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Mystery Meat Macrophotography
10-02-2007, 06:49 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-02-2007, 06:50 AM by subgenius.)
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Mystery Meat Macrophotography
http://www.newstarget.com/phototour_mystery_meat_1.html

"Welcome to the "Meet Your Mystery Meat" photo tour on NewsTarget.com. Hold on to your lunch for this one! We're about to take you on a journey into some sick macrophotography of processed meat products.

As I'm a nature macrophotography buff, I took all these pictures myself, in my own kitchen, using the same high-end photography equipment I use to take pictures of flowers and insects. As you'll see from these pictures, the detail is astonishing. You may never look at your sandwich meat the same way again.

All these photos are completely un-touched (they were not Photoshopped in any way except to alter brightness and contrast) and were taken of popular processed meat products purchased at Wal-Mart just yesterday.

We're starting our journey with Oscar Mayer's Cotto Salami product. Click the NEXT button below to continue to the next photograph... " wow:hurt:

article link found here....
http://www.redicecreations.com/
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10-02-2007, 12:11 PM,
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Mystery Meat Macrophotography
ha ha macrophotography rocks...

only it reminds me of a bad story.

I was in Santa Barbara staying at some dude's house that I met after playing a show there while on tour...

Any ways, his roommate fell asleep drunk on this chick he was thrusting and the dude went up there and took a macrophoto of her mystery meat... it looked just as bad as that cotto salami... she looked good in the wrapper, but turned out to be foul on the inside.

It's weird how similar that situation is to this mystery meat page.
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11-29-2007, 01:48 AM,
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Mystery Meat Macrophotography
This is sick Subgenius. And you ate this shit afterwards?
I would stick to the flowers.

Oscar Mayer Cotto Salami ingredients
Mechanically separated chicken
Beef hearts (you gotta love 'em!)
Pork
Water
Corn syrup
Beef
Contains less than 2% of:
Salt
Sodium lactate
Flavor
Sodium phosphates
Sodium diacetate
Sodium erythorbate (made from sugar)
Dextrose
Sodium nitrite
Soy lecithin
Potassium phosphate
Potassium chloride
Sugar
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