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SPAM! (of the meat family, not the email family)
Wednesday, April 06 2005 @ 11:45 PM UTC, From: doug
Holy SPAM! Look what I've been missing! I can't believe I haven't been to this site before today. There's a load of stuff here.

There's a page dedicated to attempting to get me to eat SPAM. There's information on the Best SPAM Recipe Competition, which includes a rather dubious equation that basically reads:

SPAM + Hand = Eat

Are they suggesting that I eat my hands (along with some SPAM)? Not that I haven't thought about it before... I'm just not sure SPAM should be suggesting that. Is there a recipe?

There's a link to information on Monty Python's new live play called SPAMalot. And if you really love SPAM, you should join the SPAM fan club, where you can take the SPAM Exam and "Ask SPAMMY" to get some canned advice. And when Christmas rolls around, be sure to buy everyone on your gift giving list something from SPAM Gifts.

But I was most excited to discover that there is a... drum roll please... SPAMmobile.
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Addicted to Meat!
Friday, April 01 2005 @ 01:16 AM UTC, From: doug
The Meat Junkie is an interesting (and brightly coloured) site about not eating meat.

The concept is meant to be a joke: Meat is an addiction. But the author, Tyler Cole, gets his point across using a bit of humour. Be sure to read the essay on whether Vegans are sexier than Meat Eaters.

And he manages to bring up some very valid points about attempting to convince meat eaters not to eat meat in his essay about the moral reasons for not eating meat. I particularly like the bit that says People either feel compassion for cows, pigs, and chickens or they don't... The moral issue is not a question of treating animals more like people. He's really on to something there. I do not personally feel much compassion for chickens, so no vegetarian arguments based on chicken-compassion are convincing to me. And cows just look tasty... it's something about the way they look back at you. Yummy.

However, arguments relating to the environmental impact can be somewhat compelling. They do not necessarily argue for vegetarianism, just reduced meat consumption. Which, to any reasonable vegetarian, would be a step in the right direction. I love meat; addicted to it, I guess. So I will continue to eat it. But, as they say, everything in moderation. Even meat. And heroin. And definitely vegetables.
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C'mere Little Doggy, Daddy Has a Treat!
Tuesday, March 29 2005 @ 02:50 AM UTC, From: doug
Canine birth control for a more humane world? I'd like to say "They had me going", but they still have me going. To me there are only two hints that this is a fake. One: The casual use of the word "b*tches". Two: The comment about "doggy Viagra". If it wasn't for those two bits, I would be sure this was serious. If there's one thing I've learned living close to the beach is that many people believe their dogs are human and have the same rights as humans.
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Faucet-Based Meat?
Sunday, March 27 2005 @ 08:37 PM UTC, From: doug
Jo pointed me to this comic about a couple of aliens attempting to come up with a good business idea. In addition, goats.com hosts a load of other strange comics in the archive.
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The Stinkymeat Project
Thursday, March 17 2005 @ 01:10 AM UTC, From: doug
There comes a time for every meat-oriented news site when The Stinkymeat Project must be mentioned, and for Meatsicle, that time is now. I apologize to Mahlon Smith, scientist, for not linking to his educational site earlier.

Stinkymeat Project One lasts a full 19 days, and Stinkymeat Project Two is even more detailed than the first. Don't miss out on the hi-res pictures. Unless, of course, you're not trying to lose your appetite. I also highly recommend the stinkymeat haikus.
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Still Steamin'
Tuesday, March 15 2005 @ 02:08 AM UTC, From: doug
This is questionable Meatsicle content since it's only indirectly associated with meat. Yes, it's related to hunting which is very closely related to meat, but as far as I can tell this isn't the kind of hunting where the primary goal is food. I could be wrong. Which is why I decided to go ahead and post this. How wrong could I be?

So, without further ado, I bring you the Still Steamin' line of products, created for luring deer in for the best shot. Sure, you could buy fresh, yellow, like it was just sprayed urine, but the real excitment is in the Still Steamin' Buck Seamen product. It's just like the real thing! Are they sure? Who does Quality Control?

Rumour has it that only 50% of their sales are actually used for hunting.
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Luke Chueh Understands Meat
Tuesday, March 08 2005 @ 01:47 AM UTC, From: doug
Luke Chueh understands meat and represents that understanding in paint. Exhibit 1. Exhibit 2. He also has a bunch of other equally adorable and disturbing paintings that are almost, but not quite, completely inappropriate for your kid's room.
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Love Among The Carcasses
Sunday, March 06 2005 @ 08:47 PM UTC, From: doug
Here's a fun romp through the excruciating dull task of Federal Meat and Poultry Inspection. The pictures aren't really the interesting thing here, it's Cate's comments. For example: I'm not sure, exactly, what tickling a lamb carcass is supposed to accomplish. Ahhh... the fun never ends.
 
Also, don't miss out on Cate's other hilarious garage sale finds.
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The Gallery of Regrettable Food
Friday, March 04 2005 @ 05:48 AM UTC, From: doug
James Lileks' Gallery of Regrettable Food offers a heapin' of recipe books, curious advertisments, and an assortment of other interesting oddities.

Of course, I can't help myself from being drawn to his display of meat intensive recipes from the Better Homes & Gardens Meat Cook Book in a section he calls Meat! Meat! Meat! Don't miss what happens when meat feels pretty.
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Meat Planet
Monday, February 28 2005 @ 07:07 AM UTC, From: Anonymous
You should visit Meat Planet.

Y'all think alike!
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HATS of MEAT

Sometime around April-May 2003, one of the great sites of the internet disappeared: HATS of MEAT. In order to provide this meaty entertainment to the masses, Meatsicle hosted a copy of the HATS of MEAT site that was recreated using the magic that is the internet.

However, in late 2005 the original HATS of MEAT came back into existence. And Steven Bean Levy who runs the site has now started to add new material. So that meat hat adventurers are provided the full experience, Meatsicle is now redirecting all HATS of MEAT traffic to the original site. Check out the new content on HATS of MEAT

HATS of MEAT


Poll
Where are the scissors?
In the drawer where they always are.
I don't know, where did you leave them?
In my hand, I've been running with them.
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Hey, what's that you have in your pocket?
A bit of lint, some change, and a condom.
It's my hand.
Nothing, I'm just happy to see you.
A cellphone. On vibrate.
Pocket meat!
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