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Yeah it's offensive. It's as offensive as changing a model to look too thin. This low blow against people trying to hold tradition and identity of a small nation together seems like it was baked up by the mind of a 55 year old media mogul with the personality of a scruffy 14 year old.
I don't know if this is really even a newsarticle, and the other people responding seem to be confused about what the article is about. Who put this thing together? So all I have to say is:
In 1970, Vernon Walters looked into a dark mirrior on a Saturday night. He saw Kate Upton doing the Cat Daddy! You must make...more
This article is written like it is a done deal, reminds me of one of those black and white 50's school informational movies where a doctor tells Timmy what is wrong with him.
"Gee that's just swell. I'm glad I learned about tearing down bubble houses."
But some of the figures cited don't really support this...more
I don't know if it is that effective to produce something, then not use it.
What will they be replaced with? Other homes? What will be the ability to sell these new homes?
Seems kind of speculative, and like covering over a sore or a disgrace.
There are other options for some of these places. I think ...more
There are some good points made here. Drinking patterns may be changing overall. Beer is more expensive now than ever. There is a botique of small craft breweries, but now even old brands and companies think they are craft beers.
Its much easier to snak around a pint. Hello 1930's. Kids don't get drunk at school ...more
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