[Homestead] Diet works as good or better than statins

Lynda lurine at softcom.net
Thu Feb 17 20:25:50 EST 2005


Nah, James, your problem, or at least one of them, is due to the Round Up
fumes you insist aren't harmful or maybe you're making your martinis from
them?

So, James, how come your kids aren't going to public school?  I mean, you do
rant, rave and harp on about "one-size-fits-all" with everything else on
earth so logically then public schooling should fit all.

Lynda

----- Original Message -----
From: <Clansgian at wmconnect.com>
>
> Gasp and for shame, TVO!   This implies that a person's high cholesterol
(or
> low) is due to what they DO!!    Man, it's a good thing you aren't on a
> certain other list.  They'd be sending the goons to burn down your house
by now.
> Don't you know that there is no such thing as a physical problem that is
due to
> one's behavior?  Why, it's like you're saying that it's their own fault!
> What's next?  Are you going to suggest that people's obesity is due to
their
> behavior!?  Time to quash this in the bud!  Left unchallenged you might
even one
> day imagine that people's financial, marital, and other problems have
something
> to do with their choices.
>
> That's it.  Let me look here in the card file for instructions from list
> headquarters.  Since you forward this utter drivel about a physical
condition
> being due to the choices one has made (and can be corrected by different
choices),
> I have no choice but to start secretly emailing everyone that you have a
> criminal background, are a Satan worshipper, eh ..... tear the tags off
matresses,
>  .... un .... don't return borrowed tools ..... and, let's see ...... try
to
> go through the express line with more than 12 items.  Ah, and this ....
you
> secretly prefer beer to poteen.
>
> Geesh, I just can't get over it.  And don't bother rebutting anything I've
> said, it's all due to the pills I have to take and not my own fault at
all.
>
> James
>
>
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