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post #136 of 561
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Marc, I really am curious.  You claim that there is empirical evidence to substantiate your claims, and yet you have yet to rebutt the website information put forward by T4phage.
Website info is really CHEAP. l did all my research the hard way.l have heard all these common arguements many times before. They have no validity.. Come on, challenge me guys. You are making me laugh at the moment, your arguements are very primative and simple.
post #137 of 561
gee, ol' son. My 3 year old daughter makes better. Come on. I bet you are not older than 16. I take bets.
post #138 of 561
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gee, ol' son. My 3 year old daughter makes better. Come on. I bet you are not older than 16. I take bets.
You would lose. l am much older than 16. You are not a very nice person. lf you can't add anything to MY topic, PISS OFF. l have no time for moronic numbskulls. l am so dissappointed in you son. l always thought you were capable of alot better until these last few days. BTW: what made you think l was 16 yaers old?
post #139 of 561
Thirsty? Your picture on AA. I give you 16-17.
post #140 of 561
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Thirsty? Your picture on AA. I give you 16-17.
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post #141 of 561
"To get deeper into the Woo Woo" Here is another, funnier site regarding a wheatgrass diet: Skeptico's Blog I love this line: "So it's official. For all the good this stuff does, you might as well stick it up your a**." Now I understand your enema fondess Marc.
post #142 of 561
you guys are silly. i line my tinfoil cap with the sludge leftover from making wheatgrass juice - and i tell you, it works wonders. not only does it induce a sense of cosmic serenity (the tinfoil by itself only shuts out the mind control waves), but also it energizes my scalp and fosters new hair growth. also it feels sexy.
post #143 of 561
Hey Marc, did you hear that the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary? No joke -- I heard Anne Wigmore removed it.
post #144 of 561
Hilarious thread, great break from Board studying. Marc, Here's a reading suggestion... http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi
post #145 of 561
Marc, Doesn't your regular tipple give you "piss-breath"? Just curious.
post #146 of 561
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(marc37 @ May 26 2005,12:48)
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,May 26 2005,09:31
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Originally Posted by marc37,May 26 2005,12:23
T4phage is my good m8. Eventhough he is a cheeky rascal. lmagewise = borring. (like watching grass grow really). From: the shooman.
Thanks for proving my point; you may go now. Jon.
l'll go when l'm good and ready. l don't listen to niaeve 23 year old kids. Stop spoiling this topic SON. Be on your way. From: Ronny.
I'm intrigued: A) Why according to your opinion am I naïve? B) Who is Ronny? Jon.
Marc (or is it Ronny?), I'm still waiting to a response to my 2 questions...think you can answer them ol' son? Jon.
post #147 of 561
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(marc37 @ May 27 2005,07:07)
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Originally Posted by LA Guy,May 26 2005,11:20
Marc, I really am curious.  You claim that there is empirical evidence to substantiate your claims, and yet you have yet to rebutt the website information put forward by T4phage.
Website info is really CHEAP. l did all my research the hard way.l have heard all these common arguements many times before. They have no validity.. Come on, challenge me guys. You are making me laugh at the moment, your arguements are very primative and simple.
you've gotta be kidding.  All you do is offer conclusory statements full of misspellings.
CT Guy: You have to understand where l am coming from. l offer conclusory statements because l have lots of experience fixing disease. l have worked with many cancer patients and l have had wonderful results. l have proved myself. (l will admit that arthritis takes longer to fix). l talk authoritatively because l know what l'm talking about, simple as that. Believe me or not, l don't care. l have done much good in helping ailing human bodies overcome health issues. l am not just a guy that reads books and reports on what he has read. The books just back up what l have discovered anyway.
post #148 of 561
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"To get deeper into the Woo Woo" Here is another, funnier site regarding a wheatgrass diet: Skeptico's Blog I love this line: "So it's official. For all the good this stuff does, you might as well stick it up your a**."  Now I understand your enema fondess Marc.  
To my old m8 T4phage: l [once again] have heard all these arguements before. Congratulations in actually making an effort to do abit of research. lt is the start of learning the truth. l welcome you issues that you bring up, you are clearly a thinking intelligent man. Well done. l used to have doubts about chlorophyll being very absorbable. The facts are that wheatgrass is 60% crude chloropyll yet is has amazing results in helping sick people regain their health. Why is that??? That's the whole point. Science might say that chloropyll is poorly absorbed, but how do they know. Wheatgrass juice is having a powerful affect on alot of sick people. l think the human body absorbs more than once thought. Anne Wigmores writings on the human bloodstream and chloropyll are amazing. As for food not having digestive enzymes. WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH. Foods like wheatgrass and fermented wheat sprout water has done much to help people who have poor digestion problems. Scientific research has shown foods like alfalfa etc to have all the 8 digestive enzymes intact. T4phage: the more l read your research article, the more l disrepect the source. THEY HAVE NOT DONE THEIR RESEARCH...
post #149 of 561
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Marc, Doesn't your regular tipple give you "piss-breath"? Just curious.
Drinking my piss doesn't give me piss breath. My girl hasn't complained anyway. l must admit, she wasn't too keen about me when she first found out that l was drinking my piss but she is aware of the amazing research and experimentation l have done. l am abit of a legend is this part of the world. l am in the process of writing books but my daytime job and health consultations doesn't allow time me to finish them. One of my books is on the dangers of cooked food. lmagewise: stop wasting my time. This topic is in existance solely to educate my fellow man about health. Who cares who Ronny is, who cares if you are niave. Please: l welcome all the intelligent questions. Don't just write me off as a nut, l have acheived alot of amazing results through my health consultations. l have been offered consultancy jobs through large health food companies, unfortunately they won't pay me enough. l also advise health food companies on how to package their foods.
post #150 of 561
Marc, 1) Could you please define "enzyme" for me? A gross description of the major digestive enzymes might also be enlightening (entertaining). 2) I noticed you included the 20 essentially amino acids in your recommended health guide. Could you please inform us why these amino acids are important? What happens if we are deficient in one of these amino acids? Oh, let's pick, a deficiency in tyrosine metabolism. 3) How do you calculate the vitamin content in your urine? You must have very different kidneys than the rest of us.
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