Here's the link to the Facebook graphic:New York Mayor Bloomberg recently asked his critics this question pertaining to his proposed ban of cup sizes over 16 ounces: “Is purchasing two 16-ouncers instead of one 32-ounce too much of an inconvenience to help reverse a national health catastrophe?”
You might have asked (as I did): Wouldn’t two 16-ounce sodas be just as bad for you as one 32-ouncer?
The answer, according to information provided by the Nanny of NYC, is no.
According to a graphic on Michael Bloomberg’s Facebook page, doubling the size of a sugared soda larger than 16 ounces more than doubles the amount of sugar and calories.
Some pretty choice comments there.
Anyway, they obviously think the public is too stupid to figure this out. That might be the case in liberal NYC, but not everywhere.