a reply to: Cypress
Yes and while all that may have some truth. Who exactly is going to be ingesting and eating or was going to consuming all of that which was dumped
and wasted. Is it you? Am I going to? Does the fact that some people co-opted put in there time and money to this endeavor have anything to do with
anybody on this thread? Or how about anybody in that town besides the people who co-opted for it? Are you going to go out and buy meat or eggs or
milk from these people? I think it was primarily for there consumption, in fact it was the whole point of it.
So really what is the issue here, these guys are not some huge conglomerate whose product would ever reach your shelf's or mine or anybody on this
thread or site. In all they should definitely sue, after all all of that cost money, and to have some people come in there and trash it all because
they say there helping people is quite faulty, in fact considering none of us would have heard of this even if not for this thread. I would say its
all complete bull.
So what because the milk was not held at proper temperatures they have to dump the whole thing?
Um Ya OK dude! I think I will treat you as a troll or some kid trolling the internet. Nice try but isn't it past your bed time?
OK just messing, but not really sure if your serious?
So OK in 13 years according that article some two thousand got sick some hundreds were hospitalized and two people died sounds bad no doubt. But
then again! Hey since were banning such things why dont we ban processed meats as well, according to this
one in thirty people will
die early because of eating processed meats, and it also says that limiting eating it would prevent about 3,000 early death each year and that is only
WOW that's amazing, who knew eating proceeded meat could kill you. Why I even heard that 3,000 die each year due to chocking related reasons, half
of which is due to chocking to death on peanuts or peanut butter, obviously the next step is to ban peanuts and peanut butter, seems much more of a
hazard then the 2 people that died because they drank unpasteurized milk. What we really need is to put a commity together to burn all those peanuts,
give them the rank and badge to go in to people homes and confiscate there peanut butter and dump it. All for there own good off course.
No offense dude but even if what the article says is true, which even with all those people who got sick and the two that died, well as you can see
its more likely that you or the average person will die chocking on a penut or because you that your life will be shortened because you ate processed
meat then it is that you will ever go to your supermarket and somehow end up drinking unpasteurized milk from a co-op in some states away. If anything
this seems to be more about the fact that they tried to circumvent the whole license thing. And considering that's licenses are a big business in
and itself, it becomes clear what this is about more or less.
I said it before they should just get the dam license and nobody would care about this at all, and it would not be on the news, or on this site or
thread. Its a non issue.