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Message  gerardM le Lun 24 Mar - 17:37

Hi everyone,

Lines hereunder to report what the present situation in (miw of nationalism, precaution, etc):
Susan H.
I went to Walmart for paper goods and took a walk down the frozen/chiller aisles. Overload of so called "natural, farmed and wild caught" food from China. I wouldn't touch that crapola with a ten foot barge pole.
Susan H - I try not to, food from China I won't purchase period. I dumped a lot from my pantry after I started reading about their horrific pollution. Felt like I'd taken a long shower.
I do feel sad for those buying it for their families, I mean fish it is supposed to be good for you right....
Ken O - There track record for cleanliness and corruption is not good, we have got so many warning about some of the food that comes from there if we could write it down it would fill a roll of toilet paper. But sometimes we dont have any control, example, buy a new computer , the intel motherboard and processor, hard drives and such, all manufactured in China. But I got my day in court about a month ago, I bought a little saute pan at Walmart, when the girl rang it up and I was supposed to pay, I said wait, I changed my mind I dont want this, so the girl had to get the manager to void the sale at the register and when she asked me if there was something wrong with it, i told her I dont buy anything made in china
Note:
- "aisle" - I knew aisle was used for planes, Church but didn't know about hypermarkets
However 2 expressions: "the film had us rolling in the aisles" / "to lead sb down the aisle"
- American casual vocabulary
- American naivety
- Am. determination

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Re: American Fooding

Message  gerardM le Lun 24 Mar - 18:40


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Re: American Fooding

Message  MurielB le Lun 24 Mar - 22:23

gerardM a écrit:Hi everyone,

Lines hereunder to report what the present situation in (miw of nationalism, precaution, etc):
Susan H.
I went to Walmart for paper goods and took a walk down the frozen/chiller aisles. Overload of so called "natural, farmed and wild caught" food from China. I wouldn't touch that crapola with a ten foot barge pole.
Susan H - I try not to, food from China I won't purchase period. I dumped a lot from my pantry after I started reading about their horrific pollution. Felt like I'd taken a long shower.
I do feel sad for those buying it for their families, I mean fish it is supposed to be good for you right....
Ken O - There track record for cleanliness and corruption is not good, we have got so many warning about some of the food that comes from there if we could write it down it would fill a roll of toilet paper. But sometimes we dont have any control, example, buy a new computer , the intel motherboard and processor, hard drives and such, all manufactured in China. But I got my day in court about a month ago, I bought a little saute pan at Walmart, when the girl rang it up and I was supposed to pay, I said wait, I changed my mind I dont want this, so the girl had to get the manager to void the sale at the register and when she asked me if there was something wrong with it, i told her I dont buy anything made in china
Note:
- "aisle" - I knew aisle was used for planes, Church but didn't know about hypermarkets
However 2 expressions: "the film had us rolling in the aisles" / "to lead sb down the aisle"
- American casual vocabulary
- American naivety
- Am. determination
I didn't know the expressions "the film had us rolling in the aisles" / "to lead sb down the aisle"and I also found the text naïve but straightforward.

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