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A Prayer is Answered

Friday, March 09, 2007
Thanks to Fark.com, I just found out that a prayer of mine has been answered. If you recall, back in March of 2006 I wished that doughnuts could be "good for you." It seems that now they are!

According to this article (also here) a company called RSuper Foods in Pittsburgh (founded by an ex-Steelers running back) has developed a doughnut packed with nutrients that tastes just like a normal doughnut! Is this news or what?

Of course - as even the articles point out - it's not just a normal doughnut that's bad for you; it's the dozen you (or I) eat at a time ('cause they're so damn delicious) that's the problem. Now if only someone could reduce the calorie count by a factor of 12, we'd be set!


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