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June 28, 2007

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maya

Well, when I begin my tour of Sacramento coffee establishments and libraries, I'll Twitter, and then you can see where I am. If that helps.

molly

I've been walking three miles each morning since March (get it?) and it took about two months for the results to be visibly detectable. The tum's still receding. It takes time.

uneasy rhetoric

Walking is terrific exercise for fitness, but I haven't had much luck with it for weight loss, even walking five miles a day (which I haven't done in a year--I'm lucky to get half that these days). To lose weight, I've always had to include diet modification and extra exercise like strength training or sustained cardio, something else I haven't been able to do in a year.

Anthony

OK, but in terms of COMPLETELY PC chocolate, nothing even comes close to these morsels:

Endangered Species Chocolate offers 19 different varieties of gourmet, all-natural and ethically traded 3oz. chocolate bars in 3 different single-origin flavor profiles. Each delicious white, milk or dark chocolate bar is packaged in artwork of an at-risk species from aritst Judi Rideout and is packed with environmental conservation information as well as educational information about the plight of the species it displays. You can read the back of the label if you would like to learn about the term "ethically traded" and a little about ESC.

Plus, the candy bars have adorable photos of endangered speices on the cover (my favorites are the River Otter milk chocolate and the Baby White Seal white chocolate).
But it does raise a more disturbing question: WOULDN'T THESE SPECIES BE LESS ENDANGERED IF PEOPLE STOPPED MAKING CHOCOLATE BARS OUT OF THEM!
And half the time I can't even taste the sealchunks at all. And at the prices they charge, I want blubber, sugar and vanilla in equal portions!

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