All I did was ask questions.
You falsely stated repeatedly that I threatened you. When asked for a showing, you can’t because I never did, which means that you libeled me, repeatedly. I do ....
All I did was ask questions.
You falsely stated repeatedly that I threatened you. When asked for a showing, you can't because I never did, which means that you libeled me, repeatedly. I don't appreciate being libeled. When confronted, your only answer has been to resort to repeatedly insinuating I am a liar, yet you also can't show a single time where I ever lied, because I never did.
suppliers take the necessary actions for compliance with laws that protect the Public. They also keep appropriate records, and pay appropriate taxes. Good manufacturing practice, proper product packaging and environment, and labeling laws are some areas where regulations apply.
Those who skirt the laws present a potential threat for many possible reasons I won't get into. But its not fair to reputable dealers like JCrows and others who take steps to comply with the law, to permit people selling products for human consumption not in accord with standard good manufacturing practice, proper product labeling, ensuring clean environment, product purity, etc. to do so.
I never went into the business of selling iodine, or anything for that matter, because the regulatory hurdles seemed too high for the return I'd realize. Part of it was the liability issue. Moreover, most neighborhoods have specific deed restrictions against running chemical supply businesses out of residential dwellings, and I don't have a lab. Further, residential insurance companies can deny claims if chemicals are present since most policies also contain stipulations forbidding same. The prospect of selling Iodine
was especially non-attractive to me, additionally because there are people out there who divert it for illicit use, such as manufacturing methamphetamine. I'd never want to be associated with having knowingly or otherwise aided and abetted someone make that crap, because it ruins lives.
That's just me. I understand others might not believe as I do, and that is their choice.
If you're selling iodine, as it appears you may be from your recent posting, I hope you have some form of Quality Assurance program or policy, bottle sterilization, proper labeling, and otherwise comply with all applicable regulations, including safety equipment and proper storage provisions, especially if children are present. If you're selling Iodine
products, I'd be curious to know the fluoride and iodate content and which analytical methods are used.
We are a nation of laws, not men, and we have laws for a reason, mostly to protect the innocent, and public. Otherwise people would run around just doing what they want. Without the appropriate safeguards, it is possible for inadvertent events such as poisonings to occur. Even the local taco stand, has to have inspections. Those inspections protect the public !! You might not like me writing this, but I might actually be doing you a favor by pointing these things out. If you're already aware of them, then you likely have your bases covered. If you're aware of them and are ignoring them, I think that's not a good thing.