Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Time will Tell: Denying Truth does not Change Truth (or Consequences)


THE bill came due for Jason Perlow in October.


The above quote is from The Fat Pack Wonders if the Party’s Over Seems one of the charter members of egullet (an online group which gloats over gluttony) has received a wake up call. We read

...he heard the grim truth: He was diabetic. He weighed more than 400 pounds, his blood pressure was dangerously high and his blood was thick with glucose and cholesterol.

A doctor told him he would be dead in five years.


This is not surprising. CS was skeptical well before this news broke. See here.

I find it interesting Jason Perlow is quoted as saying
I wasn’t shocked... but...


Also worth noting is the statement
Among a certain slice of the food-possessed, to suggest that indulgence might put one’s health in peril is to invite ridicule.

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