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it kinda makes me laugh that diet pop doesn't have the restriction... while I'm aware sugar isn't present, pretty sure artificial sweeteners aren't guilt free either.
Aspartame is worse!! I was shocked to hear that diet pop was excluded. You know the saying "less fat then the original"....it's (mostly) common knowledge that they need to substitute the "less fat" with something else...and it's usually just as bad if sometimes not worse then having it with the normal fat content in it.
ETA: Sorry for the double post, guess I didn't look hard enough before I posted!!
He is beyond a nincompoop. He is coming across like an arrogant donkey's behind. HE knows what is best for everyone right? ONLY he has self control, right? Nobody buys a large soda to share because it is cheaper that way, right?
Tolerance obviously requires a non-contentious manner of relating toward one another’s differences. But tolerance does not require abandoning one’s standards or one’s opinions on political or public policy choices. Tolerance is a way of reacting to diversity, not a command to insulate it from examination.
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