Eating tons of high fructose corn syrup? Taking a cab, or driving for anything further away than 3 blocks? Fooling yourself into thinking that a bowl of cheerios and a can of diet soda is a healthy breakfast, so as to enrich big-agra?
Buying the latest locked-down, closed-source, non-upgradeable proprietary, DRM'ed shiny gadget, made by child labor in near-prison-like conditions, which has a non-replaceable battery and serves only as an e-store to enrich one giant corporation, only to throw it away in a landfill 6 months later and upgrade to the next iteration for another $250-$600? And then argue about the merits of your particular gadget vs your friend's choice in the same kind of crap?
Taking statins, or other drugs for life so as to enrich big pharma, instead of improving your health by exercise, and eating proper foods?
Investing in ETFs, or derivatives instead of real money, so as to enrich big banks? Or maxing out the credit cards and taking out crippling loans to mortgage a poorly built McMansion and lease or buy "luxury cars" so as to impress the neighbors across the street who are doing the same?
Watching brain destroying "Reality TV" shows instead of doing something useful, or enriching with your time? Or worse, watching spectator sports for 10 hours on a couch, while guzzling trans-fats loaded, high carb snacks made from GMO corn and soy to the point of morbid obesity, while getting no activity, or going outside, while claiming to love sports?
Eating nuggets made from pink sludge CAFO chickens that were fed arsenic and other toxins, loaded with MSG, artificial color, dipped in ammonia, and other crap?
Doing chronic cardio for hours on a treadmill, then having a super sized muffin and 32 oz mega-sweetened coffee like shake with soy cream as a reward?
Drinking "spring" water, which is actually filtered tap water, from BPA lined bottles with cool sounding names that are heavily advertised?
Buying new clothing every few months, cheaply made by child labor, made from sythetics, which fray after just a few cycles in the washer?
Thanks, but no thanks. I'd rather be the weirdo who doesn't do what everyone else does.