Comments: Ah, a Comment

mmmm... carbs :-)

I never understood the whole "eliminate a category of food from your diet". Eating whatever I want, but not as MUCH as I want, always seemed to do me fine.

And proving how much God loves irony, he made you have a typo in a post criticizing someone's spelling:

"pretty think [sic] on Monday"

On the bright side, at least yours was an obvious typo, "docters" is just sad.

Posted by Harvey at March 29, 2004 09:26 AM


Posted by Pixy Misa at March 29, 2004 11:21 AM

I love it when nearly illiterate people tell you what you should be doing with your life. It makes for very amusing reading.

As for the different diets that have come and gone over the years. I have never seen a diet that eliminates specific foods ever work for a prolonged period of time. If people love eating a food and it's available to them - they will eventually break down and eat it. End of diet.

There must be some sort of huge deterent for people to quit eating a food forever - severe allergy is one. For me migraines from foods with additives keep me on the straight and narrow. (nothing says "don't eat this" like a severe headache *G*)

As impossible as it is for most people to conceive - about 95% of the people of this world could lose weight by moderate eating habits and exercise. The other 5% have medical problems and issues that this wouldn't address. But that seems to be too simple for them - the explanation must be something else - otherwise they feel guilty and we can't have that!!!

Posted by Teresa at March 29, 2004 04:09 PM

The Atkins diet has done one thing for certain.

It has made St. Louis Bread Company/Panera Bread franchises CHEAP!

Buy now, at the bottom of the market!

Posted by Brian J. at March 29, 2004 08:22 PM

So, Brian, I'm guessing you've got about 50 large tied up in St. Louis Bread stock? :-)

Posted by Harvey at March 30, 2004 09:38 AM

"The sarcasm runs pretty 'think' on Monday."

????? Ah, yes. The illiterate.

I love carbs, too.

Posted by Melissa at March 30, 2004 07:39 PM

I didn't change think on purpose. It's just too funny.

But there is a difference between 100 wpm fingers and poor sentence structure combined with misuse of homophones AND misspelling.


Posted by hln at March 31, 2004 07:16 AM