In Wednesday's The Number, CNN's Erin Burnett talks about why Samsung could be the new Apple.
after bringing us the Miami cannibal story last week, I went to Whole Foods Market in Venice, California on Friday and could not believe my eyes. There were 4 large sacks of various types of bath salts placed near the entrance of teh storeas a special promotion on the main aisle of the store near the entrance, and a salesman praising the product. I asked him if he had heard of the doglike man having chewed off another man's face after getting high on bath salt. He did, indeed, hear of the story, but was of the opinion that what people do with the merchandise they purchase is not his business. The same applies to alcohol, he said. Never have I seen bath salts being promoted in such a way, especially in Venice, California. Whole Foods Market immediately adverstised bath salts right after the story from Miami hit the news (I guess in the hopes to sell as much of the bath salts as they possibly can to man-eating creatures). I pray that
every Whole Foods Shopper reads my comment and acts thereafter accordingly.
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