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Tim Worstallt

The point about bendy bananas is not that the rule exists, for as is pointed out, there were similar trade classifications for bananas before the new rules. The point is that it is now criminal friggin law not a voluntary agreement between buyers and sellers of bananas, an irruption of the Civil Code into a Common Law system.
C’mon, seriously, do you think the world is a better place now that pissing off a supermarket gets you three months chokey?

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