I think advertising on Michelle's site is an excellent idea. Not
only will it help with her expenses, it will lead us to good
sources for buying some of the food and other related
items many of cannot obtain locally.
> Apparently some here have criticized Dr. McDougal for "selling" or
> attempting to sell at his seminars. Folks, this is America. Selling is
> as American as fatfree apple pie. I would never criticize him or anyone
> else for selling. He and his wife are in business to make money from
> prosyltizing their dietary position, and of course his books. I think
> that is wonderful, and I am not put off by their business efforts at
> all. I always enjoy success, even when other people get it, and am
> delighted when I see it.
> I also hope that Michelle gets some success (and money) through her web
> site. I'm sure that she works hard on it and spends many hours. I'm not
> certain how she would go about it, but if she decided to start accepting
> some advertising, I would NOT criticize her at ALL for doing it. I'd
> say: "More power to you." Folks, what do you think? But if I were her, I
> would probably not accept advertising from Swift, McDonalds or Armour.
> Mike Rosenblatt