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yes stuff your face with our cheap Glysophate with a side of empty calories and shut up, says the millionaire CEO.

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Did he mention you also pay for all the air they pump into Puffed Rice, and all the Rat hairs that end in your Frosted Flakes (which is the perfect cereal for the Tranny crowd.)

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Feb 28·edited Feb 28

This sounds entirely too pedantic, but I stopped watching sports years ago, so I end up learning stuff.

Mesoamericans knew how to prepare maize in a way that avoided causing a serious vitamin B deficiency known as Pellagra. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pellagra

They used limewater in a process that became known as "nixtamalization." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nixtamalization

Rather the adopting the same techniques, american and european food manufacturers simply add niacin to the end product. https://www.southernfoodways.org/malnourished-cultural-ignorance-paved-the-way-for-pellagra

Pellagra was a huge problem. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6451741/

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fascinating

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Of course, you could just buy corn meal and make muffins, and serve that along with some eggs.

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OMG. I love reading the very intelligent and funny as hell comments on this blog. It is a great way to start my day. I particularly love snide humor... LOL!

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Reminds me of Marie Antoinette- Let them eat Froot Loops....

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Cake is actually more nutritious if baked from scratch.

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What the CEO should have advised - if he had a shred of decency - is that it would be more nutritious to eat the Kellogg's box than its contents.

Thanks, Ben.

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It might actually be better to eat the plastic bag inside the box. It is cellulose acetate, while God only knows what the cardboard was recycled from, or how much formaldehyde they added to the pulp during processing.

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Good thinking!

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If people get diabetes from constantly eating Frosted Flakes for dinner, the pharmaceutical companies will be super stoked! It's a win-win for everyone, except the poor peasant who is now diabetic.

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I vote we wrote our congressmen to eat Frosted Flakes three times a day to set the example. If they persevere for just two years we won't have to vote the bums out next election cycle. Tony the Tiger will take care of everything.

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🤣💯

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I haven’t watched CNBC in years. The Spoxhole interviewing the cereal peddler looks like he has been eating a lot of Fruitloops. He definitely could benefit from some fat shaming.

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Ha! that's a ripe one--Kellogg's from the git-go wuz invented ta dull lib-ee-doze an' decrease over-pop-u-lay-shun (the man felt we Americans were jus' too frisky! even back then):

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3185011/What-Corn-Flakes-masturbation-common-Mr-Kellogg-believed-sexual-desires-caused-disease-invented-plain-cereal-stop-self-pleasuring.html

So not only wuz the food arty-fish-all crapola fer ya (keeps dentists in biz fixin' rotten teef too!)--it fit the de-pop agenda jus' dandy--so eat up proles! peasants! Globalists sez it's Grrrrreat! (no ass-per-shuns on Tony the Tiger via Paul Winchell who remains a fond mascot in my book ;-)

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Kellogs Frosted Flakes:

All the Woke and twice the Communism.

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So disgusting considering the cell, brain, and organ killing additives and chemicals.

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I'm still laughing....

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This is beyond beyond. Of course, the Sheeple are as stupid as a bag of rocks and will take him up on the offer.

Did the CEO mention how overpriced his food is? Pound for pound, a sack of flour or dried beans is about one tenth the price.

Of course, over the years, the generic cereal is just about the same cost as the name brands. I can recall the days, back in the 1980's, when you could get a bag of generic puffed rice for 29 cents, versus $1.29 for a box of Puffed Rice half the size.

Times have sure changed.

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Well it ain't ph*cking cheap, it's mostly ph*cking air. Ullage on special, for the Little Ones.

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You sure got that right.

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Poison for dinner.

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It's not just for Breakfast Anymore.

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Cornflakes were originally a dietary aid at Krazy Kelloggs' fatty sanatorium if I remember correctly... So lose more weight whilst one eats? Corporate America wants us dead...

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Frosted Flakes- It's What's For Dinner.

How times have changed.

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I doubt Mr. Pilnick or his familty will be eating cereal for dinner.

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I doubt they pedal bicycles to work, either.

Nor did they ride Greyhound to the Studio.

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