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Got chocolate milk?
And finally, can you guess what's being marketed as "nature's recovery drink?"
Here's a hint: it's a new ad campaign from the dairy industry group behind those "Got Milk?" ads. A long list of athletes will be praising the benefits of chocolate milk.
Here's a sample:
Ad 1: After I've gone to hell and back, I refuel with chocolate milk.
Ad 2: To replenish critical nutrients, and for high-quality protein.
The ads cite an industry-sponsored study that found recreational runners who drank fat-free chocolate milk ended up running 23 percent longer, compared to those who drank carbohydrate sports drinks. Some nutrition experts say the industry is really pushing chocolate milk because consumption has been dropping since many school districts have soured on it.
Miss Seattle takes back her anti-Seattle comments
To Seattle, where there's a controversy going on involving the woman who just won the Miss Seattle pageant.
Apparently back in December, she tweeted: "Ugh, can't stand cold rainy Seattle and the annoying people."
Now she says she didn't mean it.
Though it might be tough to prove that, because another tweet said, "Ew. I am seriously hating Seattle right now."
In fairness to her, she used to be Miss Phoenix -- where they have slightly different weather.
Happy 100th Birthday, Oreo
Let me take you back exactly 100 years, to 1912.
Back then, the now debt-stricken Ireland was excited about having built the Titanic.
Here in this country, today's key super tuesday state of Ohio was carried by Theodore Roosevelt in the Republican primary.
And on March 6th, 1912, the National Biscuit Company -- Nabisco -- unveiled the Oreo Cookie.
These days, the Oreo accounts for $2 billion in annual sales.