whither_apophis: It's just a marketing tie in for X-Men: Rise of Magneto
ArcadianRefugee: whither_apophis: It's just a marketing tie in for X-Men: Rise of MagnetoJust had the mental image of Magneto eating his Wheaties without using a spoon.
Diogenes: Could be worse.[hotoffpress.files.wordpress.com image 743x543]
cgraves67: If I can recall my childhood correctly, they did something like this on Bill Nye the Science Guy. They crushed up a bunch of cereal in milk then put a magnet in and pulled out a bunch of iron particles to show what "fortified with iron" means.
p51d007: LOL, I guess you didn't know that some foods are allowed to have a percentage of rat droppings, spiders, flies, and other insects? This is nothing more than bits of metal that come off the machinery. Unless you consume an entire box at one sitting, (other than the fact your colon would blow up), this isn't going to bother you one little bit.
nmrsnr: I've got some neodymium magnets, I'm tempted to try this. But this guy seems to think that iron in a plant is significantly different than iron filings. Why? One of the known benefits of using cast iron cookware is that it leaches iron into your food. Wheaties is iron fortified so it has *gasp* extra iron in it.
MelGoesOnTour: Diogenes: Could be worse.[hotoffpress.files.wordpress.com image 743x543]Holy moley! I actually remember seeing that skit on teevee! T'was hilarious!
scottydoesntknow: Still not as much as Krusty-O's[simpsonswiki.com image 200x156]
Bareefer Obonghit: Natural News, the same people that brought you Baby-murdering CDC conspired to bury evidence of vaccine-induced fetal deathsandIndustrial agriculture has reached its 'peak,' say scientists; time for a return to small-scale organicsandTelevision damages brain structure of childrenandObama worse than Bush on civil rights abusesAnd those are just from their front page!
JohnnyApocalypse: I found it funny that in the article, Mike Adams was referred to in the third person, such as with this: "but lab director and food scientist Mike Adams is skeptical of the formulation." And the article goes on to quote Mike Adams. Who wrote the article? Mike Adams.And just who IS Mike Adams, lab director and food scientist? Where is this article found?http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/NaturalNews/Mike Adams grew up in Kansas in a small farm town; he didn't have the prep school education or the sterling silverware or the bumper pool table in the basement; ... didn't have the shower massage with five-way adjustable heads or the sit-down lawnmower! Mike Adams didn't have those things!//Mike Adams!
Diogenes: MelGoesOnTour: Diogenes: Could be worse.[hotoffpress.files.wordpress.com image 743x543]Holy moley! I actually remember seeing that skit on teevee! T'was hilarious!I definitely date myself sometimes here ;-)
cyberspacedout: YEAH, biatch! MAGNETS!
Uzzah: Diogenes: MelGoesOnTour: Diogenes: Could be worse.[hotoffpress.files.wordpress.com image 743x543]Holy moley! I actually remember seeing that skit on teevee! T'was hilarious!I definitely date myself sometimes here ;-)"Like swimmin' holes and heapin' bowlsof cereal made from stone.""Quarry: tastes better, because it's mined."/from memory/just as old.
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