August 17, 1959
As a matter of fact, most cases of food poisoning are never linked back to their source.
I try to persuade people to act in ways that are not only in their own interest, but in the interest of society at large.
Different people, in good faith, can look at the same fact and interpret it differently. But that's where an interesting conversation begins.
Fast food is popular because it's convenient, it's cheap, and it tastes good. But the real cost of eating fast food never appears on the menu.
I'm just angry at the sort of things that are winding up in ground beef. I'm angry that other people - mainly children - are going to be sickened by eating a hamburger.
Fast food chains spend a large amount of marketing to get the attention of children. People form their eating habits as children so they try to nurture clients as youngsters.
One might expect that the families of murder victims would be showered with sympathy and support, embraced by their communities. But in reality they are far more likely to feel isolated, fearful, and ashamed, overwhelmed by grief and guilt, angry at the criminal-justice system, and shunned by their old friends.