obesity

Pine Tree Ramblings – Vol 4

by Tom January 29, 2018

The feminization of males is on the top of people’s minds these days.  Liberals, with their strong senses of emotion and relativism, are advocating it, saying gender should be neutral and men should assimilate to better understand oppressed women.  Conservatives, with their strong traits of logic and rationalism, scorn the crossing of inherent gender boundaries […]

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Government Health Care, the Ultimate Fat Shamer

by Scott Morales October 20, 2017

Michael Moore spit takes caramelly nuggets; spurting Fiddle Faddle over his engorged belly and across the room landing on a landscape of crumpled plastic bags, smashed soda cans, and empty tubes of Cheese Whiz. A white powdery mini donut slips from the sugary pasty agape mouth of Amy Schumer to it’s doom on the white […]

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California Anti-Obesity Campaign Photoshops Skinny Kid to Look Fat

by Steve MacDonald June 10, 2013

An anti-obesity ad campaign being run by the California Children and Families  Commission digitally altered a little girl to make her look fatter.  This is something anyone with a smart phone or iPod can do with the free fattify App.  It takes your picture and plumps you up like a Ball Park Frank without the […]

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The Left’s War on Education

by Steve MacDonald January 12, 2013

The left’s objection to even one tax dollar finding its way into the hands of a church is legion.  It is (apparently) a matter of even greater concern that we might engage in tax policy that accidentally encourages others–by allowing them to keep more of their own money–to give some of it to a religious […]

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YAY! I am vindicated! Pass that pint of Ben and Jerry’s right on over

by Skip January 2, 2013

Even better if it’s “Chocolate Therapy” for desert.  I’ll take the Prime Rib Medium please….: In a review of almost 100 past studies covering nearly three million people, researchers found that being overweight or slightly obese was linked to about a 6 percent lower risk of dying, compared to people considered “normal weight.“ Being severely […]

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