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No way to tell......but think of all the money I have SAVED by learning to cook, cook in bulk, and stay home. The alternative--eating out several times a week--and/or going for expensive steaks at fancy restaurants, would cost far more in the long run over my lifetime, right? Who knows, don't care, the BGE's were worth every penny either way.
But the BGE did get me into the charcoal business, so here's about $50K worth in one corner of the warehouse. Investment or just an excuse to feed all my BGE's????? Hmmmmmm. :-?
Agent for Frito-Lay? Hmmmmmmm....... :-?
Geez, let's talk about something less controversial than all that stuff........
Politics, religion, & guns anyone??? That stuff is tame compared to charcoal and temp controllers here!!
DMW said:Taste the meat, not the heat. Propane and propane accessories.
LOL man. =))
I've been working with the marketing team to develop some sort of "Hank Hill's worst enemy" for Rockwood.
There's some funny ones here already:
Z_Eggineer said:Do you just have to add the following to the bags? Proposition 65 Notice:
WARNING: This product contains a
chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and/or reproduction harm through inhalation, ingestion and/or dermal exposure.
I don't agree with the proposition necessarily, but wouldn't it make business sense to add a significant number of customers?
Not necessarily.......have you seen the settlements & fines from class action lawsuits by "Consumer Cause, Inc." and other group that prey on businesses? Screw that label up or do not make it conspicuous enough, and you're looking at 6-figure fines if these folks take a liking to you. http://oag.ca.gov/prop6 We would have to keep a CA environmental attorney on retainer to monitor those laws and make sure we're compliant.
Besides that, I do not want the words "cancer" or "birth defects" on the product that we ship to the other 49 states that do not require that frightening, redundant, and ridiculous statement. It's carbon monoxide--it comes out of ANYTHING that burns. That's what the big CPSC required label is on there for.
I wish I had the power like Starbucks to thumb their nose at the law and not put the Prop 65 warning on their coffee cups, but I do not. So, much like Smith & Wesson and Ruger just decided, it's just safer not to sell to CA.
Sorry--I really wish I could help you guys out, but there are some bad people out in CA punishing businesses "on your behalf". Unless you get your share of that dirty money, please write your legislators asking for tort reform and the repeal of Prop 65 (or at least how it wrongly applies to an ALL NATURAL / organic product.)