Not many people are paying attention to the peanut salmonella scare but it is rather impressive. I am amazed at the investigative work that goes into finding the source of the problem. The outbreak was traced to a plant in Blakely, Ga., where "inspectors found roaches, mold, a leaking roof and internal records of more than a dozen positive tests for salmonella". That's odd? You would think that the people who owned that plant would have realized that a positive salmonella test can lead to, well, salmonella poisoning. It is a black mark for the peanut farmers in Georgia and I am sure it has former President Jimmy Carter rolling over in his grave. What, he's still alive? Anyway, a lot of credit should be given to the people doing the work behind the scenes. Talk about finding a needle in a haystack. Maybe we should put them in charge of finding Bin Laden? Rumor on the street, by the way, has the new Mr. Peanut logo with him sitting on the toilet having violent diarrhea.