Beer Prevents Cancer in Rats

This was first reported two years ago, but I didn’t know it: Beer helps prevent cancer:

According to the data, tests showed that giving beer to a rat injected with carcinogens lowers the incidence of cancer by up to 50%.
With cancer-preventive foods such as spinach, carrots, parsley, broccoli and peanuts, you have to eat a lot of them to get any efficacy. With beer, you don’t have to drink so much (for cancer-prevention, that is).

I’m thirsty.

Freshly Clubbed and Frozen Baby Seal Meat

Pets or Food is…

dedicated to bringing consumers healthy, certified organic animals at wholesale prices. Whether you’re getting a pet lizard for your son or a dozen Doberman flank steaks for a SuperBowl party, you won’t find lower priced animals anywhere else that are better suited for Pets or Food.

From their About page:

In 1988, Sidney [the founder] and a group of like minded entrepreneurs founded Pets or Food™ to take in homeless animals and rehabilitate them to fulfill their destinies as either loving family companions or nutritious, protein rich meat supplements to those going without.

A customer testimonial:

We recently had an exchange student staying with us. After a few weeks she got very homesick, so we decided to cheer her up with a favorite dish from her homeland, sweet and sour kitten. Thanks to your wonderful site Shao Lin feels right at home here in America!

Some of their products:

  • Chihuahua: Our Ready to Eat™ Ground Chihuahua is the most popular product for our grade school buyers. Because our customers have made this product such a huge success, we’re offering a 10% discount to all educational buyers.
  • Newborn Golden Retriever: Pets or Food™ is proud to showcase it’s newest product, newborn Golden Retriever! Shipped live, or Ready to Eat™, you won’t find a finer friend or a more tender cut of meat.
  • Dodo Bird: Due to some rather obscure U.S. laws, however, ownership of a living Dodo is against the law. Pets or Food™ can only ship Ready to Eat™ Dodo meet to US customers. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to discover the taste that led to the Dodo’s extinction! Only $17,000.