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Old 11-27-2011, 08:59 AM   #646
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If she smokes, she pokes...am I right, bro?
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Old 11-30-2011, 07:53 PM   #647
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If you're going to San Francisco, don't wear a Happy Meal
in your hair with a toy.

*iron strumming a broken guitar and remembering when Hippies use
to believe in freedom.

Some of those Hippies, it seems, are now in charge of the city and have decided to ban Happy Meals with a toy and trying to pressure resturants into more changes.

But Mickie Ds fights back with a dime:
McDonald's will charge for Happy Meal toys in SF
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Old 12-01-2011, 12:15 AM   #648
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But Mickie Ds fights back with a dime:
McDonald's will charge for Happy Meal toys in SF
The economics student in me does quietly snicker at the shortsightedness by city officials on this one and their ability to completely ignore this fairly predictable loophole to their legislation
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Old 12-02-2011, 08:21 PM   #649
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The economics student in me does quietly snicker at the shortsightedness by city officials on this one and their ability to completely ignore this fairly predictable loophole to their legislation

I'm lovin' it

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Old 12-18-2011, 06:10 PM   #651
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:58 PM   #652
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I agree.

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Hide you beer!

Here they c$m$.

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c$m$.
is that meant to be "come". have you been drinking?
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What does this have to do with "food police"?
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is that meant to be "come". have you been drinking?
Yeah, that just makes it look dirty.
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Old 01-06-2012, 01:47 AM   #657
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So what's this thread still pushing? That we should use our freedom to spend public money to feed fat-ass little fucks deep-fried pureed meat bits scraped off of chicken bones by an industrial metal sieve?

Yay!
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Not at all surprising. Anybody who has done any research at all into the dairy lobby knows this. iron horse is still plugging his ears away, having apparently done zero research about the impact that dairy has had on human health.

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Bit off-topic, but one thing that really surprised me when living in China was the speed with which East Asians have taken to dairy products, and in particular dairy-based sweets--there's a fridge case full of flavored yogurt drinks and serving-size ice creams in every 7-Eleven and minimart, Western-style butter-based pastries are widely available at snack stalls and coffee/tea houses, and even the shops selling traditional local desserts often substitute sweetened condensed milk for coconut milk, almond milk and soymilk in puddings and sweet sauces nowadays (as I learned the hard way...). I did get the impression most older people remain uninterested in dairy, and no one at all seemed to have warmed much to cheese and milk yet (except in the Philippines), but younger people certainly looked to be gobbling sweet dairy foods on a regular basis, throughout East and Southeast Asia. Of course, whether that's a nutritionally desirable development is another story, but I can no longer take seriously the old blanket canard that "(East) Asians can't digest dairy."

I'm not personally aware of evidence that moderate consumption of dairy harms most people in and of itself; however, if you (that's general "you") tend towards overweight and know that realistically a structured approach will work better for you than a freewheeling "everything in moderation" philosophy, dairy's not a bad place to cut, since it's so easy to get the nutrients it offers from other, more nutrient-dense foods, without the accompanying dairy fat and sugar. North Americans, like many other Westerners, tend to be pretty attached to the stuff though.
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