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Michael Jordan Launches New Anti-Green Business Venture

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In an effort to ruin our planet just a lit bit more, Michael Jordan has released his own line of steaks, chops and general debauchery for the red-meat loving so and so in your life.

Say what you want about the meat-industry, but it’s absolutely undeniable that beef just might just be the very worst thing for the environment since Sarah Palin. With its resource-sucking capabilities, beef makes a Boeing 727 look like a hybrid car. And Michael Jordan is eager to contribute…for a price.

On his site you will find “cleverly” named meat products, including a $449.95 “Dream Team” package which includes a schmorgisborg of Jordan’s “best” heart-attack inducing cuisine.

If you ask me, vegetarian athlete extortionate John Salley should release HIS own line of seitan steaks for the more environmentally-conscious diners of the world. But hey, that’s just me!

What do you think about Jordan’s new business venture? Will you be purchasing some Jordan beef? Chime in and share your thoughts!!

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