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    Default More Free Cheese for Christmas

    The government is gifting free cheese to the economically disadvantaged for Christmas. 300 tonnes is to be distributed to various charities. What better for that stocking then a bit of cheddar?

    http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/e...as-574444.html
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    Cheeses of Nazareth?

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    This is a form of quantative cheesing to stimulate the economy.

    Hopefully this well help us churn the corner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountaintop View Post
    Cheeses of Nazareth?
    Blessed are the Cheesemakers!

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    Think of this as a Christmas curd from the government.

    Eh? Eh? Eh?

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    More charity for our "wonderful" agribusiness sector morelike - unless they are giving it away for free?

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    Is this a feta accompli or is this story full of holes?

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    Will there be a dairy free alternative for those of us who are cursed with lactose intolerance or is this another example of the government ignoring the minorities?
    I may be in the minority, but that doesn't mean I'm wrong.

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    It's only the Feta that's been stored in Noonan's garage since last year.

    Well gone off at this stage.

    So's the Feta.
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    It's a shame . This govt could have been different from the last crew. They really GOUDA been good.
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