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Is it nutrition? Books! Votes! A few pointed remarks from the people who read the Trib:
debbie601 at 7:44 AM October 25, 2011 Too much theft to keep businesses like grocery stores in the city. No major grocery store in University Park due to this problem. Workers five finger discounts to friends and families. No Arbys beef in the south suburbs because all the beef goes out the back door. I'm sure Michelle Obama knows what the problem really is. Until they can run these stores honestly in the cook county area there will be no grocery stores. The locals will have to continue eating unhealthy McDonalds, Pop and potatoe chips and candy bars from those expensive little gas stations and corner stores.Never thought I'd agree with a topless bartender but there ya go.
George808909 at 8:05 AM October 25, 2011 McDoanlds has salads and fruit slices and the water is free. If I'm somewhere that only has a McDonalds my rule is to not eat anything that is cooked. Therefore, if you eat the garden salad and water you can stay slim and healthier.
Barack's going to be a no-show at the Buffett eat the rich gala--Penny Pritzker may send her regrets anyway. A few more cracks in the support on the home front.
Out in LaLaLand our president Barack Obama stops traffic to appear on Leno once again, since he's such a funny guy. Yeah. Maybe the stuff of sitcoms. Stay tuned.
P.S. Barack on the loose:
Hot wingsPresident Obama met with celebrities in Hancock Park on Monday night after arriving at LAX from Las Vegas in the afternoon. He went to Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles in Hollywood (see photos). He was joined at the counterby Rep. Karen Bass, D-Los Angeles, where he ordered for himself and severalaides. Obama's order included the No. 9 -- the ``Country Boy'' -- whichconsists of three wings, with the choice of waffle, potato salad and Frenchfries.
Obama Monday night told supporters who paid $35,800 each to attend a fundraiser at the Hancock Park home of movie producer James Lassiter that "this election will not be as sexy as the first one.''
"Back then, it was still fresh and new,'' Obama said. "I didn't have any gray hair. Everybody loved the "Hope' posters and all that.
"This time, we've got to grind it out a little bit. We've got to grind it out. But the cause is the same. And my passion is the same. And my commitment is the same.''Ick