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Old 05-14-2010, 11:33 AM   #106
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I don't use heinz becuase she is married to Gore and he is such a dumb ass.

Remember the post I wrote last week how you are here only for folks amusement and not to take you seriously....the above post you made embodies that message.
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Old 04-11-2011, 11:08 AM   #107
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I just realized we are headed towards a future predicted by the movie Demolition Man, staring Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes.

"It is explained that anything "not good for you" is deemed "bad" and therefore illegal, including alcohol, caffeine, contact sports, non-educational toys, meat, spicy and unhealthy food, table salt and tobacco. Firearms can only be seen in museums. Physical contact was recognized as causing the spread of disease and is now seen as unusual. Even high-fives have been replaced with energetic waving. "Sex" is no longer a physical act for the same reasons, and even kissing is not condoned. Instead, "Vir-Sex" is performed by using sex simulators worn on the participants' heads to replace physical intercourse. Procreation is carried out in a laboratory; abortion is illegal, but so is unlicensed pregnancy. Toilet paper has been replaced by a set of seashell-like items, though their method of use is left unexplained in the movie (though Stallone later suggested a possible method in an interview as told to him by one of the film's writers[4])."

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Still waiting for the 3 seashells to come out

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Old 04-11-2011, 11:15 AM   #108
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I don't use heinz becuase she is married to Gore and he is such a dumb ass.
I just get Hunt's because it's cheaper.
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Old 04-11-2011, 12:20 PM   #109
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Instead of saying to the Amercan people that they eat like pigs and feed shit to their children they attack the food and soda industry. Thats the F*&king easy way out because we have weak leaders who are only worried about re election. Its the same story over and over again just different subject.

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meh, you can't win. In NY last week they announced new dietary guidelines suggesting you eat no more than 600 calories per meal and the backlash has been the typical I don't want the gov't telling me how to eat BS.
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meh, you can't win. In NY last week they announced new dietary guidelines suggesting you eat no more than 600 calories per meal and the backlash has been the typical I don't want the gov't telling me how to eat BS.
Why would you want to eat BS?? Seriously, if I wanna be a fatass and pig out, who are you to tell me no?
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Why would you want to eat BS?? Seriously, if I wanna be a fatass and pig out, who are you to tell me no?
Well that's the thing... nobody is saying you can't eat like a pig, they are just guidelines. People get all fired up anyway.
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Fat people* get all fired up because society is wagging a finger at them. Publicly.
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Fat people* get all fired up because society is wagging a finger at them. Publicly.

People didnt care when there was a crack down on smokers. Now theres a crack down on fat people..... wonder whos gonna be next?

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Smoking and obesity right into Nazis eh
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Instead of saying to the Amercan people that they eat like pigs and feed shit to their children they attack the food and soda industry. Thats the F*&king easy way out because we have weak leader who are only worried about re election. Its the same story over and over again just different subject.
you didnt think W should intervene with Katrina, using states rights to handle that disaster. but you want Obama telling people what they can eat? wow
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Old 04-11-2011, 03:06 PM   #118
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you didnt think W should intervene with Katrina, using states rights to handle that disaster. but you want Obama telling people what they can eat? wow
First I never W should not intervene with Katrina. I said its the states obligation to ask for federal help when there is a crises. The other part you posted about Obama telling people what they eat also make no sense. The point I was making is that our weak leaders want to pass legislation to try and help kids when the real problem are the parents and what they feed their kids. Our weak leaders don't have balls enough to point out to the parents that they are feeding their kids crap. That does not win votes.
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meh, you can't win. In NY last week they announced new dietary guidelines suggesting you eat no more than 600 calories per meal and the backlash has been the typical I don't want the gov't telling me how to eat BS.
Wow, my post-workout shakes are more than 600.
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Old 04-11-2011, 03:33 PM   #120
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If we shut down McDonalds, that should account for a big piece of the problem.....right? Perhaps they don't qualify as they sell solely chemically based products rather than biologically based?
You can have my salt shaker when you can pry it from my cold dead fingers........
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