Someone's Been Raiding Kathy Griffin's Goodies

Emily Chen · 07/28/10 04:10PM

On My Life on the D-List, Kathy discovered that Tom has some pretty strange Ambien-induced nighttime behaviors, none of which he remembers. After several nightly raids and no "Kathy and junk food" alone time, she stages an intervention for him.

Obama Wants to Starve Your Kids

Hamilton Nolan · 02/08/10 10:51AM

NObama's latest plan to curtail America's freedom is to deny our obese, no-attention-span-having schoolkids the option of gorging on Hot Fries and Snickers out of school-sponsored vending machines. Why won't our nation's soft drink conglomerates stand up for the children?

Meet New York's Worst Food Nazi Mom

Hamilton Nolan · 06/16/09 02:45PM

We support the idea that kids should eat healthy food. Theoretically. But when it involves a crazy mom ranting against birthday cupcakes and battling Girl Scout cookies, we must demur. Meet MeMe Roth, publicist and food Nazi mother:

'You Kids Go Play Outside,' Say Scientists

Hamilton Nolan · 03/03/08 05:37PM

A breakthrough study from the Society of Medical Researchers Who Didn't Think Up a Study Topic Until the Very Last Minute has found that limiting the amount of time your fattie kids sit on their ass watching TV or playing on the internet could help them lose weight! Kids tended to eat less junk food when they were forced to get off their ass and do something else, the study determined [WSJ]. One doctor is recommending parents get some kind of electronic device that limits brain-numbing time per week for children. We wholeheartedly support this effort to whip these no-account kids today into shape. Junk food and TV are not the way to go. There is only one safe and effective way to gain weight:

Care for a frypod with that shake?

Evelyn Nussenbaum · 09/14/07 12:19PM

What red-blooded American child wouldn't rather have nice, healthy apple slices in a frybox than the warm, salty bits of FAT that they're used to? Burger King, doing its best to be a good corporate citizen and fight the good fight against obesity, is offering this new snack in a "frypod." Better question: which marketing consultant decided that evoking "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" in a snack would make it more appealing?