Nestle, it seems, is trying to bully a small town in Maine into signing a 45-year contract so they can use their spring water for Poland Spring brand bottled water. As Nestle takes their spring water, the residents of the town are forced to take water from a site where an old industrial site once stood.

You can get more information regarding Nestle's behavior in regards to Fryeburg, Maine, here. There is also a petition circulating in need of just a few thousand more votes that you can sign if you'd like.

So who's really behind Nestle's scheme? Obviously it's Farfel, the "chawklit"-loving dog who was Nestle's spokes-puppet for several decades. Bad, Farfel!