Monday, October 15, 2007

Faster Than A Speeding, Lead Bullet ... The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll

We're back, with The Garlic's Weekly Poll!

What started out, in the Dog Days of Summer, of taking a week, or two, respite, turned into ... Well ... We got kind of lazy and carried away with the new-found freedom ...

At least we left a poll up that had legs ... Is there anything that isn't being recalled today?

Lead hasn't been in the news this much since Murder Incorporated was in business ... Or, the old George Reeves "Adventures of Superman" show aired, and it was one of the many episodes of Superman being saved by a house built of lead, a lead shield ... Something prominent that was made of lead that Lois or Jimmy would happen to come up with.

Now, you have to think, if Superman was real, how would he, after all, believing in that "Truth, Justice and the American Way" thing, deal with the Bush Grindhouse?

The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll August 14 - October 14, 2007

Fearful of China, the Bush Grindhouse is calling Mattel's Toy Recall ...

1. The Exploration of Healthy Toys Tally 36%

2. A new terrorist threat, probably committed by al Qaeda in Iraq Tally 35%

3. The Clean Shelves Act Tally 17%

4. A Faith-Based Cultural Withdrawal Tally 11%

This week’s Poll - If Al Qaeda in Iraq is vanquished, President Bush will have to ...

Scroll up to the top right corner to place your vote

Bonus Links

Citing toy recalls, safety agency seeks more resources

Baby's first lead; All the recent toy recalls have revived fears about toddlers and toxins. How should parents protect their children?

Barbie's home ruled a toxic site; Lead-tainted toys continue to be recalled. But toy makers and China don't deserve all the blame. U.S. regulators have been napping.

China threatens 'nuclear option' of dollar sales

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