“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” – George Bernard Shaw
People get nasty in fast food joints
How much proof does a person need to understand that fast food is bad for you? Not only is fast food bad for your health, but it’s also bad for your personality–as we will soon prove.
It’s amazing how many videos will become available if you simply google fights in a fast-food restaurant! There are customers that will fight each other while standing in line, employees that will fight the customers, and customers who will fight the restaurant managers. It’s all one big mess if you think about it.
You never see fights occurring in a nice restaurant where people are paying good money to eat there. You also never see a fight inside of a wholistic food chain where they serve healthy foods and drinks. Maybe this has something to do with the fact that the food in fast food chains contain so many fatty oils, sugar, and unhealthy preservatives that it can’t help but affect a person’s ability to make good choices.
In this video, you will see that everything we are talking about is 100% on point. There’s a woman in McDonald’s who throws a man around so hard that he knocks over all of the tables and chairs. Apparently, the guy was talking crap to her while in line so she had to show him what she was made of.
The big question that no one seems to ask is why we allow our children to eat this crap if we know it is both bad for the body and bad for the brain’s ability to retain information. There are countless study’s done on how fast food affects a person, yet we still continue to eat their food…if you can call it food.
We have a video that has both gone viral and has given feminists a new breath of fresh air. They were running low on things to talk about after the #MeeToo movement died out, anyway.
In this video, Trump can be seen slapping his leg for Melania to come to him–which she did. True, he could have simply called to his wife or even went to get her, but instead, he slapped his leg as if he were calling to his pet. The funny thing about this is that people seem to focus so much attention on the fact that Trump called to her with a leg slap that they can’t even see how foolish Melania was for coming to him when he did it.
Why aren’t the feminists saying anything about Melania? She came to him so fast the moment he slapped his leg for her that you really didn’t get a chance to think about what was going on.
We get it. Now is the time to slam Trump for everything. Even the stuff that we can actually blame someone else for. It’s as if beating up on Trump is the new thing and we all want to be cool, so let’s do it together. However, there are some things that we can say should be ignored–especially when we are facing a world of tension, separation, hunger, and a host of other things. We don’t have to make such a big deal about every small situation simply because we have chosen to dislike someone.
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