Listen, I'll be the first to admit I just don't get kids these days. And, no, I never thought I'd say that. In fact, my own kids are often the biggest mystery of all. And I'd like to think I know them better than any of the others.

So I can kind of see a little logic behind the latest Center for Science in the Public Interest study that picks apart fast food meals like my daughter at the dinner table.

According the group's data, 90 percent of kids' meals at fast food chains are brimming with more calories than they need — along with extra helpings of fat and salt. Yum. (I bet even the toys have more lead than they need, too.)

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