Food For Thought 2.12.09

"In the end, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the rules being drawn around food receive some force from the fact that people are uncomfortable with how far the sexual revolution has gone--and not knowing what to do about it, they turn for increasing consolation to mining morality out of what they eat." (From a Hoover Institution study of morality--questioning more specifically what happens when humans have access to more than enough food and sex. Apparently the more smug we are about what we eat, the less sex we...hey, wait just a damn minute...)

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