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      There is (at LEAST) one “burger” on this list that has more man-made chemicals than it has “real food”. It was recommended to me by a vegan friend. When I brought him the ingredients list he almost passed-out! I like the Morningstar Original burger - but I see that some people do not.  To the people who do not like M-S Original burger: which one do you recommend?  And before you post, please examine the ingredients list on its package and see how much “real food” is in it. regards,
      TOMOTH

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      Hello Everyone; Well, the first problem with a survey like this is: “by what criteria and whose authority do you judge people’s taste in beer”? If it is soley by the author’s taste, well then he’s right - but once you consider all the other beer drinkers, well that changes things: I GOOGLED “most popular beer in USA” and one post states: Anheuser-Busch sold $6 BILLION worth of Bud Lite. How much did your micro-brewery sell? :-) Personally, my favorite “relax after a long day” brew is Guinness Stout - but when at the beach or a picnic, I find Corona or Coors Lite to be refreshing.

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      Hello Everyone; I’d like to address a mis-conception that many people have: “HELL” is NOT a place of fire. It is a place where all the dead go to wait for the resurrection. I’m not going to go “All Bible” on you and post a mile of scriptures - just a couple to back up what I say. You, of course, are welcome to GOOGLE. Acts 2:31 “…Chris, that his soul was not left in hell…”
      [NOTE: Jesus himself went to hell for 3 days. Do you think God would send Jesus there if it was fire?] If you’re Catholic you know “The Apostle’s Creed”. Not the new-&-improved P-C version, but the old one: “…who was cruxified, died, and was buried. He descended into hell…” And, lastly; Revelation 20:14 “And death and Hell were hurled into the lake of fire.”
      [This verse shows that “hell” is something different that the lake of fire. If hell were “fire”, why would it be cast into the lake of fire?” This is what The Word of God (Bible) says. If your religious leader teaches otherwise, you might want to ask him “why?”.
      regards,
      TOMOTH

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      Sock-it-to-me! I must have taken a different test than most of you did.  The only question I saw that could provoke anyone is the “Kids These Days” - and you know what? - every generation since recorded history complains about: “You kids today don’t know how good you got it!”  You can even go back to the Roman Empire and see writings of some of the great philosophers lamenting the way things are going. Hi Sadie: That’s what I did in 1970: hit the bricks and got on-the-job training.

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