Sunday, December 7, 2008

The Hamburgers of Navarone

What a crackpot numbnuts....although she is a woman (allegedly, appearance insinuates otherwise) so she doesn't have nuts.

Taken from the London Telegraph:

In teaser adverts promoting its "Whopper Virgins" challenge, the fast food chain describes how it sought out farmers in rural Romania, Thai villagers and residents of Greenland's icy tundra to compare its signature burger with arch rival McDonalds'.

Miss Sharon Akabas of Columbia's response?

"It's outrageous," Sharon Akabas of the Institute of Human Nutrition at Columbia University, told the New York Daily News. "What's next? Are we going to start taking guns out to some of these remote places and ask them which one they like better?"

Yes Sharon, because that makes ANY sense? What's it like to be the only Ph.D in a department full of actual doctors? Maybe when you aren't playing softball, eating tofu or idolizing Martina Navriltiloba you can stop to take a second to realize you sound like you're from the moon. I understand when you hear the word "American," in a sentence such as, for example "giving starving people American fast food," your brain flags it as dangerous, because you hate America like the rest of the liberals, but I don't see giving allegedly starving people a free hamburger as something bad. It's not like we're giving Mama Cass a ham sandwich. What do you think the danger is? And what's wrong with guns? I see you're anti "The Constitution" now too.

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