Tuesday, March 21, 2006

It's what's for dinner.

Argentines have been urged by their president to eat less beef. The strategy seems doomed to fail, though:
"What are people going to do, buy chicken?" said the skeptical 65-year-old butcher, whose shop sits across the aisle from a poultry vendor. "Chicken's no good -- it's full of water. If you eat a piece of chicken for dinner, you'll be hungry a half-hour later."
Funny, I thought that was Chinese food.
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