Sandy No Match to DuPont Imprelis
found this a short but good read.
Sandy No Match for DuPont Imprelis!
By funfundvierzig . Nov 23, 2012 8:42 AM
Tree Storm Losses Pale In Comparison To DuPont's Countrywide Toxic Ravages
New York City has lost 10,000 trees from storm Sandy only four weeks ago. New Jersey utilities are reporting 113,000 trees destroyed or damaged in the Garden State. But Sandy is no match for DuPont's vile tree-killing dandelion herbicide, Imprelis. Imprelis, now mercifully banned by the U. S. EPA, has destroyed hundreds of thousands of trees nationwide, and particularly in the midwest.
DuPont's customarily secretive and evasive Management and their PR con artists have worked assiduously to downplay and cover up the massive magnitude of the damage caused by their falsely if not fraudulently advertised "very environmentally friendly" turf herbicide. Considering the thousands of Imprelis claims in hundreds of lawsuits in federal and state courts, the ultimate total losses and charges to DuPont earnings may be $1 to $2 billion, or even MORE! Arboreal annihilation on an astronomical scale, folks.
Congratulations to Ms. Kullman, DuPont Chieftess and her servile understaffers for coming out with what so far has been the biggest "new product" failure in corporate America in the 21st century! Imprelis, Tell Us.
Merely the morning commentary of one individual retail investor and long-time student of the dysfunctional and deceptive DuPont...funfun..