posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 02:05 PM
I'm still kind of angered that the earlier poster said I smoked and use this fact to "disable" my argument's effectiveness. I don't smoke, and I don't
get where this poster pulled this information from.
Ok, maybe not angry, but a little peeved off because it will create the ripple effect that other posters believe that I participate in an activity and
come off as hypocritical.
For the record: I don't smoke. I don't even engage in safe sex anymore. DON'T MISUNDERSTAND THAT LAST PART AND SAY 'HE HAS UNSAFE SEX' I'm totally
celibate, by choice, for the time being.
Maybe I should post my diet too...insecure much? Yes, kind of. It's like someone saying I own a a bunch of dogs and then arguing against me for saying
that owning too many cats isn't healthy.
I should stop....
On Topic: Being Obese is inherently harmful. The letter was tactfully rude. The letter should not have been published by the news network. Obesity
should not be accepted as normal. The anchor should pick up an exercise routine and simply cut down on her caloric intake. Everyone promoting fat
acceptance is harming society in a major way. There is a difference between helping to educate individuals and being rude. There is a difference
between bullying and being honest. Fat people shouldn't call other people fat, that's not helping. Education > Mocking. We really should make sure
that our children are involved in HIIT activities and body weight training from a young age. Being kind and being dishonest are not the same things.
It's no one's business but yours until you bring it out of the house and into the conversation of the social norm.
About Bigotry: Does anyone make a choice that leads to them becoming White, Black, Asian, Hispanic, Indian, Native American, Middle Easterner or
anything inbetween? Does anyone make a choice that leads them to becoming Gay, Straight, Tall, or Short?
Does anyone make choices that lead to them being anorexic, bulimic, or obese? Yeah...we're getting somewhere.
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TheOneElectric because: (no reason given)