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I’m aware that the following post may come across as petty to some of you. No…not Lori Petty. And no…not Richard Petty either. But written out of jealousy or to get a pat on the back. I assure you this is absolutely true. Just […]Read More
Who can argue with something being friendly, right? If something is user-friendly, it’s easy to use. If something is environmentally-friendly, it can help save our planet. If an apartment complex is dog-friendly, yay…my puppies are allowed! Now let’s take a look at the official […]Read More
Update on the below post. Perhaps I should have done more research before posting it. I believe in science. Dinosaurs: real. Climate change: real. Vaccines needed: real. You get the point. I try my best never to be swayed by public opinion. I’m also […]Read More
Two things you need to know up front: This may be a long post, but it’s important so please stick with me. (Even if you’re not interested, it took me about 5 hours to write so just humor me.) The Celiac Disease Foundation is […]Read More
Dude Note: If you need to get up to speed on the Gluten-free Cheerios debacle, read this and this. ——– Canada has made some awesome contributions to the world. It’s given us Superman, John Candy, AM Radio, Gordon Lightfoot, Basketball, Molsen, Michael J. Fox, […]Read More
So much to talk about. Let’s do it self-interview style. Take it away Dude. Dude…where ya been?? You’re not answering emails. You’ve got Faces of Celiac to post. Something you want to tell me? Nope…just been busy. Like really, really busy. Like working 70 […]Read More
Dude Update on 10/09/15: 1.8 million boxes of Gluten-Free Cheerios have been recalled on 10/06/15 due to 1) error 2) negligence and 3) lack of proper testing. It’s that last one that should bug the crap out of you. Read here for details. Everyone […]Read More
Dude Update on 10/09/15: 1.8 million boxes of Gluten-Free Cheerios have been recalled on 10/06/15 due to 1) error 2) negligence and 3) lack of proper testing. It’s that last one that should bug the crap out of you. Read here for details. [Dude […]Read More
Am I supposed to embrace this? I know some others out there are touting that it’s a good thing Pillsbury has jumped into the gluten-free game. Me? I’m becoming immune to the whole thing. Absolutely immune. It’s Celiac Awareness Month and I’m just at […]Read More
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