From Harper’s Weekly Review:
“I do not think Republican primary voters are sheep,” wrote DeSantis in his newly released book, The Courage to Be Free, which debuted at the top of Amazon’s Best Sellers list. Seven sheep, seen wandering the streets of Paterson, New Jersey, had escaped from a slaughterhouse.
Don’t you love that Harper’s ran these two items together?
New Mexicans protested the U.S. Forest Service’s aerial shooting operation, which seeks to kill up to 150 cows whom the agency deemed “unauthorized,” in the Gila Wilderness.
Shouldn’t the Service first give those cows the option to get themselves authorized?
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, which last month promoted its recipe for “spicy teriyaki goose jerky,” encouraged residents to kill and cook bullfrogs.
A solid Red State’s cuisine.
An ice cream parlor in Rottenburg am Neckar, Germany, has started selling cricket-flavored scoops.
Just you hold on there! Didn’t Harper’s last week tell us that…
Signs reading “insects are not baked in our bakery” began appearing in eastern Germany following the European Union’s legalization of the sale of powdered house crickets and larvae in food items.
So which is it? Are you using powdered crickets and larvae or not?