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None of your concern!

The audacity of people! What is wrong with people? Why don't they just shut up and trust Monsanto and our government agencies?
Who cares what chemicals are being ingested in your children? It's not like they aren't going to get sick and die someday anyway.
I've had enough of these nut jobs and conspiracy cranks who think they are entitled to know what's in the foods they eat.
I mean, what kind of person supports this nonsense?

Get a life!

Posted by CatDog
07 August 2012 | 18h17

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