It's ok, bluerodeo, I got it.
This gives the phrase "Death by Chocolate" a whole new meaning!
On a more serious note, I have a bit of a problem with the percentages given. They are not using the same base.
"British experts studied more than 17,000 children born in 1970 for about four decades. Of the children who ate candies or chocolates daily at age 10, 69 percent were later arrested for a violent offense by the age of 34. Of those who didn't have any violent clashes, 42 percent ate sweets daily."
This is like saying 100% of people who eat turnips, breathe, yet this doesn't mean 100% of people who breathe, eat turnips.
In order for the percentages for the chocolate-eating kids to be valid, both sets of figures should have been derived from the number of kids who eat chocolate.
A smile is a curved line that sets things straight. ~ Anon.