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Daniel Rogov


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Fri Jul 04, 2008 4:10 am


Tel Aviv, Israel

Ye Gods: Hamburgers and Temporomandibular Dysfunction

by Daniel Rogov » Thu Jul 08, 2010 7:15 pm

If you thought the Bubonic Plague was bad; if you were concerned about the Red Death; or if you have simply been terrified by thoughts about Nile Fever, put your fears aside and take on a new one. Sent to me by one of my faithful correspondents, an article reporting on how eating super-large hamburgers can damage your jaw. See the article at ... er_dangers

As for me, I'm not quite sure what a super-large hamburger might be but my favorites weigh in at 350 grams, are set on a bun together with Romaine lettuce, raw or sauteed onions, tomatoes, cheese, bacon and whatever sauce strikes my fancy at the moment.


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