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|Subject: Re: Students On Strike Against Nanny State||Date: 10/8/2012 4:32 PM|
|Author: decath||Number: 867917 of 884988|
Look - if you pay for your own lunch you can eat what you like. As long as it is tax dollars paying for it, it should at least be marginally healthy - not a carb/fat fast food fest designed to bring on Type 2 diabetes in our obese school age population - as that is in the interests of the country as a whole.
We are rapidly turning into a very fat, very stupid, and very whiny country....
Well said Gingko. I agree. I propose we also limit what people can buy on their ETB cards. Only real food. No cakes, pies, candies, potato chips etc.. Only basic foods should be allowed such as produce, meat, dairy and grains.
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