Junior Ganymede
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April 25th, 2012 by G.

Say what you like about the federal government, but at least they’re keeping us safe from the horrors of family farms and kids doing chores. Phewww. Now if they would only outlaw lightbulbs, fruit stands, and wooden toys, we’d be next door to utopia.

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April 25th, 2012 13:48:57
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Vader
April 25, 2012

It’s heartening to learn we’re already two-thirds of the way to utopia.

It’s only a matter of time for the fruit stands.


Adam G.
April 25, 2012

But its disheartening that sensible regulation preventing ad hoc and uninspected roadside distribution of foods has been hijacked by various libertarian anarchist cavils against the proposed Food Safety Administration.


annegb
April 26, 2012

Why aren’t you guys on Mormon Archipelago?


John Mansfield
April 26, 2012

Ask Mormon Archipelago.


Adam G.
April 26, 2012

Is that still around?

Anyway, if I recall that’s the aggregator where you advertise them on your site and in return they put you way down off the bottom of the page in the Floating Crud That’s Accumulated Near the Sargasso Sea section, or am I wrong?


Vader
April 26, 2012

“Floating Crud That’s Accumulated Near the Sargasso Sea ”

Now you have me worried that that’s her point.

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