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Old 11-26-2008, 02:48 PM   #11
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That's it! We can't have normal, untrained citizens running around the street with all sorts of frozen fowl!

For crying out loud people, don't you know what a frozen chicken has been proven to do to the windshield of a 747?!?!

I am hereby calling for an immediate and retroactive ban on all sorts of frozen bird types, or should I say "Assault Poultry!"

This demands immediate government action!
HEY! Was that a MAGUM Turkey?
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HEY! Was that a MAGUM Turkey?
Still waiting on ballistics to come back, but you can bet the press will be ALL OVER those folks it was a MAGUM..... Poor Bastards.
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So is taking a doggie bag home kinda like a straw purchase, since you didn't buy the turkey yourself?

Is it considered transporting a loaded turkey if the giblets are inside?

And if leftovers sit in the back of my fridge for two weeks, is it C&R eligible?

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So is taking a doggie bag home kinda like a straw purchase, since you didn't buy the turkey yourself?

Is it considered transporting a loaded turkey if the giblets are inside?

And if leftovers sit in the back of my fridge for two weeks, is it C&R eligible?
This thread has gotten COMPLETELY out of control.... LOL
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So is taking a doggie bag home kinda like a straw purchase, since you didn't buy the turkey yourself?

Is it considered transporting a loaded turkey if the giblets are inside?

And if leftovers sit in the back of my fridge for two weeks, is it C&R eligible?
No you have to wait. In order for a turkey or chicken to be C&R eligible it has to be 60 years or older and have an expiration date of no later then 1948.
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oh, so turkey in C rations from WWII qualify then. Good, I can add to my collection

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