Login or register
Login or register
Stay logged in
Log in/Sign up using Facebook.
Log in/Sign up using Gmail/Google+.
CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT
Email is optional and is used for password recovery purposes.
Have the FunnyJunk newsletter e-mailed to you
Rank #15775 on Comments
Level 220 Comments: Mind Blower
Send mail to hexadecimated
Invite hexadecimated to be your friend
Last status update:
Date Signed Up:
Highest Content Rank:
Highest Comment Rank:
Content Level Progress:
Level 119 Content: Funny Junkie → Level 120 Content: Respected Member Of Famiry
Comment Level Progress:
Level 220 Comments: Mind Blower → Level 221 Comments: Mind Blower
Times Content Favorited:
Total Comments Made:
What people say about hexadecimated
In light of GamerGate
Punchline in the title
The real racists
Punchline in the Title
I thought so too
latest user's comments
- That robot scared the **** out of me when I was a wee lad. The…
Curl up in bed alone trash
- >evidence doesn't conform to your worldview >must be fake
BLOWN THE FUCK OUT
- It's probably referring to modern civilization. Yaknow, stuff …
black history month is over
And delivery pizza.
don't forget rational thinking and the scientific method
- I think the issue is the way they're stacked unevenly.
Just kill me now
Or that they're stacked at all
The frosting on any of the ones underneath has to be fucked
- Nobody said it wasn't shilling. inb4 blocked
10/10 would marry
I unblocked everybody days ago
- We can't even feed all the American citizens we have here, let…
Diversity is our Strength.
That is objectively incorrect. We absolutely can feed everybody in America and still have a surplus of food. We just choose not to.
According to the USDA and EPA:
"The United States enjoys the most productive and abundant food supply on earth, but too much of this food goes to waste,"
"An average family of four leaves more than two million calories, worth nearly $1500, uneaten each year."
"Food loss and waste in the United States accounts for approximately 31 percent—or 133 billion pounds—of the overall food supply available to retailers and consumers and has far-reaching impacts on food security, resource conservation and climate change."
"Furthermore, experts have projected that reducing food losses by just 15 percent would provide enough food for more than 25 million Americans every year, helping to sharply reduce incidences of food insecurity for millions."
Or another way to put it: if we still continue to waste 85% of the food we are currently wasting (only stopping by 15%), we can feed an additional 25 million people that would otherwise go unfed.
If that doesn't hit home, then let me add my own calculations:
Pulling from that second fact, a family of four could feed an additional 2 people per year with that wasted 2,000,000 calories: there are 15,000,000 families of four in America for a total food waste of 82 billion calories per day. That can comfortably feed 32 million people eating roughly 2500 calories per day. And these numbers are not even considering the additional 67,000,000 families that have either more or less than four people in the family, which still doesn't include people that live alone and/or live outside of a household (college/boarding school students, prison inmates, military, etc.). Furthermore, to truly account for all the wasted food, we have to including food wasted by restaurants, grocery stores, and the farms/manufacturers.
And just to put the cherry on top, all of these statistics on food waste is only considering food wasted by throwing it away with the garbage; it is not considering the waste from Americans over eating.
Sources and further reading:
- Women made themselves into the sex objects they are today. Fem…
- As someone who used to unload trucks like these for a living, …
- >You wouldn't believe me if I told you how filthy store bot…
I actually mistyped "box". Store box containers. Like cereal and stuff. Phone does that sometimes.
- Womb or not, you can't change your chromosomes.
/pol/ on Trannys
Show Comments (1)