Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Friday, September 14, 2007

The Rise of the Food Police

A city councilwoman is proposing a moratorium on fast-food restaurants in south Los Angeles, which has more such eateries than any other part of the county.

The ordinance proposed by Councilwoman Jan Perry would stop new fast-food restaurants from opening in the area for up to two years while the city establishes a long-term plan to deal with the restaurants that have been linked to health problems.
Big Brother casts his eye on the populace and decides that less freedom is better. So much easier to slap a negative law down (or to propose one) than to look at something positive ... such as reworking the city to create walking friendly neighborhoods, etc.

What's next? A stop on the scales before you can buy some Oreos?

National Cream Filled Doughnuts Day

9. In an episode of "The Simpsons," what did Homer trade for a doughnut?

a. Bart
b. A piece of pie
c. His soul
This is the only question I knew the answer to in this doughnut quiz (well, ok, I knew the answer to #5 also ...). Celebrate by taking the quiz. Via Serious Eats.

Fine Art Friday

Krispy Kreme 3 by Duane Keiser.

He is today's featured artist in the Fine Art Festival. For more of his featured paintings, go here.