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Beyond Meat? Bite Me! “Beyond Meat COO Doug Ramsey arrested for biting man’s nose”

Rule 1: Don’t drive hangry!  As in:  Football fandom turns Beyond Meat exec carnivorous as he’s arrested for biting a man’s nose An incident fueled by plant-based alcohol and one too many Beyond Meat meatless hot dogs. An incident wherein: Ramsey allegedly punched through the back windshield of a Subaru after it made contact with the front tire of Ramsey’s car. The Subaru owner then got out of his car, and Ramsey allegedly started punching him and bit his nose, “ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose,” according to the report. The victim and a witness also alleged that Ramsey told the Subaru owner he would kill him.

Rule 2: Just stop making this fauxmeat crap to begin with!

“Beyond Meat” is just that…. so far beyond anything like meat that it is made from the food my food eats. It is made from the food that my food walks above and shits on. Indeed all these woke “food” products, these stalking horses for bug meat as food for the non-elite outside the walled billionaire bungalows of abundance; all these foodclots carry with them the whiff of the ancient vegetarian oatmeal burger they once sold in health stores. You remember the ancient “Health Food Stores” that smelled of aluminum foil, rancid bean sprouts, and tainted homeopathic vitamins? You know those stores where everyone inside them that had been “vegetarian” for years looked gaunt to the point of translucence.

Indeed, for all the denigrating of meat by vegetarians and vegans, I note that they hate meat so much they buy endless fake versions of meat compulsively. It’s almost as if something is lacking in their diet. Chik’N, Beyond Meat, Cashew Cheeze, and that hideous juice of the brutally milked almonds… on and on through piles of fauxmeat crapola all chemically slathered with the tastes of burnt, granulated “mouth feel”, and lashings of sweet barbeque sauce (vegan “friendly”). Fauxfood is a blight on the landscape and reduces our essential grain crops as well as our stores of petrochemical byproducts.

And not only is it all fake meat, fake dairy, and fake cheese, it all tastes fake. Fauxmeat’s running on the original lie buried inside brands like “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” where one bite lets you believe it’s not butter. All this fauxfood is a scam and a sham and a hump, pump and dump stock play. Look at this nose-eating COO. Do you think that’s a face that’s beyond meat?

Nope, that’s “Ramsey.” That’s the face of the corporate carnivore you bring in when your Beyond Meat company is tanking and you need to keep it afloat just long enough for your shares to vest and you can sell your way out of the company and into a private jet.

Ramsey has been the operating chief of Beyond Meat since December. The food company has been facing skepticism from investors over disappointing sales, operating challenges, and its long-term growth prospects. The stock has fallen 73% this year, dragging its market cap down to $1.09 billion. Just three years ago, the company was valued at $13.4 billion.

Of course, it is not just this ragged shell of a company that is hemorrhaging money: According to an SEC filing from December, Ramsey will be forced to repay a pro-rated portion of his $450,000 sign-on bonus “if for any reason his employment terminates within one year of his start date.” He is also due to receive a cash bonus of $275,000 to mark the first anniversary of his start date, which he would lose out on if his employment was terminated before December.  

So it’s going to be meatless Mondays for a bit in the Ramsey household. Is it going to be a meatless week in the stores sooner or later when your country doesn’t raise enough meat stock ( Methane bad for atmosphere! Save  planet! Starve  self ! And your little dog too!)

I’ve despised this fake food trend for a long time. It’s the latest in a long line of marketing lies that are spun out of stock-fraud startups. I track the rise and fall of FauxFoods at my local Discount Grocery, the place where over-produced food items go to die. Of late one of their freezer rows has been slowly filling, back to front, with more and more fake food items. This morning I made a visit and took photos of the current fauxfood failures. Here’s a couple:

There are a number of others plus a look into one of the greatest real meat butcher shops (no faux meat ever).  If you are a paying subscriber you can find these at:

New American Digest — American Studies Past Present and Future

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  • Delmar Jackson September 20, 2022, 6:19 PM

    I have had the Italian Tofurkey sausage and it’s probably the best retail nonmeat substitute product I have eaten. It has a very nice flavor and texture. However, in the last 12 months, it hasn’t been available at my store. You might ask why I would buy such a thing. I used to buy them when they were three dollars for a pack of four. The price was very good and I could put that in my freezer when they were on sale. None of the other meat substitutes I have tried taste good on their own. I don’t expect them to taste like meat. But I do expect them to have a taste that’s enjoyable on their own. Except for the one I mentioned none of them have. Also, the price on the fake meat substitutes are often very close to the actual meat product so I might as well buy a real pork chop.

  • Terry September 20, 2022, 6:29 PM

    Fake food. Read the Dr. Joseph Mercola piece in this weeks issue of the Epoch Times, Mind & Body section. Human beings were not designed to consume animal and insect food (vegetables) and then expect to remain healthy.

    Fake meat is just that, fake food, friends. It will kill you in time. We are carnivores. I never have known a practicing Seventh Day Adventist who was healthy.

    Tell B. Gates to shove his bugs as food up his arse.

    • Jack September 21, 2022, 6:37 AM

      Hear, hear for the comment on the Advents. They are an odd and pasty brood but they’ve helped a legion of folks put an end to their smoking habits.

  • Princess Cutekitten September 20, 2022, 9:23 PM

    “…so I ate his nose, with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.”

  • MMinWA September 21, 2022, 7:50 AM

    My diet is protein mostly from grass finished beef, venison, our own raised chickens/eggs and wild caught fish. Throw in some veggies we grow and that’s about it, I’ve been bottling up our end of season bounty and fermenting it, delicious. Maybe a rare loaf of einkorn bread. Don’t touch fast food nor eat out. I’m going to start raising rabbits next spring as well.

    I do miss the sushi I could get when I lived in Denver but with a little effort you can do a lot for yourself.

    I’m not eating no effin bugs.

  • Kevin Dickson September 21, 2022, 8:27 AM

    If mock meat vegetables are so good why do we never see people marketing meat products that are ALMOST as good as vegetables. As an example: Hamburger made to look like real broccoli??
    Asking for a friend.

  • Dirk September 21, 2022, 9:54 AM

    Sheep gonna sheep, they just don’t get it.