Studies have shown that chickens and mice infected with AD-36 put on weight quicker than uninfected animals, even when they were not given extra food.
Maybe not . . .
posted on 01/25/2009 6:21:14 PM PST
(We live in this fog of political correctness, where everything is perpetual deception.-John Hagee)
I don't doubt it. I can draw a line probably at the month where weight started to be an issue for me. Early spring 1988. I was 13. Just started bulking up, and I was in a growth spurt at the time. The time in life when you can sit around all day eating hamburger and hot dogs and be skinny as a rail. Not me.
I can tell you one thing, though. I'm not letting myself get heavy ever again. My fat period in my 20s could have killed me. I'm probably too thin now. Good.
posted on 01/25/2009 6:35:47 PM PST
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