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Last updated on March 5th, 2018 at 01:33 pm
The New York Times is concerned about the reckless availability of Hardee’s Thickburger:
If restaurants want to serve food like this, they should print the calories and fat content on the overhead menus.
That�s fine, so far as it goes. But if the NYT�s audience actually requires a fat warning over something called a “thickburger”—there�s a clue in the name—then the paper should campaign for other warnings to be posted throughout the city:
Danger! This taxi cab weighs many thousands of pounds, and may cause injury if it rolls over you.
The administration of the Empire State Building wishes to advise that the observation deck is for observing. Not for the construction of towering 150-man human pyramids.
Do not attempt to mate with the grizzly bears. Repeat: Do NOT attempt to mate with the grizzly bears.
Attention, citizen! Are you walking around Times Square in a Bush/Cheney T-shirt? Do you WANT to be killed?
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