There's a brand new flavor in Lollipop Land and it rhymes with "dressed silk" ... I'll give you a minute.
Need more time? Go ahead, I'll wait.
Yes, if the picture didn't give you enough of a clue, there is now a breast milk lollipop on the market. Adds a whole new level of meaning to "sucker."
And you thought I was kidding.
On a completely different note, and I'm not sure why this caught my eye, but it did: Thrivent Financial, the insurance arm of the Lutheran Church, is opening up its doors to sell insurance to all denominations now, after a 111-year policy of insuring only Lutherans. Another economic victim of waning church attendance in America.
But they are going to open their doors slowly. Thrivent President Brad Hewitt said it is more like "a 50-year, (than) a five-year plan."
They are starting with just friends and family members of their current Lutheran subscribers.
"Everybody find your Lutheran buddy! If you don't have one, get one!" (Oblique Toy Story reference.)
And this just in - uh, two weeks ago - Japan has stopped buying U.S. wheat. Why? Because they fear that wheat genetically doctored by agriculture giant Monsanto may creep into the commercial supply.
These are people who still have rampant radiation running loose in parts of their country. If they're not going to buy our wheat, what does that say about how bad this Monsanto thing is getting?
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