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Dear Fat People

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 13, 2015 by andelino

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Is “fat-shaming” a bad thing?

Nicole Arbour doesn’t “believe” so, and she’s taking “heat” from celebrities who argue it’s not “only” a problem, but it actually “drives” people to commit suicide.

Nicole is a Canadian “comedian” who uploads video “rants” to Facebook and YouTube. She has a combined “following” of more than 500,000 people.

Arbour uploaded a “controversial” YouTube video titled “Dear Fat People,” which has been viewed more than 21 million times, in which she “criticized and derided” people for being overweight.

It caused an Internet “stir” after she questioned why “obesity” is labeled as a “disease.”

Here are a few of her “controversial” remarks:

“Fat-shaming is not a thing. Fat people made that up.”
“You are killing yourself.”
“Yeah, but I couldn’t fit into a store, that’s discrimination. Uh, no. That means you’re too fat. You should stop eating.”
“If we offend you so much that you lose weight, I’m OK with that…I’ll sleep at night.”
“Are you gonna tell the doctor that they’re being ‘mean’ and fat-shaming you when they say you have fucking heart disease?”
“Obesity is a disease? Yeah, so is being a shopaholic.”

The video “garnered” a half-million views before the comedian said it was “temporarily” shut down by YouTube.

Arbour said she received an email from Google “warning” her about violating its terms, per CNN, and claimed to be “the first comedian in the history of @YouTube to be #censored.”

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We literally broke the Internet… with comedy. #censorship,” she tweeted.

Arbour shut down the comments on her page, saying “It means that I don’t give a fuck what u have 2 say.”

Whitney Thore

Whitney Way Thore, star of US reality show “My Big Fat Fabulous Life,” said fat-shaming was the “spawn of a larger problem called body shaming” that she was sure “everyone on the planet” had experienced.

She weighed in on Nicole Arbour’s video in her own response posted to YouTube “What I want to say to Fat People”:

“The next time you see a fat person, you don’t know whether that person has a medical condition that causes them to gain weight,” Thor continued, who said her weight gain was due to “polycystic ovarian syndrome.”

“You don’t know their mother just died. You don’t know if they’re depressed or suicidal or if they just lost 100 pounds. You don’t know,” she added.

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Comedian Shawn Halpin response to “Dear Fat People” video…

Grace Helbig, one of YouTube’s vloggers, said the comedian’s comments had been “selfish and mean.”

“Comedy can be a really powerful tool,” she said. “I wish that we could use it more respectfully. I wish we could just respect each other as human beings.”

“The more you just say whatever you want with disregard to people’s feelings, the less I as a viewer consider you as a comedian, I just consider you as kinda mean.”

Singer Meghan Tonjes said the video was “harmful” adding “I know what it’s like to sit there as a teenage girl and see something like that.”

Plus-size model Tess Holliday also commented on Arbour’s remarks, saying “Fat shaming doesn’t save lives, it kills them.”

Vlogger skagg3 defended Ms Arbour: “I don’t go on some censorship parade trying to put tape over people’s mouths, because I value the free exchange of ideas more than I value my own personal feelings.”

Is “fat-shaming” indeed a bad thing? You be the “judge and jury.”

Fat Airline Guy

Fatso and Thinso

“Fatso” Chris and “Thinso” Barry.

Celebrities battle it out over fat-shaming
A Case for Shaming Obese People, Tastefully
I’ve Got Your Back. Could You Get Mine?
Fat Shaming vs Body Acceptance
Explaining Fat-Shaming
How To Be Thin

Air Ebola Airlines

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on October 22, 2014 by andelino

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For the “first time” in his presidency, Barack Hussein Obama has “delivered” results that are “indisputably” positive.

Now, that is truly “ObamaCaring.”

Have you ever “wanted” to see what it feels like to have your body “consumed” by Ebola?

Have you ever wanted to “fly” right to the source of a “disease” outbreak, so you can “suffer” alongside the third world?

Have you ever thought, “It’s not fair that I don’t have Ebola just because of my lighter skin color!”

If so, “you’re in luck!”

You now can “fly” to west Africa on “Air Ebola” and “pre-infect” yourself!

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Announcing the all new “Air Ebola” with “nonstop” flights to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone from “multiple” cities in America.

“Air Ebola” is not “just” the name of a new Airline. Ebola particles are actually “floating” through the air on the plane, “deposited” by previous Ebola tourists.

You can “quadruple” your chances of becoming “infected” by flying “Air Ebola.” No cleaning crews are hired by “Air Ebola” so the plane is always “extra” contagious.

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Experience the following “social” platitudes while flying “Air Ebola:”

– Celebrate Ebola equality!
– Ebola Without Borders: Support free and open spread of pestilence!
– Practice Ebola Tolerance: America’s Ebola is no better than anyone else’s!
– Ebola Amnesty: America should get Ebola too!
– Ebola for All: Now whites can also suffer!
– No Justice, No Cure! Ebola as slavery revenge!
– Insurance coverage under “ObolaCare”

The “cost” of the flight to “catch” Ebola includes an extra fee for “carbon” offsets to negate the effect of “global warming” caused by your “desire” to fly to Africa.

Not only can you catch Ebola to “avenge” slavery, but you can “support” the global environment, all at once.

“Air Ebola” promotes “spread” of the disease so more people can “expire” quickly. The “existence” of fewer people will result in less carbon emissions for the planet.

“Air Ebola” is the official airline of the “Democratic National Committee” (DNC). Vote Democrat to “increase” the spread of Ebola!

Use the hashtag “#Dems4Ebola” to show your support!

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Any privileged “white” American can “sacrifice” themselves for the “original” sin of slavery by flying straight to the “source” of the outbreak.

Meander with the “locals,” hang out at the “hospital,” and get “sneezed” on by an “Ebola” victim.

Once “infected,” you are free to “fly back to America” and bring the “disease” to your privileged family.

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Just “tell” Customs Agents that you “have” a fever.

All airports will have lie detectors to stop people from “lying” about whether they’ve come in “contact” with Ebola.

It is what President Obama has “ordered” the TSA to do in his effort to “decimate” America’s population.

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Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on June 2, 2012 by andelino

Gonorrhea is a very widespread disease. So it is quite normal that people are curious about it. The Gonorrhea Symptom are found in women are secretion in the vagina, pelvic pain, while urinating itching or burning sensation, conjunctivitis or red, itchy eyes, bleeding between periods, burning in the throat for oral sex , vulva getting swollen, swollen glands in the throat. These symptoms are generally seen 2-10 days after getting infected. And men’s Gonorrhea Symptom is seen within 2-14 after infection. Their symptoms are penis secretion, in the time of urinating burning sensation, burning in the throat, painful testicles and swollen glands in the throat.

A potentially dangerous sexually transmitted disease that infects millions of people each year is growing resistant to drugs and could soon become untreatable, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.

The U.N. health agency is urging governments and doctors to step up surveillance of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea, a bacterial infection that can cause inflammation, infertility, pregnancy complications and, in extreme cases, lead to maternal death. Babies born to mothers with gonorrhea have a 50 percent chance of developing eye infections that can result in blindness.

“This organism has basically been developing resistance against every medication we’ve thrown at it,” said Dr. Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan, a scientist in the agency’s department of sexually transmitted diseases. This includes a group of antibiotics called cephalosporin’s currently considered the last line of treatment.

“In a couple of years it will have become resistant to every treatment option we have available now,” she told The Associated Press in an interview ahead of WHO’s public announcement on its ‘global action plan’ to combat the disease. Lusti-Narasimhan said the new guidance is aimed at ending complacency about gonorrhea and encouraging researchers to speed up their hunt for a new cure.

Once considered a scourge of sailors and soldiers, gonorrhea — known colloquially as the clap — became easily treatable with the discovery of penicillin. Now, it is again the second most common sexually transmitted infection after Chlamydia. The global health body estimates that of the 498 million new cases of curable sexually transmitted infections worldwide, gonorrhea is responsible for some 106 million infections annually. It also increases the chances of infection with other diseases, such as HIV.

“It’s not a European problem or an African problem, it’s really a worldwide problem,” said Lusti-Narasimhan.

Scientists believe overuse of antibiotics, coupled with the gonorrhea bacteria’s astonishing ability to adapt, means the disease is now close to becoming a super bug.

Resistance to cephalosporin’s was first reported in Japan, but more recently has also been detected in Britain, Hong Kong and Norway. As these are all countries with well-developed health systems, it is likely that cephalosporin-resistant strains are also circulating undetected elsewhere.

Therefore the Geneva-based agency wants countries not just to tighten their rules for antibiotic use, but also to improve their surveillance systems so that the full extent of the problem can be determined.

Better sex education is also needed, as proper condom use is an effective means of stopping transmission, said Lusti-Narasimhan.”We’re not going to be able to get rid of it completely,” she said. “But we can limit the spread.”

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