Rob Rogers for May 25, 2012

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    Oh, they’d be “pounding sand”.

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    walruscarver2000  about 11 years ago

    Affordable, yes. Fast, no. Hey, maybe that’s a clue>

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    Jason Allen  about 11 years ago

    It’s called a grocery store. People should check one out some time if they can manage to drive past the drive thru. Anyone saying they don’t have time to cook would find more if they shut off the damn TV once in a while.

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    lonecat  about 11 years ago

    Over on another cartoon you say, “ohh… the liberals care more about big-horn sheep than people. Nothing new. The libs are out hugging trees and frogs and butterflies so they don’t have to care for people.” Do you notice any inconsistency here? Or do you just go for any random jab at liberals? Do you bother to read your own posts?

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    Motivemagus  about 11 years ago

    The reason fast food is so cheap is because taxpayer money goes to prop it up. We use high-fructose corn syrup instead of sugar, and research indicates that the body simply doesn’t process it the same way. So let’s get rid of the corporate welfare and make fresh food cheaper instead! We spend billions on the former, almost nothing on the latter.

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    Ph8549  about 11 years ago

    I am no food Nazi, but fast food is garbage. Don’t they give chickens and cows steroids so they grow muscles fast like Arnold Schwarzenegger or Franco Columbu? (cow muscle = the meat). I’m slowly trying to get away from that stuff, but it’s hard, when it’s offered in every crevice of the free world. .

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    rockngolfer  about 11 years ago

    I didn’t really have a physical checkup for about 30 years until I had one about 3 years ago.The doctor said it looks as if I was malnourished when I was growing up, that is why I am so skinny.Back in the 50s 60s and 70s I lived on burgers, fries and fried chicken. It doesn;t appeal to me as much now.

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    rockngolfer  about 11 years ago

    And pizza, forgot that staple.

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    It might be noted that those “good foods” are higher in cost as well, because SUBSIDIES guarantee CORPORATE “farmers” high profits on their crops, like non-edible corn varieties used to brew ethanol. That also reduces availability, and increases costs of HUMAN FOOD crops! Dumb is dual mode responsibility, so no party is a “non-party” to the stupidity.

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    banderpal  about 11 years ago

    I live in a fairly affluent suburb, and until TraderJoe’s built a store 3/4 mile from my house the nearest grocery was almost 3 miles away. A little far for me to walk (and return even with a wheeled cart for the food) on the days my eyes won’t let me drive. Plenty of fast-food places within a 4-5 blocks, though. Nearest bus stop is farther than the Trader Joe’s so public transportation is pretty thin on the ground.

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    Donaldo Premium Member about 11 years ago

    36% of Americans are obese. Stop stuffing junk food into your fat faces and demand your government make laws about proper labeling and warnings on your food. Oh no, I forgot that’s socialist and against the interests and free enterprise of the junk food corporations you worship. Jeez

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    walruscarver2000  about 11 years ago

    Maybe after you’re toilet trained.

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    Donaldo Premium Member about 11 years ago

    @walruscarver2000and see how that’s working out for you

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    walruscarver2000  about 11 years ago

    There are sensible people on the right. You are not one of them. If by somewild chance I found myself in agreement with anything you ever said I would be forcerd to one conclusion. “Today, i was wrong!”

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