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Andrea Meyer

Andrea Meyer

  • The best wedding I’ve ever attended was the simplest—the couple made it official at City Hall, and held a reception picnic in the park. Burgers (veggie and regular) chips and beverages were on the menu. No catered meal, no dance floor; no formal attire or registry. Just roughly 15 people outside, on

    The best wedding I’ve ever attended was the simplest—the couple made it official at City Hall, and held a reception picnic in the park. Burgers (veggie and regular) chips and beverages were on the menu. No catered meal, no dance floor; no formal attire or registry. Just roughly 15 people outside, on a beautiful day, having some laughs—and signing a wedding frisbee. Couple is still together, has a baby, and no crushing wedding debt or regrets. :)

  • Actions have consequences. Perfect example of someone like Kevin Spacey, with the reverberations going much further than the original victims. He’s hurt countless people through his hubris. Good riddance, Mr. Spacey.

  • Great read, and a much-needed discussion on how food companies are largely responsible for the rising obesity rate, engineering addictive, sugar-laden products aided by the best advertising and employing the best tools to hook consumers once in the supermarket. These are the same companies who advertise

    Great read, and a much-needed discussion on how food companies are largely responsible for the rising obesity rate, engineering addictive, sugar-laden products aided by the best advertising and employing the best tools to hook consumers once in the supermarket. These are the same companies who advertise on Saturday morning cartoons to appeal to children. Food shopping in itself has been almost an exercise in survival, with consumers needing to do homework beforehand and scrutinize labels once in the store during a simple shopping trip. It’s infuriating. People who try to stay trim and make the right choices already have the deck stacked against them the moment they grab their cart. Let’s put the blame where it belongs: corporate greed.