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Wendy's says bye to Biggie
Yahoo News ^ | June 9, 2006 | Jessica Wohl

Posted on 06/11/2006 12:55:28 PM PDT by billorites

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To: Recovering Hermit

Sorry...forget all of the fish I mentioned...mercury will kill ya, you know.


51 posted on 06/11/2006 1:44:23 PM PDT by Recovering Hermit (Apparently, most who protest for peace do so at the expense of hygiene.)
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To: billorites
GOOD GRIEF!

Could they give any bigger portions. People in america aren't getting fat enough, and this store is gonna encourage even larger consumption of Sugar stocking sodas!

I'm overweight, and diabetic, I quit drinking sodas, and quit ordering "large" anything in stores, it's just not good for you!

Great for soda companies, bad for your health!

52 posted on 06/11/2006 1:44:26 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: CheyennePress

Consuming sugar in and by itself does not cause diabetes.
The correlation of sugar consumption with diabetes is almost always associated with those who are already morbidly obese, those who do no exercise and have other destructive diets, or who already have other health conditions such as alcoholism.


53 posted on 06/11/2006 1:44:40 PM PDT by Ghost of Philip Marlowe (Liberals are blind. They are the dupes of Leftists who know exactly what they're doing.)
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To: CheyennePress

Is that you, Dr. Michael Jacobsen? Of The Center for Science in the Public Interest? Hasn't John Stossel taught you your lesson yet?


54 posted on 06/11/2006 1:44:42 PM PDT by buccaneer81 (Bob Taft has soiled the family name for the next century.)
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To: Larry Lucido

You forgot the "sarcasm" tag.


55 posted on 06/11/2006 1:46:16 PM PDT by ozzymandus
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To: billorites
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56 posted on 06/11/2006 1:47:30 PM PDT by ol painless (ol' painless is out of the bag)
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To: billorites

Thank goodness. It was embarrassing ordering "biggie" fries.


57 posted on 06/11/2006 1:48:30 PM PDT by Poser (Willing to fight for oil)
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To: ozzymandus
Yep!


58 posted on 06/11/2006 1:48:57 PM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: Ghost of Philip Marlowe
I'm sorry you are wrong, i became diabetic in my early teens. Wasn't diagnosed for years. Before I gained weight, It started to attack my Reproductive system, and for last ten years my body rarely made any estrogen. Because of the lack of estrogen, my metabolism stopped working hard. My adrenaline glands were even weakened.

I was diagnosed Type Two diabetic three years ago, and been on sugar pills since, wasn't until Last spring when MY obgyn put me on strong estrogen, I started losing weight naturally.

i lost over 60 pounds in less than 6 months, and for years before I took the estrogen, I had been walking 3-4 extra miles a nite, during the work week.

You are misinformed and uneducated bout diabetes and how people are individually, and UNIQUELY affected!

Plus there are other types of diabetes, where there's extreme weight loss, and low sugar. Mine will cause my organs, glands and senses to die slowly in my later years. Others could die instantly.

Since I started the estrogen, and losing weight, my diabetes is better controlled and for the first time in TEN YEARS I have no muscle fatigue, and I am working out and still losing weight. My joints no longer hurt, because of the lack of estrogen in my bones!

59 posted on 06/11/2006 1:55:31 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: Larry Lucido

You stole my 'thank you.'


60 posted on 06/11/2006 1:56:41 PM PDT by Mr. Brightside
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To: cripplecreek

You should not be surprised. You should have expected him to say that. These odd stories in the news about freaks and their lawyers suing over food are not the norm and they don't represent the mindset of the regular person.


61 posted on 06/11/2006 2:00:58 PM PDT by A knight without armor
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To: Larry Lucido

You gotta be careful, man. There are some very thick skulls out there.


62 posted on 06/11/2006 2:04:52 PM PDT by ozzymandus
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To: Ghost of Philip Marlowe

Well, it's hard (okay, next to impossible) to argue that long-term sugar consumption has no linkage with diabetes when your beta cells release insulin in response to sugar and your receptors become desensitized to insulin in the periphery. Exercise does help, of course.

That said, even following your line of reasoning, the odds of becoming morbidly obese increase 1.6 times for each can of sugar-conaining soda a child consumes in a day.


63 posted on 06/11/2006 2:10:24 PM PDT by CheyennePress
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To: CheyennePress
And does anyone wonder why obesity/being overweight/type II diabetes is an epidemic in our society?

I do. Why?

I work out four times a week, cardio on two other days, and eat Wendy's about twice a week. I usally have a double with cheese and a 'biggie' fry, sometimes with a Coke, sometimes with a Diet Coke. Guess what? I'm not overweight (6'1", around 240 lbs) and don't have type II diabetes. It's called personal responsibility....

64 posted on 06/11/2006 2:15:33 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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To: ozzymandus

True.


65 posted on 06/11/2006 2:19:03 PM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: billbears
Guess what? I'm not overweight (6'1", around 240 lbs) and don't have type II diabetes. It's called personal responsibility....

Actually if you calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) you are at the low end of the "obesity" range

66 posted on 06/11/2006 2:24:54 PM PDT by Fast Ed97
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To: PeteB570
Wendy's went in the toilet when they stopped serving those good and juicy burgers that dripped grease all over your hands.

All kidding aside, but you're right! I hadn't eaten at a Wendy's in a long while, so dropped in for lunch one day not too long ago. Yuck! The burgers had gone from juicy/greasy to square blocks of ground up wallpaper.
The cheese slice was slapped on right before the burger was wrapped, so that by the time I got to the table it was un-melted...heck, cheese wasn't even warm! I brought it back up to the counter. ;op
"We're not allowed to melt it on the burger anymore," explained the stump-shaped chick behind the register.

67 posted on 06/11/2006 2:26:17 PM PDT by yankeedame ("Oh, I can take it but I'd much rather dish it out.")
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To: billbears
You know what, you're too smug! Here's why. I was in great shape in my early teens, marching band, summer swimming, summer softball, and always riding my bike around town!

When I started gaining weight due to my estrogen/metabolism kicking out, because of the Diabetes onslaught, that was out of my control, and a mystery to my doctors, my mom and myself!

Good for you. Glad you had a great start in life! I did too at once!

Must be easy to sit back and ridicule, did you ever have a rough start at anythng in life!?

Until you been in all the shoes of people across the world, with a different life than yours, don't ridicule, mock, or even compare!

68 posted on 06/11/2006 2:35:47 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: Larry Lucido

You know, this dumping the biggie stuff drives me nuts. Now we have to spend more money for the same amount of food for the family. We used to get one big order of something and share it. Saved lots of money.


69 posted on 06/11/2006 2:36:24 PM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: billorites
"Wendy's is also adding a 42-ounce soft drink -- the equivalent of 3-1/2 1/2 cans of soda and 3 cans of ice-- as its large. The large drink will come in a more durable, portable plastic cup that fits in a car cup holder for diners on-the-go."
70 posted on 06/11/2006 2:37:27 PM PDT by Sofa King (A wise man uses compromise as an alternative to defeat. A fool uses it as an alternative to victory.)
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To: Larry Lucido

That graphic ROCKS.


71 posted on 06/11/2006 2:38:26 PM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: Larry Lucido

Hey - I want my extra-DOUBLE LARGE Bucket-o-chicken pizza!


72 posted on 06/11/2006 2:38:55 PM PDT by roaddog727 (eludium PU36 explosive space modulator)
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To: billbears
And also, not all diabetes results in weight gain. Some people have instant weight loss, or it attacks weaker organs in their body that are not part of the Endocrine system.

Some people still have to watch sugar intake as diabetes to save their lives daily. Not all obesity is due to just the pancreas breaking down. For some it's hormones, thyroids, and weak adrenaline glands!

WHEN YOU"RE BODY stops producing enzymes, and metabolisms due to the break down of these systems, you can't lose weight.

I was in a fitness club three years straight out of highschool... I worked out three times a week and swam five times a week, and walked everywhere to get places.

And for the three years i was there,, instead of burning fat, all I did was tone what muscle I did have. Lost a whole 30 lbs, and only bout 12" from top to bottom.

And at that time still didn't know I was diabetic. Didn't know bout my weak adrenal glands, or that my estrogen was out of balance.

Wanna hear another side affect to my diabetes onslaught, I entered the hospital last spring, cause I was anemic, loosing sooo much blood due to my reproductive systems disorder! Because of the diabetes!

You need to be a lil more informed than you are to speak out like you do.

Diabetes is as bad as cancer in it's own time!

It brings on strokes in thin people, loss of eyesight in middle age people, and for you men, I hate to tell you what it can do to Your reproductive glands!!!!

73 posted on 06/11/2006 2:45:02 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: billbears
I'm not overweight (6'1", around 240 lbs)

With an estimated BMI of 31.7, That would place you well within the obese category unless you are a world class body builder. Even if we assumed that you were very athletic with a well above average muscle to fat ratio, you'd still easily fit into the overweight category.

Lest you think I'm slamming you, my own BMI is just over 26, so I'm hardly thin. I'm in reasonably good shape having just ridden a metric century (62 miles) in 3.5 hours, with a resting heart heart rate in the high 50's, but I'm still packing on way too many pounds.

Sadly, and your post exemplifies this, we've lost all perspective in this country. We don't know what being in shape is supposed to look like anymore.

74 posted on 06/11/2006 2:56:38 PM PDT by Melas (What!? Read or learn something? Why would anyone do that, when they can just go on being stupid)
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To: CheyennePress
Who is taking choice away from anyone? They introduce a 570 calorie drink on their menu, and people show up on this thread in flocks crying about choices being taken away.

And how many calories are in a diet coke? Or when I order my iced tea? Hell, go to Quik Trip every morning, and load up a 54oz iced tea (about 15 calories, because I use 3 packets of splenda). Should that be banned?

I happen to like getting a really large drink, one that will last me nearly the entire day.

Mark

75 posted on 06/11/2006 2:58:20 PM PDT by MarkL (When Kaylee says "No power in the `verse can stop me," it's cute. When River says it, it's scary!)
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To: All; Melas
I just want to say to all of you that feel you have to right to smugly, and uncompassionately ridicule, mock, and insult heavy people.

I am lucky that my family has become informed as to how and why obesity can come about.

Others are not. So instead of being a foot in someones "A$$", Why not be a compassionate soul, and be considerately educated and helpful to your loved ones and friends that are obese!

The disease isn't obesity, the disease is NOT KNOWING!

Be positive or be gone with you!

Oh, and Melas is right, my uncle is always running races, bicycling, and has all his life, and he even has health issues, and a BMI that's high for his activity level.

76 posted on 06/11/2006 3:00:50 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: cripplecreek
I was a little surprised by Richard Simmons feelings about resturaunts reducing serving sizes. He was on one of the news shows the other day calling overeating a (gasp) personal choice.

There are a lot of people who make fun of Richard Simmons, but I've always felt that he's one of the "good guys," and he's ALWAYS been all about personal freedoms and responsibilities. He's someone who's never judgemental towards people who are tremendously overweight, but very supportive towards their getting to a better lifestyle.

He's inspirational, although quite corny, but he's a good guy, and he's really helped a lot of people, because he really does care about them.

Mark

77 posted on 06/11/2006 3:03:29 PM PDT by MarkL (When Kaylee says "No power in the `verse can stop me," it's cute. When River says it, it's scary!)
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To: MarkL
It is a personal choice, and/but for some, it's a choice of not Knowing!

And sometimes, that's just simple ignorance, cause one doesn't come across the information. Or because of their social/reading lifestyle, they don't know it's out there to learn about.

78 posted on 06/11/2006 3:05:56 PM PDT by CourtneyLeigh (Why can't all of America be Commonwealth?)
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To: Ainast
I think I should start a fast food chain that actually claims the title of most calorific / sugarific food. Make adds about choice and juicy burgers and watch the cash roll in.

Hardees (and Carl's Jr) did that with their "Monster Burger" a while back... 2 x 1/3 pound "thickburgers," 4 slices of bacon, 3 slices of cheese, and mayo! I think that the healthiest thing on the burger are the sesame seeds on the bun! According to MSNBC, it's got 1,420 calories and 107 grams of fat!

Mark

79 posted on 06/11/2006 3:10:40 PM PDT by MarkL (When Kaylee says "No power in the `verse can stop me," it's cute. When River says it, it's scary!)
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To: MarkL

I was kinda thinking the same thing about Simmons.


80 posted on 06/11/2006 3:14:07 PM PDT by cripplecreek (Never a minigun handy when you need one.)
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To: roaddog727
Hey - I want my extra-DOUBLE LARGE Bucket-o-chicken pizza!

Although they went of out business in KC about 25 or 30 years ago, to this day, the best fast food fried chicken I ever ate was at Shakeys Pizza. It was always a treat to eat there, between the banjo and piano players, and the player piano when they weren't there. I seem to recall the pizza was pretty good too.

Mark

81 posted on 06/11/2006 3:16:33 PM PDT by MarkL (When Kaylee says "No power in the `verse can stop me," it's cute. When River says it, it's scary!)
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To: billorites

On SuperSize Me, there a bit in the "Extra Features" section of the DVD where Spurlock lines up about six large glass bell jars (brand new), and places in each one a different fast-food item; a McDonald's fish filet burger in one jar, a Big Mac in a second jar, a bacon cheese burger from a local burger joint in another jar, and so on.

In one jar he places a large order of McDonald's french fries.

After two weeks he comes back to see how the food has decayed. With the exception of the McDonald's fries, the rest of the food is starting to look really gross; black mold, goopy oozing crap, weird green colors, etc. The McDonald's french fries? Nothing.

He comes back after four weeks. Total gross out. The Big Mac has grown a giant black/green "afro, and has turned to gloop. The McDonald's french fries? Nothing.

At the six week mark he comes back and it's unwatchable. The most grotesque crap in a glass jar you ever seen, bleeeech!

The McDonald's french fries? Lookin' good! Not a spec on them. Like the day they were bought. After six weeks... in a glass jar... at room temperature. Six weeks.

I will never eat McDonald's french fries ever again.


82 posted on 06/11/2006 3:20:43 PM PDT by handk (The truth is the truth even if no one believes it, and a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.)
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To: CourtneyLeigh; Fast Ed97
Lady, I'm 37 years old!! I'm not ridiculing a single thing. Diabetes runs in my family. Doesn't mean I'm going to change my eating habits too much though. I don't really like sweets all that much. I was fat at one time (doing a good job of getting fatter) and fat runs in my family. I didn't give a dern for what I looked like. I actually remember not changing the TV station one time when the remote's batteries went dead because I would have to get up to do it. I look at my mother, her brother and sisters, and God love 'em don't want to end up like that.

As for BMI, according to that, I should weigh somewhere around 180-185. In the past six months, I've lost 10-12% body fat and put on 25 non-fat lbs from where I started. Sorry, but BMI is a joke.

The Center for Consumer Freedom addresses the FDA

83 posted on 06/11/2006 3:20:44 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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To: Fast Ed97; billbears
Guess what? I'm not overweight (6'1", around 240 lbs) and don't have type II diabetes. It's called personal responsibility.... Actually if you calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) you are at the low end of the "obesity" range

Which is why the BMI is a crock. My husband is 6'0 and 200 pounds. He weighs the same as when he wrestled in high school. He walks many miles a day because of his job. He's very thin. Yet, according to the BMI is overweight. His dad had the same build when he was in the Marines and had to be submerged in water every time to get an accurate measurement.

84 posted on 06/11/2006 3:22:37 PM PDT by HungarianGypsy ("Guns kill people like spoons make Rosie O' Donnell fat.")
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To: billorites

Well, as Newbaum Turk says, "You want the big one? I've got the big one!"


85 posted on 06/11/2006 3:26:15 PM PDT by Richard Kimball
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To: PeteB570

Fortunately, we have Whataburger in Texas. Nice juicy, square burgers.


86 posted on 06/11/2006 3:27:10 PM PDT by Buck W. (If you push something hard enough, it will fall over.)
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To: Melas
List of 'fat' famous people

Barry Bonds: 6'2": 228 lbs: 29
David Boreanaz: 6'2": 218 lbs: 28
Tom Brady: 6'4": 225 lbs: 27
President Bush: 5'11": 191 lbs: 26
Nic Cage: 6'1": 210 lbs: 28
George Clooney: 5'11": 211 lbs: 29
Tom Cruise: 5'7": 170 lbs: 26
Matt Damon: 5'11": 187 lbs: 26
Johnny Depp: 5'7": 190 lbs: 27
David Duchovny: 6'0": 212 lbs: 29
Vin Diesel: 6'2": 200 lbs: 26
Cheryl Ford: 6'3": 215 lbs:27
Harrison Ford: 6'1": 218 lbs: 29
Brendan Fraser: 6'3": 234 lbs: 29
Richard Gere: 5'11": 187 lbs: 26
Ethan Hawke: 5'9": 172 lbs: 25
Hugh Jackman: 6'2": 210 lbs: 27
Lebron James: 6'8": 240 lbs: 26
Dale Jarrett: 6'2": 200 lbs: 26
Bobby Labonte: 5'9": 170 lbs: 25
Nick Lachey: 5'10": 180 lbs: 26
Karl Malone: 6'9": 259 lbs: 28
Dr. Phil McGraw: 6'4": 240 lbs: 29
Mark McGuire (playing weight): 6'5": 250 lbs: 30
Donovan McNabb: 6'3": 240 lbs: 30
Yao Ming: 7'6": 310 lbs: 27
Brad Pitt: 6'0": 203 lbs: 28
Keanu Reeves: 6'1": 223 lbs: 29
Cal Ripken: 6'4": 210 lbs: 27
Andy Roddick: 6'2": 197 lbs: 25
Will Smith: 6'2": 210 lbs: 27
Sammy Sosa: 6'0": 220 lbs: 30
Denzel Washington: 6'0": 199 lbs: 27
Bruce Willis: 6'0": 200 lbs: 29
Billy Zane: 6'2": 210 lbs: 27

OBESE:
Mel Gibson 5'9": 214 pounds: 32
Matt LeBlanc: 5'11": 218 lbs: 30
Steve McNair: 6'2": 235 lbs: 30
The Rock (Dwayne Johnson): 6'5": 275 lbs: 33
Arnold Schwarzenegger: 6'2": 257 lbs: 33
Sylvester Stallone: 5'9": 228 lbs: 34
Mike Tyson: 5'11 ½": fighting weight between 218-235: 30-32

According to the government these people are overweight or outright obese. Have you seen the physiques of some of these people? The BMI index is shameful

87 posted on 06/11/2006 3:28:04 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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To: billorites
Now, a 20 ounce drink is a small, a 32 ounce drink is a medium and the new 42 ounce drink is a large.

Disgusting, but if people want it, I guess they can have it.

I hope they never complain (and demand the government intervene) about money problems or the cost of health care, if they choose to spend money on something so unhealthful.

88 posted on 06/11/2006 3:28:45 PM PDT by Young Scholar
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To: yankeedame
I've got a Wendy's coupon for a free combo meal (burger, fries, drink).

I haven't eaten at Wendy's for a very long time.

After reading your post, I think I'll toss the coupon in the trash.

89 posted on 06/11/2006 3:29:20 PM PDT by handk (The truth is the truth even if no one believes it, and a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.)
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To: pollyannaish

You can order a "large". The sizes are still there.


90 posted on 06/11/2006 3:33:04 PM PDT by stands2reason (You cannot bully or insult conservatives into supporting your guy.)
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To: CheyennePress

Uhhh, that was sarcasm.


91 posted on 06/11/2006 3:34:22 PM PDT by stands2reason (You cannot bully or insult conservatives into supporting your guy.)
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To: PeteB570

Remember back in the old days when they sold those trays of HUGE french fries?


92 posted on 06/11/2006 3:36:25 PM PDT by Armedanddangerous (Master of Sinanju (Emeritus))
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To: MarkL

O. M. G........

I sooooo have to get me one of those. I am so frickin hungry right now. Thanks alot man.


93 posted on 06/11/2006 3:36:38 PM PDT by Ainast
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To: stands2reason
In this case, that's true. But several chains have quit offering their huge sizes in an effort to placate the obesity lawsuitmongers.

The problem is that people order what they order and eat what they eat. This does nothing to solve the obesity problem...just makes those of us who want to save money pay more for less.
94 posted on 06/11/2006 3:36:56 PM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: MarkL

I completely agree.

As goofy as he is, he knows that the fight is not what others foist on you, but what you foist on yourself.

Just like anything else, health has to come from the inside out. If it is forced on you, you will rebel.


95 posted on 06/11/2006 3:40:01 PM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: billbears

It would be funny to call "The Rock" a fattie and he'll kick your @$$!


96 posted on 06/11/2006 3:41:20 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican (everyone that doesn't like what America and President Bush has done for Iraq can all go to HELL)
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To: Larry Lucido

No, a medium Domino's pizza is and has always been 12 inches.

Large is 14 inches.

The small was a 10 inch pizza, but they don't carry it anymore.


97 posted on 06/11/2006 3:43:20 PM PDT by stands2reason (You cannot bully or insult conservatives into supporting your guy.)
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To: handk

I just performed that same experiment with my car. I accidentally left half a tripple whopper and fries in a bag in the backseat of my car when I went on vacation. 1.5 weeks later when I got back from my vacation.... eeeewwwww.... Not much of a smell but it sure does look nasty. I'm just glad no fireants got to it.


98 posted on 06/11/2006 3:43:26 PM PDT by Ainast
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To: A knight without armor

Since when is Richard Simmons considered a "regular person"?


99 posted on 06/11/2006 3:46:40 PM PDT by stands2reason (You cannot bully or insult conservatives into supporting your guy.)
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To: MinorityRepublican
It would be funny to call "The Rock" a fattie and he'll kick your @$$!

LOL, he'd take your computer, shine it up real nice, turn it sideways and stick it straight....well there you go (yes I watched my share of 'rassling back in the 90s). Either him, Vin Diesel, or Mark McGwire. There's a few people I'd consider saying it to but those three, no thanks.

100 posted on 06/11/2006 3:47:07 PM PDT by billbears (Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. --Santayana)
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