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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    December 29, 2012



    "The state doesn't want people having that much sugar"???

    Do you really think Coke or any other corporation would quit selling a product that people are buying like crazy and that they're making a huge profit on for that reason? The guys in the board room would have a big laugh at that one. If they thought the government was interfering they'd just divert a few million to some lobbyist to take care of the problem.

    Diane Meyer

    Bruce, I believe that's true, I've heard that is why Coke changed out the size of the bottled 6 packs in Illinois and St. Louis area. On the other hand they then added giant 32 ounce single bottles. But for my purposes that giant bottle is ridiculous.


    Just continued interference by the free market system by the government, which reduces our freedom and make products and services more expensive. Who could think this is good policy?


    Regulations are required to ensure our food is safe. I guess the problem is the don't check with Ron first, to see what is or isn't permissible.

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