October 06, 2006


"By working with schools and industry to implement these guidelines, we are helping to give parents peace of mind that their kids will be able to make healthier choices at school," said Dr. Raymond Gibbons, president of the heart association.

Yep, they'll be able to make healthier choices at school because, well. . . they're being FORCED to. More forced choices, please!

Man, if I was back in high school right now, I'd be bringing in a cooler full of junk food and soda every day and selling it at ridiculously marked up prices. I hope some entrepreneurial high school students recognize and capitalize on this money-making idea.

Posted by Ryan at October 6, 2006 12:35 PM | TrackBack

Well, unless those vending machines also sell organic lettuce it seems like the kids were already facing some forced choices.

Posted by: flamingbanjo at October 6, 2006 02:01 PM


If I hadn't had access to soda when I was in school, I wouldn't have made it. I would have dropped out and worked for the nearest Pepsi-Cola distributor.

Posted by: Ryan at October 6, 2006 02:40 PM
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