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Re-post: Almost better than an SNL skit

January 16th, 2009

The following is yesterday’s post from “freshly baked” regarding , former spokesperson for the CPSC. We thought it fitting to re-post here on Boutique Cafe. Enjoy!


... If you’ve been keeping an eye on the CPSIA issue via blog posts, news headlines or even Twitter than you’ve probably already heard about the “enlightening” WBAL TV interview with Vallese, (former) spokeswoman for the CPSC. If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s a must-see for even those not involved in the CPSIA issue.


After you’ve watched the video, perhaps you can tell me if I’m wrong when I say Vallese never really answered any of the questions asked during the interview. She talked and talked and talked but never said anything. She went from stating resellers of used children’s products don’t need to worry about testing to saying in not so many words (actually, many, many, many words) that testing may be the only way for a business owner to have the “level of confidence” she needs to sell those used products. By the way, the phrase for the day is “level of confidence” so wonderfully utilized throughout the second half of Vallese’s interview.


I just wanted to say thank you to Vallese for clarifying the CPSIA for me. Now everything is crystal clear: The CPSC is just as confused as I am about the new legislation. Just as entertaining as the uncut interview are the various blog posts from those same “mommy bloggers” Vallese referred to so affectionately in her interview. You will find of my favorites listed below. Perhaps SNL should consider having Vallese host an upcoming show…


This is probably the first day in a long time I’ve smiled when talking about the CPSIA. Hopefully it won’t be the last time. Better laughing than crying, right?—Emily

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4 comments on “Re-post: Almost better than an SNL skit

  1. trisha on said:

    thanks for the link!

    trisha
    momdot.com

  2. Heather on said:

    Well said and lovin’ the you tube video Trisha! Go mommy bloggers !

  3. Heather on said:

    And this shows that our voices are being heard. I so feel like Horton Hears a Who. Keep up the fight girls (and guys

    http://energycommerce.house.gov/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1474&Itemid=1

  4. Christie Archer on said:

    LMBO, I’m lovin’ the statement “Now everything is crystal clear: The CPSC is just as confused as I am about the new legislation.”

    Fingers crossed that it all works out for the boutique industry and others that will be forced to close doors over this.

    Christie

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