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    argh ... every time something like this appears on the internet, it just adds fuel to the fire for the carb crowd ...


    http://health.yahoo.com/featured/29/...-myths-exposed

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    such a misconception! If u ever notice non of this is ever backed up by anything lol


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    I wish I could feed the author some raw potatoes

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    LOL. Isn't it funny how it's uniformly always "artery-clogging SFs" or "artery-clogging cholesterol"? If they must disseminate misinformation, can they not atleast use some creativity in their writing.


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    SS, you know she isn't talking raw potatoes. And if they are toxic, I should be dead. I'm sure the Incas ate plenty out of expediency, and probably the Irish.

    Used to eat them all of the time when I was a kid. Now, raw potatoes with green under the skin is a different story.


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    I don't see how would anyone in their right mind eat raw potatoes. They taste like evil. Plus solanine is a well known poison: http://tinyurl.com/l3msro

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    I want a job witting these articles. They are all the same, it doesn't seem to challenging. You don't have to do any research or fact checking or any of that annoying stuff. LOL!

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    This type of research can also be lucrative:
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    "After years of research, I believe I have found at least a temporary way to address the problem. During my travels in my astral form, I met a man who had invented a device that utilized sound to remove attaching spirits. After a series of conversations with this man, who is not currently incarnate, I learned that discarnate attaching spirits are sensitive to certain high frequency sound waves.</blockquote>


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    LOL! I guess my astral form needs to get out more!.

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