Skip to comments.Shrimp Is Big. Now It's Sick. And Really Expensive [Link Only]
Posted on 04/16/2014 9:46:17 AM PDT by C19fan
When I went on my weekly trip to Costco, I noticed the price of prawns was up around 30% to $14 a pound. The way things are going the only thing affordable to eat is Soylent Green, hee hee.
But there’s no real inflation, don’t you know ...
First beef, then pork. I heard a lot of chickens just died. Now shrimp is up. Fish has been out of sight for a while. I have been using soy chorizo with eggs. Land of plenty?
Could it be that the dollar has been devalued 38% since 2002? Nah ..
One more way to squeeze the middle class...
Add porcine epidemic diarrhea.
Didn’t Obama tell us we can’t live wherever we want, eat whatever we want, keep our thermostats at 72 anymore?
Didn’t mooch-el say “Barack will challenge you. He will never let you go back to your old comfortable ways “?
Finally, a politician who fulfills his campaign promises.
“But theres no real inflation, dont you know ”
Yes. All is well citizen. Even now we are winning the war against inflation and joblessness...
Crazy, isn't it. Things are geating freaky out there.
Don't eat soy. It is poison.
“The way things are going the only thing affordable to eat is Soylent Green, hee hee.”
Don’t laugh. Obama and the leftist elitists are trying to figure out a way for the “masses of the unwashed” to be usable.
Your original link was MUCH more terrifying.
Good. Seafood imported from Asia isn't fit for human consumption. Unless I can be certain it's NOT from China or SE Asia I won't buy it.
So true, brother. I even threw out a cast iron pot from China. Not sure what was in it.
Didn't know it was poison. It's hard to avoid. It's used as an extender in so many things; veggie burgers and hot dogs to name only two.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.