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oh ver fed

  • s  too well nourished

  • Or else, in a series of gags titled Tales of Tomorrow, an overfed man-child makes instant purchases on his view screen and schlurps product through a tube in the wall.
  • Postindustrial humansas any trip to an all-you-can-eat buffet will tell youhave become a soft, sedentary, overfed lot.
  • That's exactly what happens with high taxes, over-regulation, tort windfalls, mandates, and overfed, over-spending government.
News & Articles

  • Village Pond Park solutions topic of upcoming meeting
    LAKE FOREST – A significant step toward fixing Village Pond Park – the messy home of an overabundance of overfed waterfowl – is being taken by the city.A public meeting is set for 9:30 a.m. July 20 at the park, at 23102 Ridge Route Drive, to...
    July 9, 2013 - Saddleback Valley News

  • Paul Foot in Telegraph.co.uk
    Like lazy and overfed fish,wrote Foot, "the British media jumped to the bait. In almost unanimous chorus, they engaged in furious vilification and op-ed warmongering against Libya."
  • Mitt Romney in Boston Globe (registration)
    I believe the American people are overtaxed and the government is overfed,Romney says in the ad, speaking before a flag-draped stage in Des Moines as his audience breaks into cheers. "I believe we're spending too much money, and that's got...
  • Michael Pollan in Indianapolis Star
    Pollan adds that our eating habits have "ushered a new creature onto the world stage: the human being who manages to be both overfed and undernourished."

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