What We’re Reading: May 14 – May 20

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  1. Very nice real specially love the way you said exploding watermelons 🙂

    on a serious note some very insight information and really a good real keep up the good work!!

  2. Housing demands now are truly a big problem for those who are first timers. The prices are totally insane. But then, from Sarasota homes for sale, it would be a different story. Many buyers are satisfied with the prices of real estates they received.

  3. Other food safety horror stories from China include adulterated baby milk formula, dumplings made from cardboard (Google it!) and adulterated pet-food. This happens because of the poor to non-existent food and drug regulatory authority in China.

    I wish all the people screaming for less government intervention in the US (where powdered milk will not kill your baby and melons do not explode) would look at what happens in countries with no regulation and put two and two together.