The fact that an inert placebo product is being contaminated by some random active pharmaceutical is funny, true, but contamination is contamination. A consumer product is contaminated with something it is not supposed to have; and low levels of antibiotic are actively harmful, not helpful. Since a safe product is rendered measurably unsafe, it is good that this was caught. Drug manufacturers regularly demonstrate that without monitoring and regulation bad products will enter the marketplace.
Nice to meet you, Sir Buzzkillington the third
I have no idea what any of this stuff means, but I'm going to post it on my Facebook and claim that this is what I thought all along anyway.
We could be the best of friends
Nice try fuckwad.
Are you intentionally dense
"It's when they say 2 + 2 = 5 that I begin to argue." -- Eric Pepke