Johnson to Run Away from Fast Food

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  1. Smash

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    Aren't there team organized dinners after a game?
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  2. Tru Blu

    Tru Blu Hit Em Harder

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    now if we can get LenDale to do the same thing...
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  3. jessestylex

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    Cj will go from KFC to Fried Chicken and Burgers at home.


    Much better for you.
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  4. Smash

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  5. RollTide

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    Why do you think that?
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  6. RollTide

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    Actually there is very little difference. Beef is beef, a bun is a bun etc.

    How it is wrapped or where you eat it inside or out doesn't matter.

    At least fast food outlets give you the nutritional details about their food. Cracker barrell won't do that.
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  7. Soxcat

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    Of course high caloric, high fat food is bad for you no matter where you eat it. But none of it is really bad for you (or poison) if eaten in moderation. The problem with many people is that junk food is all they eat.
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  8. KamikaZ

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    I can't believe people are arguing over the nutritional nuances of freaking hamburgers. They aren't that great for you period, it doesn't matter if it's from the highly processed meats at McDonalds or at a nicer restaurant. Beef is beef, and no nutritionist would say it's okay to eat more than heavy moderation...
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  9. TorontoTitanFan

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    Most of what's been said I agree with, but I think people are underestimating how much crap McDonald's (and other fast food places) inject into their food. A burger made of fresh ingredients may still be high in fat, but at least it isn't pumped full of preservatives and antibiotics.
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  10. World Peace

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    In regards to this article.. why are we looking for more RBs, argh...
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