Quote: Galbraith on US Death From Food

"More die in the United States of too
much food than of too little."

- John Kenneth Galbraith, economist

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if you've thoroughly washed the cucumber, what's wrong with eating the part you've become intimate with? i would have thought there were less bacteria on it after that than if you had just rinsed it under the tap...

your guilt is a complex and profound twist on an already complex issue.
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I just thought that I would point out something that my English teacher pointed out to the class this year.

The word quote is not a noun. There is no such thing as a quote. You should instead use the word quotation, which is a noun.
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I feel bad when I use cucumbers to anally stimulate myself (though I wash them with soap and water and eat them after, throwing away only the part which was in my rectum), and know there are starving people who would love that cucumber piece, even AFTER it was used to stimulate myself.

note to mod/editor: please spare the censorship trigger and keep this, I'm serious here, it's not a joke or trying to be funny.
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