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post #106 of 454
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Really? I was thinking "Trapped in the Closet"

Lawl the perpetually unfunny Mr. Frumpypants Righteous Indignation shows up to crap on another fine threak with his lame sense of "humor."

LAWLZ

says i
post #107 of 454
You don't think I'm funny? I'm honestly asking. It's hard to parse all the babytalk.
post #108 of 454
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You don't think I'm funny? I'm honestly asking. It's hard to parse all the babytalk.

No, I think you're sexy though. In a very Dick York kind of way. Or maybe Dick Sargent. Anyhow, in this scenario I am Elizabeth Montgomery.
post #109 of 454
I look more like Dustin Diamond.
post #110 of 454
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I look more like Dustin Diamond.

Well I look like Tiffani Amber Thiessen, so we just need a Mark-Paul Gosselaar (sp?) and a Mario Lopez.
post #111 of 454
Lopez has an absurdly high fee but we could probably get the real Zach
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Lopez has an absurdly high fee but we could probably get the real Zach
Grab a shovel and meet me by his plot. I'm in. EDIT: Wait, shit, he didn't die? I could have sworn he died a few years ago, and there was some story about it. Has the world gone crazy? Did he respawn? EDIT EDIT: Shit, I guess I fell for an internet hoax awhile back and never really bothered to fact check it or follow up on it. Evidently this says two things about me. The first is that I cared enough, at one point in my life, about Mark-Paul Gosselaar in order to remember the event of his (alleged) death. The second is that his career had fallen on such hard times, and he was so past his prime, that the circumstances of his "death" seemed plausible enough to take for granted.
post #113 of 454
Wouldnt a true paleo diet include things like field mice, crickets and grubs ?
post #114 of 454
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Grab a shovel and meet me by his plot. I'm in.

EDIT: Wait, shit, he didn't die? I could have sworn he died a few years ago, and there was some story about it. Has the world gone crazy? Did he respawn?

EDIT EDIT: Shit, I guess I fell for an internet hoax awhile back and never really bothered to fact check it or follow up on it. Evidently this says two things about me. The first is that I cared enough, at one point in my life, about Mark-Paul Gosselaar in order to remember the event of his (alleged) death. The second is that his career had fallen on such hard times, and he was so past his prime, that the circumstances of his "death" seemed plausible enough to take for granted.

Your awe-inspiring introspection almost makes me want to give up my career for a life of the mind.
post #115 of 454
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PALEO DIET
post #116 of 454
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
sorry to be specific, but can you site sources for this? my wife is an archeologist, and I've had this conversation quite a few times, I am not aware of sources that list that people ate (much) grains before agriculture.

The problem with that is explaining why develop agriculture?

If you think of the amount of work required to hand clear a field. Plant grains. Plus everything up to the harvest. Why would anybody do all that work without already eating grains?

It wasn't like they went to the local supermarket flirted with the cute sample girl. Tried the grains and thought this would be good.

It's no different then keeping animals. At some point somebody decided it was easier to keep animals then to hunt.


They weren't running corn fed cattle ranches so needed the grains for animal feed.
post #117 of 454
Please for to advise: I shall be crisping up some pork belly confit I made last weekend. Does the sous vide machine remove the paleo?
post #118 of 454
bahahaha

apparently michael eades of low carb diet fame came up with the sous vide supreme.

i wonder how much they made off of it. seems like its been doing very well
post #119 of 454
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Grab a shovel and meet me by his plot. I'm in.

EDIT: Wait, shit, he didn't die? I could have sworn he died a few years ago, and there was some story about it. Has the world gone crazy? Did he respawn?

EDIT EDIT: Shit, I guess I fell for an internet hoax awhile back and never really bothered to fact check it or follow up on it. Evidently this says two things about me. The first is that I cared enough, at one point in my life, about Mark-Paul Gosselaar in order to remember the event of his (alleged) death. The second is that his career had fallen on such hard times, and he was so past his prime, that the circumstances of his "death" seemed plausible enough to take for granted.

He has some tv show on TBS or USA with Breckin Meyer where they are wacky lawyers or something. I haven't seen it.
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bahahaha

apparently michael eades of low carb diet fame came up with the sous vide supreme.

i wonder how much they made off of it. seems like its been doing very well

Is he making one with a Paleo option? Please to advise.
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