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By komputodo follow komputodo   2015 Dec 30, 9:17am 9,434 views   20 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share      

If you are going to be in a video to be posted online, is it crazy to think that it would be a good idea to run a brush through your hair, change out of the clothes that you slept in and maybe splash some water on your face at the very least?

1   FNWGMOBDVZXDNW   ignore (3)   2015 Dec 30, 9:22am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

That's apparently not the MO of a 'burrito - hacker.'

2   MisdemeanorRebel   ignore (3)   2015 Dec 30, 10:07am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Wonder if she's one of the Whole Foods types who smells like cat or dog from 10 feet away, smokes Marlboro Lights, weighs 90lb soaking wet, was hospitalized a few months ago for iron anemia deficiency, then lectures people about making healthy food choices.

3   Blurtman   ignore (1)   2015 Dec 30, 10:23am     ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag        

Student loan debt sparks creativity. American greatness!

4   Tenpoundbass   ignore (16)   2015 Dec 30, 11:16am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

thunderlips11 says

Wonder if she's one of the Whole Foods types who smells like cat or dog from 10 feet away, smokes Marlboro Lights, weighs 90lb soaking wet, was hospitalized a few months ago for iron anemia deficiency, then lectures people about making healthy food choices.

The Miyagi Quote of the year!

5   Tenpoundbass   ignore (16)   2015 Dec 30, 11:26am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

thunderlips11 says

lectures people about making healthy food choices.

In the last two years I knew two guys who briefly lost weight.
One was on a self perscrible Riddlin regiment, and he lost a ton of weight because he was so hyped up he spent every moment he wasn't working or sleeping at the "Y" working out.
Boy he thought his crap didn't stink. Telling me about "You need to excercize more look at that flab, you need to eat fat free.. blah blah blah" a few months later he was hospitalized for heart papatations and now he's back to where he always was(about 30 or 40 pounds heavier than me) plus another 30 40 pounds.
The other guy moved in with this healthfood freak chick. He was eating right, and going on long evening walks with her. They broke up, then with in three months he was back to his usual 30 to 40 lbs heavier than me. Which is a lot because he's about 6 inches shorter than me.

6   justme   ignore (0)   2015 Dec 30, 11:29am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Riddlin = Ritalin?

7   Tenpoundbass   ignore (16)   2015 Dec 30, 11:36am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

justme says

Riddlin = Ritalin?


8   justme   ignore (0)   2015 Dec 30, 11:46am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

So it is official now? I have posed before the question as to how all these enormously skinny geek-boys from SF could have developed form the massively fat kids of 1990. And I thought the answer was ADHD and Adderall. But Ritalin also works, I guess.

9   dublin hillz   ignore (0)   2015 Dec 30, 12:10pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

She is instantly qualified for a job in upper management. With these results, shareholders are sure to be impressed and look forward to ever growing profitability.

10   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2015 Dec 30, 12:11pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Skinny bitch is going to look like a python swallowing a pig after downing that burrito.

11   dublin hillz   ignore (0)   2015 Dec 30, 12:21pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Upon returning from chipotle, it may be advisable to drink 200 grams of vodka to kill the bacteria that one may be exposed to.

12   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2015 Dec 30, 12:33pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I'll take my feces on the side.

13   komputodo   ignore (3)   2015 Dec 30, 12:43pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Interestingly, lots of comments but none about her appearance. It appears that american men are so accustomed to women that look like this that it doesn't even register.

14   Tenpoundbass   ignore (16)   2015 Dec 30, 1:31pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I try not to make it a habit to covent wimmenz who are fastfood hackers.
It's looks though it's safe to say, she's probably a Democrat voter.

15   FortWayne   ignore (4)   2015 Dec 30, 1:47pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Now that's a smart modern woman

16   Dan8267   ignore (3)   2015 Dec 30, 1:49pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

A real smart woman would know how to grow yams.

17   theoakman   ignore (0)   2015 Dec 30, 4:25pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I took Ritalin for 15 years. It's a heavy appetite suppressant. Whenever I went off of it, I couldn't stop eating for like 2 months straight.

18   NDrLoR   ignore (1)   2015 Dec 30, 6:58pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Chipotle Means ‘Natural’

The best outcome would be if food hucksters no longer found the word useful.

Dec. 29, 2015 6:08 p.m. ET

Chipotle’s troubles may provide grim satisfaction for its competitors and onlookers who didn’t care for the large side of sanctimony served up with their calorie-laden burritos. Just possibly, though, the company’s e-coli travails will have a socially redeeming impact. A new dawn of non-idiocy may be aborning, wherein lexicographers and the public rediscover that “natural” and “healthy” are not synonyms.

A few months ago we mentioned that Chipotle frolics in the marketing safe harbor the U.S. courts created for “puffery.” No, we didn’t mean that bloated feeling you get just before your trip to Chipotle Mexican Grill turns into a bout of tummy madness. Puffery is the zone of permissiveness carved out by the courts for exaggerated, even absurd, advertising claims “expressed in broad, vague, and commendatory language” that customers instinctively know to discount.

Case in point: Chipotle co-CEO Steve Ells’s carefully phrased slur on genetically modified foods: “They say these ingredients are safe,” he told CNN in April, “but I think we all know we’d rather have food that doesn’t contain them.”

Notice that Mr. Ells doesn’t say his competitors’ food is unsafe, but he clearly suggests that Chipotle places such a priority on providing its own customers with safe, healthy food that it turns up its nose at practices and ingredients used by its rivals. That implied assurance has now become a big problem.

Going by its own published warnings to shareholders, Chipotle has always understood that serving up raw, unprocessed, “fresh” ingredients puts customers at higher risk for food-borne illness. Which is fine: Customers are also at higher risk in sushi restaurants and in high-end restaurants where fresh ingredients are hand-prepared in hit-or-miss conditions.

Most cases of food poisoning are mild, most go unreported, so it’s likely an upset tummy has always been part of the Chipotle experience for a modest percentage of customers and just didn’t get the attention that has befallen recent outbreaks (including 136 college students sickened in Boston this month). Where Chipotle gets in trouble is its relentless campaign to equate “natural” and “unprocessed” with safer and healthier.

Last time we wrote about this subject, Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi, who has tried to steer her own company into greater compliance with the natural-foods fad, complained about millennials who think gulping large amounts of sugar is good for them as long as it’s “natural” sugar. Now corn manufacturers have dragged sugar processors into court over what they call a deliberate campaign of misinformation about high-fructose corn syrup.

We also pointed to admirably skeptical media reports about Blue Buffalo, the pet food company created by a former cigarette marketer whose ads tout “antioxidants” and “phytonutrients” to guilt-trip “pet parents” into switching from cheaper brands. The company’s stock is down 30% since its July IPO.

Lawsuits are piling up. At this year’s Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, prominent trial attorneys were enlisted to host several panels. The Food and Drug Administration itself, after years of cultivating an unhelpful ambiguity, has opened a docket aimed at settling what “natural” means when used in food marketing.

The best outcome would be a devaluation of the word “natural” altogether, to the point where food hucksters no longer find it useful. Interestingly, FDA’s own proposal indicates a definitional safe harbor for food irradiation. Mother Jones, a lefty magazine that has nobly fought the junk-science prejudices of its lefty allies, points outs: “Hundreds of studies have proved that irradiation neither adds compounds to food nor takes nutrients away, and that it can help prevent the food-borne illnesses that sicken 48 million Americans and kill 3,000 every year.”

A true breakthrough would be if Chipotle were to announce that, to keep serving fresh, raw, unprocessed food, it would adopt irradiation in all its kitchens. It won’t—not for safety reasons but because it would conflict with the disingenuous marketing message Chipotle has worked so hard to instill.

The company’s food-illness crisis even raises a question about whether the Chipotle trade-off—fresher food for increased risk—remains viable. The media are on alert; fewer cases of Chipotle tummy are likely to go unnoticed. CEO Ells admitted to the Associated Press that he doubts the company will ever fully explain the recent outbreaks (with some Chipotle partisans even murmuring about “corporate sabotage”).

Of course, an alternative would be to drop the claims equating “natural” and “healthy” and prominently remind customers that eating fresh, unprocessed foods involves risks. Then we could also acknowledge the flip-side: The industrialized food processes that so many of us claim to abhor were developed partly to make it possible to distribute edible products on a commercial scale without committing serial acts of mass food poisoning.

19   komputodo   ignore (3)   2015 Dec 31, 7:29am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Dan8267 says

A real smart woman would know how to grow yams.

I think Fort Wayne meant: smart
(of a person) clean, neat, and well-dressed.
"you look very smart"
synonyms: well dressed, stylish, chic, fashionable, modish, elegant, neat, spruce, trim, dapper; More

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