Abusing chickens using existing infrastructure is by far the cheapest option. If it wasn't, the massive ag industry would have already scienced up the cheaper meat analog.
That rationale is why we only get energy from horses... I mean steam... I meant oil...
It's also why we still can't fly heavier-than-air craft. Well, not more than a few hundred feet... certainly not distances over 100 miles...
OK, well definitely not across oceans...
Fine, but flying them for days on end is utterly impossible
This comment was a lot cleaner and cleverer with the <s[trike]> tag, no longer available on
Gabriel Silverstein of New York flies using flight plans as standard procedure, said the Iowa state troopers who detained him in Iowa City this spring were more blatant [than those in another case]. “It was, ‘We are inspecting your plane,’ not, ‘May we search your plane?’ ” Mr. Silverstein said.
In the two-hour encounter one of the lawmen advised him to confess to possessing “a little personal-use dope and it’ll be all over and easy.” Mr. Silverstein said he was hardly about to make such a confession, considering that he refrains from drinking coffee, much less anything illegal.
The Iowa City stop was the second for him in four days. Mr. Silverstein also had been visited by two Customs agents in Hobart, Okla., during a fuel stop on the outbound leg of a business trip from New Jersey to California and back with his husband. They checked his paperwork and quickly inspected his baggage while he fueled the plane, he said.
That's a pretty damned clear set-up for a slam-dunk civil forfeiture case with a bonus uncontested drug possession charge.
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