As some of you may know I keep losing the battle of the bulge.I fight and to no avail I lose. It has come across to me that I dont "eat" the correct foods,so today I will try to start. I havent writ down my cravings,but this morning I started with a tall glass of OJ (pulp most).That was about 5:00am It is now 10:00am and I started having "binge" cravings for at least two hours,but have the willpower to seize and desist them. I recently went downstairs on my usual lurking and skulking walks when I came across the vending machines being refilled.There were sandwhiches and breakfast biscuit items on the top and I asked the dude " what do you do with those on top?" he said he throws them away..... This american society has a need to be a throw away society.If anyone that has been in business,or a business degree or in mass consumer manufacturing well knows things dont last long,they break,or a newer version comes out all together.We have become consumerists.filthy little greedy lops who need the lastest contraption to be hip and styling above the rest whilst eating only 50% of our food annually. there is a need for people that are starving..its called food! but nay I say! we must clog all the arteries of our vastness into the landfills and not give the hungry some food,nary a slice of bread because we have a need to toss it away for newer bread 4.0 there is no conclusion to this but to consume less until our underconsumation repeals our overvastness consuming.we must resist the things plugged into our heads and eyes and ears. While I was pondering the thought of personally going ferel and eating wild stuff found free,or going freegan,I found a site somewhat disturbing. It talked about eating placentas and such meats that were a part of human anatomy that were free and are tossed away on a daily basis. I dont know about you but eating a placenta and the mere thought gives me the heebie geebies!! Ok. with this thought,I can survive til 11:30 for my 12oz salad. Then my 1-1/2 mile walk The battles might have been won by Mr. Om Nom Nom, but I still have the war to finish.