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Twentington
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12:32:05 AM Mar 2nd 2014
  • On the day when Paige was supposed to dissect frogs for biology, she tells Jason to stop talking about food when he's describing his cereal. Looking puzzled, Jason reads the box. Turns he got confused when Paige described his cereal as "food", and after reading the ingredients, the use of that word still doesn't make much sense to him:
Jason: I guess the milk qualifies as food.

Can't find this strip. Anyone?
Stoogebie
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10:23:53 AM Jul 28th 2013
edited by 69.172.221.2
Okay, I know most sugary kids' cereals are vitamin and mineral fortified, and that's great and all, but...you could just as easily fortify anything (from Foreign Cuisine to cyanide) with vitamins and minerals, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's magically turned into healthy food. If you pour electrolyte-enhanced soda in your vitamin-fortified Lucky Charms, it's technically still junk food.
Camacan
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01:11:03 AM Aug 4th 2011
Move general comment to discussion: the example section is for specific example works.

Stratadrake
09:56:09 AM Aug 20th 2011
Hmm, right. And I can't find any specific examples listed under the Brand X page to support the claim either.
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