Seriously? Mcdonalds already show it on their covers, dont stop me from eating a angus with a large coke whenever I go there.
I thought they already had to show the full nutritional info? You mean like directly on the menu or something?
They do but only on request. Mcdonalds does it anyway cause they lost a lawsuit against morbidly obeses people pretending Mcdonalds made them fat, not their behavior.I thought they already had to show the full nutritional info? You mean like directly on the menu or something?
Combating willful ignorance on such prevalent health issues actually has the potential to reduce medical costs, which are paid for by the government as well.
While yes, I'm sure the plurality of people that voted for this law have good intentions. However, this law is useless due to 99.9% of people already knowing that these items are bad. Therefore making the only conceivable gain from this, if you will, is that the government gets to restate common sense.
Now, as many of you realize, a government always seeks to make itself bigger. By restating this common sense, they are able to make themselves seen in more places, as well as making it seem as if they have the good intentions of the people at heart. Not to mention it makes people more stupid, in my opinion, due to having to rely on others to make simple decisions instead of thinking themselves.
There really are many reasons why they would enact this law, but more regulation, in this case, does nothing. Therefore, it is actually either an act of stupidity, or greed.
they should vote to shut that shit down. It's much cheaper to buy a stick of lard and bag of sugar and make that shit at home in your deep fryer.
Fuck it. It is amusing to watch confused fat people get fat without knowing how they are getting fat.
Besides Ragnarok enjoys ground up, artificially flavored cow's anus.
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Once I was sitting at the table with a former girlfriends mother while she was eating a snack cracker and reading the nutritional value. She asks me "these have 70 calories each, is that a lot?" I was like wha? that little cracker cant have 70 calories so I took the box, it was 70 calories per serving which was like 14 crackers. Me point is that should couldn't even figure out the "per serving" value nor had any idea what was or was not a lot.