Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by FCCstandards, Oct 4, 2012.
It hurts 1% of people. Meaning it "affects" 1%. Now it's a billion dollar business.
gluten makes me tired
but I still eat it
gluten glieben glauchen globen
i like the idea of it, but its so difficult to achieve cause we add starches to all processed foods. (and substituting cauliflower for pizza dough really blows)
Americans throw away 165 billion dollars worth of food every year.
i love gluten
I was in Chicago last week and saw a local news story about how much food is thrown out in school cafeterias. Since they started making the kids take vegetables with their meal over 50% of it is thrown out causing an increase in waste disposal fees.
Stupid. Gluten free
When I was going to school (Many, Many, Years Ago). We didn't have free school lunches. And we still don't where I live. But Fries were $1. Gravy was 25 Cents more. Every kid bought at least 2 portions of fries with gravy and at least 1 pop.
We also had onion rings, pizza, pasta with red sauce, veal cutlets, hot dogs, burgers, beef patties, etc . . .
No kid wanted any of the healthy choices offered even at the end of my time there.
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Parents have to teach their children to eat vegetables at home firstly as they grow up. They can't expect the Government to start before they do it first . . .
gluten is my faaaavvorate.
Yup I remember those days. I thought it was great because my mom never made any of that shit. Looks like she was right all along..
we buy water for fucks sake....& it costs us more than gasoline.our parents are laughing at the idiots we've become.
The food was nasty there. I never bought any of that shit. But everyone would try to borrow a dollar for fries off of everyone not eating the shit offered there. And promise to pay you back but they never would of course.
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It's like the free lunches that Stuttering John would mooch off of Jackie . . .
Keep buying that water please. It helps me keeps my heat on . . .
By the way. Bottled water is the biggest industry scam there is. And I work in the beverage industry. Every time I see families hauling out cases of water when I'm out and about. I chuckle a little inside . . .
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Fiji, Perrier, Voss, Nestle, Coke, Pepsi. All their water brands and sources are all bullshit. Artesian and Spring water. Is even more expensive bullshit . . .
You're right. I saw a documentary recently called "Tapped" or something like that. It was a real eye opener..
I eat the hell outta everything.