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Jack Bauer replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"1. I'm sure you would.  He wouldn't toe-the-line.  Unacceptable. 2. As liberal orthodoxy goes, you're orthodox enough not to run up against the crusaders all that often. 3. What difference does it make what kind of…"
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Josh100LuBu replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"When I see fat people I see a seriously lack of character going on there, your body reflects your lifestyle."
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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"But the logical conclusion of your stance is State Enforced discrimination. Mandatory reporting by doctors. Your BMI is too high, you've been buying black market sugar, why has your gym card not been accessed in the last 15 days, comrade? Fat…"
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Jay D replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"1. A CEO gets fired because he does do something in public that will effect the reveneu of the company. I would fire someone who gambles with my business too. 2. I "toe-the-line" well? I think obesity is unhealthy and even worse not nice…"
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Daniel Rodriguez replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"As a socialist, you should be more discriminating against fat people. It's not like I'm running around advocating my tax dollars go to pay for the repercussions of fatasssary."
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Rick Shelton replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"Daniel, Considering the OP was about a picture of an obese (to me anyway) woman dressed in 'sexy' clothing and how men view such a woman I think we're off on a wild tangent.  In all of my experience I've never seen a fat…"
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Rick Shelton replied to Pale Horse's discussion Called It in the group The Great Debate
"I would diagnose the woman in the photo as being obese, not simply overweight.  Or at least I would if I were a doctor.  Obesity also has clear-cut behaviors, one eats much more than is healthy and limits their physical activities to such…"
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