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Originally posted by Avenginggecko
reply to post by badgerprints
Wonderful job at being completely unable to objectively answer any question posed to you and falling back on labeling people you know nothing about as communist.
Intelligent debate: 0
Originally posted by jam321
reply to post by ModernAcademia
Fair is fair.
Obese professors and staff should be obligated to enroll in the fitness class in order to keep their jobs.
Originally posted by HotSauce
reply to post by Unity_99
Maybe they just want to teach these lardasses how to exercise and eat right before their heart gives out and they drop dead. Maybe they are just trying to help them. Plus fat peope contribute more CO2 to global warming. They are kiling us all.
The point is, they don't own anyone and the ego involved in anyone trying to teach someone something relating to their own skin, that they already live in, in a world were facts and information is surrounding them, in homes with multimedia, is incredible.
Also, who are you to call any one a lardass? Whats inside others is of far greater concern to me than anyones appearance. I don't call people names in the least.
As to global warming . That scams been busted wide open, or didn't you read the news about the email scandal. And no, no person in this world has contributed to your discomfort because of their size or apperance.
NO ONE OWNS ANOTHER, they can't tell them what to do, or how to eat. To call someone a name for their appearance shows the a lack of heart, mind, soul or wisdom.
Get over your ego. It does far more harm to this planet, than anyone's weight.
The argument can be made that it should be a mandatory course for everyone, but it can be argued that fit people don't need it.
James DeBoy, Chairman of the school’s Department of Health and Physical Education, feels that school officials are taking the necessary steps in helping their students get healthy.
Lets protest this by getting our younger kids k-12th out of doing anything physical in school also! If we can get them young enough then there is no way we can subject people to such horrible punishment like living and eating healthy and not being a drain on the health care system.