Reversed Argument Galore – US Food Industry on Sales

Reverse logic, you might listen to one being uttered once in a while, and as you recognize it, you just wanna pull your hair, and say “it’s either you are so obtuse or you are so evil”

A sample of reverse logic: ………..

I can’t, I can’t think of any, it just to mindbogglingly dumb to utter a reverse logic.

But I just (Sunday, May 30th 2010) read plenty reverse logic in an article in The New York Times, it’s about the American Packaged Food Industry resistance to reducing salt in Packaged Food.

The article can be found here:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/30/health/30salt.html?src=me&ref=general

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I thought Hyundai Genesis had a chance, then comes the 2011 Jaguar XJ

I like the Genesis a lot, I think it provides great value.

I like the size, the safety equipment, the sound system, the gadgetry, and I don’t really car about the brand issue. I like it so much, as it launched, I called Hyundai Indonesia to find out when they’re going to import the car, on which the sales manager says “Huh?”; sad really, he needs to be reminded what a Genesis is.

I then called a car importer to ask about the Genesis, upon which this sales manager scoffs and says “we don’t do Hyundai’s”, ignorant fucks doesn’t understand value I say.

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