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BBQ chicken ,and a hotdog, ultra lite Bud

Ronkonkoma NY
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Shrimp Scampi

Christoval TX
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pizza

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Going to Red Robin. Yyiuuummmm

Lyons NY
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Inez I drove by woodmans twice and was thinking if you

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2,lb boiled Lobster (Tiggr I was thinking about you baby )

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some kind of grilled chicken

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stir fried veggies over rice--leftovers from lunch the other day

gonna add a smoothie to round off the day

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Meat Loaf , gravy ,salad coffee ( I really want Mash Pots But my will power kick in )

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I'm very worried about the "food" that comes from the Gulf. The Gulf is fairly polluted and the multiple oil spills that happen certainly don't help. What most people don't hear about is the ongoing oil spills that the news doesn't report. We just had another fairly big one in May and "small" ones happen all the time.

Because the fish/shellfish populations stabilized after the Deep Water Horizon spill and the fishing industry didn't collapse and the noticeable lesions, and mutations have subsided people think that the animals are safe to eat. Maybe they are, I think it's a risk.

But, people eat crap they know is bad for them regularly. They know it's bad. They hear of the risks but just put their head in the sand and eat it anyway. After all, in their mind, they won't be the one to get cancer from it or have a heart attack as long as they take their pills. Why should potentially toxic/polluted fish be any different? If it tastes good, eat it.

I'll stick with my veg diet and continue my 34% lower risk for breast, cervical and ovarian cancers--lower across the board for all cancers actually and my nearly nonexistent risk for heart disease and blood pressure issues (my blood numbers are always perfect and believe me, it's not good genetics). All the while I can enjoy all the bread, pasta, desserts, etc I like because I'm not putting it on top of crap food.

As always, others can eat what they like.

~rabbit~

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