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  • Eva Moss England
    March 31, 2011 - 16:21

    Give us a Break CBS Mail,We can Eat Whatever We Want For Breakfast,As A Displaced Newfoundlander,I would LOVE To have Fishcakes for Breakfast. Have A Great Day,WTG to The Gentleman who saved His Life.

  • CBS Mail
    March 31, 2011 - 14:36

    I would like to congratulate the two heroes involved. The the lesson here is not to blame one for cooking fish cakes fdr breakfacst, but to understand the importance of being prepared for real life emergencies like this one. Congradualtions to you both, you are a true HERO!

  • mary
    March 31, 2011 - 10:58

    WOW, Sean, you are in the mood to be arrogant today! I've never had fish cakes with fat back pork, how do you know this lady used that with the ones she was making. I have bacon and eggs (not Turkey bacon either) for breakfast at times - oh, my goodness the shame, the shame. I'm probably in better shape than you will ever be. I see more obese people here in St. John's than I have ever seen anywhere. Oh those rural St. John's people - oh wait now, St. John's isn't rural.

  • Sean
    March 31, 2011 - 10:25

    I am very glad that the gentleman was OK. I do wish to say, however, that not one word was ever mentioned about diet, and exercise, in the article. Look, culture and food, and geography, etc, all matter to everyone, and its to be valued. But fish cake,s probably fried, and not baked, and made maybe with fat back pork, for ones BREAKFEAST...Plus exercise factors, etc, well, frankly, the Lady who was making her husband fishcakes should realize that a bit more. Including for her own health. Whole grains, and associated things, should make up ones breakfeast, and NOt, at least not regularly, ones breakfeast. Also, bacon and eggs, VS the turkey bacon, as a substitute, is OK, sometime,s but its BETTER for a lunch or a supper. Rural Newfoundland, and in urban areas, too, but less so, well, healthy lifestyles still seem to elude everyopne, and there si NO NEED Personal responsibility does matter. On another topic, I am NOT a US style tea partier, I am progressive, but look, Stephen Harper does not have horns on his head, OK, and the Liberal bench, and candidates, and policies, are so weak, so very weak. Well, that is my two cents worth, and good luck to the family in the story, it was a nice story, of hlping others, etc. I just wanted to make a comment on what i did NOT read, in that story. OK? You can print this a s aletter to the editor,. if you wish. Cheers!