Saturday, February 26, 2011

Just One Voice Changed this Nation

I have no doubt that Kelloggs will be thrilled to know they have redeemed themselves in my eyes.  Picture a boardroom full of executives throwing out accusations and pointing fingers and trying to come up with a solution to what they finally realize was a major flaw in the production of their cereal,
Raisin Bran.

Let me bring you back to November 6, 2010, which I call, The Great Cereal Killer Fiasco.  You remember it, don't you?  For my new readers, please let me introduce you to a time and place not too long ago.  It was an ugly place, a place that caused screaming in the streets and pitchforks, and lighted torches as the masses swarmed the Kelloggs Corporate offices in hope of bringing about change in this great nation.

Oh, maybe it was just me, I was upset.  In my own defense, let me tell you that this took place prior to my hysterectomy where they surgically removed my hysteria. 
I'm better now. 
I can just roll my eyes if I get upset and I don't do crazy things like I did on that fateful day.  Go ahead, look at it, I'll be right here waiting for you when you get back.  If you come back.  Here ya go.

November 6th, 2010 I said, they must have found my blog and been scared senseless because they have come up with a solution.  They kept the same amount of raisins but added some more crap that makes up for the fact that they didn't change the flakes (that still get soggy).

Raisin Bran EXTRA!

They have added dried cranberries, sliced almonds and yogurt clusters.  Now when I get a spoonful of cereal, I don't feel I've been cheated.  I feel that Americans should really start speaking up for the injustice in the world. 
or whatever. 
My standing up to Corporate America made a difference and if it hadn't been for a little blog post on November 6, 2010, we would have still been eating that soggy bowl of inequity.
You're Welcome.



Rachel @ A Cupcake for Moose said...

Oh my goodness, too funny! You must have the "power" because of your Hoosier roots. :)

PS Loved your comment on my blog about scratch n sniff screens. That would be perfect until I start posting pics of Cricket's dirty diapers. :) Just kidding! Thanks for stopping by my corner of blog world!

Melynda said...

Holly, you rock!

Lissa said...

holly. you have some serious power over kelloggs. i had no idea. well good for you. and you got what you wanted.

enjoy your cereal.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

How fabulous. Good for you.

You mentioned on my post that you would like to meet some fellow bloggers. Debbie from Decor To Adore is hosting a special tea for all the Az. bloggers. The button is on my sidebar, just click on it for all the details. Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Hi Holly...first of all thanks for visiting....we need to get together! BTW, it is Laura from Decor to Adore....and it should be a Fun time!!

Dawn said...

your original serial killer post was the first post I ever readon your blog and am now a faithfull follower. So glad you got this indecent problem cleared up!

Ann said...

You're a hoot! You may me smile and sometimes laugh out loud.

Blessings, Ann

Sandy said...

I just saw your comment on my blog and had to come say hello! This story is so funny, you and me are a lot alike when it comes to coporate America....hate em! LOL Anyhow, great story, went back and read the other. I love howoy ou describe the hysterectomy.....:) Sandy from Mesa @ 521 Lake Street.

Pearl said...

Oh, that was very funny. So glad I found my way here.

I'll be back!


Tammy said...

LMAO! Great job! Glad you go to them. =) said...

Obviously your power has gone to your head and you're going to start charging consulting fees, but congratulations anyway. There's a coup in Egypt, Libya and in the cereal bowl at your house.

SavannahGranny said...

Good job on getting to corporate America to listen. That extra stuff looks good in your bowl. I am stuck on special K. Guess I just Loooooove freeze dried strawberries. Hugs, Ginger