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Mangino Screwed In Mississippi If Obese House Bill Passes

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Double-stuffed? Yeah, that’s my favorite. Supreme, extra cheese. Damn, I’m hungry. 

Mark Mangino has never been accused of missing a meal. But, soon, that may be exactly the case.  It appears the Buffet Killer might not be making too many recruiting trips to Mississippi if a state bill passes a vote.

Mississippi House Bill #282 would  make it illegal for dining establishments from serving anyone deemed obese.

Here is what the bill says:

Any food establishment to which this section applies shall not be allowed to serve food to any person who is obese, based on criteria prescribed by the State Department of Health after consultation with the Mississippi Council on Obesity Prevention and Management established under Section 41-101-1 or its successor.

In other words, if Southwest Airlines charges you for two seats, your fat ass isn’t getting a meal in Ole Miss.  What would be great is if the state only allowed restaurants to sell Slim Fast shakes to these fatties.

The proposal would allow health inspectors to yank the permit from any restaurant that “repeatedly” feeds extremely overweight customers.

“This ain’t a feed lot. Get your fat ass out of my restaurant.” 

Other’s not eating in Mississippi:

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