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Coke features first gay family to appear in a Super Bowl ad
Sun Feb 2, 2014
Coca Cola should have learned from J C Penny's advertising fiasco and resulting failures: promoting a lifestyle that's inherently unhealthy, rife with mental illness and premature death, and that will never be accepted by so many is not good for business. Corporations should stop trying to advance t …
Ukraine's pro-West opposition urges continued truce
Thu Jan 23, 2014
The brave Ukrainian protestors know they will have no rule of law if the Russians control their government by proxy. That's why they look to Europe, their only hope to get away from the corrupt and evil criminals who control modern Russia. It's no wonder that most people in the miserable post-Soviet …
Sugar vs. corn syrup: Legal battle aims to establish the sweet truth
Thu Jan 23, 2014
It's a real surprise to see that some of the corn syrup industry execs were actually reluctant to lie to the public. Sadly, it seems that lying to customers and employees is acceptable in American corporate culture. One of the many reasons I hope and pray my children won't choose careers in business …
'Sweeter': Do you actually prefer drugstore chocolate to gourmet?
Tue Jan 14, 2014
The sickly American sweet tooth. As they say, "No accounting for bad taste!" Not just chocolate, but cakes, pastries, desserts in general are just too sweet, would taste much better if less sugar (or less infamous high-fructose corn syrup, yuk!) was used. Americans are used to eating sweetening-pump …
'Big plans': Russia looks to revive ailing space program
Thu Dec 26, 2013
The time for big achievements for the USA and Russia has passed. Like the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the USA is in steady decline, just taking longer because there is more money to squander in the west. Space exploration isn't compatible with the get-rich-quick and damn-the-future attitudes …
Louisiana governor defends 'Duck Dynasty' star
Thu Dec 19, 2013
Promoting the homosexual agenda is part of American corporate culture. You get promoted at big corporations if you're pro-homo. If an honest doctor talked about the fact that gay men have the highest rates of HIV infections in the USA, are at high risk for hepatitis and other diseases, have no doubt …
Red Lobster restaurant chain goes on the block
Thu Dec 19, 2013
In reply to: Ken Smith-1172600 #4 Yeah, chain restaraunts love "cheddar" since it has absolutely nothing to do with real cheddar cheese, and is cheap to make out of vegetable oils and artificial flavoring. Whenever you see "shake", not milk shake, "cheddar", not cheddar cheese, etc., you are be …
Consumers have had enough, 'rage survey' says
Tue Dec 10, 2013
In reply to: Meet Joe Black #16 Spot on, and exactly correct. The only thing that corporations consider less important than customers is employees. Customer service and employee costs are "expense centers", not profit centers. That's why customer service is minimized and avoided wherever p …
Icon-o-clash: Ukrainian protesters topple statue of Lenin in Kiev
Sun Dec 8, 2013
Neo-Nazi protesters? Totally wrong. Ukrainians look to Europe because they want the rule of law and reject the totally corrupt, oligarch-controlled system of thug-rule and stagnation that Russia has become. The only law in Russia is money, and if you want justice, you better have lots of it. Let's h …
#WalmartFights: Are you not entertained?
Mon Dec 2, 2013
White trash and ghetto dwellers fighting in the stores on Black Friday while people with $$$ shop safely online. It's the new reality.
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