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I think we should stop dissin' the cars and have a look at the real problem...fat people

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Fat people are a problem; despite their absurd claims to the contrary, they did get that way by eating prodigious amounts of food, and that kind of overconsumption isn't good for the environment either because logically, somebody has to make all of that food in the first place.
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I think for airlines they should charge a fee, plus the amount of weight you have.

So you have the plane ticket, and then you step on the scale with all your luggage and then you pay a calculated fee like $0.50 a kilo.
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Darth Wong wrote: Fat people are a problem; despite their absurd claims to the contrary, they did get that way by eating prodigious amounts of food, and that kind of overconsumption isn't good for the environment either because logically, somebody has to make all of that food in the first place.


That is hardly the case for a lot of obese people whom have genetic or other medical conditions.
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Hey, perhaps if we all stopped farting...
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Draegonis wrote: Hey, perhaps if we all stopped farting...
no way.
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xdarkday wrote: no way.


Like, yes way man...
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divad123 wrote: That is hardly the case for a lot of obese people whom have genetic or other medical conditions.


And how many people have a medical condition that makes them obese (other than obesity) & some people naturally have a lower metabolism but even if you metabolism is lower than normal so is your hunger as hunger..

Obese people are obese because they have more than their body requirements and if someone is eating more than their body requires they are wasting food, damaging the environment and themselves.

And a sanitary lifestyle is hardly condition, people should recognize that they don’t use much calories because of their lifestyle & decide they should also not eat as much.
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divad123 wrote:
Darth Wong wrote:Fat people are a problem; despite their absurd claims to the contrary, they did get that way by eating prodigious amounts of food, and that kind of overconsumption isn't good for the environment either because logically, somebody has to make all of that food in the first place.

That is hardly the case for a lot of obese people whom have genetic or other medical conditions.

The fact that some people out there can get away with eating lots of food without gaining weight does not mean that people who are not so blessed didn't eat a lot of food to gain weight. Even genetics cannot create mass out of nothing.
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Draegonis wrote: Hey, perhaps if we all stopped farting...


Then how are we suppose to impress the ladies?
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farting is more safe than drive a car for 10 minutes.
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Ohh, fat people fart more as well ;)


And we can also blame them for noise pollution: http://www.dimensionsmagazine.com/dimte ... noise.html
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The worst thing about fat people is the way they turn their kids into fat people too, by teaching them these horrible eating habits. And then they run around saying it's "genetics" :roll:

I particularly like the fat people who make a point of eating only a salad at mealtime (and drawing everyone's attention to that fact), and then snacking continuously throughout the entire day.
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Josh|phpBB wrote:Hi,

Just wondering what everyones views, opinions, and facts towards the fact of pollution are? Where will we be because of it? What does it hurt most? What do you think about it? And what can be done to stop it?

Thanks guys, and I look forward to hearing your input. 8)
No doubt humans have polluted the enviorment but I don't think its bad enough to worry about
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This topic is from 2004, and your post didn't really add anything to it. Please make sure that you don't revive dead topics without justification in future
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