I visited a friend in the hospital about a week ago. He was in the ICU after a quadruple bypass surgery. For lunch the nurse brought him the following: A large roll with a tiny piece of ham & Kraft cheese, a box of apple juice, a few iceberg lettuce leaves with tons of LITE ranch dressing, a tiny danish and some candied trail mix that I couldn't ID. The mantra I kept hearing from his "team" was that 'we gotta get you on the right track and obliterate that FAT that got you here'. I noticed other people bringing McD shakes, Snicker bars and other such items to their loved ones in the other cubicles. That's hospital 'care' for you.
Kinda sounds like someone saying "I dumped the Marlboros, now I'm on Menthol Lights".
"After all we did for Britain, selling all that corduroy and making it swing, and all we got was a bit of tin on a piece of leather, an MBE." --George Harrison