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This time Adkins has gone to far

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by buckeyefool, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. buckeyefool

    buckeyefool He's back and better than ever!

  2. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    Can't say I'm too upset. Now, if it were just that easy to run the tobacco companies in the ground...
  3. NorthShoreBuck

    NorthShoreBuck True Madness Requires Significant Intelligence

    I read this today in the WSJ.

    This company has been slowly marching toward bankruptcy for years. I am sure Atkins just sped up the process.

    To me this is less troubling than the decline in beer sales.
    I guess I am not a twinkie or wonder bread man.


    I just read your post.
    Be careful there my friend. Tobacco and cigarette sales pump a huge amount of tax dollars into each state.

    I sell software and many of my customers handle these products. Between WalMart and the government you are looking at putting 1200 companies out of business.

    I do not smoke.
  4. wdg01

    wdg01 Freshman

    Gonna have to go out and stock up on twinkies now...
  5. BuckBackHome

    BuckBackHome Wolverine is largest member of weasel family

    At least places like Krispy Kreme are trying to weather the low-carb storm. Genius moves like the creation of a coffee that takes like their famous donut. Yum!
  6. Oh8ch

    Oh8ch Cognoscente of Omphaloskepsis Staff Member

    The good news is that if you buy them fresh today the expiration will be something like 2012.
  7. kinch

    kinch Wash me Staff Member


    Tobacco does bring in much money in tax dollars and company profits.

    However, this $ likely pales in comparison to the amount lost in medical care alone. . .

    I do smoke.

  8. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    looks like these guys need a new gig


  9. MolGenBuckeye

    MolGenBuckeye Senior

    The funniest thing I've ever seen regarding the Atkins diet is at our local Kroger. At the pharmacy, they have a bookshelf. On the bookshelf are copies of Atkins' book about his diet. Right next to those are books on reversing heart disease. :)
  10. exhawg

    exhawg Mirror Guy Staff Member

    All they need to do is design a Twinkie with no carbs that tastes the same. That would be a gold mine. On the other hand I love Twinkies, but haven't had one in years.
  11. gbearbuck

    gbearbuck Herbie for President

    When generic cupe cakes taste as good as their more expensive brand, you know trouble is comming... I hope the generic's don't raise their prices.

    I wonder if a takeout firm will take the gamble that this atkins fad will die off and they will be able to buy a great brand name for pennies on the dollar...
  12. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    I used to smoke and I am the proverbial "Ex-smokers are the worst". My wife still smokes. I smell it on my kids, on me and in the cars and house. It makes me ill to smell it now.

    But back on topic... Sayonara Twinkies.
  13. Brutus1

    Brutus1 Don't be penurious, donate to the BP Spring Dr.

    Too bad. And to think the 'Deep-Fried Twinkie" was just starting to catch on..... darn.
  14. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    I'm eating a Twinkie right now. 25g of carbs, baby! Twinkies are awesome- they're a miracle of science.
  15. tallwarrior

    tallwarrior Earned, not Given

    Wonder bread should have done a better job adjusting to the low-carb trend. This will be another case study in Roger Blackwell's class. Adapt or else.

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