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    NPR keeps corroborating: we are not as crazy as grainheads think

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    Two recently published articles by NPR to serve as desert after that stick of Kerrygold you downed.

    http://m.npr.org/story/128938110

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2010...us?ft=1&f=1001

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    I like NPR. I started listening to them on the way home from school because I was bored with my music -- and wound up learning a LOT. Go them for saying true things!

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    Yeah! I work for a radio station that plays NPR. I learn some interesting things on the job.

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    NPR is great. I take everything with a grain of salt these days- even NPR can be sketchy when it comes to CW diet stuff, and to sensitive political stuff (see their refusal to call waterboarding "torture" when the US does it, but a lack of corresponding unwillingness to use the "t word" when discussing "bad" countries), but even with a healthy dose of skepticism, I enjoy 95% of their stuff.

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    Go NPR!

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    mdlaw -- being primal, I'm sure you meant to say "granule of salt" rather than "grain of salt".

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