Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 at 11:37 am
My question is why are the owner and plant managers of the peanut factories in Georgia and Texas not being charged with murder and attempted murder when they knew all along that their product was tainted and would be poisonous to consumers that bought their product. Nine people died as a result and numerous others became sick. Can anyone answer this question for me because I am at a loss.
Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 1:35 pm
What’s up with Pizza Hut? After over 20 years of loyalty to eating mostly Pizza Hut pizzas, one of the new bosses at Pepsico (now owners of PH)decides to stop selling PORK sausage as a topping… say WHAT???? Even the personel at my local PH are confused why they, the PH home office, would decide to do this. Oh yeah, their excuse is–We’ve gone healthy…hell-the -as in… pasta swimming in Alfredo, and cheeses and bacon, not to mention the newest dish that’s so slimming…Lasagna! Come on man….give us back our pork sausage! Oh, and I was also told they want to cut their name to “The Hut”…..go figure….
Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 1:19 pm
The companies that are paying ridiculous amounts of money to make commercials to lure in customers. It’s shameful to have to purchase some items I need that are sold by companies whose prices are so high that they can spend exorbitant amounts of money to put their product on tv. Shame on the tv companies for asking such prices too. Since we are already watching, who gives a crap about a dancing bear selling me cereal, just go on tv, say “buy my product” and if the product is good people will buy it. Even scaling back how often a commercial airs could save money. For heaven’s sake, who needs to be told 15 times a day how good Tide works, or that It’s Miller Time? Of course, there are so many new products out there competing for consumer consumption, it verges on crazy. Yeah, if those companies can afford to spend that much on advertising, then they are over-charging consumers to pay for them. Are companies supposed to publish to the public how much it cost to make their product?
Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 12:55 pm
Yesterday I saw a story on-line that stated Cameron Diaz will receive $15 MILLION dollars to voice Shrek III….what the heck?