Sunday, June 29, 2014

Kids Are Not Obese Because Of What The Leftists Tell You

I wasn't obese as a kid - I was skinny. Back then, I ate whatever I wanted if and when I could get it which was fairly frequently and what I wanted was Yodels, Ring Dings, Twinkies, Oreos, McDonalds and White Castle burgers, greasy spoon specials, over stuffed with meat and cheese hero sandwiches, chocolate milk (made with whole milk), real butter on my bread or bagels and plenty of it, real butter and maple syrup on my pancakes and lots of them smothered in it, bacon, bacon, bacon, ;pizza, candy, cake, cookies and whatever. It had nothing to do with the price, we were piss poor and I mean that most earnestly; yet I ate more than enough junk food. Me being skinny lasted until I got married. 

The thing was, when I was a kid and a single adult, I was out and about playing, walking climbing, running, fishing, hunting, flying kites, chasing girls, hopping freight trains (don't do that today kids it is illegal and dangerous) and whatever instead of sitting home on a computer, watching TV for way too long, or afraid a stranger would get me.

Why not worry about that when I was a younger guy? Because if 
stranger (or someone I knew) did something like that to me and the police then caught him, they would beat his arse and he would either go to jail where other inmates would beat and rape him or he would be put to death as in executed for his crime. Otherwise he would have been committed to the loony bin forever - thus little chance of a stranger abducting me back then so no need to worry too much about it. Nowadays that has all changed and parents keep their kids under house arrest. They are not only afraid of abductions but even of the monkey bars and swings at local parks or of normal kids sports like dodge ball. For holy hell's sake - what have we become, we are afraid of our own shadows!

Now, I am older and fatter. I still eat the same stuff so why is it that I am fatter than I should be? Well, I have been brainwashed somewhat by married life and our terrified society 's fears. I sit around on the Internet too much, watch too much TV and am afraid that if I go out a stranger will try something nasty and I may have to blow his shit away in justified self defense (did it once don't want to have to do it again because I don't need the headaches, possible legal fees or nightmares). Too bad we don't treat criminals, especially violent ones who have harmed innocents, with the respect they deserve - execution upon conviction - and that would mean execution without delay.

As for me, I guess I should just load for bear (just to be on the safe side) and start taking walks around town again.

A hat tip to Patrick J for having that pic up on Facebook.

All the best,

1 comment:

Humble wife said...

You said something so important. When we were kids we were busy, whether playing outside, participating in sports or what not. I grew up far from fast food, but I loved heating up pizzas, eating chips, and having colas as a kid. I was small. Then I married, had four kids and they too played outside and were busy. They were small aside from one that just before puberty plumped out a bit and then shot up 13 inches in a year.

Now I am older and plump as I love chips, but I am outdoors all the time. Perhaps as society has changed and more and more people live in cities/suburbia and are less inclined to venture outside beyond the grill in the back yard...I don't know.

I do believe that as people age the midsection spreads, so the trouble with our young today is that they are already carrying loads that most of us acquire in our 40's.

As to those that gag us with agendas-enough already. The fault is removing recess in primary school...SERIOUSLY. When kids are small they should be on the monkey bars, the swings, the merrygo round, playing baseball, four square, cops and robbers, jumprope, and such. Instead they are not because every playground has those plastic little tykes toys and nothing is left to imagine when playing.

Sorry for the lengthy comment. I spent the day hiking a few miles in the mountains and am appreciating that I am able to do so~even if my body demands a long rest!

Thanks for the kind words the other day. Praying you are doing well and hope for an health update-even if you leave it here.