In the name of supposed empathy, we hear JJ say things like, “It makes me feel fat and sad. ” and, when his wife asks what he’s doing lying down on the floor, saying, “Just trying not to die.” He comes closest to empathy with, “You do feel trapped.
I feel for people who are struggling with weight.”During one of the show’s most ridiculous moments, we see JJ sitting down for dinner with his wife and saying, “For years and years and years, we’ve been on the same page.
He was on a Royal College of Physicians team that helped produce the guidelines in 1987.
He told The Times newspaper that the committee's epidemiologist had conceded that there was no data about safe limits available and that "it's impossible to say what's safe and what isn't".
Why can't we have a mixture of all different women on a show and why does there have to be a skinny women dating show and a fat women dating show?
I guess part of me gets so mad because society tells men that they should be attracted to thin women and never the slightly overweight friend who has to fight to find a decent man.
I just think it's so unfair out there in the dating world for us.
There has to be a lable on us and sometimes we can't help that we are bigger than those "pretty" skinny girls.
On one spectrum I applaud Fox for realizing that being skinny is not the only beautiful for women.
On the other end, I feel like it's a little disrespectful.
"It may be a little controversial, but I think it will mostly be positive.
This is so simple and so obvious, yet it has never been done." LINK: Click here for more from the Hollywood Reporter.
Smith said the drinking limits were "not based on any firm evidence at all", but were an "intelligent guess".