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#287 - kibi (11/04/2013) [-]
I both agree and disagree. Smokers and junkies and alcoholics pose threats to other people, via second hand smoke and being 						*********					 while under the influence. The only real danger fat people pose is bringing up their children to be unhealthy as well.   
   
But if any of the four are being dicks, treat them like dicks. If you see a fat person going for a car leave em be, but it's different than seeing an obviously smashed/stoned person headed for the wheel.
I both agree and disagree. Smokers and junkies and alcoholics pose threats to other people, via second hand smoke and being ********* while under the influence. The only real danger fat people pose is bringing up their children to be unhealthy as well.

But if any of the four are being dicks, treat them like dicks. If you see a fat person going for a car leave em be, but it's different than seeing an obviously smashed/stoned person headed for the wheel.
User avatar #327 to #287 - tittentei (11/04/2013) [-]
Well, the thing is that in some countries, I'm not sure about USA, we have to pay taxes for healthcare, and fat people are very prone to diseases, and that, in turn, poses a threat to the national economy, taxpayers, hospital queues, and the people themselves.
User avatar #328 to #327 - kibi (11/04/2013) [-]
The same could be said for smokers and drinkers who get cancer, or any of them who do dumb **** and get hurt.
User avatar #331 to #328 - tittentei (11/04/2013) [-]
Yeah, absolutely. Smoking and doing drugs is a very obvious way to hurt yourself to take from the "treasury", while eating too much has been very subtle. It's not obvious that being fat will increase the chances of getting that and that disease, but I think the increasing fat reducing operations on the state's bill, will increase awareness that it's a costly thing aswell.
User avatar #332 to #331 - kibi (11/04/2013) [-]
You make a very fine point, sir. I'll keep this in my pocket for future arguments.
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