Study finds little healthy in school vending machines 
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 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines


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> Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

> May 12, 2004

> BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter

Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
sumamries instead.

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jmk in NC



Mon, 30 Oct 2006 22:37:06 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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>>>Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

>>>May 12, 2004

>>>BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter

>>Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
>>sumamries instead.

> No, I will continue to post entire articles, it is much more
> convenient than having readers visit websites, possibly go through
> registrations etc.

It's also much less legal and takes up much more bandwidth.

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jmk in NC



Mon, 30 Oct 2006 22:51:17 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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>>>>Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

>>>>May 12, 2004

>>>>BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter

>>>Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
>>>sumamries instead.

>> No, I will continue to post entire articles, it is much more
>> convenient than having readers visit websites, possibly go through
>> registrations etc.

> It's also much less legal and takes up much more bandwidth.

Oh cool, I was wondering when the next "copyright violation" debate thread
was due.

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Mon, 30 Oct 2006 22:52:23 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

::: Study finds little healthy in school vending machines
:::
::: May 12, 2004
:::
::: BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter
:::
:: Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
:: sumamries instead.

It makes no sense to attempt to moderate an unmoderated newsgroup on usenet.

Of course, you can point how why it might be a good idea to do as you
suggest.



Mon, 30 Oct 2006 23:13:47 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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> ::: Study finds little healthy in school vending machines
> :::
> ::: May 12, 2004
> :::
> ::: BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter
> :::
> :: Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
> :: sumamries instead.

> It makes no sense to attempt to moderate an unmoderated newsgroup on
usenet.

LOL

It's also illogical to use logic when trying to reason with people who have
little reasoning power.

;-)



Mon, 30 Oct 2006 23:18:44 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines


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>>> Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

>>> May 12, 2004

>>> BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter

>> Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
>> sumamries instead.

> No, I will continue to post entire articles, it is much more
> convenient than having readers visit websites, possibly go through
> registrations etc.

It's also theft of intellectual properity, dumbass.

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Mon, 30 Oct 2006 23:35:27 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines


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> Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

> May 12, 2004

> BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter

> Eighty-five percent of snacks and 75 percent of drinks sold in vending
> machines in middle and high schools are junk food, a study released
> Tuesday by the Center for Science in the Public Interest found.

This has been the case for as long a I can remember.  Although we didn't
have machines until high school, which was loaded with junk, there was a
little candy store we all stopped at right across the street in Elementary
and Middle.  IMHO, the only reason this is even talked about is because kids
are fatter now than they were a few decades ago.  Why are they fatter
really?  IMHO, it is because of technology.  Kids all have those stupid
computer games and play them instead of riding bikes and playing football or
whatever.  The streets and ball fields are not nearly as filled with kids as
when I was one.  I am very glad I am not growing up in this current
generation of kids.  They get stimulated on computer games and really don't
play with each other like when I was one.  It is too bad, but I guess it is
called progress.  They sure were good times back then.  All I did was play
basketball, ride bikes, football, flashlight tag and a host of other
physical activities.

Curt



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 00:21:11 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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> I am curious, did you take a bus to school or did you walk?

I walked. What is funny is I can truly say I walked a mile to school.  Down
hill on the way there and back up on the way home.  My parents didn't
believe in giving me a ride.  I liked to walk back then and still do.  It is
one of my favorite things.  Very relaxing.

Curt



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 01:02:16 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

Quote:

> It makes no sense to attempt to moderate an unmoderated newsgroup on

usenet.

True, but then we'll always have our net-nannies. There are copyright
issues, I suppose. However, for people like me who don't have a lot of time
to devote to this ng, it is a constant disappointment to try to access a
linked article, only to find it's no longer valid, or that they want some
kind of registration etc. So personally I appreciate it when I see the whole
article posted. Even on dial-up the download is a lot faster than any of the
news websites, especially the ones that subject you to multiple popups.

What bugs me, though, is when people leave the whole article in, with no
snippage at all, and make their comment, usually top-posted. LOL.

HG



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 03:50:50 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines


Quote:
> Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

And we are surprised by this ?


Tue, 31 Oct 2006 04:41:49 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

Quote:

> This has been the case for as long a I can remember.  Although we didn't
> have machines until high school, which was loaded with junk, there was a
> little candy store we all stopped at right across the street in Elementary
> and Middle.  IMHO, the only reason this is even talked about is because
kids
> are fatter now than they were a few decades ago.  Why are they fatter
> really?  IMHO, it is because of technology.  Kids all have those stupid
> computer games and play them instead of riding bikes and playing football
or
> whatever.  The streets and ball fields are not nearly as filled with kids
as
> when I was one.  I am very glad I am not growing up in this current
> generation of kids.  They get stimulated on computer games and really
don't
> play with each other like when I was one.  It is too bad, but I guess it
is
> called progress.  They sure were good times back then.  All I did was play
> basketball, ride bikes, football, flashlight tag and a host of other
> physical activities.

I agree, I think it is mostly the lack of physical exercise. However, eating
patterns have changed over the years and I think kids today are, on average,
more consistently exposed to large amounts of foods that are even junkier
than when we grew up. Just the advent of high fructose corn syrup use in
everything for one, and supersizing so many things. But we ate a lot of
sweets, pretty much as much as we could get hold of. Could afford, really.
But we spent our allowances on many things other than sweets. I suspect
allowances are often bigger these days, come to think of it, as we used to
do odd jobs (washing windows and cars, cleaning boats, etc.) to supplement.
I can remember occasionally buying an entire cheesecake at the local bakery
with a little friend and taking it to the beach to split. And we were always
buying cotton candy and frozen bananas, taffy, corn dogs (oh the culinary
joys of growing up within a bike ride of a beach resort).

However... note the bike riding, and we went on very long rides sometimes,
depending on where we wanted to go. Summers were spent running around the
beach and swimming all day and into the evening, the rest of the year we ran
around the beach and rode bikes. Rowing and sailing year round. I even went
to an elementary school that has its playground on the beach, so more
running around and in middle and high school we had lots of sports...
required! Although we did ride the bus to school. Just lots and lots of
activity and no TV until after dinner. In the summer we ran around until
well after dark playing hide-and-seek and stuff like that. Once in a while
card games, Go Fish or Canasta at somebody's house. It was just a far more
active lifestyle. And hardly possible any more, with working parents,
latchkey kids, and increased dangers in letting kids run free like that. But
I don't remember any friends from my neighborhood with weight problems until
maybe high school (and even then it was pretty minor... we just weren't as
emaciated as we wanted to be). And we girls became less active by high
school, too, not wanting to mess up our hair... lol. No blow dryers back
then, can you believe it?

HG



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 04:48:05 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines
It's so hard to keep celery fresh in a vending machine.





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Tue, 31 Oct 2006 05:07:15 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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> No, I will continue to post entire articles, it is much more
> convenient than having readers visit websites, possibly go through
> registrations etc.

As long as you're illegally reposting copies instead of links, you could
at least have the courtesy to include the title of the publication whose
copyright you're infringing.

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                "There's a seeker born every minute."



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 05:13:06 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

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>>Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

> And we are surprised by this ?

No kidding Manky!  When I was a kid, pop was a special treat and offered
(not always) on say Friday or Saturday  nights.  Also, chips (and that
type of snack food) also a treat.  Our meals consisted of home-made
meals (there was really no fast foods).

We walked to school (I'm now amazed at how kids are bussed to school for
such short distances). And we walked home for lunch!  We had recess
twice a day and then after school we played outside until mom called us
in for supper.  Then we would play outside after supper until it became
dark.

WE moved constantly.

A friend of mine has a 9 year old daughter who is obese.  Whenever I see
this child, she is eating.  It is either a sugar laden or fat laden
"treat"..treat...yah right...it's no treat, it's something the kid gets
every day.

Kids today are not moving, they've no reason to.

DJ



Tue, 31 Oct 2006 06:01:34 GMT
 Study finds little healthy in school vending machines

Quote:

> >>Please refrain from posting entire articles.  Please post links and
> >>sumamries instead.

> > No, I will continue to post entire articles, it is much more
> > convenient than having readers visit websites, possibly go through
> > registrations etc.

> It's also much less legal and takes up much more bandwidth.

Who cares?

It's valuable to have a *whole article* posted because of the number of
broken links and pulled pages that exist across the internet. Plus we don't
have to look at revolting 'advertising'.

Philippic



Thu, 02 Nov 2006 06:05:44 GMT
 
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