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Diogenes The Cynic

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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2009, 02:25:57 AM »

Also, fish.  Fish is good.  I like fish.  

First person to say anything about mercury gets autobann'd.  Heavy Metal Toxic Fish would be a stupid name for a band, let alone a sound theory.  People would have to eat fish morning, noon and night for any considerable levels to accumulate, and they'd have to be high up the fish-chain.  Omega-3 is important.  It improves brain function, and keeps the frowny-faces away.  

People in New England reap great income from the harvest of fish, and often do so privately, without subsidy.  They are known to be stalwart tax resistors, plying their wares for cash at the docks, telling Uncle Sam to kiss their salty asses, pumping lewdly from the hips in mock fornication.  They actually do this, and it is to be greatly admired.  

Well canning foods in third world countries that do a lot of the tuna trade does add impurities.
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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2009, 02:30:04 AM »

I empty garbage bins for a living.People are disgusting pigs when they don't have to clean up after themselves.Luckily I havent found any bodies yet. 8).
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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #17 on: December 02, 2009, 02:56:51 AM »

Also, fish.  Fish is good.  I like fish.  

First person to say anything about mercury gets autobann'd.  Heavy Metal Toxic Fish would be a stupid name for a band, let alone a sound theory.  People would have to eat fish morning, noon and night for any considerable levels to accumulate, and they'd have to be high up the fish-chain.  Omega-3 is important.  It improves brain function, and keeps the frowny-faces away.  

People in New England reap great income from the harvest of fish, and often do so privately, without subsidy.  They are known to be stalwart tax resistors, plying their wares for cash at the docks, telling Uncle Sam to kiss their salty asses, pumping lewdly from the hips in mock fornication.  They actually do this, and it is to be greatly admired.  

Well canning foods in third world countries that do a lot of the tuna trade does add impurities.

I don't eat tuna.  Tuna is fuckin' gross.  And people who eat tuna hoagies in the workplace should realize they stink ten times worse than smokers.  So the next time you tuna-eaters complain about people stinking of cigarettes, go brush your fuckin' teeth for an hour with Pine-Sol, and then take the rest of the day off sick, you fish-reek tunamouth motherfuckers. 

Also, I've never seen a fisherman bring a load of canned tuna to the docks, fresh from the sea.  They usually bring cod, or haddock.  You know, fish that people eat without rolling around in it like a dog. 

But yeah, I can imagine you'd get impurities, or fatally fucking ill, if you eat foods canned in third world countries that cost fifty-nine cents after you ship them nine thousand miles.   
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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #18 on: December 02, 2009, 10:46:36 AM »

Abbie Hoffmann was a drugtarded commie retard.  :x

... but bringing him up made me realize yet another advantage of this diet - if it is well known that you are careful about what you put in your body, it would be more difficult for Them to "suicide" you via an overdose.


Any more stupidity from Taimu Raidiu  and this thread will be moved to Hijack Free Zone.



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Also, fish.  Fish is good.  I like fish. 

First person to say anything about mercury gets autobann'd.  Heavy Metal Toxic Fish would be a stupid name for a band, let alone a sound theory.  People would have to eat fish morning, noon and night for any considerable levels to accumulate, and they'd have to be high up the fish-chain.  Omega-3 is important.  It improves brain function, and keeps the frowny-faces away. 

People in New England reap great income from the harvest of fish, and often do so privately, without subsidy.  They are known to be stalwart tax resistors, plying their wares for cash at the docks, telling Uncle Sam to kiss their salty asses, pumping lewdly from the hips in mock fornication.  They actually do this, and it is to be greatly admired. 

Enjoy!

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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #19 on: December 02, 2009, 12:56:03 PM »

Also, fish.  Fish is good.  I like fish. 

First person to say anything about mercury gets autobann'd.  Heavy Metal Toxic Fish would be a stupid name for a band, let alone a sound theory.  People would have to eat fish morning, noon and night for any considerable levels to accumulate, and they'd have to be high up the fish-chain.  Omega-3 is important.  It improves brain function, and keeps the frowny-faces away. 

People in New England reap great income from the harvest of fish, and often do so privately, without subsidy.  They are known to be stalwart tax resistors, plying their wares for cash at the docks, telling Uncle Sam to kiss their salty asses, pumping lewdly from the hips in mock fornication.  They actually do this, and it is to be greatly admired. 

According to the dietary philosophy described in this thread, the top 3 reasons not to eat fish are: taxes, subsidies, and regulations - from your basic hobbyist fishing license to government management of commercial fishing to regulation of fish farms (or "sea kittens", as the PETA-tards lobby wants to call them).  Your claims of fishermen being tax resisters in any significant qualities seem ridiculous.  Ocean shores are filled with government-loving assholes with a hard-on for snitching on you for not having your boat registered, etc - that's no place to build a Galt's Gulch!

I agree that at first glance fish seems to make a whole lot more nutritional and economic sense than land-animal-based food, but some of those advantages don't stand up to scrutiny.  Proximity to bodies of water raises demand for that land, and thus its cost, especially though higher taxes - you would get a far better return on your investment by investing your money into cheap land in the middle of nowhere (but with enough hydration for irrigation of course), and investing your time into improving & farming it.  And even from the "stretching earth's resources to feed hundreds of billions of people" point of view, there are many other ways water resources can be used for food production: seaweed farming, floating farms, and so on.

It's just a simple fact of biology that plants, which get their nutrients directly from sources inedible to us (i.e. soil and sunlight), are far more economical sources of nutrition than animals, which must eat far greater quantities of plants and/or other animals in order to grow.  Filtering your nutrients through other animals has no benefits, and a whole list of drawbacks (some of which you asked me not to mention, so I won't).

Fish is also less healthy than plant-based foods: it's acidic, contains cholesterol (especially shellfish), etc.  You get far better omega-3 and other healthy fats from plant foods - in large quantities from things like avocados, olives, nuts, and seeds (especially hemp), or in small quantities in pretty much all vegetables and grains (except the processed / "junk carbs" mentioned above).

Acidic foods are mutually-addictive: you have a little bit of fish and you start craving a cola, you have a cola and you start craving a hamburger, etc.  If you quit them completely, after a while those cravings go away, and your body also gradually adjusts to not getting any acid / poison / cholesterol in your diet, which results in a far healthier cardiovascular system that only long-term alkaline vegans typically have.
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« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2009, 02:02:36 PM »

I've never liked fish/sea food.


You should eat bugs.
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« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2009, 02:21:47 PM »

You should eat bugs.

Um, why?   :?

Insects have huge amounts of cholesterol and other toxins, are very costly to "harvest", and have hardly any nutritional benefits to speak of.

Plus in an environment controlled by human beings for human benefit, you can weed out the "bad bugs" and replace them with "good bugs" that enrich your soil, pollinate your crops, and so on.  Those "good bugs" are worth more when they're alive, because they result in greater crop yields.
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« Reply #22 on: December 02, 2009, 02:37:38 PM »


Insects have huge amounts of cholesterol and other toxins, are very costly to "harvest", and have hardly any nutritional benefits to speak of.
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http://www.food-insects.com/Insects%20as%20Human%20Food.htm
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« Reply #23 on: December 02, 2009, 02:56:18 PM »

OK, so you can have an insect farm and feed it stuff humans normally wouldn't eat, but, um, WHY?!

My nice green salad and fried buckwheat with mushrooms tasted just fine without any crawly things in them, thank you very much.  Plus don't you think them socialist assholes would trip over each-other on the way to the legislature to enact regulations against "them dirty cockroach-eating hakuna matata free-stater hippies spreading diseases and whatnot"!?  But they can't outlaw growing plants!  Oh, shi-  :lol:

Anyways, my points about cholesterol, toxicity, and acidity still stand.
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« Reply #24 on: December 02, 2009, 03:06:04 PM »

Insects have huge amounts of cholesterol and other toxins, are very costly to "harvest", and have hardly any nutritional benefits to speak of.

Ants are the easiest thing in the world to harvest.
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« Reply #25 on: December 02, 2009, 03:26:36 PM »

Somehow I doubt that - maybe because I can't imagine waking up with cabbages crawling inside my butt! 

And you're forgetting that insects also need to be cleaned. 

Eating a whole ant is not much different than eating any other animal: exoskeleton, guts, and so on. 

And how do you ask an ant to poop itself empty so you don't swallow its shi'ite? 

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« Reply #26 on: December 02, 2009, 03:53:20 PM »

You're forgetting that insects also need to be cleaned.  

Eating a whole ant is not much different than eating any other animal: exoskeleton, guts, and so on. 

And how do you ask an ant to poop itself empty so you don't swallow its shi'ite? 



I suggest cooking it.  Have you hard sardines?  They are extremely healthy.
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« Reply #27 on: December 02, 2009, 04:27:30 PM »

Healthy compared to what?  A hamburger - definitely.  A vegetable salad - I don't think so.

To get a meal's worth of protein (30g) from sardines you're also getting 14g fat (3g saturated), 132mg of cholesterol, and a whole lot of other things our mod overlord hath commanded me to speak of not!

Plus sardines usually have their inner organs removed and are thoroughly washed prior to cooking / canning - good luck doing that to each individual bug. 
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« Reply #28 on: December 02, 2009, 05:03:08 PM »

You know, you could always try to poach fish.
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Re: The Tax Resister Diet
« Reply #29 on: December 02, 2009, 06:31:23 PM »

What's your stance on dumpster diving for food?
I used to do it when there was a supermarket that did this within a couple miles of me and I was with two partners. Tasty food aplenty!



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