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  1. Buster says:

    I’m addicted to both food and solar radiation! Because I’m outside a lot, the pollution is speeding up my cognitive decline and giving me lung cancer! If a cop stops me this July 4th weekend and administers a breathalyzer, the machine will confirm I’m not drunk but possibly have lung cancer in a stage early enough to cure — unless I die of salmonella from washing raw chicken first.

  2. Lance says:

    I seldom wash raw chicken…what a coincidence.

    • Bubba says:

      Don’t wash your chicken!

      I don’t want to eat dirty chicken. I just throw it in the washer with my socks and underwear before I cook it!

    • James M. says:

      Interesting that people even wash their meats. I would think it just spreads the bacteria. Cooking at the high temperatures is likely enough to kill any bacteria or germs that people are fearing.

  3. Walter says:

    pollution is always accompanied with industrialization.

  4. Jay says:

    “All addictions are similar in that the sufferer craves to excess the feel-good buzz they receive from chemical neurotransmitters produced when they eat, gamble, smoke, have sex or take drugs,”

    Darn that dopamine and serotonin!

  5. Bill B. says:

    “Lung cancer attacks without leaving any fingerprints”

    Who knew cancer had fingers?

  6. Phill S says:

    It seems like just about anything can become an addiction. Even behaviors that most people would never associate with any kind of pleasure, such as cutting yourself on purpose, can become addictive. Not surprising that food is an obvious one for many people.