Baby Seal, Bald Eagle or Komodo Dragon anyone?? :)




 
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Boots
 
January 8th, 2005  
Redleg
 
 

Topic: Baby Seal, Bald Eagle or Komodo Dragon anyone?? :)


I ran accross this rather interesting site today:
http://www.petsorfood.com

Great site if you don't know what you want for dinner today..

How about some fresh baby seal meat??
http://run.petsorfood.com/Merchant2/...ategory_Code=E
Only $68.99 for 40 pounds..

Or maybe some of you US patriots in here prefers some Bald Eagle instead?
http://run.petsorfood.com/Merchant2/...ategory_Code=B
It's a steal for $4,299.95 for 30 pounds of freshly caught eagle..

And the more exotic of you may prefer to try the Komodo Dragon?
http://run.petsorfood.com/Merchant2/...tegory_Code=RS
Only $100,099.99 for 75 pounds of dragon...

Enjoy your dinner!

(it's all a hoax by the way...)
January 8th, 2005  
Locke
 
 
im not sure i want to know this,but how did you come across that site!!??
January 8th, 2005  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
actually, I prefer the basket o Cats. They are on sale!!!

this is a interesting, sad and somewhat sick site

Quote:
Customer Testimy

Prison System
"State law requires us to serve inmates 4 ounces of meat with lunch and dinner, but our budgets keep getting cut by the state legislature. By buying our meat in bulk from Pets or Food, we're saving money, coming in under budget and we can still afford jerseys for the guards' bowling league."

Warden Jay Miller
Texas State Correctional Department
I wil show that to my friends from Texas

Don't forget the recipes, incase you forgot how to cook your favorite dog cat, or parrot dish

http://www.petsorfood.com/recipes.shtml
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Boots
January 8th, 2005  
rotc boy
 
 
It's a steal for $4,299.95 for 30 pounds of freshly caught eagle..


whiskey tango foxtrot

anyone buys that from America, must be like ben franklin and want the turkey as our emblem
January 8th, 2005  
Duty Honor Country
 
 
I am not too sure how much Mr. Franklin cared about turkeys. He fried more than a few of them with his experiments with electricity. He would charge the air in a big jar with static electricity and then zap a turkey. After zaping himself, which knocked him to the ground for a few minutes, he was much more cafeful with the experiment.

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January 8th, 2005  
Charge 7
 
 
Um, obviously this site is some kind of a joke. Perhaps a vegetarian's idea of making us think about what we omnivores eat. A tad over the top I'd say.
January 8th, 2005  
RnderSafe
 
 
It is possible to buy items like that on the "black market." The last I heard, and this was several years ago, a Komodo Dragon dinner (nothing close to 60lbs) was around 60,000 USD.
January 8th, 2005  
Redleg
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Charge_7
Um, obviously this site is some kind of a joke.
Read the fine print at the bottom of my first post...


It's a hoax, but someone has obviously put a great deal of work in to making it..

It's too bad, since I REALLY would like to try barbecued Dodo Bird one day..
http://run.petsorfood.com/Merchant2/...ategory_Code=E

There's a lot of different hoax sites listed here:
http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoaxsites.html
http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoaxsites2.html
Some of them are quite fun to read as well...

Enjoy..
January 8th, 2005  
Missileer
 
 
I never tasted Bald Eagle before but I've never been in prison either. It probably tastes like chicken anyhow and you won't have to share a cell with a large fellow who just can't take his eyes off you.
January 8th, 2005  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
wow that is actually a good dinner Idea! lol