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Milk Experiment #24: Disenphlegmia

From: Sky...@a...
To: danfuzz@milk.com
Subject: skychik66aol.com, please respond asap...
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 00:27:29 EDT

Give me two reason why milk is good for you, what two health risks can it
prevent?

Thank you,
Jocelyn


Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 09:26:33 -0700 (PDT)
To: Sky...@a...
Subject: Re: skychik66aol.com, please respond asap...

>Give me two reason why milk is good for you, what two health risks can it
>prevent?

Milk is good for you because it's white, so when you spill it on your
clothing, it won't stain as badly as, say, grape juice.

Milk is also good for you because the dairy industry keeps track of which
kids drink milk. If you don't drink milk, then they start sending
threatening letters to you, your family and your close friends, and may
even get violent if you don't start drinking milk. So, drinking milk
will keep you from getting beaten up by dairy industry thugs.

As for health benefits, milk prevents one from getting acute
disenphlegmia, a disease which causes one both to lose the snot in one's
nose and to stop understanding sarcasm.

In addition, milk improves one's grammar and writing skills. I suspect,
given the facts that in your question you didn't match number in "two
reason" and that you put a question mark at the end of a sentence, that you
may not be drinking enough milk. Be careful, or those dairy industry thugs
may come after you.

BTW, you might find some more useful information in the milk.com FAQ at
<http://www.milk.com/faq/>.

Take care, and good luck,

-dan