No.17 "The Living Tree of Life." Yes well it's hardly likely to be the Dying Tree of Life is it?
This must be the companion piece to the one with the soldier. This piece highlights what 10 years of two wars has done to the US economy.
Is the soldier part of the piece? Is it a comment on the banality of war in the 21st Century? LOL
Given how much of Georgia's economy is agricultural I am surprised this bill passed into law. The farmers know full well there's going to be a shortage of labor if they abide by this statute. Perhaps they intend to ignore it? What you wont see is native Georgians working the fields, that's for certain. What you might see is food rotting in the fields.
I realize this place is closed now because of lease issues but if Craft was supposed to be about "local and organic" what the hell is Cliff doing when he orders Waygu and Tasmanian sea trout, btw Cliff Tasmanian not Tazmanian. When was the last time you saw a Japanese cow being reared in GA? Could Tasmania possibly be any more the opposite of local?
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