It's incredible how far technology has come in my lifetime. As my name implies, I've been around for many, many (many) years. As such, I've seen the world advance and revolutionary inventions come and go. However, nothing's changed society quite as fast as the internet has. Why, just twenty years ago, if I wanted to know where to get beef jerky, I would have had to poll my friends, consult the phone book, or wander from grocery store to grocery store until I found what I was looking for. Before that, it was mostly just following smoke signals and the sweet, sweet scent of smoked meat on the morning air...it makes me all misty-eyed just thinking about it.
Oh, how things have changed. Now, it's easy for just about everyone to get beef jerky online. Here's how to order beef jerky online.
Dried Meat Right at Your Fingertips
Fortunately, the high-protein snacks of your dreams are just a mouse click away. Simply type beef jerky online into your handy computerized search bar, and the magical internet fairies will direct you to hundreds of different dried meat purveyors. Or, you can make it easy on yourself and point your Netscape Navigator (is that still a thing?) directly to oldtrapper.com.
You'll be glad to know that I make buying beef jerky online pretty easy. Just click the "Shop Jerky" button, and you'll land on my products page, where you can browse through all my smoked snacks until you find the ones you like best. Maybe you prefer traditional beef jerky. Perhaps my beef sticks are your personal favorite. Just add the products you want to your cart, fill out your shipping and payment information, and you're all set. Congratulations! You just ordered beef jerky online.
How to Order Beef Jerky Online: Forever Snacking
Is ordering beef jerky online as great an invention as the automobile or antibiotics? Probably not. But that doesn't mean it's still not amazing. Sometimes I imagine myself telling a younger version of myself about everything I've seen over my long life. I'm sure he would be flabbergasted at the thought of air travel or a simple way to procure beef jerky without visiting an actual mercantile.
Snacking has been around as long as humans have. Luckily, we keep inventing new ways of making it easier. What will the next hundred years bring for the always hungry? Drone beef jerky delivery? Snack teleportation? Pneumatic tube delivery? Who knows! But I can't wait to find out.