waiting for the right meal


no_foodOkay, really I don’t have much to say here.

That’s not true, actually. What I don’t have is much time to say much here. Apparently I do have enough time to say that I don’t have much time to say I don’t have much time.

Where was I?

Oh, right. I thought I’d share this Onion article, brought to my attention by a couple of friends (who are shamefully blogless):

Study: Abstinence-Only Lunch Programs Ineffective At Combating Teen Obesity

According to the findings of a recent Department of Health and Human Services study, school lunch programs that teach children to avoid all contact with food may not be an effective method of reducing teen obesity rates.

Please go read the article. It’s very, um, informative. Especially if you read through the end of the article.

I also thought I’d try out the new WordPress ratings feature.

12 thoughts on “waiting for the right meal

  1. Cripes. You would think that after the failure of the ‘Just Say No’ campaign regarding sex and drugs, someone might have noticed that this approach is flawed.
    Snork.

  2. “My son’s going to learn how to eat the same way I did—by watching monkeys do it at the zoo.” this is the funniest thing i’ve seen all day!

  3. Heh, you’re welcome. I do actuallly have a blog, but it’s on LJ, and super-protected as I’ve had some nasty people (that I knew IRL) attacking me online. But perhaps it’s time to move on…

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