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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-26014693 The World Health Organisation just tripped my (highly resistant) "governments are fascists and need to be opposed by violent revolution" alarm system. They want to regulate sugar and alcohol sales world wide, including pricing and availability. The rationale for their actions seems to be: - diet influences cancer rates - cancer is bad - we have to regulate those influences My objection is that EVERYTHING influences cancer rates. The WHO does not have a free pass to regulate everything I do. They can completely, sincerely, and spectacular
* THE FOLLOWING MAY BE VERY DEPRESSING, consider yourself warned* About a month and a half ago, my father celebrated his 70th birthday. A birthday the doctors said would never come. You see, he was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 35, and it was what eventually led him to quit his job as a ship captain. He used to sail all over the world and bring souvenirs, then he's lock himself in his private little museum and write whole A4 notebooks worth of knowledge of old customs, songs, words and general lore about the past of the region, knowledge he collected over the years. To this day, he wr
Its Movember once again. That wonderful time of the year when people look at me funny make comments then their friend tells them its for charity and they feel bad. Yes its time to Grow a Mo. As its day 1 I am now clean shaven as per the rules, by the end of the month I should have a proud chopper style stache. http://mobro.co/JayDGee