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Then throw it the fuck out:

 

Link: ( http://www.notmilk.com/lawbreakers.html )

 

Your state may be in violation of a federal

ordinance by allowing too many pus cells in

milk sold at your supermarkets. One cup of

wholesome milk cannot contain more than 50

million pus cells. That's 200 million pus

cells per quart (liter). At the end of this

column you will find a chart comparing the

average number of pus cells in milk sold in

your state to other American states.

 

(The following list contains the number of pus cells

expressed per milliliter of milk... about the size of a

thimbleful. To obtain the number of pus cells per LITER of

milk [about one quart] please add three zeros to the

following numbers)

 

AL - 444,000

AZ - 360,000

AR - 486,000

CA - 298,000

CO - 312,000

CT - 310,000

DE - 386,000

FL - 548,000

GA - 407,000

ID - 320,000

IL - 322,000

IN - 343,000

IA - 333,000

KS - 476,000

KY - 413,000

LA - 479,000

ME - 290,000

MD - 351,000

MA - 308,000

MI - 287,000

MN - 420,000

MS - 442,000

MO - 437,000

MT - 248,000

NE - 443,000

NV - 330,000

NH - 299,000

NJ - 339,000

NM - 311,000

NY - 280,000

NC - 364,000

ND - 344,000

OH - 327,000

OK - 483,000

OR - 286,000

PA - 317,000

RI - 206,000

SC - 404,000

SD - 459,000

TN - 413,000

TX - 342,000

UT - 284,000

VT - 302,000

VA - 333,000

WA - 275,000

WV - 422,000

WI - 297,000

WY - 341,000

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Pus in milk? A dairy cow filters ten-thousand

quarts of blood through her udder each day and

uses dead white blood cells (somatic cells) to

manufacture her milk. These dead cells are pus

cells. Dairy scientists are aware that when

one quart of milk is tainted with 400 million

or more pus cells, some 35% of the milking

cows in the herd are infected with mastitis.

Udders bleed, discharges, including bacteria

and blood drip into the milk.

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Unsafe Levels of Dioxin have been found in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream.

 

Ben & Jerry’s promotional literature reveals that Dioxin's cause "cancer, genetic and reproductive defects and learning disabilities."

 

"The level of dioxin tested in Ben & Jerry's was almost 200 times greater than the "virtually safe [daily] dose"

 

so Turbo... I'm guessing your parents are probably from Vermont and loved Ben & Jerry's.

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Originally posted by Glik0

Unsafe Levels of Dioxin have been found in Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream.

 

Ben & Jerry’s promotional literature reveals that Dioxin's cause "cancer, genetic and reproductive defects and learning disabilities."

 

"The level of dioxin tested in Ben & Jerry's was almost 200 times greater than the "virtually safe [daily] dose"

 

so Turbo... I'm guessing your parents are probably from Vermont and loved Ben & Jerry's.

 

WORST GUESS, EVER.

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WELL I THINK THEY ARE INTERESTING. TEASE WHAT GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO MAKE ALL OF YOUR THREADS ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT GIRLS, TATTOOOS AND WHATNOT AND THEN TURN AROUND AND NAG GLIKO ABOUT MAKING THIS THREAD. I FOR ONE FOUND IT INTERESTING AND INFORMATIVE. I DIDNT EVEN KNOW THAT THERE WAS PUS IN MILK

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