I do a lot of writing, sometimes writing about a lot of things. I’ve written about my own experiences with eating disorders, mental health, and depression. In my writing, I do ask questions like “what was the point of writing all this crap in the first place?”, “what was the point of writing about mental health?”, “what was the point of writing about depression?”, “what was the point of writing about eating disorders?” and “what was the point of writing about eating disorders?”.
I really like writing about food. I like the idea that the food is a kind of human flesh and we need to be able to make those foods taste good. But if your food is not health conscious, then you cannot make it taste good. So many people in the world are not eating healthy foods.
So there are two very powerful forces at play here. On one hand, there is the push towards better public health. This has been happening for a while now. We know that eating a lot of junk food is bad for us, and it’s a major contributor to obesity. But there are also a lot of people who are suffering from eating disorders or eating-disordered eating. And you know what, that is a very serious problem.
Well, we don’t have much time to go through the list of “taste-burdening” ingredients at this point. The list is probably longer than the trailers. So let’s get to it: taste, and find out what’s in there.
We have a lot of other stuff to cover. For instance, we have a lot of health issues so we need to find a way to get in touch with those folks so we can get their side of the story.
Oh, sure, we could go with the same strategy as you, but on the other hand, we also can’t have the luxury of having a single time-stop for the day.
Time-stops are fun to talk about but they also make for boring games. We could have a time-stop for just the day, but we also have to think of a way to get in touch with the Visionaries so we can help them get their stuff back. The only way to do that is to go into their time-stop and get their side of the story, which is a bad thing.