Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Golfing Gator, Jun 10, 2019.
He started his tariffing in Jan of 2018
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To be honest economies are probably the area of politics for which I have the least natural capacity and world economies even less than that. It's not a natural grasp for me. But hey, knowing what you don't know is a big step. Give me a few days to catch up and I'll get back to you. Seriously--summer is when I try to get my head out of my cave and see what's up in the world.
I'm already deep into historical documentaries but I ALREADY love those--time to stretch myself and learn something new. Please send primers my way! I'm serious. Thanks
please explain how you get a correlation between conservatives and being fat--according to states???
being red states mean the majority of votes went red--BUT, not everybody votes!!!!!!!!!!
understand how your '''correlation''' is idiotic ??
Did I say there was one? I asked a simple question, I made no declarations.
But do you find it odd that the 19th (I guess I was off by one) fattest states are all reliable Republican voting states?
Fair enough! I feel about history the way you do about economics, it is just not my thing.
don't try to lie/twist//bullshit
yes--you ARE saying there is one---and you just did it again with post # 45
and what are you saying???!!!:
you hate fat people
you hate ''conservatives''?
fat people are worse than skinny people?
.....your OP has no real stats on the subject/etc---yet when ''''conservatives'' [ hahahah ] like myself give REAL stats on certain groups we are called RACIST/HATERS/etc
i thought we were supposed to love and support fat people for eating themselves to death ?
so says the lefts corporate sponsors and the Belgian minister of health
Snowflakes Triggered by Calorie Count Exam Question
Exam questions must be carefully scrutinized to weed out any political incorrectness. Otherwise, fragile snowflakes may become triggered. From formerly great Britain:
Pupils protested that a maths GCSE question about how many calories a woman had consumed for breakfast was distressing for anyone who has struggled with an eating disorder.
GCSE = General Certificate of Secondary Education.
One student, a recovering anorexic, told how she was so upset by the question that she had to leave the exam hall in a panic.
No doubt she will be given a perfect score on the test to compensate her for her trauma.
The un-PC exam question:
“There are 84 calories in 100g of banana. There are 87 calories in 100g of yogurt. Priti has 60g of banana and 150g of yogurt for breakfast. Work out the total number of calories in this breakfast”.
The correct answer is, “I’m triggered.”
On a tip from ABC of the ANC.
If someone uses the metric system, they can lose a lot of weight in a hurry. I was at a new doctor's office last year who uses a metric based scale.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that I now weigh 125- I hadn't see that weight that low since I was 13 and started filling out.
Doctors in red states are less likely to use the Metric system, so their patients don't get the metric advantage.
So you telling us their are plenty of jobs/money purchasing power in Red states and the blue states are malnourished due to lack of jobs/government food stamps?
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