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Watching somebody else eat does not satisfy one is the counter to the claim that watching violence discharges aggressive feelings.
Similarly, the meteorologists cannot control sunshine is the counter to the argument that economists can control inflation.
I'm not too confident about the validity of this argument, but will stand by it till somebody else shoots it down.
The author is trying to make a sarcastic question by saying "Does watching someone else eat fill one's own stomach? " in response to the opinion "Some people believe that witnessing violence in movies will discharge aggressive energy." In other words, the author agrees that movies will encourage aggressive violence.
In D, "Can meteorologists make the sun shine?" is a sarcastic response to "Some people think that economists can control inflation. " Meteorologists cannot make the sun shine, so as watching someone else eat does in fact fill one's stomach. Hence the answer is D.
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