Makes all the routine posts.
And there's no deal between Mills and Target. Quite the contrary.
Grape works as a soda. Sort of as a gum. I wonder why it doesn't work as a pie. Grape pie? There's no grape pie. - Larry David
I lost a baby tooth while eating Kaboom.
My favorite cereal is also Wilford Brimley's favorite cereal, and I can't find it in stores anymore.
The site I borrowed this image from would be happy to sell me a box for $6, but I refuse to pay that much for a box of cereal. :thumbdown
Two large publicly traded companies who happened to be headquartered in the same city really has no relevance in how they operate. I really don't think P&G has any special privileges in Kroger.
Basically, it was a lightly frosted KIX like cereal with Pac-Man and ghost marshmellows.
I made no comment that any illegal or special deals were made between the companies - your rather banal imagination came up with that. I qualfied my reason for why those stores carried those products rather clearly (I said "my guess is.."). Don't put words in my mouth. Attack someone or something else.
Not sure where your getting all this. My tone was not meant to be confrontational at all. I was merely analyzing the situation, not trying to put words in anyone's mouth. I certainly never attacked anyone.
I remember Kelloggs being promoted by Hanna Barbera characters alot.
We took a family vacation one summer up to Michigan and while there stopped in Battle Creek and did a tour of the Kelloggs plant. Quite interesting. Then afterwards they gave everyone one of those "snack packs" with all the little boxes of cereal. I remember us kids complaining because the packs had stuff like Special K, Product 19, etc. (Blah!) ...... and we wanted the good stuff, like Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks!
Others I remember....
They're still around, but as a kid I loved "I want my" Maypo!
Last edited by GAC; 03-05-2007 at 03:57 AM.
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