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Nothing sold over 16oz.
I'm surprised Michelle hasnt tried to take this national
This post was edited by panic1013 16 months ago
Dumb. You can't help people who can't help themselves. Fatties gonna fat.
I'd agree, especially when you can by 40's, but it's different when you have kids that don't know any better drinking it.
Fats need to be taxed simply for being fat not just what they're buying. How bout a 1% tax increase per 5 lbs overweight??
Saw something on TV over the weekend about a fat tax in Europe - Poland maybe? Apparently it was a big failure and repealed after a year or so
Guns kill people.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
I wish they would charge a fat premium for larger seats at sporting events and other seated venues.
Lol. You think a tax is gonna stop people from drinking soda?
Do you approve of the regulation?
No, I think it is dumb
It wouldn't affect nothing with me. I would take my own soda in. Who is anyone to tell someone how much soda they can have? Lol
What is next? They gonna tell people when they can leave their house? lol
I'd just buy a 12 pack of mountain dew, poor it into a camel pack and rage.
BLF you know people on here don't understand basic economics.
Dadgum right. I'd get a 12 pack and take it into the restaurant.
This is exactly why I've lost hope for this country. Trying to tell people what they can and can't have
I think everyone understands it just fine. Some act like there will be no soda period
No surprise that you support something like this.
I don't support this bill either, but anytime any new law is brought up on tBB and I read reactions to it, this is all I can see in my head:
Scene from Talladega Nights
Still waiting on you to answer the question.
Why should the government/city etc be able to tell someone how much soda they can consume?
Anothing facepalm....not surprising.
Is that the 100th today?
That's not what he said, obviously some people would still drink it. Just look at cigarrettes, some people still smoke. However, the decline over the last 50 years is largely due to increased prices and health concerns.
And why any kind of proposal?? A person should be able to drink whatever they choose, and decide how much they want to consume
Radio? Is that you, radio?
And cigarrettes should be one's perogative. Just because some don't agree with it and what it does to your health doesn't mean it should be "taxed" more
So just because something is supposedly "bad" for you, you want a higher
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