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    Scientific Blogging Madlibs IV
    By Josh Witten | April 13th 2010 05:36 PM | 7 comments | Print | E-mail | Track Comments
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    Psychologists Say "Fast Food Culture" Promotes. . .


    For those of you keeping score at home, the winner of Scientific Blogging Madlibs III, if you can call it that, was Andrea Kuszewski with the following effort:
    I have yet to be bored watching the 27-and-a-half-hour extended versions
    of...the front page GIF image that accompanies Johannes' article
    on Entropic Gravity.
    Because it is true.

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    adaptivecomplexity
    ... the accumulation of tons of cheap, crappy plastic Happy Meal toys in landfills nationwide.
    Mike
    CJE
    Psychologists Say "Fast Food Culture" Promotes Consumption of Canadian Bacon. That's a shame; it doesn't even taste like bacon. 
    logicman
    Psychologists Say "Fast Food Culture" Promotes better school attendance, faster learning, a healthy mind and a healthy body.  This following a survey of 3 couch potatos who actually got off their backsides and answered the knock at the door.
    Andrea Kuszewski
    For those of you keeping score at home, the winner of Scientific Blogging Madlibs III, if you can call it that, was Andrea Kuszewski with the following effort:
    I have yet to be bored watching the 27-and-a-half-hour extended versions
    of...the front page GIF image that accompanies Johannes' article on Entropic Gravity.
    Yay! I never win anything! But you had to bring that up, didn't you? Now I went back to the article and started staring at the small embedded image for about 10 minutes. Mind control, I tell ya.

    Psychologists Say "Fast Food Culture" Promotes... Consumption of Fast Food.

    This study was obviously done by the brilliant revolutionaries that brought us "Bullies Pick on Unpopular Kids" and "Excessive Eating Results in Weight Gain". I guess not everyone is shooting for the Nobel.
    Hank
    You're due for a new MadLibs, aren't you?  This one practically writes itself.


    ... my pants.
    logicman
    Pliopithecus Canmatensis - New Primate Species Found In ...

    singles bar.
    jtwitten
    Yeah, but the quality of responses is not compelling enough to overcome inertia. Perhaps we need to give the arbitrarily chosen victor some SB swag. Hint. Hint. Nudge. Nudge.