From: SEO Person
Subject: Let’s Succeed Together
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To: SEO Person
Subject: Re: Let’s Succeed Together
No thanks. I’d rather fail separately.
Burger King is ready to help you celebrate summer with some classic American barbecue favorites and a new original desert.
A bacon sundae of vanilla soft serve ice cream, chocolate fudge, caramel and topped off with bacon crumbles toppings and a strip of bacon acts as the cherry on top for a sweet and salty ending. The dessert sundae has a whopping 510 calories, 18 grams of fat and 61 grams of sugar.
I gave up fast food (and soda) two years ago so someone else will have to get back to me on this. (Oh, I also started moderately exercising. The result? I’m down 40lbs.)
First they came for your soda:
The board hand-picked by Mayor Michael Bloomberg that must approve his ban of selling large sugar-filled drinks at restaurants might be looking at other targets.
The New York City Board of Health showed support for limiting sizes of sugary drinks at a Tuesday meeting in Queens. They agreed to start the process to formalize the large-drink ban by agreeing to start a six-week public comment period.
At the meeting, some of the members of board said they should be considering other limits on high-calorie foods.
One member, Bruce Vladeck, thinks limiting the sizes for movie theater popcorn should be considered.
“The popcorn isn’t a whole lot better than the soda,” Vladeck said.
Another board member thinks milk drinks should fall under the size limits.
“There are certainly milkshakes and milk-coffee beverages that have monstrous amounts of calories,” said board member Dr. Joel Forman.