Eww gross. Trump K-Cup coffee exists.
At least it’s not soup.
It’s from “Trump Marks Fine Foods LLC” in case you’re wondering. And here are a whole bunch of other Trump marks in case you’re hungry.
Which of course, you will be if you rely on Meals on Wheels or after-school programs for your children.
“We can’t spend money on programs just because they sound good. And Meals on Wheels sounds great — again, that’s a state decision to fund that particular portion to. But to take the federal money and give it to the states and say, look, we want to give you money for programs that don’t work — I can’t defend that anymore.”
“They’re supposed to help kids who don’t get fed at home get fed so they do better in school. Guess what? There’s no demonstrable evidence they’re actually doing that. There’s no demonstrable evidence of actually helping results, helping kids do better in school.”
–White House budget director Mick Mulvaney, press briefing, March 16, 2017
March 17, 2017 No Comments
Oh my goodness, what a waste.
Mr. Trump goes to a DC steakhouse and eats a well-done steak with ketchup. Sorry cows. This is worse than ketchup on a hot dog. Or catsup.
Either way, we’re in way over our heads.
February 27, 2017 No Comments
This is what makes America great. Novelty hot sauce. And irony. For lovers and haters.
January 28, 2017 No Comments
This proposition would require food manufacturers to label genetically modified foods.
That’s it. This is only about labeling food.
Here’s why I am voting yes on Proposition 37.
1. I don’t know enough about GMO foods. You don’t either.
2. You are what you eat.
3. Imagine purchasing food without a list of ingredients. This is a turning point, folks.
4. Again, all this proposition does is make it so food is properly labeled. Honestly, this should have happened long ago.
Direct from the Official Voter Information Guide:
A YES vote on this measure means: Genetically engineered foods sold in California would have to be specifically labeled as being genetically engineered.
It’s really that simple. Yes on 37.
UPDATE 11/7/12: Well, it looks like Big Food won this round by scaring everybody into thinking this would lead to higher food prices. Prop 37 was defeated 53% to 47%.
Too bad. If this line of reasoning made sense we would never see the words “New look — Same great taste!” slapped across package design. Labeling products simply would not have been an expensive undertaking.
However, GMO foods are not going away anytime soon. It’s a pretty good bet this consumer rights issue isn’t going away anytime soon either. Stay tuned.
November 2, 2012 1 Comment
Finally! Something both sides of the political spectrum can agree upon. The Burnt Impressions Obama Toaster. The left gets to see the leader of the free world immortalized on toast, while the right gets to make jokes about the president being toasted in the polls. And then everybody gets to eat toast! See? Politics is easy.
December 5, 2011 No Comments
There’s something extremely comforting about knowing what things are what. Some of us like to have this information explicitly spelled out for us. However, these Potato Scrubbing Gloves may cause some confusion. Although they are clearly marked “potato”, I don’t believe they would fry up too nicely. If you don’t want to risk being labeled a potato yourself, veer away from these somewhat confusing gloves.
As a side note, there’s a joke in here somewhere about Dan Quayle not wearing his potato mittens to school as a child, but I’m too lazy to find it. Hmm… seeing as that is such a couch potato maneuver, maybe these gloves aren’t such a bad fit after all!
September 4, 2009 No Comments