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Cheese In The News – Vol. 3

b1chees002IT WAS A SAD DAY FOR CHEESE LOVERS EVERYWHERE

A couple face drug and burglary charges after being arrested for a cheese heist in Manawatu, New Zealand.   The arrests ensued after a rail worker spotted people acting suspiciously on a track near Halcombe.  A police spokesperson said “After the train, which had been carrying the cheese, arrived in Auckland it was discovered that five of its containers had been broken into”.

The couple drove away in a car throwing blocks of cheese out the window as they went, but were stopped by police and arrested soon afterwards.  The 23-year old woman was charged with burglary, receiving stolen goods, possession of a Class A and B drug and possession of drug utensils.  The 21-year old man was charged with burglary, receiving stolen goods, possession of a Class B drug and permitting a vehicle to be used for drug offending.

All of those charges, and not one mention of the truly horrific act committed by these two incorrigible criminals!  Where is the justice for the real victim here?  They threw the cheese out the window of their car, people!  The CHEESE!  Out of the WINDOW!  If this isn’t an argument for not abolishing the death penalty, I’m sure I don’t know what is.

It is time to get organized.  Take to the streets, people!  Protest the cheese abuse!  Join B.I.T.CH (Be Incorruptable To Cheese) now!

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  • There was a bad Victorian poem about a wheel of cheese at a Toronto trade fair in the 1850s (I am going to try and find you a link, I read it years ago in an anthology of bad verse called The Stuffed Owl)- here’s a link that mentions it and the poem, which begins:

    We have seen thee, queen of cheese
    Lying quietly at your ease
    Gently fanned by evening breeze
    Thy fair form no flies doth seize

    http://www.metroactive.com/papers/sfmetro/07.97/bad-poetry-97-7.html

    Beautiful and moving, isn’t it? 😉
    .-= Lidian´s last blog ..The Greatest Thing Yet =-.

  • There was a bad Victorian poem about a wheel of cheese at a Toronto trade fair in the 1850s (I am going to try and find you a link, I read it years ago in an anthology of bad verse called The Stuffed Owl)- here’s a link that mentions it and the poem, which begins:

    We have seen thee, queen of cheese
    Lying quietly at your ease
    Gently fanned by evening breeze
    Thy fair form no flies doth seize

    http://www.metroactive.com/papers/sfmetro/07.97/bad-poetry-97-7.html

    Beautiful and moving, isn’t it? 😉
    .-= Lidian´s last blog ..The Greatest Thing Yet =-.

  • I’m a little disturbed by your use of the word “bad”…any ode to cheese is stupendous simply because it is an ode to cheese. I particularly like the queen of cheese reference. It may become my new title. Thanks for the hommage to fromage Lidian! 🙂

  • I’m a little disturbed by your use of the word “bad”…any ode to cheese is stupendous simply because it is an ode to cheese. I particularly like the queen of cheese reference. It may become my new title. Thanks for the hommage to fromage Lidian! 🙂

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