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France Bans Genetically Modified Corn


France has temporarily banned the planting of Monsanto’s genetically modified corn, ominously called MON810. “Due to the proximity of the planting season,” said Agriculture Minister Bruno Le Maire in a press release last week, the country has “decided to take a precautionary measure to temporarily prohibit the cultivation of maize MON810 on the national territory […]

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Where To Get a Heritage Turkey


Organic turkey is a far, far better choice this Thanksgiving, especially compared to the antibiotic-laden turkeys available at your local big box chain grocery store. In fact, those pale, plastic wrapped meatsicles can hardly be called birds. For the true sustainable Thanksgiving dinner, you must find yourself a heritage turkey. Heritage Turkeys are the true […]

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Taco Bell Meat Doesn’t Have Much Meat


Perhaps the above photo illustrates what they’re filling their “meat” with? Taco Bell is under fire lately since it was revealed that their beef is only 35% meat. Now a class action lawsuit has been filed in a California claiming that Taco Bell’s seasoned beef is comprised of mostly “non meat substances” including soybean oil […]

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Tucson Eatery to Serve Lion Meat


If you find yourself hungry in Tucson, you might not want to stop by an eatery called Boca Tacos y Tequila, unless you feel like lion. Yes, lion. Starting Feb. 16, Boca will be offering their latest delicacy: African lion tacos. Owner Bryan Mazon started “exotic taco night” which includes alligator, elk, kangaroo, python, rattlesnake, and […]

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Birds and Fish Dying a Coincidence Experts Say


If the massive bird and fish deaths have been freaking you out – here’s a bit of comforting news – experts are saying that although what has been happening lately is definitely obscure, it’s certainly not the sign of the apocalypse. Approximately 500 dead birds were discovered in Louisiana this week and on New Year’s […]

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Montel Williams Busted for Marijuana Pipe


Former talk show phenomenon Montel Williams is in trouble with the law after he went through airport security with a metal smoking pipe cops say is used to smoke marijuana. Milwaukee TSA busted Williams when he tried to make it through security with the pipe in his carry on, which set of metal detectors. Though […]

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Did Fireworks Cause Birds to Fall From the Sky?


Something eerily apocalyptic went down in Arkansas just before the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve. Five thousand birds fell from the sky. Yes, cue Twilight Zone music. The next morning in Beebe, Arkansas, people found the corpses of birds all over the roadways and in front yards. Some speculate that the fireworks scared […]

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Heather Mills’ Vegan Restaurant in Trouble?


Paul McCartney’s trouble ex Heather Mills might be having more, well, trouble. File this one under shocking, but Mills’ vegan restaurant might be going under. Out of the Beatle money, Mills purchased vegan eatery VBites shut down for the winter season, but rumors are swirling that the restaurant is in trouble and may not reopen. […]

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Giant Goldfish Caught in France


A giant koi was apparently caught at a lake in France but now some are calling the story a fake, though marine experts say that a fish that size and color is very possible. The 30-pound koi carp is the largest of its kind ever caught in the wild after it was fished out of […]

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World’s Smallest Frog Discovered


Do not adjust your computer monitors. Yes, this is a frog. On the end of a pencil. Yes, he is smaller than the average frog and yes, he is a damn cute amphibian! The world’s smallest amphibian has reecently been discovered and has been dubbed by scientists: the Microhyla nepenthicola. Adult frogs of this species range […]

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