DuPont Scientists Get the Hooligans of Chemistry Award!
For Outstandingly Toxic DuPont Imprelis!
Good Evening, Bonsoir, Guten Abend, Buona Sera,
Readers, DuPont execs and their PR tricksters are out blowing their trumpets because DuPont's comically called "world-class" scientists got a trophy from the American Chemical Society for a bug-killer with the "world-class" absurd name of RYNAXYPYR. The Heroes of Chemistry Award.
With more than mild laughter, we ask: What executive genius in DuPont Marketing Management dreamed up a new product name which cannot be pronounced, defies spelling, and cannot possibly be remembered by customers, farmers and growers? "Ryanaxypyr" sounds like some sort provincial Albanian goat sausage or a Romanian root soup. In keen contrast, Monsanto has easy-to-say and recall, "Roundup"; American Vanguard, "Impact."
DuPont "scientists" should also be recognised with the Hooligans of Chemistry Award for developing the consumer product fraud, DuPont Imprelis. This extraordinarily toxic dandelion treatment for the lawn falsely, if not fraudulently marketed by DuPont Management as "very environmentally friendly", "low impact" has proceed to kill $2 to $3 billion's worth of mature landscaping trees across the face of the nation! Surely there must be a special Trophy for chemically creating what is the largest, most costly new product failure and ensuing eco-disaster in 21st century corporate America. And our "scientists" should also graciously share their Hooligans of Chemistry Award with their über boss, the imperious Empress of Imprelis herself, Ellen J. Kullman, and her sidekick DuPont AG Executive V. P. James Bore-Well..
Merely the evening column of one individual retail investor and long-time student of the begging-to-be-mocked DuPont Management and the laughable conning conglomerate they run from Fortress Wilmington,