In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
MMMmmmm, your column made me hungry. Think I'll have some venison jerky. I had a friend (former friend) who saw me catch a wild trout. She asked me what I was going to do with it. I told her I would clean it and cook it for dinner. She cried. She was a city person. Nuff said.Anonymous PatriotUSA
I was complaining to a friend that some of my chickens had stopped laying. I told her they were going to potpie heaven. She was appalled that I was going to eat they. She asked if I couldn't just keep it until it died. I told her I wasn't running a retirement home for chickens. She was a city person also.Donna B.
I am one of those country minded folks memtioned in the article. My friends at work are those who should not know where their food comes from. Many were greatly offended when I named my chickens Stir fry and Chicken fingers.
great article-i enjoyed it very much. back about six months ago i was in conversation with a bunch of vegetarian animal rights activists and we were discussing suriving teotwawki among other things...they got really ticked off when i told them that yes, i would definitly kill and eat bambi given a choice of life and death. i hope you don't get a bunch of those crazies after you..they are not nice people .