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Old 27-07-2007, 10:03 PM posted to misc.rural,alt.food.vegan
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Default Ethanol is not an "unethical" use of corn (but it is uneconomic)

On Jul 23, 12:06 pm, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Kickin' Goober's Faggot Ass wrote:





On Jul 23, 10:44 am, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Larry Caldwell wrote:
In article ,
(Barry Bean) says...
nada wrote :
64% of our food supply comes from Mexico.
cite?
Heh. Makes you wonder where Mexico's food supply comes from.
I do think most of our fresh produce comes from Mexico.
More fresh produce is imported from Mexico than from
any other country. However, most fresh produce
consumed in the U.S. is produced domestically. The
U.S. is a net exporter of fresh produce: our exports
of fresh vegetables and fruit dwarf our imports.


Rudy, why would the US export produce then turn around and import
produce?


You just *looooooove* parading your ignorance like some
kind of banner, don't you, ronnnnnnnnie? It just
wouldn't occur to your little shriveled 59 IQ brain
that it isn't the same commodities going both ways,
would it, stupid ronnnnnnnie? We import some fresh
produce items - tomatoes, green beans, mangoes, etc. -
from Mexico, and we export *DIFFERENT* fresh produce
items - berries, citrus, leafy greens, etc. - to Mexico.




Goo you ****in' retarded donkey-dick, the US exports tomatos and
imports tomatos.

EXPLAIN that.





You never cease to amaze and amuse us with some new bit
of stupidity, ronnnnnnie. Admit it, ronnnnnnnie: you
don't know a ****ing thing about international trade.

Can you say "to keep prices high"?


Can you say, "I, faggot ronnnnnnnie hamilton, do not
know my doughy ass from my pimply face"?

I just can't believe how stupid you are, ronnnnnnie.
Even more, I can't believe how *PROUD* you are of your
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Default Ethanol is not an "unethical" use of corn (but it is uneconomic)

On Jul 27, 5:03 pm, Guppy the Corpse Pumper bunghole-
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On Jul 23, 12:06 pm, Rudy Canoza wrote:





Kickin' Goober's Faggot Ass wrote:


On Jul 23, 10:44 am, Rudy Canoza wrote:
Larry Caldwell wrote:
In article ,
(Barry Bean) says...
nada wrote :
64% of our food supply comes from Mexico.
cite?
Heh. Makes you wonder where Mexico's food supply comes from.
I do think most of our fresh produce comes from Mexico.
More fresh produce is imported from Mexico than from
any other country. However, most fresh produce
consumed in the U.S. is produced domestically. The
U.S. is a net exporter of fresh produce: our exports
of fresh vegetables and fruit dwarf our imports.


Rudy, why would the US export produce then turn around and import
produce?


You just *looooooove* parading your ignorance like some
kind of banner, don't you, ronnnnnnnnie? It just
wouldn't occur to your little shriveled 59 IQ brain
that it isn't the same commodities going both ways,
would it, stupid ronnnnnnnie? We import some fresh
produce items - tomatoes, green beans, mangoes, etc. -
from Mexico, and we export *DIFFERENT* fresh produce
items - berries, citrus, leafy greens, etc. - to Mexico.


Goo you ****in' retarded donkey-dick, the US exports tomatos and
imports tomatos.

EXPLAIN that.





You never cease to amaze and amuse us with some new bit
of stupidity, ronnnnnnie. Admit it, ronnnnnnnie: you
don't know a ****ing thing about international trade.


Can you say "to keep prices high"?


Can you say, "I, faggot ronnnnnnnie hamilton, do not
know my doughy ass from my pimply face"?


I just can't believe how stupid you are, ronnnnnnie.
Even more, I can't believe how *PROUD* you are of your
stupidity.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

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explain what? that nothing is economical? come on get real.

like all this 'green' bullshit... it's not going to work just like
recycling... it's past growing pains now it just doesn't work.

i say turn this joint into one big glass parking lot that'll fix
everyone's problems.... cuz we ain't brining on the ice age fast
enough.

dust in the wind baby...




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