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Frustrated musician moonlighting as an I.T. geek seeks shithot likeminded acoustic musicians in the storming Irish trad/Bluegrass genres to turn the UK festival circuit on its head. Apply here..

Hurrah! Festival season is upon us.
I'm now ready for a summer of festival and musical debauchery.
Got the quality sound and picture recording portion of my life sorted out finally, the worlds best festival tent, a whole f*cktonne of enthusiasm and limitless alcohol.

Bring it on and maybe see some of you down the line (or in casualty getting our stomachs pumped) ^_^


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I demand more insects!!

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Haha. Best fo0d label ever.
30th May 2007, 22:31  

Sprocket says:

may not contain insects but I detect a trace of nuts :-p

30th May 2007, 22:54

sybilichobo says:

Basil!

30th May 2007, 23:50

Dhamaka says:

hehe

31st May 2007, 01:04

sslovetub says:

I just can't get over the ridiculous vision of some poor little Rabbi sat inspecting each and every basil leaf that has to go into the mass production of this product to ensure that it is truly halal and that there are *NO* insects at all in it.

I call bullshits on their ropey 'halal' marketing..unless any insects were herbivorous and were all correctly bled before being mashed up of course..I doubt it..

They couldn't possibly guarantee no insects made it into there!

31st May 2007, 15:40

hildegard says:

1) It's not a rabbi who inspects the veggies, it's a mashgiach.
2) When did the Beth Din ever proclaim anything halal?
3) Kashrut forbids the eating of insects 6 times, pork is interdicted only once as far as I recall.
4) Locusts, alone of all the bugs, are kosher. Go figure...
;)

31st May 2007, 17:49

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