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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 03:18 PM
    I posted studies, I wasn't the one who said "My roommate did this or that" or "My brother did this or that…" So I'm not sure what you're talking about unless you're referring to my statement that there are millions of vegans who are not fat? First of all, that was in response to his anecdote. You're twisting things around. Secondly, there are plenty of studies that back that up, so that's not exactly an anecdote, and what is dishonest is to falsely accuse me. And yes, I know that fats can include vegetarian sources. That doesn't change anything I said earlier, because I was talking specifically about animal fats and animal products, and there are tons of studies that back that up. It's just that keto cheerleaders like him choose to believe studies that promote keto....And it is a well-known fact that anything that promotes meat and dairy is almost always funded by the meat and dairy industries.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 01:25 PM
    Again, your anecdotes don't apply to millions of others. Like I told you, check back with me in 20 years when you have cardiovascular disease or atherosclerosis from years of eating lots of greasy fat and lard and far too many corpses and not enough healthy God-given foods like veggies, fruits, legumes, etc. We're going to have to agree to disagree. Plant-based is far healthier than eating death… and we haven't talked about the numerous other reasons why it's better. For me, the health aspect was not even my reason for going plant-based, it was just an added bonus.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 11:35 AM
    There are tons of vegans on a high carb diet who are either thin, normal weight or athletic… but not fat. It's silly to take your one example of your roommate and apply that to everyone. Of course common sense dictates that it's best to have a variety of healthy plant-based foods (as opposed to just one thing). But this anti-carb nonsense that is popular because of the trendiness of keto is downright dumb.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Today, 04:38 AM
    Really, it is a great victory to be twice taxed for the same event? Say, let's just get the federal government in on this too, it can go from being a great victory to being a monumentally astonishing amazing victory. Seriously, WTF!
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Today, 04:35 AM
    So far as this tax applies to non-privileged business activities, the ‘use tax’ is not constitutional, for states possess no sovereign power to control its residents as to their activities or arrangements occurring or taking place external to its borders (and frankly have no justifiable business seeking the business or sales records of foreign entities that its residents or visitors are party to)—e.g., imagine the utter lunacy of establishing a “vacation tax” upon residents that seek their fun and relaxation out of state. 1. This also pertains to establishing treaties, alliances, and entering into agreements or compacts with other states. 2. While, true concerning what are imports and exports, it is indicative that states are not to meddle in the affairs of foreign entities, including other states. 3. This is even further substantiated by the restriction on states from laying tonnage duties for the use of state operated ports.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Today, 12:24 AM
    I completely agree with you. It’s one more thing that reinforces my gut feeling that his entire presidency is an act. Controlled opposition. What crazy, crazy times we're living in, huh?
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  • Root's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    They are gonna lose.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    If she was a vegetarian (as opposed to vegan) then it was probably the dairy that kept her overweight. Either that or junk food, but certainly not healthy, plant-based whole foods.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:07 PM
    So you were personally involved in each of those studies? Don't make me laugh. It looks like you didn't even read them. You are by far the biggest cheerleader for the keto trend out of anyone I have ever encountered in my life. You're free to eat what you want, but the reality that you don't want to accept is that keto is horrible in the long run. It may give you short-term results, but get back to me 20 years from now, when your clogged arteries cause you to have a heart attack or stroke. As for diabetes, like I said to HB, nobody claimed it directly caused diabetes, but that it increased the risk. Deny, deny, deny all you want, but you'll see eventually. Mark my words. No need to eat corpses or the pus-filled secretions of exploited animals.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:39 PM
    Simply stating that doesn't make it true. Inflammation is a factor in insulin resistance (even Paleo doctors will tell you that) and inflammation is linked to acidic foods. So yes, acidity is indeed a factor when it comes to insulin resistance. At least with type 2 diabetes. As for fruit, many people assume that certain fruits are acidic (simply because they are sour / citrusy) when in fact they are actually the opposite. As you can see from this excerpt below: "A diet rich in animal protein may favor net acid intake, while most fruits and vegetables form alkaline precursors that neutralize the acidity," wrote Dr. Guy Fagherazzi and Dr. Francoise Clavel-Chapelon, of the Center for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health at INSERM, in Paris. "Contrary to what is generally believed, most fruits -- such as peaches, apples, pears, bananas and even lemons and oranges -- actually reduce dietary acid load once the body has processed them.” Although some fruits are more acidic than others, it is silly and wrong to demonize a God-given food while at the same time ignoring that the foods well known to be acidic are animal products, such as meat and dairy.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:35 PM
    lol. Your scenario has nothing to do with the studies. I will take the word of numerous doctors and researchers who have conducted long-term studies, over the word of a guy on the Internet who is clearly the biggest fan of Keto to ever walk the face of the earth. :p
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    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
    Another one for you. This was a study done in China. Meat consumption is associated with risk for developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Researchers followed the diets and disease risk of 63,257 participants from the Singapore Chinese Health Study and found that those who consumed the most red meat (e.g., pork, beef, lamb), poultry, and fish had an increased risk for type 2 diabetes by 23, 15, and 7 percent, respectively, compared with those who consumed the least. In a separate analysis, the authors found that as heme iron increased, so did the risk for diabetes. Other studies have published similar findings, including the Adventist Health Study-2, which showed that as more animal products, such as red meat and fish, are included in the diet, increase for diabetes risk follows.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:16 PM
    That wasn't the claim. At least from what I heard. The claim was that there was an increased risk of diabetes, as the level of animal products increases. And I've heard that before, from a number of sources. Here is a study: "Meat consumption is consistently associated with diabetes risk." Here's something else to look at: And this: An excerpt:
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    Yesterday, 11:40 AM
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  • Root's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:56 AM
    I've been doing this for about 2 months, my wife has been doing keto, since the beginning of the year. At first, I had a hard time hitting my macro's without using a food logging app. Once I figured the proportions out, I stopped logging foods. I've lost about 10 pounds since I've started, but most of that has been in the past three weeks since I cut back on how much cheese I was eating. I've had to cut my hypertension medicine dosage in half, because my BP has dropped and with the full dose, I was getting some crazy low numbers, especially if I exercised that day. Speaking of exercising... Be sure to consume enough calories before you exercise. I "bonked out" on a 25 mile bike ride last week and everything after mile 19 was pretty miserable. Also, my sex drive seems to be improved. Maybe that's a side effect of less medication.
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    Yesterday, 07:23 AM
    Under the misconstrued theories of modern SJWs his works are worthy of censorship for inciting violence and hatred; and by the standards of the modern "blue line" are worthy of censorship due to suspicion of treason and espionage.
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    Yesterday, 07:05 AM
    What is a "twitter", is it like a thing for people that act like twits?
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    Yesterday, 02:00 AM
    To me this is an epic failure in logic, noting the following points and concerns: 1. If I physically visit another state or made arrangements through a third-party to make a specified purchase in another state for me and then mail it to me, I would not be taxable for that purchase within my present state of residence; ergo, when I make such a purchase as a matter of personal convenience in other states or countries (foreign transactions), by Internet, mail, telephone, drone, etc., my intent is the same and I should not be financially or criminally punished for simply taking advantage of technological advancements. 2. Such a method of state-to-state sales taxation is a creeping violation of our U.S. Constitution, A.I,S.10. 3. States are fraudulently attributing their decreased revenues to out of state sales as being the primary cause (i.e., there is no way to accurately track this data, unless the companies in question are themselves covertly volunteering it to the government and with considerable detail.) 4. All brick and mortars have their own Internet presence as well, if they are unwilling to compete with sites such as Amazon, Overstock, Newegg, or Ebay then that is their shortsighted strategic failure and they will continue failing.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    06-21-2018, 01:06 PM
    That little girl is famous now... she's all over the place. I wonder if someone had to sign a model release form to use her image.
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    06-21-2018, 06:54 AM
    Bollocks... Stop reading CNN, CBS, etc., idiots.
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    06-21-2018, 04:34 AM
    Looks like I’ll be skiing in Canada this winter!!
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-21-2018, 02:03 AM
    ...Or strongly painted pictures, because those always work!
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    06-20-2018, 09:26 PM
    Hanoi Jane? That family has some history.
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    06-20-2018, 07:47 PM
    He's cuckoo for cocoa puffs. But it's not just him, seems like everyone is going off the deep end. It just goes to show how easily people are manipulated and riled up by the MSM.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    06-19-2018, 08:55 PM
    Another cultural Marxist catchphrase that promotes an "us against them" mindset (between all the left-wing "oppressed" groups versus anyone who doesn't agree with them.)
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  • Root's Avatar
    06-18-2018, 08:23 PM
    Yup he’s Ron Paul on steroids alright. Expanding government ever expanding.
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    06-18-2018, 02:55 PM
    The "prison" striped shocks are a giveaway.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    06-17-2018, 09:51 PM
    This is interesting. From an article on Also, troubling is the fact that the STAR tabloid that first hyped and then allegedly conducted, the flawed "test" was owned by Robert Altman – a close friend, a college classmate, political supporter, major donor and federal appointee of Bill Clinton. The Editor later admitted that no sample of DNA was ever obtained from Bill Clinton and that the incomplete DNA test included in the Starr Report had been used to compare with a sample obtained by Danney Williams. The Editor Phil Bunton would also later admit he had not seen written test results.
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Ron needs to quit playing defense and go on offense. It's not enough to say "the Soviet Union was worse than Iran." If he could point out the following documented facts it would shut the naysayer up for good or at least make them back-peddle.

1) In 2003 Iran was the only Muslim country to help us fight and remove the Taliban from power.

See: Jane's Defense Weekly India joins anti-Taliban coalition. "India is believed to have joined Russia, the USA

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This parody is an attempt to "rewrite" the bill of rights in keeping with the current application by our criminal government. Original text will be in italics followed by a list of possible options.

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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government

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I ran across this information by accident (providence?) while looking for something else. The first link is an essay from Jude Wanniski who went with fed governor Wayne Angell to Moscow right after the collapse of the soviet union. Note that Angell advocated the new Russia to go to a gold backed currency! The second link is an online Google book from the Mises institute that talks about the same essay. I've excerpted the essay bellow. (It's too long to post directly). It's interesting to note

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