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Okay. This is the most important question I will ever ask, ever.
It would have been more timely around Halloween (when this picture was taken) except for the fact that I didn’t give out free candy. I was the evil witch on the block whose house gets egged and whose pumpkin gets smashed and whose scarecrow gets un-stuffed because I choose to distribute stickers instead of mouth-rotting hydrogenated-oil-containing red-5-filled candy to the many kids in my neighborhood who are clearly already in health crisis mode.
Incidentally, they were stickers from our wedding save-the-dates a few years back. Whatever.
Would you rather…
Get free candy, or a free statin?
I’m having trouble deciding…
What kind of incentives must be behind this atrocity…Wegman’s wouldn’t give out a free .99 cent box of Jujubes, yet they can freely distribute a prescription med that costs who-knows-whom thousands of dollars each year. Yikes.