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Subject:  Re: If Animals Weren't Meant To Be Eaten... Date:  6/7/2005  3:13 PM
Author:  ariechert Number:  238193 of 847109

I wasn't talking about pork loins from Sam's Club, but fried pork-like stuff sold on the street corner as a fried pork sandwich...similar to the dog-like substance found in hot dogs. - Resnullius

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