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Meat America, F**k yeah:

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A book covering the American spirit through meat, by photographer Dominic Episcopo:

At a time when America is searching to define its values and trying to uncover the inspiration of what it means to be uniquely ‘American’, we need a manifesto! And it would make sense that it should be carved out of meat. I have spent almost three years attuned to America’s spirit, humor and verve. I conceptualized raw images capturing the same, shot them for posterity and incorporated them into a book for publishing. Meat America, the book, is ready for prime time.

Meat-America-United-SteaksA kickstarter project with 8 days to go, and not quite 1/2 of its $11500 goal reached.

The Gadsden meat flag I used as the post picture is cute, but he needs to do a Meat-16 high capacity assault rifle with high capacity meat magazines… preferably several meat links joined together mattv2099 style.

In today’s digital world, I’m not much for books… but I can see how people would enjoy this as a coffee table book especially since it’s only $30 if you get in on the kickstarter ($45 otherwise).

I just hope he ate this meat after he photographed it.

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Some people might be grossed out.   I got hungry, and wanted to fire up the BBQ:

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It is a grim reminder of the cost of war. But for marines based at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, getting a meat tag – a tattooed copy of their vital information inked into their skin – means paying a visit to Jesse Mays before they head off to war.

 

Full article at the BBC – HERE

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Only In Japan:

Pretty nasty looking blue colored “flesh”, which apparently according to the package has been “Aged to deadly perfection at the grave yard”

For $4.50, why not? You can’t even buy a bag of Jack Link’s for that!

Hat Tip: Pink Tentacle via Boing Boing

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