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(Washington Times)   New study says that pizza reduces the risk of cancer. Domino's now legally allowed to put lights and sirens on their delivery cars   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, delivery, pharmaceutical research, Cancer Research UK, pizzas, colon cancers, cancers, risks  
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1515 clicks; posted to Geek » on 02 May 2013 at 9:40 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-05-02 03:44:50 PM  
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Digitalstrange: I gotta guess it's because if you eat a lot of pizza you die early from coronary disease or obesity and don't live long enough to develop cancer. Personally I'm fine with that. Given my family's Alzheimer's history I don't plan to make it to old age anyway. I'll take dropping dead of a massive heart attack at about 50-55 rather than make it to 80 as a useless idiot.

Man that door is wiiiiide open.
Don't know you, won't take the shot.
2013-05-02 01:08:22 PM  
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They fail to mention that you're less likely to get cancer because your fat ass dies of heart disease first. Full Size
2013-05-02 09:51:33 AM  
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Headline would only be true if Domino's actually sold pizza instead of whatever abomination they actually serve.

/still better than Pizza Hut
//both are gross
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