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Hey "Cracker Lawsuit"

I guess you haven't done your research regarding the fact that EVERY OTHER NATION either bands GMOs all together, or REQUIRES STRICT LABELING due to the distressing findings during lab tests. I'm not saying "science" is a bad thing, but choosing to make a quick buck over public safety... well that I have a problem with.

Posted by Connie
16 November 2012 | 00h55

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