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Deliverance 1 year ago
Meh, I violate half of these on a regular basis and I’m never sick.
       
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Greg 1 year ago
Deliverance,

Don't worry, if at first you don't succeed in poisoning yourself horribly, keep trying! Like for real, PLEASE keep trying.

The only thing you violate is your sock.

You're the kind of guy that his face mask probably has a hole in the middle...for more than one reason.

Momma always said, stupid is as stupid does.
       
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Bige 1 year ago
Greg,

Attacking people in the comments section of a humor based site is beyond pathetic.
       
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Matt 1 year ago
You guys have food?
       
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Ground meats should reach 160°F for at least one second before consuming

"USDA recommends that ground meats (including beef, lamb, pork, and veal) should reach 160°F for at least one second before consuming and do not require rest time. Poultry products, however, including chicken and turkey, should reach at least 165ºF for it to be safe to consume. Safe cooking temperature for whole cuts of pork is from 160 ºF to 145 ºF with the addition of a three-minute rest time. Whole cuts of other types of meat should cook at 145 ºF with the same three-minute rest time."

 

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