3/26/12

This is disgusting. Why can't people eat healthier and work out a couple of days a week? I don't want to pay even more taxes to fund lazy fatasses
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3/26/12

gotta look on the upside bro: more fat bootys

big gurls need love 2

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In reply to swagon
3/26/12

swagon:

big gurls need love 2

they just gotta pay

Rise early, work hard, strike oil.

In reply to ChEM3
3/26/12

ChEM3:
swagon:

big gurls need love 2

they just gotta pay


gigity

Get busy living

3/26/12

This coming from a guy addicted to Starbucks?

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

3/26/12

This is the next logical step. Once Obama care rolls out this argument will become even more valid. Slowly moving down the road to total control.

Go watch Demolition Man and you can have a glimpse into the future.

3/26/12

Denmark has a fat tax (food high in saturated fat or something like that). Fat tax and sugar tax. Although, I don't know how I'd go without bacon...

In reply to EngBanker
3/26/12

EngBanker:
Denmark has a fat tax (food high in saturated fat or something like that). Fat tax and sugar tax. Although, I don't know how I'd go without bacon...

Haha, when I first saw this I thought they taxed fat people. Now THAT'S and idea.
3/26/12
In reply to BTbanker
3/26/12

Connor:
EngBanker:
Denmark has a fat tax (food high in saturated fat or something like that). Fat tax and sugar tax. Although, I don't know how I'd go without bacon...

Haha, when I first saw this I thought they taxed fat people. Now THAT'S and idea.

HAHA! Definitely agree! But then again, I don't think our politicians would go for it. That'd be financial suicide for the majority of them ;)
3/26/12

Record Obesity + Expansion of Obamacare = Total win for our generation....

In reply to EngBanker
3/26/12

EngBanker:
Connor:
EngBanker:
Denmark has a fat tax (food high in saturated fat or something like that). Fat tax and sugar tax. Although, I don't know how I'd go without bacon...

Haha, when I first saw this I thought they taxed fat people. Now THAT'S and idea.

HAHA! Definitely agree! But then again, I don't think our politicians would go for it. That'd be financial suicide for the majority of them ;)

LOL Have Cris Christie run that platform in 2016?

Get busy living

3/26/12

I don't believe it's going to hit 75% that soon, if ever. And instead of a sugar tax, how about a tax credit for gym memberships or other physical activities? If we're going to make laws for "the greater good" why not propose less in taxes instead of more?

In reply to UFOinsider
3/26/12

UFOinsider:
EngBanker:
Connor:
EngBanker:
Denmark has a fat tax (food high in saturated fat or something like that). Fat tax and sugar tax. Although, I don't know how I'd go without bacon...

Haha, when I first saw this I thought they taxed fat people. Now THAT'S and idea.

HAHA! Definitely agree! But then again, I don't think our politicians would go for it. That'd be financial suicide for the majority of them ;)

LOL Have Cris Christie run that platform in 2016?

platform? more like fatform!

also chris christie is too fat to run on any platform. speed walking would be safer.

In reply to TDSWIM
3/26/12

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