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Posted by txilar on October 12, 2002 at 23:43:29:

In reply to: Re: This is getting ridiculous! posted by Maureen on October 12, 2002 at 07:16:17:

I'm confused at all the hyperbole everywhere- Mark posted guidelines
which are basically what Catherine is doing. If his are okay, and
they are what she is doing, then her's are okay.

If there are many different resources for getting a product, you
know, Kmart, Kroger, Walmart and Munchy's Quickstop all sell Haagen
Dazs, then the issue isn't that they carry it, but what the heck is
in it? If I run down to Munchy's and send CCJ a sample and you sell
it too and demand that what I sent couldn't possibly represent
yours... well, if it ultimately came from the same primary source
then it's the same thing. Maybe you freeze yours better than
Munchy's, I don't know.

It just looks like the issues weren't methodology for a while there
for some. I just know now what henna *not* to buy. Anything that is
other than henna. If I sold it, I'd know what henna not to stock.
Anything that is other than henna. I'd love to send Catherine a
sample of henna that I buy here locally, but the store was out last
time I checked. I have a feeling Suraj wouldn't say that I didn't
accurately represent the henna he sells if I did that.

Bottom line, I see this process as one which improves henna for all.
Anyone with a questionable product is now found out and they won't be
selling/supplying it any longer I bet. This is a new process, but it
shows us the inside of the box that no one was allowed to open. Some
people seem to think that opening the box from the bottom is no good,
that you have to open it from the top. Some people seem to be scared
to look at all.

It's open and we've learned. It's a *good* thing!

peace,
txilar

 


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