Second, unless you live in the city, nobody runs down skateboarders anymore. Seriously, you city-dwellers, and just plain people who live in Florida, are seriously rude fuckers! So, since you live in the city, you're not loading chicken feed into a car so I don't have to help with that imaginary scenario.
Third, covering my mouth to prevent the spread of germs? Don't you mean: please appease my chronic OCD and germphobia?
What am I talking about?
Written by her...
So, do I care about you health? Kind of. I mean, I don't wish strangers who don't do evil any ill. If You're fat and causing yourself harm, then I wish you'd get to a point where you're not damaging yourself Do I think fat is gross? It can be, but even that depends. I've never complained about a woman carrying an extra 20-30 lbs in her boobs and butt, that's for sure (I'll refrain from the too-easy excuse to post T&A. For now). From your photos and your description, I don't find your fat composition particularly attractive, that's for sure.
Once again, except Rush's. Rush pays for his lard, kitchen table to hospital visits to trips to the pharmacy (at least he paid for his Oxys instead of stealing them). If people like S.E Smith can't afford to do that then they better accept the fact that we're going to fat-judge. After all, your medical bills are making an impact in my life. Furthermore, as the government gets more involved, this will only accelerate. Just sayin'.
So, yes, you do have a right to be fat, much like you have a right to live your life as you see fit. There might be a good reason why right and responsibility alliterate: they're connected. If you're going to live fat, then you need to take full financial responsibility for being fat. If you can't pay like Rush pays, then maybe there's a lesson there. After all, your rights end where others begin and if you can't afford to pay for your medical bills, in full, then I guess you shouldn't be fat.