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The Worry Generation — 19 Comments

  1. The "lovey Fry"? Have you taken to cannibalism and eaten Stephen? High fat content there, though well matured meat.

    • "the lovey fry I had just made"  I had no hand, act or part in the making of Mr Fry.  I deny everything. It wasn't me.

  2. A propaganda speshul trying to manipulate our eating habits is only to be expected from that shower.  World Harm Organisation and Big Brother Corporation together equals a match made in … hell?

    • I knew it was coming so watched out of fascination to see how far they would go.  Unfortunately I just got bored in the end so didn't see the final outcome.  My prediction – eat meat in small quantities [as the State dictates], be careful how you cook it [as the State dictates] and avoid processed meat [as the State dictates].  If anyone saw the end of it – how wrong am I?

  3. Smoked rashers, beef sausages and baked beans are an excellent meal, and go down well with a glass of red wine. Any Irish cafe that serves such a meal should be nominated for a Michelin star if the price including tea or coffee is less than 8 euro.

  4. Oh God, where could we start? Humans are meat eaters, attested by our teeth and millions of years of development. Sorry about the animals we must kill, but we have to eat to live. I once worked in a slaughter house, often dispatching large numbers of cows and pigs. The only problem was that cows’ heads were hung on wall hooks for public health inspection, and when you picked up their tongues to check lymph glands, they would slap back in automatic reflex. Very unnerving for the novice.

    Didn’t stop me from enjoying a full breakfast or fillet steak for dinner. “Evidence” shows whatever we eat “causes” cancer. The prats who think we could all live to 200 years old if only we followed their lunatic ideas are simply living in an alternative world. Get real, grow up, and enjoy the life you have now. And don’t worry about the smoke – from barbeques or tobacco. Everybody dies sometime, what does it matter if an idiot identifies the “result” as something which might have given you a little longer to live?

    • This programme was aimed at those who "worry" about what they eat and what may give them cancer.  Seeing as it is the State who instigates these "worries" with their alarming over the top claims I suppose the have a duty to try to calm the poor little souls.  I would imagine that more people die from worrying than from eating a nice bit of crispy bacon?

      I actually feel a little sorry for those who lap up the alarming headlines and frantically try and live their lives by guidelines.

    • That doesn't surprise me in the least.  The damage done by these Health Nazis is enormous, whether it's attacking whole industries or twisting people's minds.  The sooner they're called out the better.

  5. It's natural selection, let the idiots starve themselves and die out therefore making the human race smarter

    • I would fully agree with that but for the laws and taxes they leave in their wake.  If somebody wants to kill themselves eating nothing but grass and avoiding sugar as if it were Sarin, then that's fine by me, but why should I have to pay extra taxes because of their beliefs?

  6. Off topic not done that on here in quite a while, this supersonic site updating yoke you've introduced its making me put a .co.uk after headrambles not .com.

    What's the trick?

    • That's not a trick – it's a fucking miracle!  Are you sure?  Do you mean it's using HTTPS:// ?  That may well happen, which just means the traffic is encrypted but nothing else [though it does fuck up one of my lists on the sidebar!]

      • I always used to type your domain moniker out with the dot com at the end without thinking. Since your speedy stripping of the site I now type the moniker out with dot co dot uk at the end. Your changes have sparked a change in me.

  7. This all pales in comparison to the dangers of dihyrogen oxide. Everyone who exposed to it dies within 120 years, most die much sooner.  

    • Dangerous stuff but not half as bad as that Dihydrogen Monoxide.  I believe the oceans are saturated with that shit.  Nasty.

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