posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 02:34 PM
Ridiculous? Obviously! Too little, too late? Irrelevant!
The decision to temporarily stop selling the cooking device, which is meant to cook food at a high pressure, was not a corporate-wide decision,
Chief Marketing Officer Pat Connolly told HuffPost. Connolly said that some managers of stores near the location of the bombing decided to pull the
"Some of them had friends and relatives who were impacted by everything," he added.
I'm not trying to be insensitive, but this just leaves me shaking my head. As if, New York, L.A., Bellevue, Orlando, Portland, Anchorage or any
other city doesn't have pressure cookers on their shelves.
The pressure-cookers are not the enemy people!!!!
Should Boston take nails off the shelves because they were used?
Should Boston take backpacks off the shelves?
Should Boston take Chechens off the streets?
I know this was decided by a couple of local store managers but, COME ON MAN!!! Get real!
AND this is only temporary, meaning after an unknown amount of time, we will apparently all forget pressure cookers were ever used as bombs.
Local Boston store managers -- if you're sooooooo concerned a copycat will conduct another bombing... don't you think you should've pulled these
from the shelves.... i don't know... maybe TUESDAY APRIL 16!!??!?!?