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The Sliming of "Pink Slime"

Chris1482 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 9:24 AM
Use of the term "pink slime" is derogatory and probably libelous. ABC News used the term almost exclusively in describing the product when the story broke, which shows malice. The company that produces the product has filed for bankruptcy, which shows damages. Libel is not an easy case to win, thanks to NY Times v. Sullivan, but I'd love to open up this particular case on ABC. I think it's got a good chance.

Jamie Oliver, TV’s “Naked Chef,” (yeah, not sanitary) is a food snob. He has turned his notoriety into a nice side career in advertising.

In England, he is sort of the man. He is a prolific pitchman … advertising everything from food preparation products to utensils to wine. And for 11 years, he was the face of all advertising for Sainsburys, the Safeway of England.

But he fell out of favor with the chain when he admitted he never shops at Sainsburys or any other supermarket. They are factories, he said. Guys like him, who truly know and love and...