Will Feds’ War on Fresh Milk and Hair Dryers Lead to Bald White Women?

Protected Species?

A lot of us know the Feds prevent our buying sugar (and everything with sugar in it) cheap from Brazil so we can be forced to buy it at twice the price from U.S. agricultural giants like Archer Daniels Midland, who give so generously to politicans reelection campaigns. And it isn’t just sugar; it’s a lot of things. Federal War on Hair Dryers and Fresh Milk will bring you up to date on the latest.

Keeping U.S. prices high is one of the policies driving manufacturers offshore to compete where they can sell cheaper against competitors with lower costs, ie: much of the world, by now. Fresh, unprocessed (not pasteurized) whole milk is a hot Fed target eliciting SWAT team raids on farmers these days, though the scads of food-poisoning victims the Feds talk about protecting us from don’t seem to show in any statistics while annoyed dairy giants do. Hair dryers make a nice little consumer product we’d prefer not to overpay for too, right? Maybe a new style of shaved heads will set in for our ladies, making the matter moot.

We know a lot of northern European-ancestored folk are allergic to cows’ milk; these folk are always resenting holding the short end of the affirmative action stick…so now they’re the ones being protected from fresh milk, they can be content with not being ignored anymore. Unless they’re bald females…

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much)
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