Let me quote Stefen Loran with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency as
part of a communication to us today, February 10, 2001.
"""1) Linking your logo and trade names "Lifespan (clock)" and
"nutritional stress" on your label is not permitted as this claim gives
the impression to the consumer that eating the bar, compared to other
foods, will selectively increase life span. Remove references to
nutritional stress. Please also note that if "extropian lifespan" means
increased or extended life span, then this would also be considered a
violation of the Canadian food labelling regulations and subsequently
must be removed from the label."""
I'm furious with this attitude on behalf of those who openly aspouse to
"protect the stupid by not providing information which they might not
I have composed a response to protect our position.
J Corbally wrote:
>> Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2001 14:36:11 -0500
>> From: Michael Lorrey <email@example.com>
>> Subject: Re: Fwd: [la-grg] Alliance for Aging Research Political
>> Count me in on that Max, I've been doing work on this already in the
>> green/anarchism activist lists. Why don't we set up an online
>> I can do one at exi-freedom if you want, its easy to set up. You
>> want to set up a special group at egroups (now Yahoo) for members to
>> contribute to automatically.
> Would it, in general, be a good idea when organizations such as this
> one release a statement openly proposing something beneficial to our
> ideas and goals, to send a polite email to them expressing one's
> approval for their stance? It seems a logical thing to do, and I get
> the impression many here already do this, but I wanted to be sure.
> James..."If you can't take a little bloody nose, maybe you ought to go
> back home andcrawl under your bed. It's not safe out here. It's
> wondrous, with treasuresto satiate desires both subtle and gross. But
> it's not for the timid."-Q, Star Trek:TNG episode 'Q Who'
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