Elite Herd Stirs Againgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
Nestle has decided it doesn't want all these divisions afterall. Who needs all this frivolous and annoying work? The letters "Y2K" avoided at all costs.
It just sold its entire cheese making production, and is now putting up for sale Hills Brothers coffee and MJB.
No surprise, Proctor & Gamble is sitting on the sidelines like Pacman contemplating gobbling up those competitive coffee divisions.
It sure looks to me like the elite herd is starting to panic, and the game of survival of the fittest has begun in earnest.
-- Paula (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 04, 1999
Behold the power of cheese.
-- CD (email@example.com), December 04, 1999.
Not trying to dis you here but all of your posts seem to suggest that you may be suffering from some sort of food conspiracy syndrome. Of course, with a handle like chowbabe what should one expect? Breathe deeply.
-- Ready (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 04, 1999.
so what does this prove?
-- (email@example.com), December 04, 1999.
Ready, obviously you haven't read All of Paula's posts. I don't know if I have either, cause it's impossible to read everything on this site, but Paula is a ChowChow lover.(if I read her post correctly) An animal lover, like myself. Me, I'm into ferrets. I'm Still trying to figure out how that big, big,Big, BIG spirit got into such a teeny-tiny body. Yeah, this mustalid's smarter than most people.
-- DoorBabe (tomG@h.com), December 04, 1999.
Poetic justice for what Nestle did in Chille. All those malnurished and retarded babies, all for a buck.
-- Hokie (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 04, 1999.