Re: Cigar tax defeated
- From: Miss Elaine Eos <Misc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 15:15:06 GMT
In article <5n17jqFfotteU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"Alex W." <ingilt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Before thinking about social engineering via taxation, how about banning
junk food and liquid candy from schools? It is utterly ridiculous and
indefensible that schools offer burgers for lunch or install candy vending
There's nothing wrong with offering a burger for lunch. Burgers are
good food. Seriously.
I thought the school lunch program was meant to subsidize those kids who
couldn't always afford a nutritious meal, and to make sure they got at
least one a day. To that end, there's no reason why said can't be
offered and made a tasty choice at the same time. That is, there's no
reason why inexpensive + nutritious has to equal "slop."
I'm with you that there's no excuse for candy & chip vending machines @
school, though. Who's idea was that, anyway? What problem were they
trying to solve?!
Please remove your pants if you want to send me e-mail.
Lots of good cigar info, the ASC Birthday page, FAQs, vendors and more at
A "great" review is one with the name of the cigar before the review text
in the body of the post. :)
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