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What do you mean by "each source"? There are allegedly 3 servings in the container.

And if each serving has less than 1 calorie (which means they're counted as zero), then how do they add up to 3?

There are three sources of calories: carbs, fat and protein.

They don’t add up to 3 in the “per serving” calculation. They add up to zero. The size of the serving is an approximation “about”

The “per container” is a separate calculation, based on total calories from each source in the container, and they round up.


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TV & Movies / Re: Rate the last movie you just saw.
« Last post by Ah.hell on Today at 10:48:01 am »
The only replicant I can actually imagine being built are the pleasure models. I can't see what reason the other have for looking human.
The assassins make sense, soldiers and laborers not so much.
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TV & Movies / Re: List of the Very Best TV Shows
« Last post by amysrevenge on Today at 10:38:18 am »
I pay for cable and 4 streaming services, and none of them get me Avenue 5.

Let me guess: Hulu, Amazon, Netflix and CBS?

(If you have Apple+ I think you can get it for a fee)

Nah in Canada some of the flavours are different.

Netflix, Amazon, Disney+, Crave

(Here to get Avenue 5 you need Crave plus an add-on for HBO stuff)
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TV & Movies / Re: Rate the last movie you just saw.
« Last post by Noisy Rhysling on Today at 10:04:53 am »
Blade Runner
Of course he had a big laugh at the date the movie takes place (2019), then asked if that is what we thought the future would look like back in the '80s. I said that it was more like what the 80s felt like.

A really good answer. But I will say Blade Runner picked up on the idea that the future with gee wiz technology doesn't mean a better Star Trek world. People will still be living in hovels. Just with laptop computers. I really noticed this while living in Seoul. You've got this massive city with both modern buildings and people running shops out of hovels. But even the people in hovels have laptops and phones and other technology to our 80s eyes would seem like the distant fantastic future.
Dis topia is better than dystopia.
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Forum Games / Re: Visual Counting
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Forum Games / Re: Visual Counting
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Forum Games / Re: Visual Counting
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TV & Movies / Re: Rate the last movie you just saw.
« Last post by mindme on Today at 07:59:25 am »
Blade Runner
Of course he had a big laugh at the date the movie takes place (2019), then asked if that is what we thought the future would look like back in the '80s. I said that it was more like what the 80s felt like.

A really good answer. But I will say Blade Runner picked up on the idea that the future with gee wiz technology doesn't mean a better Star Trek world. People will still be living in hovels. Just with laptop computers. I really noticed this while living in Seoul. You've got this massive city with both modern buildings and people running shops out of hovels. But even the people in hovels have laptops and phones and other technology to our 80s eyes would seem like the distant fantastic future.
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TV & Movies / Re: Rate the last movie you just saw.
« Last post by Noisy Rhysling on Today at 06:15:22 am »
Blade Runner 1982
8/10
Watched this with my 15 year old son.
Of course he had a big laugh at the date the movie takes place (2019), then asked if that is what we thought the future would look like back in the '80s. I said that it was more like what the 80s felt like.
Then within about 15 minutes he asked if we find out Deckard is actually a replicant as well.

It's always interesting to see what predictions would be accurate and whatnot.
Of course we don't have air cars and LA isn't getting constant rain, and thankfully we don't have as much cigarette smoke.
Newspapers?

The only replicant I can actually imagine being built are the pleasure models. I can't see what reason the other have for looking human.
Deckard retired replicants. Deckard retired. See what's missing?
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Second attempt:

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TITLE 21--FOOD AND DRUGS
CHAPTER I--FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B--FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
PART 101 -- FOOD LABELING

Subpart D--Specific Requirements for Nutrient Content Claims

Sec. 101.60 Nutrient content claims for the calorie content of foods.

[...]

(b) Calorie content claims. (1) The terms "calorie free," "free of calories," "no calories," "zero calories," "without calories," "trivial source of calories," "negligible source of calories," or "dietarily insignificant source of calories" may be used on the label or in the labeling of foods, provided that:

(i) The food contains less than 5 calories per reference amount customarily consumed and per labeled serving.

Source: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/CFRSearch.cfm?fr=101.60
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