BBQ Chicken: Tyson Foods Plunges Most In 20 Months And You Can Thank Trump’s Tariffs
I’m seeing some companies reporting weaker-than-expected earnings and blaming tariffs, and it’s just not true. That's what CNBC personality-turned White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow told reporters at the White House on Friday, following the party Trump threw to celebrate the second quarter GDP data. And it's a good thing Larry cleared things up. Because to let management teams tell it, the administration's pedal-to-the-metal protectionist push is set to weigh heavily on corporate bo
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THE CREETURS GO TO THE BARBECUE
“So dar dey wuz an’ what you gwine do ’bout it? It seem like dey all got in front er de dogs, er de dogs got behime um, an’ Brer Rabbit sot by de creek-side laughin’ an’ hittin’ at de snake doctors. An’ dem po’ creeturs had ter go clean past de bobbycue–ef dey wuz any bobbycue, which I don’t skacely speck dey wuz.
Dat what make me say what I does–when you git a invite ter a bobbycue, you better fin’ out when an’ whar it’s at, an’ who runnin’ it.”
UNCLE REMUS and BRER RABBIT
By Joel Chandler Harris
FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY
Copyright, 1906, by
Joel Chandler Harris
Who the hell would eat a Tyson chicken, unless forced to by economic circumstance. The next thing you know they will be making you drink blended scotch. Bastards.