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When Did Milk Become Bad for You?

WhateverHappened Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:38 AM
... pavement and BROKE HER WRIST. My sister gave up milk as a young child because she just didn't like the taste. She is also a big coffee drinker. The dopes who try to tell us that milk does not help keep bones strong are lying. I don't understand why they get away with it. Search on the web for "Weston A. Price" and "letter to his nieces and nephews". Find out what he said to feed kids. Check out what he said about butterfat.
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When Did Milk Become Bad for You?

WhateverHappened Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:32 AM
I could bend your ear for an hour about the good things that happened when we switched from 2% milk to whole milk. Rather than tell my age, I will just say that I have peers who are retiring. I have been a milk drinker my entire life. A couple of years ago I stumbled over uneven pavement and fell onto one knee on a concrete driveway. Nothing broke. I walked away. About a year and a half ago I was walking with my kid and friends at night, and I tripped over uneven pavement and twisted my ankle badly. No bones were broken. Several years ago my kid was out bike riding and had a close encounter with a BMW. No bones were broken. In contrast, my sister (14 months older than I) was out walking her dogs at twilight and fell due to missing ...
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TSA: Carcinogenic Petting Zoo

WhateverHappened Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:10 AM
Been drinking the kool-aid much?
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TSA: Carcinogenic Petting Zoo

WhateverHappened Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:08 AM
Oh, yeah, and that big hotel had a bathroom sink that wouldn't drain when we got there. They also didn't have enough towels for us. It's a good thing I brought my own hair dryer and extra towels.
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TSA: Carcinogenic Petting Zoo

WhateverHappened Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 10:07 AM
I totally agree! Add to that list giving my business to locally-owned bed-and-breakfasts along the way. I like doing business with lodging places that REALLY want your business. Big hotel staff always seem like they wish they were someplace else. The last big hotel I stayed in didn't have a hair dryer in the bathroom, or a fridge. What's up with that? B&B owners are proud of their places and their cooking and try to make sure everything works and you everything you need for a pleasant stay.
It is becoming clear to me that the media and the anti-Christian politicians and bureaucrats are in cahoots, whether they acknowledge it or not. They both have the same motivation: The more strife and conflict there is, the busier they are, and the more money they make. So remember, boys and girls, just because the media keep beating you over the head with their pressure to practice immorality, that doesn't mean they have to be obeyed. Try not to be one of those who profits from the poor choices of others.
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