Such irresponsible reporting perpetuates the belief that obesity doesn’t make covid worse nor increase the risk of death.
It happened yet again: I clicked on a headline about a young unvaxxed woman who died from covid — but not before I said to myself without first seeing her photo, “She was obese.”
And sure enough, the photo clearly showed a significant weight problem. She was only 29 and was supposed to get married this summer.
Both she and her fiancé had decided against the jab because his coworkers convinced him (yes, mere coworkers) that the vaccine causes infertility.
As a fan of true crime TV (most notably the ID Channel), I’ve watched countless homicide docudramas.
I’ve also probably watched every single episode of “Forensic Files” and “Mystery Detectives.”
If you watch enough of these shows, you’ll soon learn that in almost every murder case, the victim’s foolish choices lead to his or her fate.
It’s unbelievable how many people, who have every reason to believe that the next person at their door will be the sociopath who’s been stalking them, will actually answer their door late at night or even past midnight — despite not expecting anyone.
These lightning-clever responses will leave your adversaries speechless.
Have you ever been caught off-guard by an insult or angry comment in person? Are you often left tongue-tied by someone’s remark? I present an arsenal of word weaponry that’ll leave your enemies speechless and defeated.
“Actually, you’re half-correct. I always have to have the last intelligent word. So if I have the last spoken word, I win. But if you have the last spoken word, it’ll never be intelligent, so I’ll always have the last intelligent word. I win either way!”
Then tap your temple and smile. If they say something…
It happened again: a comment to an article of mine, calling me out for not also mentioning A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H. What, I should create a two-hour read?
What’s going on when a commenter asks why I didn’t also include (fill in the blank) or mention (fill in the blank) and why my article focuses only on (fill in the blank)?
Is there a rule that bans dedicating articles to only one specific topic?
I think they’re just being a bunch of sour grapes. They can’t think of any way to intelligently present their opposition…
The school should get them bigger desks. Though kids shouldn’t suffer bruises on their thighs and stomach from being squeezed into a desk, we should also consider the humiliation of having to use a junior high school desk when you’re in grade school.
I was inspired to write this after reading an Instagram post by a morbidly obese woman who’s on a mission to normalize morbid obesity.
Her two oldest kids, nine and seven, are notably overweight and couldn’t fit in their desks. So she asked for bigger desks and got them. In her mind, the problem was solved.
Any job I’ve ever had meant nothing more to me than a paycheck, a way to pay the bills, a matter of economics. Who SEZ your job has to be more?
Hey, if you love your full-time job — and I mean truly, sincerely love it for the most part — -then consider yourself quite lucky and blessed.
If you’ve always viewed your work as nothing but a paycheck, there’s nothing wrong with you. There is nothing to be ashamed about.
And, in fact, I really have to wonder about people who claim they love their work. …
And I also know that visceral fat can be deadly.
One of the biggest statements of denial among the fat liberation and fat activist camps is when they tell someone, “You’re not her doctor,” when that person points out how unhealthy obesity is.
If I say, “Smoking is very unhealthy,” is the accuracy of this statement questionable just because I’m not a medical doctor? Why can’t I be just as correct as a doctor when I state a FACT?
Obesity is not healthy. Period. No medical degree is required to recognize this fact, just like no medical degree is required…
Every single time. If you’re fat, get the jab!
I check msn.com twice a day for news. Whenever there’s a story with a headline such as, “Unvaccinated Parents of Seven Die Eight Hours Apart from Covid,” I read the story.
With so many people being unvaccinated, these stories keep popping up. And every single time — no, I’m not exaggerating — the photos show a considerably overweight victim. These unvaccinated victims range from teen to middle-age.
Before I even click on the headline, I tell myself, I bet he was morbidly obese. And I’m right every single time.
Can’t remember to put your headlights on in the dark? Then you don’t deserve to drive.
You wouldn’t leave the house without your phone, wallet, or purse, so how can you forget to turn your headlights on when it’s dark?!
The number of people who drive without their headlights in the dark is just astounding. I see it all the time, including on highways.
I was once so infuriated by a loser who was driving around without his headlights that I followed him, where he turned into a gas station. This was after I kept flashing my brights at him.
Ever seen a weak elephant or sickly rhinoceros? These powerful animals live only on plants. Never underestimate the power of greens in your diet.
This includes in beverage form.
You already know that green foods contain an abundance of free-radical-fighting nutrients. But did you know that greens also help restore alkalinity to your body?
The pH scale is from 0 to 14. A pH below 7 is acidic. A pH above 7 is alkaline. An acidic body is a magnet for disease, say many physicians and holistic experts. …