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I agree with the headline. I haven't read the story yet, but for the first time...in a long time...maybe ever...I agree with something wessy posts.
Those fake colorings are bogus. If they can make Pepsi Clear (remember that?) then they don't need them. If they need something red, use a little beet juice. If something is supposed to be cherry flavored, why not use real cherry, instead of Red #40?
I mean, what the hell...we add fake color to things, we smoke our meat in carbon monoxide so it looks redder and lasts longer...there's lots of ***** wrong with it. Autism is on the rise, other diseases...and the use of food dyes and other fake crap is on the rise with it.
I'm not saying Red #40 causes autism, but I'm saying there are interesting paralells.
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