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I hope everyone gets a kick out of this, I did.

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Yeap me either as much as I can avoid it.

Wildgreens Level 7 May 29, 2018

I agree!

HippieChick58 Level 9 May 28, 2018

We need radioactivity meters to test our food in stores BEFORE BUYING ANY. ...Obusha Obombney signed the evil law that repealed GMO CONTENT LABELING IN MANY STATES. ...you cannot trust either Blues or Reds VOTE GREEN to save lives

GreenAtheist Level 8 May 28, 2018

You are so right they should have something in the store to detect that before you buy it.

@Sheannutt Ukraine sells the detectors online most popular downwind from Chernobyl ....USA stores have cameras to detect secret testing and arrest us for trespassing

@GreenAtheist wow did not know that, I learn something new everyday. Thank you

@GreenAtheist Your comment about Obama repealing the GMO labeling act is not really correct. Vermont's law required all products containing GMO's to be clearly labeled on the package. He signed a bill that required all packaged foods to be labeled, but it also allowed manufacturers to use things like QR codes, which is not the clear labeling initiative Vermont had. While it fell short of what most GMO opponents wanted, at least it requires a manufacturer to state if the food contains genetically engineered ingredients, prior to this bill being passed, there was NO federal requirement for a company to label a food that contains GMO's. So it's not perfect, but better than it was. Source: [fortune.com]

@TheoryNumber3 caving to corporations denies our full rights to know easily and instantly. ...janitors have rights to know bleach is in their mop water but no right to know food contents

@GreenAtheist When don't they cave to corporations? But you're right. They're required by law to re-label every time there's a minor change in ingredients. But suddenly it's too expensive to add a few words to the existing label.