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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish View Post
    Actually I think it would induce a hyperglycemic coma!!
    Also, if Twinkies can survive a thermo nuclear war,they can silence bullets!
    I always preferred the cupcakes.
    But are the cupcakes as effective?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fish View Post
    Actually I think it would induce a hyperglycemic coma!!
    I suppose it depends on what kind of diabetes you have and where you are in the progression of the disease. For some type 2 diabetics an influx of high glycemic index carbohydrates will stimulate an over-release of insulin causing a mild hypoglycemia that although not exactly "coma" inducing, is very nap-inducing.

    Both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia can cause a diabetic coma. In the case of hyper your BG has to be pretty high - like over 600 (with normal fasting being less than 100), but in the case of hypo, it doesn't take too much of a drop - dipping below 50 can put you out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianB View Post
    I suppose it depends on what kind of diabetes you have and where you are in the progression of the disease. For some type 2 diabetics an influx of high glycemic index carbohydrates will stimulate an over-release of insulin causing a mild hypoglycemia that although not exactly "coma" inducing, is very nap-inducing.

    Both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia can cause a diabetic coma. In the case of hyper your BG has to be pretty high - like over 600 (with normal fasting being less than 100), but in the case of hypo, it doesn't take too much of a drop - dipping below 50 can put you out.
    You are still killing the Twinkie magic! They not only make good suppressors but they regrow hair! That's my story and I'm stickin' to it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pod View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckingham View Post
    Brian! You sure know how to take the magic out of a Twinkie!
    No one can take the magic out of a Twinkie!!! ('specially the deep fried ones)

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    And we still have the old, "Stick your Ruger Mk. I barrel into an empty 2 liter Coke (TM) bottle and fire ONCE!"

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    Twinkies have no storage life. Every time I buy them, the disappear within a day or two.

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    Ah, so that's what caused the great Twinkie famon, the ATF got wind of this info and bought out the Twinkie factory, bet that DOHS has stockpiles of Twinkies now.
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    Have they made a determination if different flavors of Twinkies suppress at different levels?

    Seem to recall adapters that you could mount to your barrel, then screw an oil filter on it... You know, to catch solvents.....
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