It's Not My Fault! Finally, we have a scapegoat! By Kerrie Flanagan Just when I think our world cannot get any crazier I pick up the newspaper and see the headline, "Activists blame obesity on sugary SpongeBob." Spongebob causes childhood obesity? Apparently The Center for Science in the Public Interest and...read more
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