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Happy June Dairy Month

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  • Robert Cohen
    Happy June Dairy Month June is the month for dads, grads and dairy ads. Ads? That s right. June is National Dairy Month! How is the rest of the world
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      Happy June Dairy Month

      June is the month for dads, grads and dairy ads.
      Ads? That's right. June is National Dairy Month!

      How is the rest of the world celebrating? Today Japan
      will announce its 19th case of Mad Cow Disease. Today
      Scotland will learn that 50 persons may have been
      exposed to Mad Cow Disease through skin grafts. A
      school in Canada (Alberta) is considering banning milk
      because two of its students suffer potentially deadly
      allergic reactions when exposed to bovine proteins. In
      China, powdered milk continues to be removed from
      shelves because of an excessive iodine content.

      In America, the average liter of milk contains 319
      million pus cells. so, in honor of June being National
      Pus Month, we have a suggested motto for milk producers
      to replace their absurd "Gotmilk?" campaign: Have you
      had your billion (pus cells) today?

      Get ready for milkmustachmania. An enormous campaign
      is about to be waged. Make no mistake about it. This
      is war. You are the intended target and the victim.

      Make no mistake about what is coming. Your senses
      are about to be bombarded by the well financed
      and brilliantly planned dairy invasion.

      Be prepared to read thousands of pro-dairy articles.
      Next Wednesday's New York Times food section will probably
      feature ice creams or cheeses. It happens every year
      about this time. Be prepared to see thousands more
      ads in newspapers and magazines, placed there by
      those who induce the media with dollars to promote
      their products.

      You'll see nightly TV news stories extolling the
      virtues of milk. You will be told that milk cures
      halitosis and zits. You'll see happy cows grazing in
      fields, and baseball players sporting milk mustaches.

      They (the National Fluid Milk Processors Promotion
      Board) have been working for many months, planning
      their media assault upon our sensibilities.

      Children will soon be leaving schools for summer
      vacations, and the forced milk consumption program
      will take a break until those kids return next
      September. The dairy industry solution? Feed them
      more concentrated milk products over the summer.
      Production at cheese and ice cream plants shifts
      into overtime mode as liquid milk consumption
      decreases.

      Have a happy dairy-free month!

      Robert Cohen
      http://www.notmilk.com
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