Pulitzer Prize losers honored
Consequences Or Consequences, NM - (Apr 21) - The only 3 people who didn't win a Pulitzer Prize this year were honored, today, at the Pulitzer Prize Losers Ceremony held in the specially-built for the occasion Pulitzer Prize Losers Stadium in Consequences Or Consequences, New Mexico.
The losers, accompanied by their parole officers' ex-wives....
Vitamin E may reduce the risk of taking too much vitamin C, study finds
According to, you know, "a study," vitamin E has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of taking too much vitamin C.
Many people are apparently taking too much vitamin C because a recent study has shown that taking vitamin C can significantly reduce the risk of taking too much vitamin B12.
Many people are apparently taking too much vitamin B12 because a recent study has shown that taking vitamin B12 can significantly reduce the risk of taking too much vitamin E.
Researchers from Columbia Hardcore Medical Center (CHMC) of New York's Hardcore Hospital found a person's risk of taking too much vitamin C is reduced by 68 percent if he or she takes a vitamin E supplement while doing 95 in a stolen Camaro, in reverse, the wrong way up a one-way hill at night, without lights, and with his or her eyes already closed anyway.
"People are, uhhh.... something," said neurologist and study author Dr. What's His Name of CHMC.
"People are .... uhhhh, something." said neurologist and study co-author, Dr. What's His Name, of the Mass Haaaa Chooo! Institute of Technology. Gesundheit.
Death from taking excessive amounts of vitamin C, the third leading cause of death in the United States, often occurs without warning. Warning signs include obsessively watching camera footage shot digitally from a dildo, and walking around complaining about how the masses are so fucking boring, they're even putting opium to sleep.
Vitamin E occurs naturally in, you know, "stuff," but, according to researchers, most people just eat twinkies and lab alcohol, and so require a supplement.
"Though vitamin E is important to reduce the risk of taking too much vitamin C, we aren't suggesting, uh.... anything," said What's His Name. "Too much vitamin E can create a sick desire to take too much vitamin D and can make you walk around all the time complaining about how the masses are the opiate of opium and how camera footage shot digitally from dildos isn't what it used to be."
Researchers said there are other things people can do to lower their risk of taking too much Vitamin C.
"For one thing," suggested noted authority Dr. Rebecca Sunnybrook, "they can stop taking too much vitamin C."
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