Post by email@example.com Post by Ted Post by Tim Post by firstname.lastname@example.org Post by Tim Post by Tim Post by Tim Post by duke Post by Tim
Gluttony and sloth are deadly sins according to catlick dogma.
You're guilty of both, fat boy. And you're guilty of lying.
Post by Tim
Your picture says you're lying.
You keep forgetting my "not guilty".
Your "not guilty" is another one of your lies.
"Not guilty" is a formal plea at arraignment in criminal court.
That is true in the UK as well as in the USA.
It puts the burden of proof squarely on the shoulders of the prosecution.
That means you now have to prove your accusation. Calling it a lie is not enough.
The picture proves it, you dope.
Gluttony is a sin the glutton wears like a badge. But of course Duke
denies it, he's a liar.
Wrong. It is physically impossible for a person to gain or maintain weight if they don't eat and they exercise. If a person intakes more energy than they expend, then they will necessarily gain weight. If you exercise more than you eat, then you will necessarily lose weight. There's no way out of it. It's an example of the first law of thermodynamics in action.
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Obesity is somewhat genetic. It runs in families who pass on genes that damage the person's metabolism so that food is not properly
processed by the body.
I know because it runs in my family.
That doesn't follow. First, you have to evidence your claim that obesity is genetic. I don't buy it. Second, to get obese you have to consume more energy than you expend. And that isn't dictated by genetics. Our sun is expending energy and slowly ejecting its mass out into space. Unless it acquires more mass from an external source, it can only get less massive.
It is likely that parents socialize their children into their eating habits.
Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
To keep from becoming obese, I have to be on a low fat diet and exercise 6 days a week.
My Father had the problem and so did several of my aunts. My sister has it.
My brother had it. I am fortunate because I love exercise. I boxed when I was a kid and now play basketball.
That applies to everyone, it isn't genetic, it's a fact of life. If you eat an unhealthy diet and don't exercise you'll get obese. If you eat a healthy diet and don't exercise, you'll still gain weight. It's a simple question of balancing energy input and energy output.