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Fuck You. Stay away.
Cali is just reverting to its natural state.
There is no doubt in my mind what the future holds. Its
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Cali is just reverting to its natural state.
Overpopulation, regardless of ethnicity or origins, has nothing to do with the 'natural state'.

My primary objection is to the discriminatory and accusatory bent of your remarks.
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Overpopulation, regardless of ethnicity or origins, has nothing to do with the 'natural state'.

My primary objection is to the discriminatory and accusatory bent of your remarks.
Someone can't stand some straight talk ...
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How's this for straight talk?

Your original statement was a poorly crafted attempt to shove all of California into your idea of a preconceived racial stereotype.

Yes, health codes exist for a reason, and yes, rural and agrarian populations do sometimes skirt those codes. REGARDLESS OF ETHNICITY. Home canning and food preservation have a long and colorful history throughout the union. I myself grew up eating homemade and preserved foods of every type imaginable. And unfortunately, sometimes tragic illness and death do occurr. Which is exactly why The University of California Agricultural Extension has programs in place to educate the public regarding home produced food safety issues.

So is any of this a reason to avoid California entirely? Hopefully, for you, yes.
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Anyone got a line on Sacred Havarti from India? I think it's made from rat milk.

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Here's the article headline for your benefit. Oh, one more thing, farmer john will
surely disagree your with sweeping generalisation about the health and food practices
of the "rural and agrarian population".
And Cali IS turning into mexical.
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A rare form of tuberculosis caused by illegal, unpasteurized dairy products, including the popular queso fresco cheese, is rising among Hispanic immigrants in Southern California and raising fears about a resurgence of a strain all but eradicated in the U.S.


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How's this for straight talk?

Your original statement was a poorly crafted attempt to shove all of California into your idea of a preconceived racial stereotype.

Yes, health codes exist for a reason, and yes, rural and agrarian populations do sometimes skirt those codes. REGARDLESS OF ETHNICITY. Home canning and food preservation have a long and colorful history throughout the union. I myself grew up eating homemade and preserved foods of every type imaginable. And unfortunately, sometimes tragic illness and death do occurr. Which is exactly why The University of California Agricultural Extension has programs in place to educate the public regarding home produced food safety issues.

So is any of this a reason to avoid California entirely? Hopefully, for you, yes.
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That illegal food production occurs in the Hispanic immigrant community is a given. For you to infer that it is exclusive to said community is at best disingenuous on your part. That said, anyone producing food intended for sale to the public, rather than for personal or family use should be prosecuted, period.


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Oh, one more thing, farmer john will
surely disagree your with sweeping generalisation about the health and food practices

That's rich, you accusing me of sweeping generalizations.

Please explain what 'generalisation' you are so certain farmer john would take issue with?


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Another reason to avoid Mexical.
Please enlighten me with the myriad reasons you must have.
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And Cali IS turning into mexical.
California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


[I]Racial and ancestral makeup

According to the 2006 ACS Estimates, California's population is:

* 59.8% White American - includes 17.5% White Hispanic,
* 6.2% Black or African American,
* 12.3% Asian American,
* 0.7% American Indian,
* 3.3% mixed, and the remaining 17.3% are of Some other Race.
* 35.9% are Hispanic or Latino (of any race).[17]

California has the largest population of White Americans in the U.S., an estimated 21,810,156 residents. The fifth largest population of African Americans in the U.S., an estimated 2,260,648 residents. California's Asian population is estimated at 4.5 million, approximately one-third of the nation's 14.9 million Asian Americans. California's Native American population of 376,093 is the most of any state.

According to estimates from 2006, California has the largest minority population in the United States, making up 57% of the state population. Non-Hispanic whites decreased from 80% of the state's population in 1970 to 43% in 2006.[18] While the population of minorities accounts for 100.7 million of 300 million U.S. residents, 21% of the national total live in California.[19]


Mayhap the 'melting pot' this nation of immigrants is destined to become disturbs you in some way?

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