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[*] posted on 9-27-2006 at 07:03 AM
Banning of Trans Fat?

Trans Fat is a MAJOR factor in the obesity epidemic in our society. That and our weakness to stop eating and laziness.

This could be the first step in really making a difference.
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[*] posted on 9-27-2006 at 09:25 AM

this is certainly no reason NOT to do it....

The proposal also would create a huge problem for national chains. Among the fast foods that would need to get an overhaul or face a ban: McDonald?s french fries, Kentucky Fried Chicken and several varieties of Dunkin? Donuts

good for these guys...

Wendy?s announced in August that it had switched to a new cooking oil that contains no trans fatty acids. Crisco now sells a shortening that contains zero trans fats. Frito-Lay removed trans fats from its Doritos and Cheetos. Kraft?s took trans fats out of Oreos.

If I fail math, there goes my chance at a good job and a happy life full of hard work.
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[*] posted on 9-27-2006 at 03:26 PM

I don't care what Roger Miret says I like me a Big Crunch sandwich.
Blow-up Rotten Ronnie's but leave the Colonel alone.

Well, its this place where nobody works, and the pigs don\'t give you any shit. Everyone smokes weed and gets drunk all day. Its a place where cunts like me and you can truly take it easy and relax. Know what I mean?
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