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  • December 02, 2009
    By Jeff Inglis

    Seriously, this is ridiculously revisionist history in the service of environmentalism.

    We just got an e-mail from them with five tips for a "green" holiday season.

    Here's tip number 1: "Think global, eat local - The Colonials didn’t get their meal from the freezer case at the local supermarket. Why should you?"

    This overlooks the fact that the Colonials nearly didn't get their fucking meal at all.

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