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That was a law that our legislature passed last session that went into effect 1/1/10. You`ll find this at every fast food establishment now.
Extra Note: No sales tax! :)
I`m with Lionhart.
I think people can become so addicted to unhealthy food that it becomes a vice for them. They really can`t imagine a life that doesn`t revolve around it. I see it much like people addicted to various drugs. Instead of thinking where they are going to get their next shot of heroin, they are already thinking of what`s for dessert, while the burger is still in their mouth. From my viewpoint, its not me who`s on my knees.
I enjoy and respect life (Body = temple yada yada). I place an investment in my health (mental and physical) so I can enjoy life even longer. Time on the planet is short and there is so much to learn, see and do. I feed my mind instead of my gut. Even if I only get 10 extra years past my normal expectancy ( in fairly good health) To me, that`s worth it. A lot can happen in science, tech, art, lit, etc in ten years.
That sounds terrible, it sounds like you live every moment of your life in calorie paranoia, so what is the POINT of living longer if you can`t enjoy it. Me, I eat what I want to, and sure someday IAB will mourn my early death (he coulda had 10 more years if only he had watched his diet, you`ll all sob, standing before my shrine...) but at least I will have enjoyed my life.
Better to die on your feet than live on your knees.
I`m thin, but NOT malnourished or skeletal. I just don`t consume any excess calories. AT ALL. The closest I ever get is an occasional treat (no more than 3x a month cause beef is on my "naughty" list) of a 96% lean (4% fat) hamburger (patty = 150 calories + 80 calorie bread + pickles =0 +mustard = 0+ lettuce =pretty much free. Total: 230cals).Seeing someone blow this many calories on a single food item without a second though... kinda sad. Eat rich, die young. :/
You should never eat that much fat in one day, never mind in one burger. Absurd, don`t worry though you will die younger from complications of obesity.
Also, Burgerville`s awesome. [email protected]
2. I use credit cards for all purchases, I then pay it all off.
And Naz you probably hit refresh. Surprisingly, there is a delete button.
Maybe it was a Visa debit card.
I think they should do that everywhere, personally.
Alright, the Hardees "2/3 Pound Monster Thick burger" TOTALLY blows this one out of the water!
Serving Size (g) 413Total Calories 1420Calories From Fat 970Fat (g) 108Saturated Fat 43Cholesterol (mg) 230Sodium 2770Carbs 46
Yeah..thats not the only burger on their menu thats super high in calories either..theres like 3 more!