen in months. He works for an
engineering company and the present project is at a hog slaughterhouse.
They do in 18,000 hogs a day, six days a week.. They have 2000 workers on
two nine hour shifts and 900 people come in every night and clean and
sanitize for six hours.

Processing a hog used to take 180 gallons of water. His job is to reduce
that and it is down to 143 gallons per hog. Gas is used to burn the hair
off of the skin in an automated line.

Getting to the subject though, the blood (after the plasma is removed)
from all of these hogs is shipped to cosmetic companies and it becomes an
ingredient in lipstick. So, think about what you are kissing some nights.





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