Here's something interesting I found that's going to make vanilla from cow dung seem appetizing:
Here's the first paragraph of an article published in today's USA Today:
In the past three years, the government has provided the nation's schools with millions of pounds of beef and chicken that wouldn't meet the quality or safety standards of many fast-food restaurants.
What does that mean? Here are a couple of the article's many revelations:
1. US schools are often supplied with meat from chickens so old that they would otherwise only be suitable for compost or pet food.
2. Schools can serve ground beef that contains high levels of bacteria that often indicate the presence of fecal contamination. (Yes, that is what you think it is. And it's not a good thing. At all.)
Gross huh? That's right barf your guts out if you go to public schools. If you go to private be lucky that you dont have to deal with that. The only two things that's happen to MY lunchs was two green fries and some over frozen milk. I am SOOOOO glad I go to priavte school for once.
P.S. I won't be going to the pvp thing. I'm having relatives over and I suck at pvp.