re# Skilgannon wrote:Flare wrote:
I say educate rather than dictate, are we not human can we not think ?
Her type should be forced onto a re-hab clinic and fed only vegetables while doing various exercise activities... instead of surgery.
Educate, not dictate.
anyone else see the HUGE self contradiction here?
How is someone being FORCED into a re-had clinic education?
I missed this comment sorry...
That part was more or less an exaggeration, however wouldn't you think its more educational to attend a rehab and healthy diet / exercise regime over a surgical procedure to cure the stupidity of living on take away , junk food and ready meals AND then complaining the stuff makes them fat ?
I get irritable with what I am hearing from government these days... tax junk food to combat obesity and raise booze prices to combat under aged drinking issues... all I hear is make people pay more money for these stuff, this isn't solutions its more like cash grabs.
Want to stop obesity ? Subsidise gyms through the NHS and post pamphlets about the calories in popular junk foods and advise on what's better to eat / fast to prepare / alternative to the usual junk.... novel idea that, pamphlets with useful advice instead of the usual ad junk.
Want to stop this under aged drinking issue ? Take away the licence to sell alcohol from general stores and super markets and make said licence only available to shops that specialise in selling alcohol... then make these shops responsible for age checking (supermarkets like ASDA , Tesco, ect can still have a alcohol store in their mega stores just as a completely separate store within a store). This reduces casual picking up of booze as you shop and reduces the effectiveness of low priced booze as a draw to the shop, results in roughly the same effect without slapping on 'moar taxes'.