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General / Re: What the Hell is going on in here?
« on: July 02, 2012, 08:14:37 PM »
Well, looks like there's more than one.  I'm not just a nigger lover.  I'm also a nigger fucker.  How about them apples?  Hope you hate that.

Three shemale negresses will be sent to your home to gangbang you.

Or someone with a name similiar to yours, within a hundred miles of your house. They're not picky.

Perhaps they shall seek out curvy women who are known to have once posted cheesecake pictures of themselves in Xmas lingerie on a libertarian message board instead.

Will someone please post the pics of Lindsey in her Christmas lingerie?  I'm feeling titillated now!


I'm sure the fucking things are here somewhere.  You dun wanna see 'em anyway, haha.

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General / Re: What the Hell is going on in here?
« on: July 02, 2012, 12:17:05 AM »
Well thank Cthulhu.  It distracted April from the subject of pictures of me. 

So...about the negro lovers...

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General / Re: New here
« on: July 01, 2012, 09:00:07 PM »
Jesus.  Let's just scare off anyone who attempts to join.  :-P

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General / Re: What the Hell is going on in here?
« on: July 01, 2012, 07:42:11 PM »
I see.

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General / Re: New here
« on: June 30, 2012, 11:59:01 PM »
wat

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General / Re: New here
« on: June 29, 2012, 11:11:30 PM »
Why hullo thar.   :D

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General / Re: Funny Podcast
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:19:21 PM »
Omg you're still around.   :D

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General / Re: What the Hell is going on in here?
« on: June 28, 2012, 02:27:16 PM »
Oh shi-   :shock:

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General / Re: WTF?
« on: June 22, 2012, 09:27:05 PM »
Jesus. If I had this much money for every time almost the same shit had been said to me I could have taken over the fucking world.

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General / Re: BBS users who are coming to Porcfest 2012 -
« on: June 20, 2012, 08:45:00 PM »
I should be there because I am awesome.  But I couldn't be there, so everyone who is...have fun!

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General / Re: Juicing?
« on: June 06, 2012, 12:17:39 AM »
WTFK, are you fasting with *only* the classic juice that you described?  I imagined juice fasting as being as shown on Fat Sick & Nearly Dead, i.e., the person fasting consumes vegetable juices.

Yes, only that juice.  Fruit and vegetable juices, I'd consider a "liquid diet."

I suppose that is really what it is.  The idea is that only the good stuff, the micronutrients go in, and that you sort of reboot your system.  When you go off the fast I think the idea is to eat only nutrient-dense foods.  I sort of made the assumption (ha) that it preferably be a plant-based diet with little to no animal products and minimal added sugar and fats.  So...basically vegan. Though the film made really no mention of this.  I probably picked that idea up more from Forks Over Knives.  You guys can see how I'm getting my money's worth out of Netflix.

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General / Re: Juicing?
« on: June 03, 2012, 12:41:33 AM »
WTFK, are you fasting with *only* the classic juice that you described?  I imagined juice fasting as being as shown on Fat Sick & Nearly Dead, i.e., the person fasting consumes vegetable juices.

That's what I was referring to.  I made some juice with apple, pear, cucumber, kale, and spinach the other day.  As far as I can tell there should be anywhere from 60-80% vegetable in there as opposed to it being mostly fruit.  I'm slowly putting more veggies in the juice as my taste buds get used to it.  I'm not fasting, mostly because we still have a lot of food in th freezer and pantry, and we don't just want to throw it out.

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General / Re: Juicing?
« on: June 02, 2012, 11:21:49 AM »
I've been drinking it all through a straw, as I do most things to minimize tooth contact.

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General / Re: Juicing?
« on: May 30, 2012, 10:42:45 PM »
I'm totally excited that there is an all-organic farmer's market near by.  They grow most of the stuff in the middle of a neighborhood, haha.  They sell it where it is grown, which is awesome.  I've been watching other films about genetically engineered foods, local produce, etc., so I'm excited for the markets to open so I can stop seeing all the stickers on my produce that are labeled Mexico. 

That is a great documentary. Juicing is great for short periods of time (if your healthy). If you are a fast food/box food junkie, you might try doing a few weeks of juicing to detox yourself a little. If you want to get healthy, however, you don't have to go totally 100% juice. Try 50% or 70% and then eat the remaining portion as raw food. Raw Food -- Real Food -- is so much more tasty than any of the sugary/salty boxed-food that can be purchased from a supermarkets. Once you get started, you can become obsessed on all the insanely delicious foods that you can eat (and make). I could make some food for you that would blow your mind. Cheese Cake, anyone (made from cashews, dates and lemon)? How about chocolate mint ice cream (made out of avocados, peppermint and bitter-sweet chocolate)? Once you go raw, you'll see what's behind the curtain in OZ. The food industry and the medical industry like sick people. Sick people are also less likely to protest too so the government loves it too. How can you protest if you are bed-ridden?

If we switched to growing our own food or buying it from local farms, many of the problems of this country would be solved.


I think we are going to ease in to a fast by eating fruits and veggies (will try for mostly raw, definitely no sauces, oils, or salt), and then see if we can do only juice.  After the fast I plan on cutting out most animal products.  I have been cutting back, and not eating much meat.  I don't know if I can give up cheese totally, but even cutting back 90+ percent will be a huge improvement.  It will be a fun experiment to try new ways of eating and see how we feel.

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General / Re: Juicing?
« on: May 30, 2012, 12:29:33 AM »
Well, Lindsey, I used to have shakes every day, and on some busy days I would substitute them for food.

The amount of fiber in them can make things........explosive.

By shakes do you mean juice?  Or do you mean something pre-packaged with added supplements? 

I never have, but a friend of mine does it every so often. He goes back to his regular diet, then gets a bug up his ass to try again. He likes to get gum to chew on to replace the urge to be chewing food, which is pretty intense sometimes when you're drinking all of your meals. Also a bit of lethargy in the first 3 or 4 days after you start. He swears his energy level goes up and his head is much clearer after that though, but that might be a placebo effect in my opinion. Who knows.

I've seen the same thing about the first few days being awful.  Supposedly it is all the toxins leaving your body.  Obviously there will be some digestive upset in pretty much everyone when you drastically change your diet in any way.  So I'm sure that will be totally awesome.

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