^ I understand the sentiments.. but he won't get through to people that way. As smart as he is, he must understand that. If the goal is getting through to people to help them, things would be done in a more effective pattern (as obviously the current shock method isn't working.).. To give up his position of authority and credibility to back up his cause wouldn't be the smartest decision made by someone who's actions are motivated to help others.
This seems a bit self absorbed and self righteous, the way his actions are. Too over the top, without any consideration for the people around him, for me to take his actions as the sound judgement of a nutritionist interested in my health.
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I was actually referring to his policies toward employees...as for the rest, he WAS using tax money in order to essentially harass the people around him. That's not a violation of any constitutional rights (unless the local judges determine verdicts on the basis of "empathy" :rolli, but it should be enough to get his ass fired.
alright fine, but then why bring up about personal freedoms?
you're REALLY stretching this here. personal fucking freedoms...
to begin with, that's really just a sensationalist smokescreen. donuts and personal freedoms don't really belong in the same sentnce.
this is a joke of an issue, but since you're not joking, hede let's get realistic: a well advised citizen doesn't bring up personal freedoms regarding donuts anyway. people won't take you seriously when you have a good reason to complain about a violation then.
Originally Posted by Kangirl
Apparently. I'll miss you, Heart, you donut guzzling monster!
indeed. looks like both sides of the issue are taking themselves and their opposition too seriously to me. am i... perhaps i need to reassess my values, but i never figured donuts to be such a crucial part of politics and... evidently, the general wellbeing of Americans.