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Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis for May 10, 2019

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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member 6 months ago

    Grow your own coffee beans and go fishing.

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    juncarlo  6 months ago

    They could tell you that what you consume is sustainable, but how do they prove it?

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    B UTTONS  6 months ago

    The customer will be experiencing sustaining stars with his current sustaining attitude

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  6 months ago

    even Bart van Olphen of his YouTube channel “Bart’s Fish Tales” says to make sure your seafood with which you’re going to be cooking comes from a sustainable source

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    KennethJohnson  6 months ago

    Is the planet a sustainable source? Not for long!

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    DennisinSeattle Premium Member 6 months ago

    Sure we have a sustainable source! Mutual Fish just down the street always has fish!

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    Super Smash Bros Ultimate  6 months ago

    What sort of people does Stephan put in this strip?!?!?!?!?!

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    Z51 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I just read that farmed fish (sustainable) aren’t really all that healthy!

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    Bilan  6 months ago

    The fish I can understand. But insisting on sustainable coffee? What does that mean? They don’t use wild coffee bushes.

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    The Old Wolf  6 months ago

    Find a restaurant that caters to your naturally-sourced needs or stay home, moron.

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    jackh  6 months ago

    5 guys has fairly good burgers

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 6 months ago

    To be fair where I’m from finding ethically-produced coffee (i.e. not from Nestlé or Douwe Egberts) is a non-trivial problem.

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    josballard  6 months ago

    Coffee with fish?

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    hariseldon59  6 months ago

    From what I’ve seen, Rar has no problem sustaining his anger.

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    EcurbYkspohs  6 months ago

    You go Rat ! If it’s not sustainable they will be out of business…………Croc Power!

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    Owhatadoc Premium Member 6 months ago

    I stopped eating talapia after watching talapia farming on Dirty Jobs. Talapia= “Poop Fish”!

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    Geophyzz  6 months ago

    Years ago, I was mentally smashing a plate over a client’s head as he declared he was vegetarian and spent several minutes pouring over the lunch menu. After finally choosing the vegetable soup, the waitress told him it used a chicken broth, and the search resumed.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 6 months ago

    Better idea…stay at home and do your own cooking, and QUIT ANNOYING THE REST OF US!!

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    Gent  6 months ago

    Stop promoting violence in comics, Pastis!

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    Zebrastripes  6 months ago

    RAT just did what some are thinking….just order…stop with the scrutiny already…..if you’re THAT picky, stay home!

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    J. R. Schwarzenhammer Premium Member 6 months ago

    I thought all hipsters had beards. Well, male hipsters, anyway. And a few women hipsters.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 6 months ago

    Does the coffee use gluten free water???

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    syzygy47  6 months ago

    Sustainably sourced Soylent Green?

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    Stocky One  6 months ago

    When people make these type of requests, they are making a statement about their values. They are expressing what they believe in, and they are willing to back their beliefs by paying for them. This is not a bad thing. On the contrary, it is something to be admired.

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    Ratbrat  6 months ago

    Virtue signaling. The up front comment that warns you “there be obnoxious conversation ahead”.

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    Smokie  6 months ago

    If he is so conscious of sustainable sources, why is he eating out? restaurants notoriously waste food because they want to serve perfectly cut servings. If you ever want to be truly disgusted, go look at a restaurant’s garbage bin.Enough food in one day to feed a family for a week.

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    Tentoes  6 months ago

    It is not often that I agree with Rat!

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    Al Nala  6 months ago

    I am greatly amused.

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    poopsypoo Premium Member 6 months ago

    Go rat GO!!!

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    Keno21  6 months ago

    Had a lady ask for a ‘Cruelty-free’ turkey at the store last Thanksgiving. Lady, they been beheaded, gutted, plucked, and are laying in a meat case. Anyway you look at it, cruelty was involved.

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    Seed_drill  6 months ago

    My daughter has gotten on an ethically raised kick that my wallet can ill afford. About ready to tell her she can join her mother in the purgatory of veganism.

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    MDMom  6 months ago

    . . . “sustainable” or not, check out where the meat or fish was processed. Fish, chicken, and other meat is being sent to China to be processed. Who knows under what sanitary conditions? Reading the label might help, though the FDA is less concerned, these days. :’(

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    jonnytest  6 months ago

    Go rat! That lazy-ass snowflake should do his own homework so that he knows Tilapia is very sustainable and quite delicious when rubbed with lemon pepper and fried in olive oil.

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    BubbleTape Premium Member 6 months ago

    really? then i guess you don’t mind if i start a tire fire in your backyard – i mean, you don’t want to be overly sensitive mr sjw.

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    Sisyphos  6 months ago

    Rat rids us of a stuffy prig! I find it hard to object, though I know I should….

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    WCraft Premium Member 6 months ago

    Hipsters beware: there are plenty more like him out there.

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    despain_  6 months ago

    “Why, Yes! This chicken was sustainably sourced! My cousin Sustain got it from the grocery store himself!”

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