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Posted: 6 Mar 13 18:48

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It has come to light that the manufacturers of low-cost packets of ham have been using human-derived methane as a means of preserving the meat for longer periods. Unpaid staff who were recruited through the government's back-to-work scheme were forced by the manufacturers to make their contributions to the packets' 'modified atmospheres'. New recruit, John Johnson, explained "we did as we were.....

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Posted: 6 Mar 13 18:48
Great stuff from a new writer, love it.

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Posted: 9 Mar 13 16:03
Nice to see it on here Slante, even if NB were sniffy.

I like that you went with the 'Jobseeker' idea too.

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Posted: 9 Mar 13 19:40
Thanks Mark and hey Crunk... I didn't know that was you otherwise I would have acknowledged it was you who came up with 'jobseeker'!


 
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