Way to generalize things. To be fair, judging by this post I have to assume you are american because only they can be this badly misinformed.
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I don't think TFA is claiming that sugar is actually toxic, merely that it should be thought of as toxic in large quantities like anything else that is bad for you. I wouldn't drop sugar altogether, there's nothing wrong with having some now and then, naturally occurring and otherwise.
A label is a label of course and ultimately it should be up to the individual if they want to get really fat or not.
I have to agree. The only reason I have not purchased this game is because I have been waiting for it to go on sale. I've tried the demo, it was an ok, clever puzzle game, but not worth $20...to me anyway. Especially since a lot of the distribution and production costs are next to nothing for a digital download.
This 90% piracy figure is artificially skewed by the fact that if this game was cheaper, a lot more people would have purchased it. When such a high percentage of people feel entitled to enjoy this game without paying is another matter entirely.
There is also the factor of poor weather and crop yield creating a necessity to import grapes in order to actually have production at all. It is misleading, but a fair argument against prejudice towards region.
BTW, it's Okanagan...we aren't known for our oak trees or casks.
There is No "one" point where the body stops working.
Actually, I believe its called death.