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Highs and lows: Some of the best, worst of the week

February 9, 2013

Here are some of the best — and worst — of the week: BEST RACING DOGS — Good luck to the Olmstead famil....

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Feb-10-13 5:12 PM

Blah bah blah blah. People gone eat what they want. Dont act like you smarter then me. You aint. Satire this. Satire that. Im just keepin it real man

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Feb-10-13 12:49 PM

STSM, not to mention bigotry. Actually encouraging kids to eat healthier is what the government should do. The cost of obesity in America is bankrupting our country. If most people lost 10% of their weight, we could save billions of dollars. According to Forbes magazine: There are some expenses involved with being overweight – the most logical of which is increased medical costs. But did you know Americans spend more than $4 billion a year in increased gas costs because of our weight? $40 billion was also spent on diet products in 2008 and “plus size” clothing stores will bring in an estimated $7.5 billion in 2012. forbes-dot-com/sites/bethhoffman/2012/08/16/what-the-obesity-epidemic-costs-us-infographic/

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Feb-10-13 12:11 PM

DunkirkRicanThug: Satire is using humor to make fun of and, most importantly, affect change. What you are doing is not funny. It is disgusting and shows not only a lack of compassion but a lack of common sense and intelligence.

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Feb-09-13 7:30 PM

I think so. Most important tho is to take care of the people who cant afford diapers and dinner. Why am I gonna spend on that when I can get it for free. Id rather take my girl over to brickroom for a steak an leave the kids with my moms

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Feb-09-13 1:13 PM

What is the function of government? To turn a profit?

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Feb-09-13 10:37 AM

Kirsten had a much desired nanny moment. the govt is now in the food deciding business for its citizens. I believe this is called a make over, as was posted by another lib about sandy hook. Too bad that is not the function of govt, these make overs. But it gives activists a chance to achieve something for their decidely empty lives. Obama would have called them crudaders.

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Feb-09-13 3:32 AM

If I want my boy to be fat. He will be. I ain't gone let no fantcy senator tell me what that boy gone eat. Close the county home and post office. Who care. My kid deserve a free lunch and education. All dem richey riches should pay for his college and my cell phone two

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