It is a doleful sight to those, who walk through this great country, to see the hooves of the obese lumber on the sidewalks of their hometowns.
McDonalds and Wendys crowded with their elephantine physique, these hefty beings are hardly able to fit out the door. It is impossible in this day and age not to encounter one of these shapeless bulges forcing itself into an automatic shopping cart at a supermarket, reaching its fat arm lovingly towards the colored array of sugar and fat filled food positioned strategically at its eye level, contributing nothing to the society they so readily leech off of.I think it is agreed by all with appropriate weight, this colossal amount of fat is plaguing our society.
Therefore whoever could find a beneficial and easy method of transforming these lumps of disease into more sound and useful members of the commonwealth, should deserve recognition in the news as a preserver of the nation.Having turned my ideas on the subject for several years, and maturely weighed the many proposals of our so favorable government. I have always found them to be defective in eradicating the issue. It comes to my suspicion that these so highly respected government officials have caught the plague as well, therefore not commiting full effort to solving the problem. It is true, some are born with is gross physique and never grow out of it, but this disadvantage to the people must be turned into an advantage to the community. Instead of ogling at these otherworldly beings we must put them to work for the betterment of this country. Some may say this is unfair, they are people too, but I query, how can one stand up for himself when he cannot even stand up? Among the colossal amount of worthy souls born into this cruel world, reckoned almost 7.
5 billion, almost half bid adieu their life by ripening into obesity by age four. These same people have an average life span of twenty years and develop some form of heart disease in the first 10 years of their life. One study conducted by Johns Hopkins University predicted 75 percent of U.S. adults will be obese or overweight by 20. If we do not act fast the obese will soon become a majority.
Clearly this epidemic cannot go on. I shall now therefore humbly propose my own thoughts on this public health crisis, which I hope will not be subject to the least objection.I have been assured by a very knowledgeable American colleague of mine in New York, that a ripe soul, at any age, may serve as a fruitful addition to our workforce. Whether put to work in the fields or in construction in the city, or in our homes to serve us, any physical labor done will benefit both the obese in healing from the damage they have inflicted on themselves and our great economy by providing a source of free labour. I do therefore humbly offer it to the public’s consideration that of the three hundred and twenty billion in this country, forty-five percent of them obese, one hundred billion be subject to work for the rest of us.
The remaining fifty billion of them may be reserved for breed-especially if we were to become accustomed to this profitable workforce. After one reaches maturity, if their weight exceeded something un-proportional to their height, or if their stomach were to to proceed more than 5in past their chest cavity they shall be offered in sale to the persons of quality and good figure. He mothers advised to let their young consume as many fattening and sugar filled foods at the beginning of their life as to render them plump, and fat for a good worker for the rest of their sad life. There must be routine weights and measurements in schools and homes as to