A CW win: ‘Don’t Get Fat-Smacked!’ Boston Blitz Targets Sugary Drinks | CommonHealth Lately in the T I've been seeing ads reminding people to be aware of how much sugary drinks (soda AND juices) they're consuming. Okay, so the campaign is actually called Don't Get Fat-Smacked, but they're specifically talking about the sugar content (and calories) of these drinks, so it's a step in the right direction. There's also a separate campaign aimed at parents of young children, reminding them that sodas and fruit drinks are harmful to young kids (wish they would realize it doesn't do adults any favors either.
A CW loss for words: What's so bad about sugar? I seriously wonder if this article was sponsored by the Mars company. Yes, you do need some sugar, but why does it NEVER mention you can get that glucose from fresh fruit. It makes it sound like your 2pm Snickers is good for your health. I was not up for taking on the comments.
"Fry cracked corn, and I don't care. Leela cracked corn, I still don't care. Bender cracked corn, and he is great! Take that you stupid corn." - Bender Bending Rodríguez
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"Do you sell beef there?"
"Is it grass fed and finished?"
"Oh, no. Nobody likes how grass finished is, it's too lean and it doesn't taste right."
I had them get the meat because grass fed is better than grain fed. I will do as always and when I can, find someone who raises his healthy Holsteins on grass and slaughters a calf every once in a while.
The eyes of all hope in thee, O Lord: and thou givest them meat in due season.
Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought.
Pope John Paul II
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OMG - How many things can you find wrong with that sentence?
1 thing: BEER
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