exactly my point(Original post by Diaz89)
They have any
The Daily Mail susses out Cancer! watch
- 04-02-2010 17:53
(Original post by Finbar21)
- 04-02-2010 17:57
exactly my point
- 04-02-2010 17:58
Surely they are just reporting other peoples findings, so why is everyone having a go at the Mail? Or is this the old 'Daily Fail' bandwagon again?
(Original post by Diaz89)
- 04-02-2010 18:00
I'm surprised the Daily Fail didn't put immigrants as a possible cause.
They will soon enough they love reading through dissertations and experiments from universities and putting them as gospel.
(Original post by A_master)
- 04-02-2010 18:02
- 04-02-2010 18:09
I heard that anything can give you cancer, so meh
- 04-02-2010 18:14
Candle lit dinners
Babies (yes, bit of a paradox that one)
HOLY ****!! I BETTER STOP HAVING CANDLE LIT DINNERS WITH TALCUM POWDERED STOLEN BABIES WEARING FALSE NAILS THAT I BOUGHT OVER MY LAPTOP'S WI-FI CONNECTION FROM WORCESTER THAT I HAVE FOUND OUT NOT TO BE THE MOST IDEAL PLACE FOR SKIING BUT APPARENTLY IT HAS GOOD SAUCE AND IS FAMOUS FOR ITS CHILDLESSNESS PEOPLE WHO OPT TO DEVOTE A LOT OF TIME TO SHAVING VARIOUS BODY PARTS OTHERWISE I MIGHT GET CANCER!!!1!
- 04-02-2010 18:22
as long as there's no suggested mechanism behind such factors its safe to ignore the sensationalists and live your life :P i've rarely seen a mechanism given. usually they just purport a statistical correlation between x factor and y factor and claim it as gospel as said before.
- 04-02-2010 18:30
Love it. Daily Mail is a great newspaper for lighting fires.
(Original post by Jennybean)
- 04-02-2010 23:17
I can't explain how many times I've watched the clip in your sig now. I wish I was alone in the house.
- 04-02-2010 23:20
lol this is funny! :P