Originally Posted by against all odds
...i mean junk is junk whether legal or not.
I guess I don't get your "junk" comment? Hostess obviously has a decent market share, meaning many folks like their products. The only issue is if they can make a profit selling said products.
If folks take good care of themselves, health wise, and if these same folks are in good physical shape, from a medical standpoint, yet they like to occasionally treat themselves to a Hostess product why is that junk?
I, for one, am tired of folks declaring food as junk. We live in a country where we expect folks to do the right thing for themselves. If they don't, it's their fault, not the company selling the product.
I have had (1) Twinkie in the last 10 years, no kidding, it's legit. Hostess isn't making squat off my support. But I will fight for their right to sell their products.
Just because some folks have no self control doesn't mean I need big brother telling me what I should or shouldn't buy.