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This man is an Australian milk inspector......
|He condemns milk and is the scourge of the farmer|
(Note: The muslin shoulder bag contains a personal maturing cheese he made some months ago and is keeping warm in his armpit. More detail and full recipe at http://agapakis.com/cheese.html where you will discover that many of the stinkiest cheeses are hosts to species of bacteria closely related to the bacteria responsible for the characteristic smells of human armpits or feet.
...and milk inspectors abound the world over........
( John Cheese, formerly with the Ministry of Agriculture)
(Dairy Queen quality control)
Mixtures of milk and meat (Hebrew: בשר בחלב, basar bechalav, literally "meat in milk") are prohibited according to Jewish law. This dietary law, basic to kashrut, is based on a verse in the Book of Exodus, which forbids "boiling a (kid) goat in its mother's milk" (Source Wikipedia)
(former unemployed magician, re-trained)
(after removing all nutritious melamine for use as an additive for baby food, the milk is poured on the farmland)
(Makes a well balanced cheese)
The Ultimate Inspector....