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August 27, 2017


We were left with smaller skulls after our ancestors started eating CHEESE

(Thanks to Patty Villanova)


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Article: "cheese and cereal". Headline: "cheese". Dairy farmers ought to be ... um ... cheesed.

I do know of a few skulls that should be individually rapped.

Every year, the average American eats as much as 33 pounds of cheese. That's up to 60,000 calories and 3,100 grams of saturated fat. So why do we eat so much cheese? Mainly it's because the government is in cahoots with the processed food industry. --Michael Moss

No mention of Uranus.

I do know of a few skulls that should be individually rapped.

I hate to think what ultimate effect the television is going to have on skull size.

Washington could use extra cheese. It plugs the leaks....

Then there's this, I believe covered here a few years ago....

Is this why people in Wisconsin are called "cheese heads?"
Just asking.

"Bones and muscles declined in humans who moved away from daily crunching, grinding and gnawing, according to The Telegraph."
So, bones and muscles did NOT decline in politicians...?

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