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    Get ready to roll your eyes...


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    lmao, freaking ridiculous.

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    There aren&#39;t even words to describe how stupid and hilarious that article is... wow.


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    Ugh. But you better be careful to time that soda properly, or the subsequent blood sugar crash will make you impulsive, and then you&#39;ll make bad decisions.


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    Finding that blood glucose levels have an impact on decision making is okay, but come on. Why, of all things, does it have to be soda? Sounds like someone got paid!!!

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    I swear Yahoo has the worst articles on just about every subject. I still remember the article that woman wrote about "diet staple foods" that included potatoes, pasta and chocolate.


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    I wholeheartedly agree with your critique of Yahoo, Kaizen. Their content is so terrible that, in my view, when someone references Y! (in a positive way) they simultaneously utterly discredit themself. Sounds kind of harsh, but when referencing Y! for the purpose of proving their argument (as in my peer&#39;s case)... c&#39;mon!


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