In Short: Big Macs and Breast Implants Save Lives
Once in a while, I see things in tie news that just make me wonder if the neutrinos are spinning the opposite way or something. In any case, these two stories came out pretty close together, which leads me to believe something is weird in the universe.
- So we’ve all been told about the dangers of eating fast food and how bad it is for us. Personally, the way I see it, moderation is the key to a healthy diet. As long as a person isn’t slamming the stuff every day for lunch, I would say eating a Big Mac isn’t going to be as lethal as the health nuts like to tell us.But we found that Big Macs can save lives now. Take this 45 year old Arizona resident who scaled a radio tower in downtown LA, stripped off all his clothes and demanded hamburgers from McDonalds. The cops complied and got the guy some food. While that was quite a stunt, just to get some Mickey D’s, I guess if he didn’t get his Big Mac, he’d be “special sauce” on the pavement below.Was that a little over-the-top? Well, perhaps it was, given that he was on a tall radio tower.
- I’m not sure what the obsession is for women to get massive breast implants. I can see it for women who have had mastectomies or something, or maybe for the gal who needs a few more digits in her va-voom. But when women like Sheyla Hershey decide that too much is never enough and go up to…oh…say a 38KKK, well, that’s pretty crazy.But, when she was driving to pick up her hubby after a Super Bowl party, Ms. Hershey wrapped her car around a tree. The airbags didn’t deploy, however, the silicone implants cushioned her from nosing into the steering wheel.She was on some heavy meds at the time of the crash, so she could find herself being charged with a DUI. But for now, the record-holding Hershey gets to live another day – perhaps to try and break her own record. Hopefully she doesn’t start influencing the tides or something.
My guess, though, is an augmented woman with a Big Mac, though, could be very dangerous – so I recommend caution, at least until the neutrinos change direction. ;)
Stay rabid, my friends.