NY News Anchor Rosanna Scotto, gotta love her

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    Apr 30, 2010 5:43 PM GMT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDrkjusGe5k




    So funny.
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    Apr 30, 2010 6:16 PM GMT
    Actually not funny, but real. Is something artificially made from soy really milk?

    The US cheese industry is already regulated this way. To be called cheese it must meet certain dairy content requirements. It can also be termed a lesser "cheese food" if the cheese content isn't high enough.

    Likewise, to be called "orange juice" requires a minimum amount of juice squeezed directly from oranges. Something less must be termed an "orange drink." This protects consumers, who need to know what they're really buying.

    I don't see why milk shouldn't be the same way. Can somebody make meat out of vegetable material and call it prime rib? The milk producers have a valid point, in my view. Milk comes from a mammal, not from a garden. I have nothing against soy, but label it a soy drink, not milk.
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    Apr 30, 2010 7:06 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidActually not funny, but real. Is something artificially made from soy really milk?

    The US cheese industry is already regulated this way. To be called cheese it must meet certain dairy content requirements. It can also be termed a lesser "cheese food" if the cheese content isn't high enough.

    Likewise, to be called "orange juice" requires a minimum amount of juice squeezed directly from oranges. Something less must be termed an "orange drink." This protects consumers, who need to know what they're really buying.

    I don't see why milk shouldn't be the same way. Can somebody make meat out of vegetable material and call it prime rib? The milk producers have a valid point, in my view. Milk comes from a mammal, not from a garden. I have nothing against soy, but label it a soy drink, not milk.


    Agreed, content not funny but the fact that she lost her decorum was. To say that non-milk products should be called cum was hilarious. Her temporary loss of professionalism was funny.
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    Apr 30, 2010 7:29 PM GMT
    hector2009 saidAgreed, content not funny but the fact that she lost her decorum was. To say that non-milk products should be called cum was hilarious. Her temporary loss of professionalism was funny.

    Granted
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    Apr 30, 2010 8:34 PM GMT
    1. They're actually debating what should and should not be called milk...seriously..of all the things to be worried about....this??

    2. They found this "debate" to be important enough to put on a news show (granted it was a morning show but still)...what the what??

    3. Rosanna Scotto's awesome for using "jism" on tv...lol "Almond Jism...Soy
    Jism" hehe (my inner 12 year old is happy)...hehe she said jism on TV...i wonder what the world's juice maufacurers have to was about "Man Juice"