Do your customers know what you're going to be serving them? I'd be super tempted to clue them in. Make it part of a sales pitch. "Step right up and get a bowl full of Britain's finest powdered soup! That's right, no fresh, natural, healthful ingredients here; just good old fashioned dehydrated, tasteless veg and loads and loads of lovely chemicals! What? No takers? =puzzled face=
My gripe of the moment: Bigotry in the name of love (not really sure how that's meant to work). A friend I respect in a lot of ways posted the linked article below on facebook. We don't always see eye to eye when it comes to religious issues, but I tend to be a "let everyone believe what they want as long as they don't hurt others" kind of person, so I let it be. I'm having a hard time with this one, I have to admit. http://stonethepreacher.com/2012/06/07/ ... goers.html
Wow...just wow. You might as well be telling black people that they're sinning by being black, but it's okay. Being black is a sin, but it's not THE sin, so they might
not go to hell for it. Oh, and while you're at it, why don't you apologize for all of the racists of the world who are too small minded to realize that name-calling and violence is the wrong way to go about letting minorities know they're inferior.
BTW, Pastor, sir, way to judge the book by a cover you only *assume* it's wearing. So much for your
so-called "loving" god.