Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby Spider » Thu May 04, 2017 6:05 pm

Broad brushes over such a huge industry on a national basis are stupid. The US produces cheese to the order millions of tons. You can go to any supermarket in America and choose from literally hundreds of varieties of domestically produced cheese...everything from the snobby artisan stuff in the frilly packaging that brags about being "cave aged" to the giant bulk bags of shredded whatever dusted in cellulose. Could be the fast food people in Canada like exploited are only getting exposed to whatever comes below even that...the bulk restaurant supply shredded crap meant to be melted on shitty pizzas or into cafeteria slop.

Of course...this isn't true for most. I'm in Canada quite routinely and the stores stock what to me are local brands, in addition to their own domestic stuff, which is basically the same spectrum of expensive quality to cheap shit.

On the other hand...Budweiser exists, so American beer must suck, right? Transitive property?
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby John Galt » Thu May 04, 2017 8:56 pm

i agree. but since canada's dairy industry is protected by the government it is hard for american -- or any non-canadian -- dairy to compete within the country. NAFTA should be rewritten, but in the opposite way that Trump supposes. we should make sure that protections from all parties are taken away, so american cheese (whiz) can invade northward
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby exploited » Fri May 05, 2017 7:49 am

lol, the American government gives dairy farmers like $20 billion a year. That is larger than our entire industry. Like f**k we are letting that subsidized garbage in.
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby Saz » Fri May 05, 2017 8:04 am

exploited wrote:lol, the American government gives dairy farmers like $20 billion a year. That is larger than our entire industry. Like f**k we are letting that subsidized garbage in.


Wait until the new free trade agreement with the EU is ratified. I hear the french have a special type of cow, le subsidé, whos milk makes only the finest of stinky cheeses. Very expensive.
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby NAB » Fri May 05, 2017 8:23 am

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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby exploited » Fri May 05, 2017 8:40 am

Spider wrote:Broad brushes over such a huge industry on a national basis are stupid. The US produces cheese to the order millions of tons. You can go to any supermarket in America and choose from literally hundreds of varieties of domestically produced cheese...everything from the snobby artisan stuff in the frilly packaging that brags about being "cave aged" to the giant bulk bags of shredded whatever dusted in cellulose. Could be the fast food people in Canada like exploited are only getting exposed to whatever comes below even that...the bulk restaurant supply shredded crap meant to be melted on shitty pizzas or into cafeteria slop.

Of course...this isn't true for most. I'm in Canada quite routinely and the stores stock what to me are local brands, in addition to their own domestic stuff, which is basically the same spectrum of expensive quality to cheap shit.

On the other hand...Budweiser exists, so American beer must suck, right? Transitive property?


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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby John Galt » Fri May 05, 2017 11:46 am

did you know the term "canuck" is a portmanteau of canadian and cuck? the most interesting thing about this particular portmanteau is the redundancy
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby exploited » Fri May 05, 2017 11:48 am

It is a little bit disconcerting how obsessed Americans are with cuckoldry.
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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby The Comrade » Fri May 05, 2017 12:19 pm

hard not to be with such a big one on our northern border

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Re: Atún Mexicano...Bois d'oeuvre Canadien

Postby exploited » Fri May 05, 2017 12:33 pm

Comrade will never be a cuck, primarily because it requires dating a non-inflatable woman.
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