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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Screaming “Peanuts!” in a Crowded Theater: Peanut Police Have Now Succeeded at Getting Peanuts Banned from College Football Games 

By Nicholas Stix
Blogger April Peveteaux, who has Celiac disease, sees the research as a call to dismiss people who are trying to avoid foods that make them sick – even if they’re not technically allergic.

“I realize not everyone thinks food allergies are a load, but if you do -- you need to get over it. It's not about you, it's about the sensitive person's digestive and/or immune system.”

Should you call people out if you think they are lying about their food allergies? Or should people treat food intolerances the same as allergies?

“Food Hoaxers: Peanut Police and Food Allergy Fakers Exposed!”  

This is political correctness for heterosexual, white people.

In today’s America, you can be as crazy as you wanna be, and as intolerant as you wanna be, as long as you’re pc. But how do you bully people if you’re not a black racist, a Hispanic racist, a man-hating feminist, a militant homosexual, a gimp, a white, atheistic, racial socialist, an illegal alien, an Asian racist, or a colored convict? You scream, “Peanuts!” in a crowded theater.

[“They Can Have My Nuts When They Pry Them from… (Uh, Never Mind!),” by Eric Scheie, Classical Values.]


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