Thursday, August 26, 2010
Truth in labeling, department of fishy foods.
The first stage in the Food and Drug Administration's approval process is a 60-day "period of consultation and public meetings," where the FDA will deliberate on such questions as "whether, if the fish is approved for consumption, it must be labelled as genetically engineered." (Let me help you with that one, FDA: Yes, it should be labeled, with a big sign, that says "WARNING: THIS FISH SUGGESTIVE OF OUR INCREASINGLY PROBLEMATIC RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE AND WHAT HEIDEGGER MIGHT CALL THE 'SUPREME DANGER' OF TECHNOLOGY, ALSO, CONTAINS EEL-LIKE BITS, IN THE DNA.")
I propose a guerrilla labeling campaign. This is genius.
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