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You mean the beef in my 89 cent taco is not 100% ground sirloin?!
What next?! My Frankenberry has no real berries in it?
Airborne is amazing stuff! Works like a charm, if you use it in the beginning!
What ever happened to truth in advertizing? God I love my DVR and don't have to subject myself to that crap anymore!
Truth in advertising was shot dead and buried years ago! There is absolute little or no truth or very little in most of the ads and I fine the automobile ads the greatest culprits who will say anything to sell their junk metal, GM being the worst.
Is there not some kind of agency that will challenge what these people claim in their advertising? or does their saying so just make it so and there are enough gullible sheep out there that believe what they are seeing and hearing about a product or service.
Most TV commercials are directed at third grade level content so it's apparent the dummying down of America has worked and that is very sad. Have you seen any European commercials lately? They are approaching some respectability.
funny how the USDA went after taco bell for the additives in their taco meat
yet claim the pink slime put in hamburger is pure beef when indeed it is ammonium oxide (caustic and poisonous according to the MDS sheet) mixed in with the meat trimmings to clean it of bacteria....where was this stuff, on the floor?
Everybody is lying in AMERICA, especially Manufactures!
Ethics, Honor, Loyalty are all dead words! And Stealing is only bad : IF YOU GET CAUGHT!
As for hand sanitizer, never pass up a chance to wash your hands with real soap and water when ever possible. That's just stupid.
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