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mlaiuppa
Pres. Sarcasm Society. Like we need your approval.
02:50 AM on 05/22/2012
So why can't they just pick them up, put the shelves back up and that's it? Sure it's man hours and a lot of work, but I don't see that they're all ruined.
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WorkhelpWorkhelp
Control your money locally. Charter banks now.
03:28 AM on 05/22/2012
Exactly. What bullsheet. Pick the damn things up. Probably will. And it's probably more news feed bull anyhow.
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Sol76
04:56 AM on 05/22/2012
Would you want the cheese that squashed a mouse? No, what they should do, is send them to Switzerland to ceremoniously melt them into a communal Fondue.
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mahnistanah
in the age of information, ignorance is a choice
02:13 AM on 05/22/2012
you want some wine with that
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12:04 AM on 05/22/2012
send it to greece
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12:04 AM on 05/22/2012
Insurance?
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crydespite
no-one is ever 'just saying'
03:23 AM on 05/22/2012
Pre-existing chance of earthquakes. At least that's what a US insurer would argue.
10:04 PM on 05/21/2012
save the cheese
give it to the mouse population
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WorkhelpWorkhelp
Control your money locally. Charter banks now.
03:29 AM on 05/22/2012
"Free the Mice!!"
09:55 PM on 05/21/2012
There must be a solution..................give it away and ask for Parm lovers all over the world to send money to compensate the owner who lost this fortune. Have a Parm lottery..................something....Save the Cheese!!!! OMG. It is heaven!
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June25
09:53 PM on 05/21/2012
It would be great if much of the stock was donated to the poor,but I doubt it.
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09:06 PM on 05/21/2012
Looks like fondue will be on the menu for some time.
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Ettel Chava Rosenbaum
08:56 PM on 05/21/2012
im confused. they look ok, if they didn't toucbh the floor, only other cheeses, why would they be damaged?
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June25
09:51 PM on 05/21/2012
Mostly for insurance purposes.You write off all that cheese collect the check and the price of the remaining stock of cheese goes through the roof for a year.And we wonder why the west is falling behind lately.
10:29 PM on 05/21/2012
My guess is lack of air circulation. If it does not dry evenly, and if the mositure gets to it before they can rebuild the drying racks, mold will set it. Not the good kind.
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CarlIII
Liberal Virginian living in Remlap Alabama
08:55 PM on 05/21/2012
I'd love to have just one of those wheels of cheese. My arteries would close up but irt would be worth it.
09:59 PM on 05/21/2012
I believe it is one of the healthiest cheeses, high in protein!
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CarlIII
Liberal Virginian living in Remlap Alabama
10:04 PM on 05/21/2012
and at least 50% fat.
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sharooni
The patients have overtaken the asylum
08:27 PM on 05/21/2012
Is one to presume, then, that Mother Nature is lactose intolerant????
chuckl4826
Give the Country away.. Vote Democrat.!
08:13 PM on 05/21/2012
Where the heck were there no "meterologist/scientology/global warming/experts" earthquake warning's given?
10:00 PM on 05/21/2012
this does not concern global warming experts.............
08:05 PM on 05/21/2012
Disasters always have unexpected repercussions. I remember following Hurricane Katrina, it was impossible to get onion rings at several local restaurants. Turns out most places here got their onion rings from the same plant which was in Louisiana. A small thing compared to the tragic loss of life, but it serves to show how such a disaster affects everything large and small, and how connected we all are!
07:20 PM on 05/21/2012
grate it up and I assure you america will get behind our freinds with the biggest simultaneous pasta eating night ever. The world would not be the same with out Grana Padana and Parmigiano Reggiano
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SidTheScienceKid
Science!
07:15 PM on 05/21/2012
How man cheese jokes can we here ?

who moved my cheese ?
who cut that cheese ?
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artorius317
You're all here because you're not all there......
08:33 PM on 05/21/2012
How about.....

Who put the cheese that close to Bologna? I wonder if there's a bakery in the area to get some bread?