26 thoughts on “Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?

  1. Doesn’t NaCl lack the crucial element that is the very definition of something that is organic? It’s been 20+ years since changing my major senior year from Chen to the dismal science (p chem and differential equations killed me) but ISTR a little bit of it.

    Oh, wait, 19 years.

    • Liberals are the dumbest people on the planet. They’ll buy anything labeled “organic” to make themselves feel better. And the irony is, they complain that Corporate America is screwing them.

      No, really!

      • I live in farm country, organic means it was fertilized using manure, and no pesticides. The farms around here use a lot of manure, but they have to rotate the fields–i.e. you put manure on field this year it can not be used for food crops has to be used for a non food crop or left fallow.

        If at a farmers market always ask if manure was used on the field and when, if they say this year then DO NOT buy.

  2. Eh, I saw milk labeled “gluten free” the other day. Stupid people will fall for anything.

    • A few years ago, Rush Limbaugh did one of my favorite routines that went something like this:
      “I’m sitting here eating French fries. With salt. Cooked in trans fats. And I’m drinking a Big Gulp.”

      Of course he broadcast it from his studio in Florida. Nanny Bloomberg must have been boiling and he couldn’t do a thing about it. Ha!

  3. I toured a salt mine outside of Krakow. It was amazingly dry and cool, and one of the least “organic” places I have ever been.

    There are times when I despair of the sense of the average consumer.

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