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coralbay Post time: 2018-5-3 14:34
So .... the all important question ... why does the CIA want you to watch Peppa Pig?

I mean ... I ...

Well as a youngish adult it is up to me to decide what is cool and what is not. The CIA obviously wants to make Peppa Pig something that adults think is cool because then the cartoon becomes a more powerful vehicle that can be uses to corrupt our youth and steal their innocence. The CIA is all about corrupting the youth and stealing their innocence. From what I can tell Peppa Pig is not age appropriate for preschoolers at all and there are many mothers that have banned the cartoon in their homes just like China has. You look at all the CIA cartoons and the point of them is to corrupt the children. Look at a cartoon like Star vs the Forces of Evil - it's totally #%#%ed up and so are all CIA cartoons. Yes I know that Peppa Pig is British but the British and US intelligence work together. The people behind the CIA are behind the television corporations and movie companies so the same group that promote this trash are the same that made it. Look at Spongebob Square Pants - adults have to like a cartoon for it to be part of popular culture. That's why the CIA is pushing Peppa Pig at adults so hard - so it can be a more powerful vehicle for corrupting the children. Der.

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robert237 Post time: 2018-5-3 14:55
Of course. How could you possibly make ham & beans without them.

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1584austin Post time: 2018-5-3 05:22

Don't you ever eat pork?
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robert237 Post time: 2018-5-3 21:31
Don't you ever eat pork?

Yes it's Lamb I won't eat, or Duck. That's about all I won't eat. There are a few things I prefer not to IE Chickens feet and intestine etc

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1584austin Post time: 2018-5-3 05:33
Yes it's Lamb I won't eat, or Duck. That's about all I won't eat. There are a few things I prefer  ...

Mutton like lamb. I won't eat it either. My wife actually likes chicken feet.
But then again, she likes me too.
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