How South Jersey Keeps Muskrat on the Menu

“The government is mainly an expensive organization to regulate evil doers, and tax those who behave. Government does little for fairly respectable people, except annoy them.”
by E.V. Howe


While scientists have warned that COVID-19 can be spread by fecal-oral transmission (hence the importance of post-bathroom hand washing) the disease can also be spread through what is known as “aerosolized feces” which means that it’s more important than ever to close the lid of the toilet while flushing, according to experts.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government expects to begin making payments to millions of Americans under the new stimulus law in mid-April, but some people without direct deposit information may not get checks until mid-August or later, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press.
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Thousands of residents in the border state of Nuevo Leon rushed supermarkets and convenience stores to purchase massive quantities of beer after the shutdown of breweries. The panic buying comes as health officials ask the public to stay indoors and keep a safe distance.
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It’s hard to keep up with the treatment recommendations coming out of the medical community. One day something is good for you, and the next day it’s deadly and should be avoided. Addictive drugs like heroin were given to kids to cure coughs, electric shock therapy has been a long used treatment for impotence, and “miracle” diet pills were handed out like candy. Below are seven of the most shocking treatments recommended by doctors.
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A New York woman who claims she hates drinking plain water has ended up in the ER several times with severe dehydration because she simply refused to put water in her mouth.

Lori Cheek is what is known as a “water hater”, a person who hates both the taste of water and the “slimy” sensation of it going down her throat. She is fully aware of the risks of not drinking enough water, as she has experienced severe dehydration more than once, but she would still rather not drink anything at all than have a sip of water. In her day to day life, Cheek relies on hydration tablets, Crystal Light and other flavored drinks to stay hydrated, but she won’t touch water.
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Tom Bell (1825 – October 4, 1856) was a western outlaw and physician known as the “Outlaw Doc”. He is the first outlaw to organize a stagecoach robbery in the United States.
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“When people hear you’re from Lower Alloways Creek, they ask you two questions,” Jerry Prouse, Jr., tells me in the fire department’s crowded kitchen. “First they ask, ‘Do you glow?’” alluding to the town’s nuclear plant. “Then they ask, ‘Do you eat muskrat?’”
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