Hi guys! No mingle this week, sorry. :( I've had the busiest last two days, you don't even know. You know why you don't know? Cause I haven't blogged in ages. I'm starting to get really bad about that. I refuse to slide back into not posting for weeks. REFUSE! But yeah, the last couple days I've been at both my jobs, which makes for 10 to 13 hour days. And after that? I don't want to do anything but visit with Ben & Jerry and then go to bed.
Anywork, here's my little tidbit for you today.
Ok, so in this day and age we as a people are becoming more and more health conscience. Companies are starting to seek out better and more natural ingredients. You can find "New! 100% Natural" and "Organic Ingredients!" labels popping up all over the place. Now, I think this is fabulous. I'm all about eating better. However, I have two questions.
1) What *exactly* were you using to begin with?
2) If your product is improved, and, by your pronunciation "the same but better," WHY then do you not stop making the old product with whatever it is you were using and just make the "newer and better" version?
Seriously. I mean, wouldn't that make sense? Item A and Item B are the same. They look the same, they taste the same, they smell the same. Except Item B is made of better stuff and is better for you. Why even bother with Item A? From what I can tell, all you're doing is doubling your production cost and promoting an unhealthy lifestyle.
So I ask you. What do you think? Can you, blogland, shed some light on this for me? What are your thoughts?