fat children
Keep it simple

Indianapolis, IN

#42 Feb 2, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
It is not a crime to be fat. You may not like it, but ragging on overweight people accomplishes nothing. It only encourages the ignorant to treat them like trash.
For those who still cannot seem to know the difference being overweight is NOT the subject on this thread. It is being morbidly obese and raising children who follow. Citizens with this lifestyle pose all kinds of problems on society from healthcare issues (we pay for it), free lunches, dinners, breakfasts and snacks (we pay for it), unemployment (can't/won't/never will get a job so we pay for them) to minor irritation such as over crowding the ER, Kroger, Walmart, and having to listen to the beep-beep-beep of the da$# carts they drive around the stores as they can't/won't/never will walk. So go take your 20 extra lbs. and find a thread that cares.
Hmmm

United States

#43 Feb 2, 2013
...and let us keep right on making fun of and stereotyping overweight people "for their own good" because, let's face it, bullying people who are not like us is good, clean fun.

Right.
anarchy

Wakarusa, IN

#44 Feb 2, 2013
Eat more deer. It's much leaner than beef.
Keep it simple

Indianapolis, IN

#45 Feb 2, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
...and let us keep right on making fun of and stereotyping overweight people "for their own good" because, let's face it, bullying people who are not like us is good, clean fun.
Right.
...and let's keep using current buzzwords and make the narrative fit the fabricated situation. Right.
Wow

Connersville, IN

#46 Feb 2, 2013
Grow the fu** up people geeeeez. Leave people alone. Everyone is different. It's life!
Saturday Suckfest

Wakarusa, IN

#47 Feb 2, 2013
camie eats her doo doo wrote:
stop giving fat kids candy and fast food. I will refuse to give out candy to a fat kid on halloween. get their ass's on diets and take away video games. you are forcing us to step up and tell your children they need to get healthy. thats your job to take care of ur child
So why are you worried about it if it's our job? How about stop enabling kids to get fat by handing out candy? You can give out lots of other HEALTHY snacks so really that's your dumbazz fault. We didn't "force" you to do anything. YOU took it upon yourself. Obviously you have nothing better to do. Let me guess, you used your foodstamps, welfare check and/or disability check to buy the candy didn't you. That's what I thought.
Shawnee

Chicago, IL

#48 Feb 2, 2013
U r not better than I am because u r skinny. What about ur face?? Ugly stays ugly down deep
true

Wakarusa, IN

#49 Feb 2, 2013
Agree Shawnee..like they say..you can't polish a terd!!!
Keep it simple

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Feb 2, 2013
Shawnee wrote:
U r not better than I am because u r skinny. What about ur face?? Ugly stays ugly down deep
I am better, Shawnee, as I know how to write complete words. You know...words...like in a book? Bad example. Words...sentences...subject, predicate...not ringing a bell is it? Let me try to communicate wif u - jst cuz u haf a job and fix ur meals dont mean ur ugly.
Saturday Suckfest

Wakarusa, IN

#51 Feb 2, 2013
Keep it simple wrote:
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I am better, Shawnee, as I know how to use a huge dong. You know...like a cucumber? Bad example. Sausage...a meat stick...a carrot...just because I masterbate 24/7 dont mean I'm ugly.
;o
DDC

United States

#52 Feb 2, 2013
Keep it simple wrote:
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I am better, Shawnee, as I know how to write complete words. You know...words...like in a book? Bad example. Words...sentences...subject, predicate...not ringing a bell is it? Let me try to communicate wif u - jst cuz u haf a job and fix ur meals dont mean ur ugly.
Predicate, even my synapses don't fire to that. I am thinking simply the verb and rest of sentence? I think I may need to find a grammar for dummies book.
Educate yourself

Connersville, IN

#53 Feb 2, 2013
My point is that it is impossible to know by looking at a child what the circumstances may be. There are so many diseases that result in obesity as well as medications that cause weight gain. I wish that people who feel they must take it upon themselves to judge these children put as much effort into finding solutions to help out. Many parents lack the resources and education on how to make changes. There are many groups for adults struggling with weight issues but very few that address children’s needs. I have researched this matter and have concluded what is available is minimal and the cost is very substantial. We as a community need more resources in place that teach families and children how to achieve overall healthier lifestyles. I know there is not an easy solution and you cannot force people to participate in healthier life changes. I do feel the majority of parents want what is in the best interest of their children.
Keep it simple

Indianapolis, IN

#54 Feb 2, 2013
Educate yourself wrote:
My point is that it is impossible to know by looking at a child what the circumstances may be. There are so many diseases that result in obesity as well as medications that cause weight gain. I wish that people who feel they must take it upon themselves to judge these children put as much effort into finding solutions to help out. Many parents lack the resources and education on how to make changes. There are many groups for adults struggling with weight issues but very few that address children’s needs. I have researched this matter and have concluded what is available is minimal and the cost is very substantial. We as a community need more resources in place that teach families and children how to achieve overall healthier lifestyles. I know there is not an easy solution and you cannot force people to participate in healthier life changes. I do feel the majority of parents want what is in the best interest of their children.
Being abnormally overweight is not a community problem. It is a personal one. The majority of parents in this county could care less what is in the best interests of their children. Take a gander at the tribe running around Walmart. Sick kids, no discipline, grocery carts full of convenience foods, no manners and you would have us to believe these kids are this way because their cortisol levels are high causing stubborn belly fat. Really?
Go outside and play

Thorntown, IN

#55 Feb 3, 2013
Educate yourself wrote:
My point is that it is impossible to know by looking at a child what the circumstances may be. There are so many diseases that result in obesity as well as medications that cause weight gain. I wish that people who feel they must take it upon themselves to judge these children put as much effort into finding solutions to help out. Many parents lack the resources and education on how to make changes. There are many groups for adults struggling with weight issues but very few that address children’s needs. I have researched this matter and have concluded what is available is minimal and the cost is very substantial. We as a community need more resources in place that teach families and children how to achieve overall healthier lifestyles. I know there is not an easy solution and you cannot force people to participate in healthier life changes. I do feel the majority of parents want what is in the best interest of their children.
Most parents want what is in the best interest of their children, that's a given. Problem is wanting is not good enough. Lack of resources and education are no excuse for lack of common sense. Diseases and medications are the result of the obesity not the cause.

Bottom line, there is an easy solution, take away the computers and gaming systems and buy the pudgy little darlings some bicycles, baseball gloves, basketballs, soccer balls and footballs, then take them outdoors and show them how to use them. A lot of the health problems you speak of are a result of vitamin D deficiency which our bodies produce when we are exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is extracted from the blood by fat cells, altering its release into the circulation. People with a body mass index of 30 or greater often have low blood levels of vitamin D and It's hard to be exposed to sunlight when one is holed up in one's bemdroom playing video games.
Keep it simple

Indianapolis, IN

#56 Feb 3, 2013
Go outside and play wrote:
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Most parents want what is in the best interest of their children, that's a given. Problem is wanting is not good enough. Lack of resources and education are no excuse for lack of common sense. Diseases and medications are the result of the obesity not the cause.
Bottom line, there is an easy solution, take away the computers and gaming systems and buy the pudgy little darlings some bicycles, baseball gloves, basketballs, soccer balls and footballs, then take them outdoors and show them how to use them. A lot of the health problems you speak of are a result of vitamin D deficiency which our bodies produce when we are exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is extracted from the blood by fat cells, altering its release into the circulation. People with a body mass index of 30 or greater often have low blood levels of vitamin D and It's hard to be exposed to sunlight when one is holed up in one's bemdroom playing video games.
...and it first begins with the little pudgy mommas getting off the sofa and front porch to fix their children a decent meal, clean the home, take a bath and begin setting a good example for their children. Put down your cigarette and Mountain Dew and expose your children to culture outside of the Shell Station.
Question

Fort Wayne, IN

#57 Feb 3, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
It seems obesity is the last "acceptable" target for American bigotry. People who are overweight are even assumed to be morally bad, lazy, unemployed, inactive, etc. So we make them buy two plane tickets, glare at them in the grocery store, talk about them as if they didn't deserve to share the earth with Size 0s.
Does it make us somehow superior? Or do people believe it's contagious? It doesn't, and it isn't.
(And no, I'm not.)
What the hell is a size 0? Naked?
Hmmm

Bradford, VT

#58 Feb 4, 2013
Question wrote:
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What the hell is a size 0? Naked?
Check it out. Size 0 exists. That doesn't mean it should be a goal for a woman of normal proportions.
Shawnee

United States

#59 Feb 4, 2013
DDC wrote:
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Predicate, even my synapses don't fire to that. I am thinking simply the verb and rest of sentence? I think I may need to find a grammar for dummies book.
I don't write on topix writing out all my words and I bet in 100 years, the dictionary will look entirely different than what we have known. We don't talk or write the same words that were used 100 years ago. Did you know that the word "ain't" is in the latest addition of the dictionary?? The internet is changing everything.....even in the way people spell and communicate. You proved my point by understanding every letter I wrote in my previous post.
response

Thorntown, IN

#60 Feb 4, 2013
Shawnee wrote:
<quoted text> I don't write on topix writing out all my words and I bet in 100 years, the dictionary will look entirely different than what we have known. We don't talk or write the same words that were used 100 years ago. Did you know that the word "ain't" is in the latest addition of the dictionary?? The internet is changing everything.....even in the way people spell and communicate. You proved my point by understanding every letter I wrote in my previous post.
You replied to the wrong poster. Duh! And you are silly. Surely you know that we don't "talk" a word, that "ain't" has been in the dictionary longer than it's last edition, and I'm sure you meant to write "understanding every WORD I wrote", NOT "every letter I wrote". My goodness....(and just because ain't is in the dictionary does NOT mean it is a grammatically correct word.)

p.s. I highly doubt you'll be here in 100 years. So what the dictionary will contain at that time has no bearing on today's writing.
Hedda Hopper

Connersville, IN

#61 Feb 4, 2013
Shawnee wrote:
<quoted text> I don't write on topix writing out all my words and I bet in 100 years, the dictionary will look entirely different than what we have known. We don't talk or write the same words that were used 100 years ago. Did you know that the word "ain't" is in the latest addition of the dictionary?? The internet is changing everything.....even in the way people spell and communicate. You proved my point by understanding every letter I wrote in my previous post.
Shawnee - somehow you and a dictionary do not belong in the same sentence. 100 years ago would put us approximately back to a time around World War I. I hate to break it to you but English was still spoken and written.

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