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Geological time versus capitalist time. This 250 million year old salt “expires” next year.
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Varga Sep 15
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That’s statist time. That’s FDA time. Capitalists wouldn’t be so stupid.
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mk mitty Sep 15
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expiration dates are helpful, but they aren't capitalist
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Melange Sep 15
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What expires is the container
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Mike Hess 💀🎃💀 Sep 15
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Uh, that’s a “best by” date, not an expiration date.
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David Wadsworth Sep 15
It's incredible that they managed to get it packed and in a shop given they only found it in the nick of time.
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Bryn Sep 15
The song remains the same
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Bryn Sep 15
Its plastic - no it does not
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Bryn Sep 15
Particularly as this is a reusable container I'm pretty sure
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dustreader Sep 15
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... it's absolute time vs. bureaucrat time ... and though bureaucrats usually are immune to common sense or reason, reason will prevail ... one of these days ... or later.
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zerofucks🔨 Sep 15
Cuz capitalists don’t want you to buy more? Oh wait they do.
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zerofucks🔨 Sep 15
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Brew Swillis Sep 15
Libertarian expiration date is SUE / ME
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Brew Swillis Sep 15
Thank you for the completely useless clarification.
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Varga Sep 15
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I wonder how much water you’d have to put in there to start growing bacteria. Enough that it all dissolves at least?
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Mike Hess 💀🎃💀 Sep 15
Granulated salt doesn’t “expire” but it does form into a brick with time and humidity so I feel like capitalism has it right here.
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Armin Sep 15
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There is a Persian proverb literally translated: Anything that rots you apply salt to prevent it, what if the day comes that the salt itself rots!
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