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post #78676 of 115789
My grandpa gave me a little when i was a wee kid but I dont really remember it well haha. You can get a headache from too much nicotine at once and they do use a full tobacco leaf so maybe that did it?

Also, I am happy I just don't smile for photos. Only real life biggrin.gif
post #78677 of 115789
Nice fits on this page.

Sorry, Moo, but just looking at that burger made me shart.
post #78678 of 115789
Moo, these SFers are soft. That burger looks awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Plus only old men and babies die from e.coli/salmonella. When I little I visited pakistan and I had one of the street vendor burgers. One day of bad diarrhea but I was fine the next day. I ain't no wuss. And I had more the next day. Was fine.

And if its got prion disease, cooking wont make a difference. Unless you cook it to ashes. Literal ashes.
post #78679 of 115789
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Moo, these SFers are soft. That burger looks awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Plus only old men and babies die from e.coli/salmonella. When I little I visited pakistan and I had one of the street vendor burgers. One day of bad diarrhea but I was fine the next day. I ain't no wuss. And I had more the next day. Was fine.
And if its got prion disease, cooking wont make a difference. Unless you cook it to ashes. Literal ashes.

and you want to be a doctor?
post #78680 of 115789
Surgeon. I just cut things. smile.gif

I mean i don't know if you eat runny eggs but that leaves you exposed to salmonella. And chances are you do that everyday as opposed to a burger like moos which might just be a rare indulgence (see what i did there wink.gif

Or atleast I hope its not daily...
post #78681 of 115789
Go ahead, eat that disease infested food, you pussies!
post #78682 of 115789
Actually most ground beef carries e.coli. Considering there are strains that can kill you within a few hours of ingesting, I will pass on that shit. Benesyed, did you not learn about this shit in any Biology classes? Crazy you can become a surgeon and not know this basic stuff, I learned this shit in high school human bio.
post #78683 of 115789
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Stop eating dog food quality ground beef?


It doesn't necessarily have much to do with the meat quality or cut. Ground beef is inherently more likely to be carrying more bacteria due to a) it's much higher surface area b) the fact that it has to be processed in machines to be ground up.

A little bit of pinkness in a pattie is fine. I wouldn't go rare with it though, that's just asking for trouble.
post #78684 of 115789
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Sorry, can't trust the food opinions of someone who can't handle a little heat. Cafe Pasqual may have an amazing breakfast, but if you're missing an entire genre of food flavors from your regular diet, how could you possibly be able to determine that?

I just don't like to be in pain while I eat.
post #78685 of 115789
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Originally Posted by airblaster503 View Post

Actually most ground beef carries e.coli. Considering there are strains that can kill you within a few hours of ingesting, I will pass on that shit. Benesyed, did you not learn about this shit in any Biology classes? Crazy you can become a surgeon and not know this basic stuff, I learned this shit in high school human bio.

pretty sure he's not even out of undergrad
post #78686 of 115789
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/17265852/

So when you say most you mean 10%. People die from e chili because they live in areas with poor access to care. If you loiter here you probably aren't in much danger. Go read the fda risk assessment. Most people exposed to the deadly h7 strain are asymptomatic. Like 18 people got it the year they did it.

Also, Teger, that is rude. Second year medical student. Biology major. We don't have to be mean even if we disagree smile.gif
post #78687 of 115789
You guys. Lol.
post #78688 of 115789
The only reason I am worked up is that people seem to sensationalize EVERYTHING these days. 18 people get sick in an outbreak. Out of the hundreds or thousands that were completely fine.

Like swine flu. Its mortality rate was comparable to the regular flu. Of the 50 cases that had it, only 2 of 6 deaths were healthy people. The rest were preggo, or had leukemia, or Hodgkin lymphoma.

My point is your ground beef will not likely make u you sick. You probably wont even get that sick if you do. And if you do get really sick, you wont die and will recover. Unless you are really old, or a kid.

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post #78689 of 115789
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Like swine flu. Its mortality rate was comprable to the regular flu. Of the 50 cases that had it, only 2 of 6 deaths were healthy people. The rest were preggo, or had leukemia, or hidgkins lymphoma.

well, i would say the real fear from swine flu, at least among educated people, was not what the risk h5n1 posed to the public, but what it represented in terms of the spread of novel flu strains and our inability to deal with them in a timely manner.
post #78690 of 115789
Not sure if you meant that educated bit as a jab at me. And yes I agree that it was, at a population level, a risk. But at the individual level especially for a healthy person. Not that scary. Spread of novel flue and preparedness, definitely.

Also I am now done polluting WAYWT with non clothing comments smile.gif
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