Should small food be labeled with warnings?
Should foods such as hot dogs, peanuts and hard candy, which the American Academy of Pediatrics says are choking hazards, be required to have warning labels? SARA JAGROOP SARA JAGROOP, Fairborn: "I never heard of anyone dying after choking on a hot dog.
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#1 Apr 16, 2010
NO! Stupid people choking thins the herd, who do more breeding than reading in any case, such stupid-people printing and warnings being a waste.
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