Roy Rogers Grass Fed Jerky, 6 Pack


Roy Rogers Grass Fed Jerky, 6 Pack

“More hay, Trigger?”

“No thanks, Roy, I’m stuffed!”

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“Trigger?”

“TRIGGER???”

“Oh Well” (chomp chomp chomp)

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6 x 2oz = $26 means you’re paying $34.66 per pound. Not sure I’d pay that for unicorn jerky.

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Actually, it’s $34.65 per pound when you round off. :wink:

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How many times have I gold you that you MUST show your work to get full credit on your math homework.

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Good thing this is math and not spelling.

:wink:

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Right?!? :joy::joy::joy:

N stands for “nobody knows”

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I was always kind of partial to Roy Rogers, actually. I really dig those sequined shirts.

When I saw the product illustration, I initially thought that it was a Roy Rogers movie titled Beef Jerky.

It was just on the double-take that I realized it was food.

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  • Humainly Sourced?

Is this different than Humanely Sourced??

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When phonetic spelling lets you down.

In English, phonetic spelling always let’s you down.

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SO…they dug up Trigger?

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They didn’t need to ‘dig him up’.
He was stuffed in 1965…
After the original Trigger (Golden Cloud) died in 1965 at Rogers’ new ranch in Apple Valley, California, Rogers arranged for Everett Wilkens of Bischoff’s Taxidermy in Los Angeles (now Bischoff’s Taxidermy and Animal FX in Burbank, California) to preserve/mount the horse.[6] The hide was professionally stretched over a foam likeness of Trigger, and the resulting mount was put on display in the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum when it opened in Apple Valley in 1967.

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What happened when Roy died?

His stuff became available to someone else.