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Flamin' Hot Cheetos Banned in Some Schools

A snack popular with kids is now banned in many schools across the country.
10/16/2012

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Now, to the uproar over flamin' hot cheetos, now banned in many schools around the country. The snack is popular with kids, with its own facebook fan page and online competitions on who can eat the... See More
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