Are these 9 foods harder to purchase than a gun?

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The folks over at Mic recently put together a piece showing nine foods which they claim are more difficult to get than a gun.

The article did highlight that in order to purchase a firearm legally, there are some restrictions, depending on the state in which the purchase is made. The writer did not, however, take into account (among a slew of other details) that other things – even some on the list – are bought, sold and traded on the black market on a daily basis.

Nonetheless, while some of the claims are questionable at best, I can certainly appreciate the creativity of the piece.

And with no further ado, here are “9 foods that are harder to buy than a gun.”

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The author did note that you cannot eat food stamps, but explained they were included on the list because they can be used to purchase food items.

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[ Mic ]

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