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Saturday, 22 December 2012

Paul DeFeo wins Time Magazine Man of the year award

The world of diabetes was left stunned today, when Time Magazine, rolled out their annual man of the year award in New York. Regarded by many, as one of the most prestigious awards, this year went to relative newcomer Paul DeFeo. Although beset with some major personal battles this year Paul found time to take on lowcarb anti miscreants and help others. At the award ceremony today, Roger ‘Keto Warrior’ Jenkins stated “Paul is always cheerful and making a major contribution in the fight against dietary stupidity” 

Jenkins long time sidekick Monty Beantipper could not attend due to him being on remand and currently residing in Brixton Prison. It is alleged Beantipper masterminded the recent arson attack at the Celebrations Chocolate Factory in Barrow-in-Furness. Long term anti and Celebrations aficionado Sid Bonkers said, “due to Beantipper my Christmas has been completely knackered” However Sid’s mates at DCUK have sent him a pallet of Hobnobs to help him through the Yuletide holiday.

The Sun


Anonymous said...

As an avid follower of this blog (and others!)

Well done well deserved

Anonymous said...

Great news, Paul deserves this most 'prestigious award'


Paul said...

"I'm not very good at making speeches but I'd just like to say thanks for this great honour and I'd personally like to wish a merry christmas and a healthy,happy new year to everyone on the blog and the worldwide diabetic community!" Much love


Lowcarb team member said...

Paul you don't need to make speeches actions speak louder than words and all that!

The very best wishes to you and your family.

Happy Christmas

Lowcarb team member said...

Hi Paul

A very happy Christmas and a healthy New Year to you and Yours. Thanks for your support and comments.


Anonymous said...

I like Paul and this is well deserved. There are some good people at ETYM but in view of recent events (12th, 13th Jan ) I would not be happy at joining this forum. Do they really cater for everyone? Look deep inside and answer honestly.