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FRONT PAGE  |  7/29/2021
SATURDAY, JUL 25, 2015  |  18 comments
U.S. Egg Shortage: Act of God or Man?

Have you noticed the price of eggs soaring at your local grocery store? The reputed culprit is an unprecedented outbreak of bird flu in 21 states across the nation. Since December of last year, hundreds of fowl have died after becoming infected with one of three strains of a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus — H5N1, H5N8, and, mostly, the H5N2 strain. In an effort to prevent the illness from spreading, government authorities have slaughtered more than 48 million birds. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), both commercial and backyard egg-laying flocks in 15 states are affected. Migrating waterfowl such as wild geese and ducks carrying the H5 flu strains have been found in another six states, posing a significant risk to domestic poultry in those areas because the virus is highly contagious. So far, it hasn’t proven a direct threat to humans, but it is taxing their ...

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News Item8/1/15 8:02 PM
veggie | garden  Find all comments by veggie
s c wrote:
truth of the matter is that death and disease aren't going anywhere any time soon
[URL=http://www.fredericpatenaude.com/blog/?p=1956]]]health experts who died young[/URL]

It’s a rather shocking observation that health gurus, who write diet books and give advice on how to live long, tend to live shorter lives than the average person.

They seem to be beaten only by rock stars ....

Everyone dies young compared to antediluvians -950?
969! Ha! They looked at 90s like youngsters.
The health gurus need to get saved & live forever in Christ.

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News Item8/1/15 9:26 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
I agree with you on this sc. there's way too much giving up on people. reminds me of the scripture, "love thy neighbor". I also think this is supposed to be a fundamental role of women in the home, as healthy food prepared well and healthy water are the foundations of physical health, as provided by our Heavenly Father and caretaking of the sick. Good day.
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News Item7/31/15 3:54 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
For the health enthusiasts,being a good steward over our bodies is wise but one can place too much trust in the natural things. Not every person who is sick or over weight are so due to poor health choices. A lot of chiropractors and natural food fans often will assume that but the truth of the matter is that death and disease aren't going anywhere any time soon and we are all under the curse of sin. Thankfully, if we are Christian,our bodies will be changed but until then,we still have to breathe the air. And finding a healthy alternative to that isn't going to happen.
Try not to be too legalistic and superior in your ill informed judgment that you might want to pass on those who are in ill health. You may need more information and you may end up suffering from the same despite all of the measures that you may take in the mean time to prevent such.
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News Item7/27/15 11:34 AM
TB | up here, eh  Find all comments by TB
+Wayfairer from Lubbock.tx:

"in a west Texas city wishing it could be Dallas, ugh."

Your comment reminds me of the only time I was in Lubbock TX... Truck broke down, stuck in Lubbock for a week. Yeah, I can relate, I too was wishing I was anywhere but Lubbock that January! ;-)

(No offense intended... The people of Lubbock were very friendly and nice to us stranded Canadians... but it was just not fun being an unwilling visitor to Lubbock for a week!)

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News Item7/27/15 9:13 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
It certainly is a possibility that God has let bird flu into the United States to produce a shortage of eggs as a judgment upon the United States for supporting abortion, homosexuality, artificial birth control and every other perversion under the sun.
Kind of like when a judge in New York or a president in Washington makes a corrupt decision, and a tornado goes through a trailer park in Kansas.
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News Item7/27/15 9:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Reminds me of when oil prices "skyrocket", and gasoline goes up 10 cents per gallon. All the news outlets talk about is how summer travel is going to be so mich lighter than usual because familys can't afford to fill up their station wagons for their yearly trip to Disney. Always a bit odd to me that an extra
$2.00 per fill up is going to keep anyone trapped at home. Anyway, I hardly think that a temporary shortage on a single food group is an act of God.
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News Item7/27/15 8:50 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
John Yurich USA wrote:
It certainly is a possibility that God has let bird flu into the United States to produce a shortage of eggs as a judgment upon the United States for supporting abortion, homosexuality, artificial birth control and every other perversion under the sun.
I went to the store yesterday, there are plenty of eggs. An extra nickel an egg isnt a judgement on America
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News Item7/27/15 8:46 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
It certainly is a possibility that God has let bird flu into the United States to produce a shortage of eggs as a judgment upon the United States for supporting abortion, homosexuality, artificial birth control and every other perversion under the sun.
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News Item7/26/15 9:56 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
Mourner wrote:
My paternal grandfather was an orphan. He lived on a small piece of property
sounds like the Lord blessed your grandfather! it is truly amazing when you have some kind of physical need and something from a plant heals and restores, the thankful heart gives glory to God. when we eliminate such things and make for ourselves white priest mediators, there's a simple blessing that is lost! let's not forget those grandparent small farms and the bounty of the earth as God ordained for mankind!
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News Item7/26/15 8:17 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
we are the only country having a problem with a scarcity of food. olive oil is not used that much in this country, but in the Mediterranean area it certainly is. [URL=http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/24/olive-oil-prices-surge-drought-disease-spain-italy]]]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/24/olive-oil-prices-surge-drought-disease-spain-italy[/URL].
And when the rain returns, but the price remains high, what would you say will be the cause of that?
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News Item7/26/15 7:49 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
we are the only country having a problem with a scarcity of food. olive oil is not used that much in this country, but in the Mediterranean area it certainly is. [URL=http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/24/olive-oil-prices-surge-drought-disease-spain-italy]]]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/24/olive-oil-prices-surge-drought-disease-spain-italy[/URL].
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News Item7/25/15 5:41 PM
Mourner  Find all comments by Mourner
Wayfairer pilgrim wrote:
My grandparents farmed, raised cattle, gardened, raised honey bees, fruit trees, chickens, eggs and my summers were the best memory for a boy in a west Texas city wishing it could be Dallas, ugh.
My paternal grandfather was an orphan. He lived on a small piece of property that would have made pennned proud, fits her description of the ideal.

He grew up being farmed out for labor and his delight was the glory of creation on the farm. As a little girl I'd listen for hours about his love for the earth and his boyhood memories of farm adventures. My grandmother was the domestic par excel lance. She cooked, baked, canned, had a root cellar, dried flowers, fed hobo's, stray dogs, cats and tamed out door criters. The best of my family life was at their house. It was her death that God used to draw me at least where he began the process.

I wish for all children a chance to visit a grandparent's farm, if they don't have their own.

Local chickens, on small farms here that I know of, have been disease free but not too productive, been waiting for the pouletts to start laying for some time. The best price of eggs here is $2 that's the poor local farmer. God reigns over agriculture on all scales.

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News Item7/25/15 11:58 AM
Wayfairer pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfairer pilgrim
A highly industrialized nation which produced food for the world's market place often cuts corners and has introduced an appetite for food items not considered good at all. Preprocessed food has contributed too type 2 diabetes, obesity, mental illnesses and then lends itself to the pharmaceutics industry.

My grandparents farmed, raised cattle, gardened, raised honey bees, fruit trees, chickens, eggs and my summers were the best memory for a boy in a west Texas city wishing it could be Dallas, ugh.

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News Item7/25/15 10:38 AM
Thomas the Doubter | here and there  Find all comments by Thomas the Doubter
Well said Penned
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News Item7/25/15 9:49 AM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
first, people need to study the history of biolabs in the US and how outbreaks are usually connected to the biolabs, including.... examples of hoof and mouth, anthrax, lyme, etc.

second, our animal industry practices lend themselves to disease, just as the old pagan groups that the Israelis would encounter where all their animals and people were diseased due to occultism. our chemical Darwin model fits into that category.

third, there's been an excess of disposing of food that is disconcernting.

fourth, these diseases are not affecting those who's animals are healthy due to free range, sunshine, small scale. the answers to this centralized nightmare is for individuals to use their properties for food. we are in the land of plenty but have a soviet mentality and our baby boom age modernists (not all but a good number of them) make sure that anyone not poisoning their grass and complying to the lethargic lifestyle be turned in to whatever thought police be available, including HOA boards and city gov's.

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News Item7/25/15 9:09 AM
Wayfairer pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfairer pilgrim
We're letting in tb, small pox, whooping cough, measles, and who knows what sexually transmitted disease that this president let invade into country over that past year
. So, yes, we'll let bird flu, hoof and mouth disease in , all in the name of " destroying the nation" we loved. Look, the president has been leading us in a delusional path of incompetence reviling only Kim Ung, Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro and pope Francis. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts. And to have congress write the checks, past the bills and be as effective as a capon rooster and a court system that wants to destroy society isn't helping ,
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News Item7/25/15 1:29 AM
Daniel B | North  Find all comments by Daniel B
I could agree with you Jim.
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News Item7/25/15 1:24 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
One conspiracy I would find plausible is that [URL=http://bibleprobe.com/muhammad.htm]]]Muhammad[/URL]ans are spreading diseases and bringing in invasive, harmful species of animals in plants into the country to weaken the United States
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