A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

July 24th, 2008

Hahahaha! I love the picture accompanying Michael Shermer‘s latest article in Scientific American. OMG, I think my face says everything you need to know about how I feel about the wheatgrass juice I just swallowed. According to the very nice gentleman who gave us the wheatgrass: the worse it tastes, the more toxic you are. I decided there and then that I must be the government’s next superfund site.

9 Responses to “A Picture Worth a Thousand Words”

  1. Marci on July 24, 2008 9:03 pm

    That is hilarious. If I were there, I think I would have been moving rapidly out of fist-swinging range.

  2. Inoculated Mind on July 25, 2008 2:07 am

    I thought that was you in that picture. Congrats on the exposure.

  3. Jacob on July 25, 2008 3:48 pm

    That is the same face I made when I tried Noni Juice.

  4. Mike on July 25, 2008 7:48 pm

    A good article. There’s quite a bit of that “This is good for you and helps you in such and such way even though Doctors don’t mention anything” phrases that too many people believe to be true. That show which was mentioned would be something I’d watch as well as would be a fresh break away from Mythbusters-type programing of proving things wrong or right. I don’t think they would do topics such as that on their show. Hope the show goes through.

  5. Dr Jimbo on July 26, 2008 11:09 am

    Great picture Dr Kiki

  6. Kevin on July 27, 2008 8:05 pm

    Haha! I looks like you’re about to sock Dr. Novella for getting you into this crazy mess. Great!

  7. Corey J Feldman on July 28, 2008 12:16 pm

    Not your most flattering picture, That must have tasted awful.

  8. Wheatgrass juice is nasty. And worthless. | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine on August 1, 2008 11:01 am

    […] to chuckle at the picture he posted with it: it’s from our Skeptologists shot, where Michael, Kiki Sanders, and Steve Novella drank the evil green liquid called wheatgrass juice. Kiki’s face is […]

  9. PeaceLanese on June 16, 2009 11:33 am

    I stumbled on your website via the wheat grass blog post. Please, I’m extremely curious if you think Dr. Robert Young’s “New Biology” is valid. Can you address your dis-eases through maintaining a less acidic state? He seems to have evidence of this.

    If so, http://www.americanwellnessnetwork.com/Natures-Immune-Booster-and-pH-Balancer.html wheat grass is reported to be highly alkiline.



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