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Bloomberg: This Isn't About a Ban, It's About Control

Jeff6235 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 8:42 AM
Did he ban the free refills as well? There is always some work around to any ban.
_,l,, Vaporise this, Thought Police ,,l,_ Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:17 AM
Here's my thought. There was this song by Sublime called "40oz to Freedom." In New York, someone should start distributing empty bottles labelled "40oz For Freedom," and people can just empty a couple of sodas into it to make one big one.

Well, maybe scratch that. If people started doing that, Bloomberg would probably call in the National Guard.
conservative_one Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:38 AM
.............."It's for your own good.........."

As the National Guard surrounds the crowd and take their drink containers away."
Paperpushermj Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:13 AM
I don't think the mayor cares whether his efforts are successful what's important to him is he Acted
Seawolf Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:03 AM
The best "work around" is to impeach people like this when they get too froggy, or better still never elect such fools in the first place. I prefer to spike their guns rather than have to argue with them later.

Over the weekend on Face the Nation, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg finally admitted his big gulp ban isn't really a ban, but about portion "control." 

His statement comes just days after Bloomberg dove into a campaign to stop loud music coming from headphones in New York City not because it's annoying, but because it's bad for your ears.

Hizzoner’s health officials are planning a social-media campaign to warn young people about the risk of losing their hearing from listening to music at high volume on...