Calling small, competing companies "bit players" is a bit disdainful.
I have a niece that's your typical tall blond bombshell, most popular girl in a very large school, won state sports championships, etc...
Oh really? Can I get her name and phone number?
// TODO: fix this Not all comments give you a mile high view. Some are just pointless wastes of disk space...
I don't see anything wrong with flagging a section of code with "TODO"... It at least let's the next person know that the code might be incomplete/buggy
Heat pasteurization of milk, which means heating the milk to a certain temperature for a prescribed length of time, kills the TB bacteria found in the milk and makes it safe for humans to drink.
Here's a somewhat longer article that to me backs up the idea: http://www.york.ca/Departments/Health+Services/Raw+Milk.htm
The pasteurization of milk was implemented specifically to destroy common pathogens found in raw milk and, secondarily, to give milk a longer shelf life by reducing the number of spoilage-causing organisms. Even under the strictest conditions, cows naturally carry certain disease-causing bacteria which may be passed to the milk that they produce, including Salmonella, Campylobacter, Listeria, Tuberculosis and E.coli 0157:H7.
I'm quite comfortable with the logic.