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Pinkwater: Vows Led to Dropped Pounds

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Pinkwater: Vows Led to Dropped Pounds

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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater insists he isn't on a diet —- his wife is. But he eats what she eats and that's meant he's lost 50 pounds. He's doing — by chance, exactly what his father told him to do years ago to lose weight: no white bread, no white rice, no desserts. He says the Fat Pride movement may expel him from its ranks.