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Billboard in heart of Wisconsin warns about dangers of cheese

A nonprofit group with a history of provocative takes on food is preparing a billboard in the heart of dairy country about the dangers of eating cheese.

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is sponsoring a billboard showing the Grim Reaper wearing a cheesehead hat with the message “Warning: Cheese Can Sack Your Health. Fat. Cholesterol. Sodium.”

The billboard is scheduled to go up today in De Pere on the way to Lambeau Field.


Apparently the company that makes those cheesehead hats isn’t really happy with the ad.

If you don’t want to eat Wisconsin Death Cheddar, remember that California cheese comes from happy cows.



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17 Responses to Mmmmmmm, yummy!

  1. Monster from the Id says:

    “Wisconsin Death Cheddar” would be a great name for a rock band. :mrgreen:

  2. Mimi says:

    Someone should put up a billboard next to that one with Michelle Obama shaking it on one of her grand tours with caption “Don’t eat cheese so you can look fabulous and chic”.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    That physicians group is an animal rights front. What I don’t understand they promote vegetarianism as a cruel free diet, yet dairy products are allowed ? Vegan diets don’t allowed dairy.

    http://www.pcrm.org/

  4. yttik says:

    They’ll pry my cheese from my cold, dead hands.

  5. elliesmom says:

    When a young friend of mine lectured me on how cruel it was to use animals for food even if we kept them alive so we could milk them or eat their eggs, I asked her how many cows and chickens she was going to adopt when they were no longer being raised by farmers. And we were going to sterilize all of them so that they would eventually go extinct or was she going to turn over the two acres her house is built on so the wild cows and chickens would have a place to live.

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