By rivercitybarf - 08/08/2009 08:48 - United States
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Today, I realized that banana peels really are slippery. I mean, I didn't see any bananas today, but I did research, and according to the friction coefficient, and conservation of momentum, I learned that they really are slippery, and would cause you to fall if you did actually walk on one. FML
Eating organic can be worse for you, they often spray with "naturaly occuring" chemicals, the oil in poison ivy is "naturaly occuring" doesn't mean you should eat it. And often times because these "natural" chemicals are less effective farmers have to dump more on the crop to do the same thing as a small amount of lab engineered pesticides.
We farm thousands of acres and have NEVER used anything that would harm anyone. Most of the chemicals used on plants become inert when they hit the soil or touch water. Think about what you say before you scare people about their food source. And do some real life research. Like maybe go to an actual farm and watch what they do and how they do it.
Maybe it was a teeny source of protien that got through the stem/part no one eats on the bottom? And, yeees, #73, rabbits say "What's up Doc?', all martians wear skirts while every single coyote shoots Acme Anvils. And irishdancer fails. At life. Despite the new take on sushi and awesome amount of protien, that's just not okay . . . Can't imagine if that happened to me . . .
Dude, I live on a 54.5 acre apple farm and my family as far back as I know has run fruit farms, the other side has raises fruit trees on nurseries for forty years-decended from centuries of farmers have studied senior high sc chemistry& Bio and have parents who are both farmers, in the agricultural insurance industry & and they have degrees in chem eng tech, and agriculture respectively During the fall season i eat a half bushel of apples a day fresh off the tree almost never washing them (when bored) and still live i personnaly have seen millions of apples in twelve different varieties, more than most people can fu**ing imagin and if anyone cares, we use glyphosate, .... etc
Better than finding half a worm.
Well at least you know the apple is less likely to be full of pesticides.....