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The E. Coli Experiment: Oh, It's ON
Thursday, 2004 December 16 - 2:34 pm
Hunger got the better of me.

So, last week when I was determined to call off the Great E. Coli Experiment, I just couldn't go through with it. I couldn't throw away all that food. Think of all those starving kids in India! That's what Mom's influence has done to me. So the experiment continues.

My reasoning was: the food did stay pretty cold even when the freezer melted. The steak that I ate last week probably wasn't the cause of my upset stomach. And most of all, I have no other food here.

So quietly, over the last week, I've eaten the chicken wings, the stew beef, the chicken tenders, and the last steak. I'm doing okay, THANKS TO ALL THE GERM-KILLING BOOZE.

Hooray for booze.
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Comment #1 from Javi (Guest)
2004 Dec 17 - 7:07 pm : #
looks like our little ken is all growed-up! noodles! i'm so proud of you!!!!

steak! steak on!

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