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Published September 08, 2010 More Info ยป
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Published September 08, 2010
Opening my brand new 2-pack of delicious Pop Tarts today I found myself baffled...

I am writing an actual hand written letter (like we used to do in camp) preferably with a feathered ink well pen for dramatic purposes. The letter will be directed and addressed to:

KELLOGG SALES CO.
Battle Creek, MI 49016


Dear Mr. Kellogg,

Let me start by saying that I am a HUGE fan and supporter of your delicious Pop Tarts. Strawberry frosting are my PT of choice, so I thank you for that. I am writing you today for some sort of closure I guess regarding my PT experience this morning. You see, as I opened my brand new package and poured what should have been 2 full size tarts, what I found in my hand was not only frustrating, but actually kinda creepy. One & one-half tarts. No crumbs or remnants of the 2nd half. Just 1 tart and 1 perfectly broken half tart.

I need some answers. This has been bothering me all morning like a confusing X-Files episode.
1. Do robots or humans place the tarts into the packaging on the line?
2. If it is robots, are they sophisticated robots, meaning: Do they feel the physical emotion of "hunger"? (please note that I am in no way claiming one of your hungry robots broke off half of my tart and swooped it in their robot mouth. I do not want to be liable for getting any robots falsely accused or terminated in these tough economic times.)
3. Has this situation ever happened in the past? (If it has, does the guilty party still work on the tart line? They may be someone you want to discuss this matter with.)

Sorry for the long winded letter, but I am very upset with this matter and would appreciate a package sent to my residence with 2 1/2 tarts inside.
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