Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Harvey is bringing a point of view to this discussion that is distorted by dubious notions.
My notions are anything but dubious, good sir.
I don't mean your notions are dubious in general, just in this specific context. (Science has shown conclusively that cheese is a "false nutriment.")
You hate cheese?
You cannot be serious....
That's a crime against good taste..
I don't think I ever notioned that cheese is nutritious. Rather, it tastes good. And by good I mean like centaur-unicorns and teddy bears with top hats good.
I had sausage gravy over a biscuit with a poached egg with hollandaise sauce this morning. With a side of grits.
I wasn't hungry for six hours afterwards.
eggs is chicken menstruation. so yalls know.
Stick to bullshit artistry philosophy mein kumpel, science doesn't seem to be your forte.
It looks like you haven't been keeping up with the most recent journals, Fang66. Scientists have recently performed experiments in a laboratory setting and have discovered a clear distinction between what they have labeled "nutriments of truth" and "false nutriments." (I don't know why they used different constructions for the two labels.) Cheese was definitively shown to be a false nutriment.
Is it wrong that makes me like eggs even more?
False dichotomy. I expected better from you, professor.
I am just reporting on the findings of science, not standing in judgment of them.
Are you a Moonie?
No racial slurs, please.
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