I have been going to an AWHONN convention/conference this week, (association for women's health, obstetrics, and neonatal nurses-or something like that) and Nestle is one of the exhibitors. They have tons of "educational" stuff, pamphlets, formula samples, etc set up at their booth. When I walk by I just fume. I want to stop so bad but I know I will have nothing at all positive to say. I want to ask WHY they are still doing all their underhanded crap in other countries killing babies, and continuing in this country to advertise like they do. I want to stop and ask sooooo bad. But is this the wrong time and place to get into such a confrontation? Maybe the people working the booth don't even know about it, maybe they are just ignorrant of the whole situation. I feel compelled to approach them but a little afraid at the same time. Is it appropriate? Inappropriate? I know I won't change Nestle's practices by little old me talking to a product rep at a booth, YK? But ARRRGHH!! I am just so pissed, I can't believe they have the balls to even set up a booth at a convention supposed to be geared towards health and helping women and babies. WWYD? The conference goes on until Wednesday.