One thing that seemed a very valid but sad point:
- Television is probably the best way to reach the people who need reaching-a sad but true statement on the state of our nation, so many people watching surely it will hit home with one of them-but still, is shock jock reality television the way to go? perhaps yes, if indeed it reaches and helps people-but the point remains this: how many are watching for entertainment vs how many are watching to get help
- we must persist in spreading the word in whatever fashion works. I agree and I disagree. I want all people to have safe, healthy, good food to eat yes- Do I want to reach them through a celebrity chef on reality food show, no- do I think it's worth a shot, maybe
- What say you? I think he could, I think he could say "hell NO" to sugary, salty, sauce and yes to real foods, EXCEPT real foods don't have budgets that processed foods do because processed foods are so highly processed they can sell a little bit of food for a lot of money and they advertise the daylights out of this 'tortured' food-so MAYBE he could have better sponsors
- here's a thought: does a movement still have meaning if big money steps in and starts to dictate the rules, lobby for time, advertise their stuff? is it still legitimate or has it been taken over? will it soon become a joke? passe? or is the leaping off point for something bigger? real change?
Peace and Love,