Response to Recall For “Bath Milk” After Toddler Dies:
Labeling something “for cosmetic purposes” does not free someone of liability, especially considering that facts would suggest people use it for drinking (and that the company is aware) and that it is sold next to other beverages (versus perhaps in a “cosmetic[s]” aisle). The law does not necessarily work to absolve people of liability for simply putting a label on a product and having consumers assume the risk; a court may very well find that for public policy reasons, given the Australian ban on raw milk and its potentially harmful side effects, they would place liability on the company to try to deter this kind of irresponsible behavior. People have the right to drink raw milk if they so choose (except for retail purposes in Australia and several of the states http://www.realrawmilkfacts.com/raw-milk-regulations) but blatantly trying to bypass a regulation through a label is not okay..
That’s a scary mask,bro
Response to A Lot Of People Are Very Upset That An Indian-American Woman Won The Miss America Pageant:
It’s disheartening to see how much hate people carry and what a skewed notion they have of what it means to be ‘American’. Congratulations Nina!
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