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We’re less than 24 hours away from The Game. It will be a noon start tomorrow, which is the way it should be, because it’s the way it has always been.
The Game will be at the Big House in Ann Arbor. Like the Horseshoe in Columbus, Michigan Stadium is one of college football’s most fabled venues, a huge, cavernous bowl dug out of the ground. It’s where Woody Hayes and Bo Schembechler prowled the sidelines during the 10-Year War. It’s where the Buckeyes tore down the “M Club” banner in the early ’70s, sending the Michigan radio announcer into a frenzy. The field is thick with memories and legends. Tomorrow the members of Buckeye Nation will try to fill a significant part of that colossal edifice, cheering on the Men of the Scarlet and Gray. Michigan fans have experienced a tough and disappointing season, and many of them have…
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Americans are slowly waking up to the sad fact that much of the food sold in the US is far inferior to the same foods sold in other nations. In fact, many of the foods you eat are BANNED in other countries.
Here, I’ll review 10 American foods that are banned elsewhere.
Seeing how the overall health of Americans is so much lower than other industrialized countries, you can’t help but wonder whether toxic foods such as these might play a role in our skyrocketing disease rates.
#1: Milk and Dairy Products Laced with rBGH Where it’s banned: Australia, New Zealand, Israel, EU and Canada
#2: Genetically Engineered Papaya Where it’s banned: The European Union
#3: Ractopamine-Tainted Meat Where it’s banned: 160 countries across Europe, Russia, mainland China and Republic of China (Taiwan)
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At Webner House we’ve gathered the Indian corn for the holiday, and now we wish all of our readers a festive, fun-filled, family-oriented, footballistic Thanksgiving. May your turkey be moist and succulent, your mashed potatoes be lump-free, and your cranberry sauce maintain the shape of a can for the entire feast!
It’s rare for the ground to be snow-covered in central Ohio over Thanksgiving; typically the temperature is in the 40s or low 50s, well-suited to a turkey bowl pickup football game or a turkey trot 5K. This year, however, the snow came early and the temperatures are cold. Our icy walking path is treacherous but shimmering in the bright morning sunshine.