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Eating Is Not A Crime

Eating is not a disorder.  It is like gas in a car.  It can only move forward if it has enough gas in the tank.


That is why it is hard to understand the anti-food sentiment.  People who eat are frowned upon like smokers, who get dirty looks when they smoke outside in freezing weather. “Are you going to eat all that?”

That is the general comment when we see people piling up food on their plates at weddings and business seminars. It is usually the diet brigade that makes that statement because they live on lettuce, cucumber and water.  Some even smoke to try and supress appetite.

A healthy appetite does not kill anyone.  Starving does.  We are used to actresses fainting when shooting movies because they are hungry. 

Eating is private and confidential.  Folks should be respected for what they put on their plates. 

Four doughnuts everyday are a problem obviously, but generally, a healthy breakfast is a must to face the rough day ahead. I once worked with someone who ate only nuts.  She was …

Internet Killed My Business

Economics is not my thing because I seldom have any cash on me, in the bank, stock exchange or under the mattress, but I know that Google and YouTube have killed many businesses.
1.Travel agents:  I want to fly to Bora Bora to catch some sun and sea water the colour of emeralds.  No need for a travel agent.  Just Google it.
2.Yellow Pages:  I need some restoration on an old Fiat.  No problem.  Caress my phone and voila! Found some car restoration joints.
3.Shrinks:  I think they are called psychiatrists.  Oops!  Rich people no longer sleep on someone’s couch and pour out their grief caused by money.  They check out YouTube shrinks or read blogs.  Oh! They still appear on the Dr. Phil show?
4.Office space:  Check out vacant offices next time you are in the city and count the number of the signs OFFICE SPACE TO LET.  You are responsible for that because your office is now that coffee shop around the corner or kitchen table.
5.Bank tellers: You are all into online banking so banks close neig…