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just wanted to let you know that soda from KFC thing isn't ironic.
it's donating money towards the JUVENILE diabetes research foundation. in other words, type one diabetes.
which isn't caused by eating too much sugar, that's type 2. sorry, it's just a bit offensive when a type 1 diabetic like me scrolls down my diabetes tag and see's that; because i didn't get type 1 from eating too much sugar. it's not possible.
I truly feel for you. My cousin has type 1 diabetes and I know it is not easy.
64oz of soda isn’t good for anyone. I find it disturbing that a company would choose so sell that on any level.
But here is my question to you:
Are you okay with people getting type 2 diabetes as long as it helps find a cure for type 1 diabetes?
Oh the irony. Buy a 64oz soda (with 800 calories from 56 spoonfuls of sugar) from KFC and they will donate one dollar to The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
It’s like if Philip Morris partnered with American Cancer Society to donate money from the sale of each pack of cigarettes to help find a cure for lung cancer.
Reusable bag-maker, ChicoBag, isn’t some soulless corporation. Its face is Bagmonster, the plastic-bag covered mascot created by founder Andy Keller (seen above). The same cannot be said about its litigious-attackers, three of the nation’s largest disposable, plastic bag manufacturers.
These bag barons, Hilex Poly Company, Superbag Operating, and Advance Polybag, claim that ChicoBag is causing “irreparable harm” to their business model by having the cajones to host a fact-filled web page showing people just how bad plastic bags can be for the environment.
This is how I feel sometimes…
“America! What are we doing to our little girls?” - Monica Bielanko
“The brand Skechers has introduced a new model of their popular “Shape-ups” shoes – previously targeting adult women – in sizes small enough to fit little girls. Some even come with Velcro straps.”
Note: There are no “Shape-Ups” equivalents for young boys.