That truck looks very suspicious. I bet it's full of government agents spying on organized crime!
That cow looks like a sheep and I'm afraid that's not a coincidence...
That quote is like reading a headline ("Woman Won Lottery"). "Government Inspected Meats." Yeah, so? Oh…do they mean they sell government-inspected meats? The hyphen strikes again.
I prefer "Shirley's Government-Glanced-At Veal."
Which government ?
the canadian government! I suppose... I am afraid I am not up on which level of government inspects meat in this city.
small cows, big pigs.
Lavergne Western Beef. Oh, so you sell beef? No, we sell pork and beef. So, why isn't your company called Lavergne Western Pork and Beef? Because it's Lavergne Western Beef. Do you sell eastern beef (whatever that is)? No, dammit, the company is Lavergne Western Beef! Look at the sign! But the sign says you sell pork and beef. And you have a picture of a pig on the truck. Oh never mind.
Yeah... pork and beef... yet there's a picture of a sheep.I think the truck is blates a bad disguise for some kind of.. "meat inspector" (Slogan: I swear I'm from the government)
yeah i thought for sure that was a sheep too, until i actually read the other comments.
"Good enough for government work," as they say...
This is the best butcher shop around. Their meats are fresh. You city dwellers keep buying your meats at your grocery store (IGA, Loblaws etc). You keep getting shafted for quality and price. They change the labels on expired products and make them good again. Manwhile, I'm buyinbg fresh meat at a really good price At Lavergne's! They sell so much that it doesn't have time to expire!They have the best reputation around, so don't bash companies you don't know!
whoa, anonymous, settle down. I'm not sure you get the point of this blog. Nobody is making fun of the company, just their punctuation.
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