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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post


    Bronto-burgers.
    It looks more like people burgers
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    Quote Originally Posted by papabrett View Post
    It looks more like people burgers
    Well, we know why cannibals refuse to eat comedians - cause they taste funny.

    And, cannibals won't eat pentecostals cause they keep throwing their hands up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farm Truck View Post
    Well, we know why cannibals refuse to eat comedians - cause they taste funny.

    And, cannibals won't eat pentecostals cause they keep throwing their hands up.
    And they won't eat charismatics because the don't like tongue.

    Yes, I made that up on the fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    And they won't eat charismatics because the don't like tongue.

    Yes, I made that up on the fly.
    Hey, that's pretty good!

    I'm going to "borrow that" and put it in my collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    And they won't eat charismatics because the don't like tongue.

    Yes, I made that up on the fly.
    Maybe keep both feet firmly planted on the ground
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Tofu is evil and bad for your health
    Yes, that is unfortunately true. But apparently if we ferment it and eat it in small amounts (as the Japanese do) then it's okay.

    'Studies showing the dark side of soy date back 100 years,' says clinical nutritionist Kaayla Daniel, author of The Whole Soy Story (New Trends, 2005). 'The 1999 FDA-approved health claim pleased big business, despite massive evidence showing risks associated with soy, and against the protest of the FDA's own top scientists. Soy is a $4 billion [U.S.] industry that's taken these health claims to the bank.' Besides promoting heart health, the industry says, soy can alleviate symptoms associated with menopause, reduce the risk of certain cancers, and lower levels of LDL, the 'bad' cholesterol.

    Epidemiological studies have shown that Asians, particularly in Japan and China, have a lower incidence of breast and prostate cancer than people in the United States, and many of these studies credit a traditional diet that includes soy. But Asian diets include small amounts--about nine grams a day--of primarily fermented soy products, such as miso, natto, and tempeh, and some tofu. Fermenting soy creates health-promoting probiotics, the good bacteria our bodies need to maintain digestive and overall wellness. By contrast, in the United States, processed soy food snacks or shakes can contain over 20 grams of nonfermented soy protein in one serving. -- http://www.utne.com/science-and-tech...de-of-soy.aspx

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