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The war against vegetables...

Postby tsukoui » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:28 pm

Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:24 pm

...indeed, it is often said in social-economics that it is distribution that is the single major cause for hunger.

money is not it i would like to suppose, in Cuba. I would have thought that such a valuable resource would be better managed, where it is possible, (and necessary,) through the public's own initiative.

...sorry to hear it.
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby kurupetos » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:37 pm

tsukoui wrote:Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.

The day you will be able to provide productive advice is yet to come, tsuk... :lol:
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby Pyrpolizer » Thu Mar 16, 2017 9:11 pm

tsukoui wrote:Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.


ELAM is full of rotten tomatos :lol: :lol:
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby kurupetos » Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:31 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
tsukoui wrote:Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.


ELAM is full of rotten tomatos :lol: :lol:

Come here, boy... we also have long, thick cucumbers... :mrgreen:
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:14 am

kurupetos wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
tsukoui wrote:Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.


ELAM is full of rotten tomatos :lol: :lol:

Come here, boy... we also have long, thick cucumbers... :mrgreen:


You are clearly dying for it as demonstrated by you numerous calls to Lordo.
Sorry you have to find someone from within ELAM to satisfy your homosexual desire.
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Re: The war against vegetables...

Postby kurupetos » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:58 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
tsukoui wrote:Kuru, you're a good ELAM boy, why don't you pick on something productive...

Tomatoes are rotting in the Caujeri Valley, a man tells me, which has had a good harvest this year, with a yield that doubles what was expected and has a modern factory to process them but, right now, its productive capacity isn’t enough to deal with all of the tomatoes that are coming in from the fields.
People have been watching tomato plants full of red fruits for two weeks now and are praying that it doesn’t rain and that mold overtakes them, rotting everything that touches the wet ground, but the skies aren’t listening.
Revealing their foresight, some people have picked the fruit and put them into boxes covered by banana leaves and put them out next to the highway. However, they aren’t sure they will escape the rotting that already lingers in the air in some places.
The man’s family, his mother, father and brother, estimate that if things continue on as they are, they will lose thousands of pounds of good tomatoes; which is ground at the Caujeri Vallery Canning Factory to make aseptic tomato paste which is then sent to other provinces, where they produce end products.
Before they all rot, farmers and people who hear these stories ask why the fruit isn’t being taken to other places, because if they can’t be ground to make paste, they can be used to make sweets, for direct consumption. However the bureaucrat’s decisions aren’t always the most fair or reasonable.


ELAM is full of rotten tomatos :lol: :lol:

Come here, boy... we also have long, thick cucumbers... :mrgreen:


You are clearly dying for it as demonstrated by you numerous calls to Lordo.
Sorry you have to find someone from within ELAM to satisfy your homosexual desire.

You can come together with Lordo. :?
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