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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What is Higher? HHI of Presumptively Anti-competitive Mergers or Caloric Intake at the ABA Antitrust Spring Meeting

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

My goodness. One can get the daily caloric intake of an elephant in just one sitting for breakfast receptions that firms are putting on for the Spring Meeting and lunch and dinner are yet to come. I am 6'3 and weigh 156 lbs.  I have had constant weight since age 16. However, for the rest of you, let me offer some suggestions:

  1. don't eat fried foods
  2. drink lots of water
  3. don't eat cookies - the combination of sugar and fat may taste good but will give you a tummy ache at the 3pm session
  4. look for the grilled and raw vegetables. Raw are typically better for you but grilled taste better
  5. stay away from hard alcohol
  6. keep coffee down to two drinks a day

 

 

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