“This article doesn't speak for me, I LOVE Sriracha and am in no way "Over it". They closed the factory recently, which I hope is only temporary until they find a new place to build a new factory. In the meantime, we managed to snag half a dozen bottles for our own particular use. Dinner just wouldn't be the same without it :)”
chicgogo on Dec 2, 2013 at 17:05:52
“I' with you I discovered Sriracha at a Vietnamese banh mi sandwich shop and have been addicted to it ever since.”
“"A moral failing of corporate leadership..." That sums it up perfectly. I'm embarrassed that any among us would embrace this policy. I also agree completely with the HuffPost reader who advised that we end this heartless strategy and corporate greed by refusing to patronize those companies that do not provide this universal and important holiday to their hard working employees. If we refuse to shop these establishments when they are open on holidays, perhaps they will see that there is no profit (which is all they seem to understand) in doing so and will decide that it does not pay to be open on Thanksgiving or Christmas. Happy Thanksgiving to all.”
“This is my favorite sauce and a staple in our home. I had to go out and buy three large bottles of it for fear that this plant will close down, because meals just wouldn't be the same without it. I hope they work this out, if not, at least I've got my stash :)”
“I agree with you that there is no pleasure in watching someone crash and burn, nor in kicking someone while they're down. Mr. Ford's candidness has been refreshing, though his deeds are disturbing, especially given the fact that he's in public office. Total humility and humbleness are the order of the day here, yet Mr. Ford has taken a defensive, combative stance and that does not bode well for his future. Had he humbly and sincerely apologized for his actions and agreed to seek help, he may have salvaged something of his career. As it stands, however, his aggressive posturing implies an unwillingness to change or to accept responsibility for his actions and I think that the public is tired of these kinds of antics and will rightly choose to boot him out of office.”
Axekick on Nov 26, 2013 at 22:00:09
“And I would think based on your comment that it is doubtful you have ever known an alcoholic or drug addicts personally, at least not during their addiction.
Denial is one of the tell tale signs of addiction. I don't think he is denying he's an addict because he thinks he can fool anyone. I believe he is doing so because he truly doesn't believe he is an addict.
I do believe he's an addict make no mistake. The nature of the disease of addiction is difficult for non-addicts to comprehend.”
“Woodroff considers rape a non violent crime? Very disturbing that this is the conclusion of a judge who holds such a position of power. I hope he's looked into more closely because of this nonsensical ruling..unbelievable.”