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September 29, 2009

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How horrible. I am definitely going to write to Sesame Street.

I knew this was awful. I visit the foodbank and I don't want eggs from battery cages. I'd rather be nutritionally deficient than do that (Not that these eggs can be healthy, considering how unhealthy these chickens are.)

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