Monday, June 29, 2020
I saw Lane Bryant's sign on the door and my first thought was, Lane Bryant
is saving lives. When you go into a business you want to feel safe, but
shouldn't the people working there feel safe too? It's not right that people
without masks are allowed to go into businesses, and spread deadly germs.
I don't understand how a business can expect their employees to willingly
put their lives at risk for no reason at all. If the customers can be protected,
why can't employees be protected too? As a business, do you really want
people coming in and making your employees sick?
Any business that doesn't require a face covering is greedy, disgusting, and
uncaring. Lane Bryant, thank you for saving lives.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
I know I write about chemicals a lot, but I find it appalling that so many
items we use are potentially harmful to our health. I'm constantly seeing
more products with the California Proposition 65 warning label on them.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
I try to avoid any product that has this label on it, but it's getting harder
to avoid. So far I've seen this label on...game systems, cellphones, back-
packs, jewelry, watches, microwaves, cellphone cases, eye glasses, shoes,
curling irons, cameras, gingerbread houses, electrical tape, and purses!
I don't understand why our government is allowing us to be poisoned.
How can we be healthy if we are constantly using products that are hurting
You have to thoroughly read everything before you buy it. Read the package
from top to bottom, because sometimes the warning is on the bottom of the
package. These corrupt companies aren't gonna protect you; you have to
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
I bought a "healthy" frozen meal and everything in it seemed natural until
I read the ingredient potassium chloride.
According to WebMD, potassium chloride is a medication and it's a min-
eral supplement used to treat or prevent low amounts of potassium in the
On npr.org in the article Lethal Injection Drugs' Efficacy And Availability
For Federal Executions, it is explained how potassium chloride is a part of
the "three-drug cocktail" used in lethal injections.
Encyclopedia.com says that all major sources of potassium chloride have
their original origin in sea water. The website also lists potassium chloride
as a mixture of potassium and chlorine.
After researching potassium chloride, I'm still a little nervous about eating
it, so I'll probably try to avoid it.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
I love to read. Some of my favorite things to read are packages, boxes,
cans, and bottles. I don't just read the front where all the big words are.
I enjoy reading the fine print where all the real information is.
I've heard that food in cans is just as healthy as fresh food, but that's a
lie. I bought a can of pork and beans, and a can of diced tomatoes that
both bragged about their NON BPA LINERS. The tomatoes can, even
had the nerve to mention it is NON GMO Project VERIFIED, and
how it's 100% natural. Both cans failed to mention that they contained
According to Google, calcium chloride is a white crystalline salt used to
de-ice roads and as a drying agent. On msdsonline.com, the website says
calcium chloride poses some serious health and safety hazards.
Why is this chemical being allowed in our food? So what do you
think? Is our food poisoning us?
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
I'd been using this syrup for about a month when I decided to read
the back: Refrigerate after opening. I thought to myself...What?
This isn't maple syrup, which does have to be refrigerated. I was
using cheap store brand pancake syrup. Pancake syrup is supposed
to be able to be stored at room temperature. I researched pancake
syrup a little, and I read nowhere that you should refrigerate it.
So why does Kroger brand pancake syrup require refrigeration? I
called the 1-800 number to find out. The lady on the phone wanted
to know the product's barcode and then she confirmed the item I
had. I asked her why the syrup had to be refrigerated and she said,
"It's fine in the pantry, but it's recommended to be refrigerated for
better quality and flavor." Her answer still doesn't make much sense
to me. Either it should be refrigerated or it shouldn't. Maybe Kroger
should borrow the sentence from the back of Heinz Tomato Ketchup:
For best results, refrigerate after opening.