I am really tired of being fat.
I speak in pop-culture metaphors. It’s the best way I can describe what I want to convey. Forgive me. Darmok at Jalad.
Business : This Year
- I, Robot
- Minority Report
- Fifth Element
- Blade Runner
Renovation projects have left a lot of junk around our house. Bits of wood, lengths of metal studs, screws and the like. It would cost a fair chunk of money have all of the potentially useful crap hauled away. Instead, I turned it into a greenhouse.
I'm a big fat ass. This year I've devoted myself to do something about it. What is "something?"
I have to agree with JMS' sentiment: Alan Moore is a creative writer, vying for top spot as the best writer in comics in the minds of many (mine included). But Moore made a bad deal-- he made a succession of bad deals. How is it that Alan Moore's clout plus an agent or contract lawyer couldn't push the deal to be better? When I've seen bad deals, I've either taken them and looked at the strategic benefit; or I've walked away.
If you're wondering how you and your dog are both getting fat, it could be as simple as canned foods. Many canned products are lined with a protective coating so that the contents of the food (like the acidity of canned tomatoes) doesn't interact with the metal to create erosion and spoilage. That protective layer is commonly made of Bis-phenol A (BPA).
January brings resolutions. Resolutions basically mean weight loss (or quitting smoking which means next year’s resolution becomes weight loss). All these resolutions and all these fatties. Maybe you just don’t have the right incentives. Sure: live longer, sweat less, et cetera. BORING.
Twenty-eight jabs could get rid of 27% of your belly fat.
There are so many obesity remedies that I'm don't write about many of them.