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(Reason Magazine)   Quit worrying about your assault rifle. The real and now threat from the government is to your pizza   (reason.com) divider line 245
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2013-01-05 03:51:47 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: So we should remove all regulations and forgo access to information about the food we purchase. It will maximize profit and preserve the American dream.


I never said that. I'm saying that there comes a point where these laws are being made to make it harder for the little guy to compete and not for any real assistance to the customer. By all means we should be protected, but do we need to be told pizza is fattening?
 
2013-01-05 03:51:54 PM  
Thank God for David Kessler.
 
2013-01-05 03:52:04 PM  

david_gaithersburg: For Christ sake. Can we please just split this country in two, the USA and the USSA.


All over pizza? Jesus Christ you guys are nothing but a bunch of whiners.
 
2013-01-05 03:52:49 PM  

Freschel: Dancin_In_Anson: duffblue: You guys really don't question anything, do you?

The question authority generation has given way to the do as your told it's for the good of society generation.

Ah then you mean by Generation Whiny Ass Cry Babies. By that I mean Generation Y business owners biatching about a small change that hasn't put them out of business in places where it's already required.



FTFY.
 
2013-01-05 03:54:44 PM  

R.A.Danny: HotWingConspiracy: So we should remove all regulations and forgo access to information about the food we purchase. It will maximize profit and preserve the American dream.

I never said that. I'm saying that there comes a point where these laws are being made to make it harder for the little guy to compete and not for any real assistance to the customer. By all means we should be protected, but do we need to be told pizza is fattening?


I'm pretty indifferent. I really don't care one way or another.

If businesses can't adapt to something like nutritional facts, then they're going to have trouble adapting to a lot of other things too.

The only way a business can succeed is if can keep up and keep adapting to changing trends and other economic/political conditions.
 
2013-01-05 03:54:49 PM  
media.reason.com
Not a single comment about when life begins. I've been away from Fark for a while now, but have things changed that much?
 
2013-01-05 03:55:58 PM  
Thanks Obama!
 
2013-01-05 03:56:31 PM  
I wish we'd had calorie-content labeling 50 years ago, and so does my ass. Just last night at a popular, fairly healthy-food chain restaurant, I switched from the 1100 calorie sandwich to the 275 calorie salad.

I eat pizza about twice a year...and the labeling would probably help me eliminate that little indulgence.
 
2013-01-05 03:56:58 PM  

GAT_00: You think they can't manage to operate a spreadsheet without outsourcing it to someone else.


No, I think that someone with your incredible  knowledge of the subject matter should take the initiative and make some scratch while letting these people continue to practice their trade. It's a win win for all!

I know some folks in the business. Since these threads are time stamped, it would give you a great opportunity to show your stuff.

Here's a simple pizza dough recipe (they make theirs from scratch)

1 teaspoon sugar 1 envelope instant dry yeast 2 teaspoons kosher salt1 1/2 cups water, 110 degrees F, 2 tablespoons olive oil, plus 2 teaspoons
Sauce:
1 (4-ounce) can tomato paste1 1/2 cups water 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 cloves minced garlic, Salt and pepper, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano leaves,1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh basil leaves, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves

I'm not sure what brand of cheese(s) they use but you can pick one at your leisure and go with that. I'd say what? 1/2 cup per 12" pie? They also have about 20 different toppings...you can pick 10 of your favorites. Their pies come in 12" 14" and 18".  Let's see how fast you can come up with nutrition labels for all possible sizes and combinations and get them all posted here. I'll take a screen cap and get it over to the owners and show them that you have the skills to do this in just minutes and they can hire you (for a retainer fee) to help maintain and keep current with the regs or for a one time fee you can show them how easy it is!

Hell, I like you so much I won't even charge you a  for the idea!
 
2013-01-05 03:58:12 PM  
Numbers are too hard. What we need is a color coded chart that starts blue for low cal thru red for high cal. Like a terror alert for your fat ass.
 
2013-01-05 03:58:16 PM  

pharmacide: CujoQuarrel: GAT_00: ArkAngel: GAT_00: ZAZ: Will it be illegal to make pizzas to order because nutritional information has not been calculated?

We already had a newspaper story about a school cutting out a salad bar because it was not possible to measure nutritional information or ration calories in a self-serve environment.

Pizzas are made with set ingredients, the nutritional information of which can be easily determined.  Even made to order, you know that when someone orders a pepperoni pizza, you are going to use say 4 ounces of pepperoni on that pizza.  They order double, it's 8 ounces.  It's not difficult.

What they're saying is that it's impossible to list the nutritional information for every single possible pizza, as the law requires. And while ingredients may be used in the approximate same amount for all, it's not set, as most are made purely by hand without scoops

Sure it is.  A label generator, Excel software, easy.  You can use Open Office, so no cost there.  Hell, you don't need the label generator, just Excel and print the results when you've tallied everything in the spreadsheet and tape it to the farking box.  That's what, a minute of work, maybe?

I believe they also have to have it posted in the store. For all combinations. On the wall.

From http://www.fda.gov/Food/LabelingNutrit ion/ucm248732.htm:

"Calories would be disclosed on all menus and menu boards, including menu boards at drive-through locations. The term "Calories" or "Cal" would be required to be posted on menus and menu boards next to the number of calories.
Calorie information would be displayed clearly and prominently.
Calories for variable menu items, such as combination meals, would be displayed in ranges. An example of a combination meal could be a choice of sandwich, side dish and beverage.
For foods on display, calories would be listed per item or per serving on a sign next to the food.
For self-service foods, such as a salad bar in a restaurant, calories also would be listed per serving or per item on a sign next to the food."

So yeah, I doubt printing out a spreadsheet and taping it to a menu board behind the counter will work.


Clearly and prominently offers a lot of latitude for interpretation.
 
2013-01-05 04:01:15 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: GAT_00: You think they can't manage to operate a spreadsheet without outsourcing it to someone else.

No, I think that someone with your incredible  knowledge of the subject matter should take the initiative and make some scratch while letting these people continue to practice their trade. It's a win win for all!

I know some folks in the business. Since these threads are time stamped, it would give you a great opportunity to show your stuff.

Here's a simple pizza dough recipe (they make theirs from scratch)

1 teaspoon sugar 1 envelope instant dry yeast 2 teaspoons kosher salt1 1/2 cups water, 110 degrees F, 2 tablespoons olive oil, plus 2 teaspoons
Sauce:
1 (4-ounce) can tomato paste1 1/2 cups water 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 cloves minced garlic, Salt and pepper, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano leaves,1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh basil leaves, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves

I'm not sure what brand of cheese(s) they use but you can pick one at your leisure and go with that. I'd say what? 1/2 cup per 12" pie? They also have about 20 different toppings...you can pick 10 of your favorites. Their pies come in 12" 14" and 18".  Let's see how fast you can come up with nutrition labels for all possible sizes and combinations and get them all posted here. I'll take a screen cap and get it over to the owners and show them that you have the skills to do this in just minutes and they can hire you (for a retainer fee) to help maintain and keep current with the regs or for a one time fee you can show them how easy it is!

Hell, I like you so much I won't even charge you a  for the idea!


Can't they just do a calorie count for each topping?
 
2013-01-05 04:01:23 PM  

Mrtraveler01: david_gaithersburg: For Christ sake. Can we please just split this country in two, the USA and the USSA.

All over pizza? Jesus Christ you guys are nothing but a bunch of whiners.


It's not just pizza...you guys were really mean to Bush when he was in office and we will never forgive you. And when the civil wa...hold on a second I'm getting cheeseburger grease all over keyboard...K as I was saying when the civil war happens you will be sorry you messed with us, because we are the perfectly built human soldiers and fark oh god I just spilled my Dr pepper EVERYWHERE and it was a farking full 64 oz cup god brb
 
2013-01-05 04:01:56 PM  
I'd better have them start cutting my pizzas in six slices because I shouldn't eat eight slices.
 
2013-01-05 04:02:29 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: OK, here's the sign:

A single slice of pizza is between 150 and 500 calories, depending on toppings.

Prominently displayed online and in the store.
/satisfied?


Yup.
Gonna print some out and give them to the local non-chain pizza joints.
 
2013-01-05 04:03:14 PM  
Did anyone bother to point out that this only applies to chain restaurants with more than 20 locations? A lot of small restaurants already do this as a courtesy for their patrons. Obviously this has crushed them.
 
2013-01-05 04:03:15 PM  

wildcardjack: I'd better have them start cutting my pizzas in six slices because I shouldn't eat eight slices.


smart
it's all about eating more

gonna order a pizza and having it cut in no slices, so i just swallow the pie whole
 
2013-01-05 04:05:02 PM  
If you are unable to make healthy diet decisions by yourself, vote for those who will. Our government only has our best interests in mind, right guys? The NDAA and PATRIOT Act were good ideas too, clearly you are a fool for questioning Gat. It's not his fault he uses a mobility scooter, it was those evil small businesses who force fed him pizza at gun point.
 
2013-01-05 04:05:09 PM  
Two words: upon request. Gives those want know the info and the rest of us can go on not micro-managing every event in our lives.
 
2013-01-05 04:05:16 PM  

Fart_Machine: Did anyone bother to point out that this only applies to chain restaurants with more than 20 locations? A lot of small restaurants already do this as a courtesy for their patrons. Obviously this has crushed them.


This is still the worst thing the US has seen since the war of Northern Aggression.
 
2013-01-05 04:05:23 PM  

Mrtraveler01: If businesses can't adapt to something like nutritional facts, then they're going to have trouble adapting to a lot of other things too.


It's just one way corporations make lobby for innocent little insignificant changes. Then just a few more, then a few more. They can absorb the costs. Their competition can for a while, but in the end their production is cut, the competition is cut, and small businesses are quashed. It isn't the calories in pizza, it isn't the specialized labeling, it isn't another ten laws down the road,m it is the cumulative effect. This is exactly what big business is doing, and they are doing it for a reason.
 
2013-01-05 04:06:29 PM  

Mrtraveler01: All over pizza? Jesus Christ you guys are nothing but a bunch of whiners.


um... it's more about the growing government and taxes, brah -- the inefficiency of government programs to do things right, the pro-incompetent people hiring practices the government uses... at this point we pretty much want huge cuts in government, not additional rules, regulations, programs, of any kind, be it a tax hike or additional thing like this pizza thing -- they'll probably hire 100 people to handle this pizza stuff and cost US business owners millions in time and money just to get it done - it's not necessary and little things like this all add up to the extreme gheyness we are becoming.
 
2013-01-05 04:07:46 PM  

R.A.Danny: Mrtraveler01: If businesses can't adapt to something like nutritional facts, then they're going to have trouble adapting to a lot of other things too.

It's just one way corporations make lobby for innocent little insignificant changes. Then just a few more, then a few more. They can absorb the costs. Their competition can for a while, but in the end their production is cut, the competition is cut, and small businesses are quashed. It isn't the calories in pizza, it isn't the specialized labeling, it isn't another ten laws down the road,m it is the cumulative effect. This is exactly what big business is doing, and they are doing it for a reason.


If you are a chain with more than 20 locations you're not a small business.
 
2013-01-05 04:08:12 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Can't they just do a calorie count for each topping?


And then how much topping per each size and variety of pie not to mention everything else that goes into the product and God forbid you have the audacity to try different crusts with different ingredients...

How ya comin' GAT? By my count it's been 12-13 minutes. Ya done yet?
 
2013-01-05 04:08:15 PM  

Fart_Machine: Did anyone bother to point out that this only applies to chain restaurants with more than 20 locations? A lot of small restaurants already do this as a courtesy for their patrons. Obviously this has crushed them.


Most chains do this anyway, the argument is why it must be required? It's not going to make health insurance premiums lower, and not going to stop fat asses from being a drain on the system. We taxed the shiat out of cigarettes maybe it's time we add a 300% tax on fast food.
 
2013-01-05 04:11:56 PM  

duffblue: Most chains do this anyway, the argument is why it must be required?


Then in that case, if it's already being done, then what's the problem with making it required then if they're already doing it?
 
2013-01-05 04:12:53 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: And then how much topping per each size and variety of pie not to mention everything else that goes into the product and God forbid you have the audacity to try different crusts with different ingredients...


Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?
 
2013-01-05 04:15:08 PM  
The people that think this is a good idea are the same people that will continue to purchase their pizza from their favorite pizza parlor with out ever once being concerned with what is on the label.
 
2013-01-05 04:16:34 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?


If it's not precise, why even bother?
 
2013-01-05 04:16:42 PM  

Psycoholic_Slag: The people that think this is a good idea are the same people that will continue to purchase their pizza from their favorite pizza parlor with out ever once being concerned with what is on the label.


Like I said, I really don't care either way.

Is apathy the same as thinking this is a good idea?
 
2013-01-05 04:17:22 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: Mrtraveler01: Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?

If it's not precise, why even bother?


That doesn't really answer my initial question though.
 
2013-01-05 04:18:36 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Dancin_In_Anson: Mrtraveler01: Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?

If it's not precise, why even bother?

That doesn't really answer my initial question though.


Combo meals have a range so no.
 
2013-01-05 04:18:59 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Dancin_In_Anson: And then how much topping per each size and variety of pie not to mention everything else that goes into the product and God forbid you have the audacity to try different crusts with different ingredients...

Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?


Because it's a waste of money.
 
2013-01-05 04:19:50 PM  

Stone Meadow: Step 1: Make poster with nutritional data on it (like Micky-Dees does)


Step 1 would require every possible combination of toppings based on their available toppings, the number of toppings that can be added to pizza, and every topping that could be removed from a pizza.

Step 1 is going to take a while, and a rather large sign.
 
2013-01-05 04:20:01 PM  

Mrtraveler01: duffblue: Most chains do this anyway, the argument is why it must be required?

Then in that case, if it's already being done, then what's the problem with making it required then if they're already doing it?


Because Reason is disingenuous.
 
2013-01-05 04:20:03 PM  
If you are ordering a pizza, chances are you don't give a shiat about how many calories it has.
 
2013-01-05 04:22:00 PM  
I am a small, family pizza rancher from Texas. How am I supposed to know how many calories are in the feral hogs I shoot and serve? I can barely read or write; how can you force me to work with them Arab numbers? Do I have to change the sign if there are extra bullets in the hog, or can I just put up a sign with the number of calories per bullet? Thanks for driving me out of business with your usurping regulations, n0bama. At least you can't raise my taxes now.
 
2013-01-05 04:22:24 PM  
Hence my latest invention ass5's "assault pizza".
 
2013-01-05 04:23:16 PM  

Fart_Machine: Mrtraveler01: Dancin_In_Anson: Mrtraveler01: Does it actually require the calorie count things to be that precise, or is this a bunch of hyperbole?

If it's not precise, why even bother?

That doesn't really answer my initial question though.

Combo meals have a range so no.


Ah, as I figured.

Reason just wanted another thing to biatch about.
 
2013-01-05 04:24:07 PM  

Fart_Machine: Did anyone bother to point out that this only applies to chain restaurants with more than 20 locations? A lot of small restaurants already do this as a courtesy for their patrons. Obviously this has crushed them.


From what I can tell, the issue is that the signage needs to be for EVERY possible combination - apparently that means (according to the article's numbers) each location will need to display the calorie content for every single possible combination of ingredients.  Can you conceptualize how large of a sign(s) would have to be to list every single possible iteration?  That is the main issue at hand.  Now think about having to change this football stadium sized sign because of a minor tweak in a recipe or change of ingredient.
 
2013-01-05 04:24:51 PM  

duffblue: Wow people really need the government to tell them how to do everything. I can see how the anti-gun movement got rolling. You guys really don't question anything, do you? How hard is it to just not be a fatass?



You sound racist just like everybody else who opposes a government policy or owns a gun. What right do you have to enjoy a pizza when there are so many out there that cannot. You need fat acceptance training. You are one one of those 1% eaters who care little about he suffering of the obese 99%

Nowadays people would rather be cared for than be free as those burdens that come with freedom, self responsibility, self reliance and using some common sense, are just to heavy to carry.

Obamacare, for those who were really paying attention, was not about providing people with a bunch of "free stuff" but expanding government power. After all if government is funding your healthcare shouldn't they be able to control costs by controlling your lifestyle?

I wonder if they can stiil sell you your pizza if the label printer with nutritional information is offline?

Off course the real objective is to eliminate stuff like pizza as a choice in the first place

Enjoy your Kale citizen

s3.media.squarespace.com

dailybleach.com
 
2013-01-05 04:27:23 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Psycoholic_Slag: The people that think this is a good idea are the same people that will continue to purchase their pizza from their favorite pizza parlor with out ever once being concerned with what is on the label.

Like I said, I really don't care either way.

Is apathy the same as thinking this is a good idea?


It gives the same results. Government imposing an unnecessary law on businesses that will result in prices going up? Meh, I don't care!
 
2013-01-05 04:28:41 PM  

Endive Wombat: Fart_Machine: Did anyone bother to point out that this only applies to chain restaurants with more than 20 locations? A lot of small restaurants already do this as a courtesy for their patrons. Obviously this has crushed them.

From what I can tell, the issue is that the signage needs to be for EVERY possible combination - apparently that means (according to the article's numbers) each location will need to display the calorie content for every single possible combination of ingredients.  Can you conceptualize how large of a sign(s) would have to be to list every single possible iteration?  That is the main issue at hand.  Now think about having to change this football stadium sized sign because of a minor tweak in a recipe or change of ingredient.


If you've ever been to a restaurant that already does this they really don't. Specialty pizzas already have pre-set toppings and providing a range is enough to satisfy the other requirement like McDonald's does with combo meals. They haven't fined the chain because it doesn't give the precise calorie count if you leave off a particular condiment.
 
2013-01-05 04:29:41 PM  

hasty ambush: duffblue: Wow people really need the government to tell them how to do everything. I can see how the anti-gun movement got rolling. You guys really don't question anything, do you? How hard is it to just not be a fatass?


You sound racist just like everybody else who opposes a government policy or owns a gun. What right do you have to enjoy a pizza when there are so many out there that cannot. You need fat acceptance training. You are one one of those 1% eaters who care little about he suffering of the obese 99%

Nowadays people would rather be cared for than be free as those burdens that come with freedom, self responsibility, self reliance and using some common sense, are just to heavy to carry.

Obamacare, for those who were really paying attention, was not about providing people with a bunch of "free stuff" but expanding government power. After all if government is funding your healthcare shouldn't they be able to control costs by controlling your lifestyle?

I wonder if they can stiil sell you your pizza if the label printer with nutritional information is offline?

Off course the real objective is to eliminate stuff like pizza as a choice in the first place

Enjoy your Kale citizen

[s3.media.squarespace.com image 700x443]

[dailybleach.com image 350x353]


0/10

Sad and pitiful display of trolling we're seeing here today.
 
2013-01-05 04:30:23 PM  

Mrtraveler01: Dancin_In_Anson: GAT_00: You think they can't manage to operate a spreadsheet without outsourcing it to someone else.

No, I think that someone with your incredible  knowledge of the subject matter should take the initiative and make some scratch while letting these people continue to practice their trade. It's a win win for all!

I know some folks in the business. Since these threads are time stamped, it would give you a great opportunity to show your stuff.

Here's a simple pizza dough recipe (they make theirs from scratch)

1 teaspoon sugar 1 envelope instant dry yeast 2 teaspoons kosher salt1 1/2 cups water, 110 degrees F, 2 tablespoons olive oil, plus 2 teaspoons
Sauce:
1 (4-ounce) can tomato paste1 1/2 cups water 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 cloves minced garlic, Salt and pepper, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano leaves,1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh basil leaves, 1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves

I'm not sure what brand of cheese(s) they use but you can pick one at your leisure and go with that. I'd say what? 1/2 cup per 12" pie? They also have about 20 different toppings...you can pick 10 of your favorites. Their pies come in 12" 14" and 18".  Let's see how fast you can come up with nutrition labels for all possible sizes and combinations and get them all posted here. I'll take a screen cap and get it over to the owners and show them that you have the skills to do this in just minutes and they can hire you (for a retainer fee) to help maintain and keep current with the regs or for a one time fee you can show them how easy it is!

Hell, I like you so much I won't even charge you a  for the idea!

Can't they just do a calorie count for each topping?


No, his friends are lazy and stupid it seems.
 
2013-01-05 04:30:49 PM  

Psycoholic_Slag: Mrtraveler01: Psycoholic_Slag: The people that think this is a good idea are the same people that will continue to purchase their pizza from their favorite pizza parlor with out ever once being concerned with what is on the label.

Like I said, I really don't care either way.

Is apathy the same as thinking this is a good idea?

It gives the same results. Government imposing an unnecessary law on businesses that will result in prices going up? Meh, I don't care!


How is making a sign going to increase the cost of my pizza?

This is why I don't care, because you tools haven't given me a good reason to beside "OMGZ Government bad".
 
2013-01-05 04:31:34 PM  

Psycoholic_Slag: Government imposing an unnecessary law on businesses that will result in prices going up?


How come prices didn't go up at the places that did it voluntarily?
 
2013-01-05 04:32:49 PM  

cousin-merle: I am a small, family pizza rancher from Texas. How am I supposed to know how many calories are in the feral hogs I shoot and serve? I can barely read or write; how can you force me to work with them Arab numbers? Do I have to change the sign if there are extra bullets in the hog, or can I just put up a sign with the number of calories per bullet? Thanks for driving me out of business with your usurping regulations, n0bama. At least you can't raise my taxes now.


"And my follow up question is for Governor Romney. Governor Romney, your campaign seems to have the momentum of a runaway freight train. How are you so popular?"
 
2013-01-05 04:33:52 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: duffblue: You guys really don't question anything, do you?

The question authority generation has given way to the do as your told it's for the good of society generation.


Which generation is going to tell authority what it can do with all the useless regulations we have? Has Generation X finally found a purpose?

...other than to get stoned of course.
 
2013-01-05 04:35:01 PM  

Blues_X: Dancin_In_Anson: duffblue: You guys really don't question anything, do you?

The question authority generation has given way to the do as your told it's for the good of society generation.


Yes... giving nutritional info to a nation of fatasses is truly terrible.


Not that I expect the lard butt guys and human Bon Bon women to care...

I'm not perfect either in this case. I started off, as my friend put it, at 19 stone (265lbs) and have worked my fata$$ down to within spitting distance of 12.5 stone (175lbs), with less than 1.5 stone to go. No more spare tractor tire on this 5'11" frame.

I put of the excess 6 stone after my accident left me in a wheelchair for a year and I didn't change my eating habits. My own stupid fault. I went from running, et al., which let me burn 2600-3000 calories a day to basically burning 1100 in a very sedentary state. This hasn't been easy, but the looks I get are worth it overall. I'm getting hit one by women half my age.

/if only I wasn't married
//my wife is a great woman
 
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