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(Capital New York)   Morgan Spurlock of "Fast Food Nation" fame to join Anthony Bourdain on CNN in 2013, hosting weekly documentary series on marginalized American subcultures including gun nuts, pot growers, migrant workers, and end-of-life caregivers   (capitalnewyork.com) divider line 57
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2012-08-23 09:32:27 PM  

Vodka Zombie: Sorry, CNN. Until you shiatcan that bleating, helmet-headed hag, Nancy Grace, and all the other retards working there, I'm not watching a damn thing on your network.


Oh my god, a sensible comment on Fark.
 
2012-08-23 10:07:49 PM  

Keywork99: The entire point of the documentary went over your head if you think it was just a vendetta against McDonalds.


Ahem. I said FAST FOOD. *No* chain advertises as such.
 
2012-08-23 10:18:01 PM  

peterthx: Ahem. I said FAST FOOD. *No* chain advertises as such.


Vendetta against fast food, then. Because it's not. As I said, it's about how many Americans are oblivious to the issues brought up in the doc.
 
2012-08-24 11:24:05 AM  

Keywork99: peterthx: No, it was bullshiat. McDonald's has never marketed itself as "eat here: all your meals...ever", nor as health food. Anyone who eats fast food 3 meals a day every day is just plain stupid. Yes, they're out there, but they are NOT the norm and no chain advertises they do so. I eat there once a week, maybe every 2 weeks or so. One meal. And nobody held a gun to my head or after viewing a commercial did I feel compelled to eat there. Spurlock is disingenuous at best. An anti-corporate-at-any-cost attention whore at worst.

The entire point of the documentary went over your head if you think it was just a vendetta against McDonalds.


Yeah, that drawing of Ronald McDonald as a knife-wielding psychopath was just for the lulz.
 
2012-08-24 11:44:29 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer: His girlfriend was the most irritating part of that movie. The "healthy, delicious" food she prepared looked like a pile of shiat.


She definitely didn't help. Nobody likes a preachy vegan.
 
2012-08-24 02:53:28 PM  

palelizard: The My Little Pony Killer: His girlfriend was the most irritating part of that movie. The "healthy, delicious" food she prepared looked like a pile of shiat.

She definitely didn't help. Nobody likes a preachy vegan.


Adjusted.

/yes, kinda trolololololing on that one
 
2012-08-24 10:41:29 PM  
Spurlock is a fraud. The documentary is not simply nonsensical on its face, but fraudulent. He won't release his food logs to explain how he managed to average 5,000 calories a day, when a look at the menu and a little math shows it was impossible following his own rules. He also drank huge amounts of sugary soda, something available everywhere, and did not exercise. Eating 5000 calories a day, drinking tons of soda and not exercising is unhealthy anywhere.

I seriously hope nobody came away from that piece of shiat thinking McDonalds looked like a villain.
 
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