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Hamburger source

I had some help last weekend to get some firewood stacked for the season. I provided some food and drink and they brought whatever they wanted when we broke for lunch. Well, we all eat good and stuffed ourselves then finished the day. Imagine my surprise when I looked at the hamburger box(brought from bulk vendor) and noticed that beef inside may have been supplied by the USA, New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico or Canada. Man, that's some world beef. What do you think about that.

I wish I brought now from the local meat market. I brought at bulk store because i needed buns, meat, potato salad, you know the typical bar-b-que goodies. FYI, it was good by me and everyone else, no complaints. At least the brauts were all USA, guess whose. -----Willy Shocked

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I would guess

from Wisconsin, Are you gonna say some Jewish outfit?

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(NT) Yeap, Johnsonville(sp)

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