Skip to comments.NYPD Food Felonies Unit to help make better food choices
Posted on 03/09/2013 10:09:16 PM PST by Daffynition
NEW YORK, March 7, 2013 - Inspired by the dramatic improvements in New Yorkers health and well-being after he banned smoking and junk food, as well as large sodas, salt, trans fats, Styrofoam food containers, and loud earbuds, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced that the NYPD is organizing a Food Felonies Unit (FFU) to further combat the proliferation of food crimes.
Nicknamed Double-F-U, the newly-formed unit is expected to be involved largely with restaurant menu supervision in its crime-prevention function, while also conducting sting operations on food service providers who break
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Is this for real ? I guess from Bloomburg anything is possible.
When you can’t tell whether it is satire or not - that means it isn’t satire anymore, it’s a prediction.
Food Court: "In the criminal justice system, diners are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories." I think I need a cigarette.
;D! Double FU? How about FU >3!
Great score for them to get an article on the Wash. Times
Mayo Bloomberg...a few calories short of a full cardiac.
If they ever do a remake of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest he can replace Jack Nicholson.
Here’s another “brilliant” statement from the littlest dictator:
Bloomberg blames homeless shelter overcrowding on private jet owners.
CS Lewis answered your question when he foretold the coming of Bloomberg:
*omnipotent moral busybodies* = Mayo Bloomers..
Exquisite wordsmith that!
I had to read the article and really think about it to be sure this is satire.
It reflects the sad reality of Bloomberg that it is hard to tell truth from satire with him. Five years ago, people would have thought you were weird for proposing limits on trans-fats, foie gras and the size of soda bottles.
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