Tonight when I was buying some milk for the girls to drink, a little lady at our local grocery store approached me and told me that if I bought a box of the ‘new’ milk, they would give me a box of the ‘old’ milk for free.
I politely said no thanks… but she persisted, why wouldn’t anyone want FREE MILK?!
Then I took the wimpy route, I said that “my wife” would not allow our kids to drink ‘old milk’… then I gave a shrug and walked away with my ‘new milk’.
I know, it’s been real quiet around here at stevewebel.com, there are a few reasons for this. Besides being extremely busy, I just haven’t been able to get motivated to post anything here. This is mostly due to the issue that my last post cryptically refers to… milk in China. It’s depressing.
BEIJING (AP) — China’s Cabinet vowed a complete overhaul of the scandal-ridden dairy industry Monday, pledging to inspect every link from the farm to the dinner table to try to restore public trust in Chinese-made food products.
In its strongest action yet, China’s highest level of government called the industry “chaotic” and acknowledged there was a lack of oversight.