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I write a biweekly column for the Fox News website which covers a range of issues related to politics, policy, and culture.
This week, I devoted the column to debunking Morgan Spurlock.
August 15, 2005 | Permalink
"I believe people ought to be free to make their own decisions about what they eat, what they drink," said by you.
"that is one of the most rewarding things to emerge from this entire film experience: getting to go out and talk to people about the choices we make everyday." said by Spurlock.
You both seem to have a lot in common, you both feel the need for people to make their own decisions is important, why such vehement hatred for him? (can't we all just get along?)
By the way many paleontologists believe modern homo sapiens wouldn't have developed higher brain function if it wasn't for eating protien derived from meat. So vegans can put that in their pipe and smoke it.
But many scientists are proving that carbonized meat fats (burnt meat from grilling) contain carcinogens.
So both sides really have some mud to sling at each other... I have a better question, why do we feel that this is the best thing we could be doing with our time?
Jerry Gakumon |
January 31, 2006 at 07:56 PM
Yeah you go radley! Debunk this fraud with every dollar you get from the food industry! Never mind that you use the same propaganda tactics as Morgan does and are really no better then he is. You are just another example of the false left vs right paradigm and its amazing people fall for the side of big business over good food and fair government treatment. Fuck you and your cause you filthy globalist whore.
April 01, 2006 at 06:51 PM
thank goodness we have you fighting the good fight.
seriously, is fox news any more of a credible news source than spurlock?
marc hummel |
September 05, 2006 at 03:36 PM
“I don’t think animals are here for us to use”
I don't think gazelles are here for cheetahs to use.
November 24, 2006 at 12:58 AM
I have a great link for a video profile on the documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock. Best known for his 2004 breakout film Super Size Me, he was recently at the SXSW film festival promoting his Oscar nominated film Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? Filmed in the Austin City Limits Studio, Spurlock talks about filmmaking, blogging and interactivity between the two mediums. Here is a link to the video from the website of the show Docubloggers on the PBS station KLRU in Austin, Texas. Enjoy!
March 28, 2008 at 12:22 PM
Boy, I'm not sure why Spurlock is portrayed here as "evil". The guy (in supersize me) was merely pointing out that the Micky D's kills and although we all have a 'choice' in what we eat (which by the way he says at the end) McDonalds "DESIGNED" their business using TRIED AND TRUE techniques to lure kids (parent's money) with documented psychological branding schemes and chemically created tasty-good and deadly mixture of ingredients (carbs, fats, protein)! We cannot over-estimate the intelligence of the average american (or human for that matter) since even a mouse would probably eat McDonalds over it's traditional diet of wood fibers. The average American knows the McDonalds food is not "healthy" if eaten as they market it (Coke, Burger and Fries) but there's just something about it that lures them in? DUH? Is this so hard to understand? We're beyond free will when we speak of addiction to drugs. Well, I think manufactured food like this is addicting. Morgan Spurlock has good intentions so why bash the guy for selling out? We all would if we had the chance. Oh yea, sorry, anti-spurlocks seem to do everything politically correct. I'm not trying to be mean, just trying to provide a balanced perspective.
September 17, 2008 at 11:16 AM
Is Spurlock really "all there"? *lol*
Fatty Liver |
May 03, 2011 at 12:09 AM
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