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How the NRA hijacks gun control debates

FlowersInHisHair says...

It's not a partisan issue, Bob. The "debate" is being stifled by the NRA - a prime example of pure capitalist interest infringing on public policy. The NRA doesn't truly care about gun owners' rights, or the 2nd amendment. It only cares about the money it gets from the gun companies. Conservatives' voices are being taken away from them by this industry lobbying group. You should be angry about that.

bobknight33 said:

If dick head liberals wouldn't try every way to ban guns then the NRA would not have to push gun owner rights so hard.

ACLU and NAACP are push just as hard for their agenda.

Good guys with guns are needed to stop bad guys with guns.

2nd amendment is rightfully needed.

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How It's Made - McDonald's Fries

FlowersInHisHair says...

They've demonstrated that they don't need to mash up the potatoes to do any of those things, though.

artician said:

For the same reasons they do it with meat, fruit, vegetables and other foods: control, consistency, easier to mix with other ingredients like sweeteners, stabilizers and preservatives.
Most food companies don't treat food the way households do, but as raw material for creating a product.

How It's Made - McDonald's Fries

FlowersInHisHair says...

Why would they bother cutting and pulverising the potatoes into mush to form them into fries when they can just cut the potatoes into fries directly? What purpose would first making them into mashed potato serve, apart from making the process less efficient? And if they did mash them and form them, why are McDonald's fries different lengths?

artician said:

I've always wondered this, and imagined a pit of mash that was just formed into fry-shapes.

Am I overly cynical that I still don't believe this? Here's video footage of the process, but my distrusting, questioning mind still adds "supposedly" to its assessment of everything I see here.

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