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  • in reply to: couseling for ppl w/ no insurance ? #554106

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    thanks for the replys!
    I’m going to check out the links now

    in reply to: Post a Funny Photo / GIF / Video / Etc #229285

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    I’ll be wearing this at the next CU happy hour, so if you see me, plz feel free to intro yourself, I’ll be signing autographs FOR FREE. [email protected]

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439508

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    Your sarcasm is so sarcastic omg lolzzzz

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439506

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    I’m not sure how calling me a ‘slut’ is at all relevant to this topic, but one thing thing is obvious

    My sincerest apologies for my misspellings of Twitter Tourettes and Crohns Disease, I’m sofa king we tod did :(

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439504

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    I’m not sure how sexual conduct came into play here, and since we’ve never met IRL I’m curious as to how you drew these conclusions that I’m a ‘slut’…hmmmm very strange

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439501

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    Snarf wrote >>

    short pants wrote >>

    JimL2 wrote >>

    short pants wrote >>
    Without doing any research or rattling off numbers, I can safely bet that those carbs are consumed in sugary foods and ESPECIALLY sugary drinks

    This is the definitive Shortpants quote. A dumb statement wrapped in a memo saying he’s too lazy to check whether or not he’s correct.

    I know common sense ain’t too common these days, but come on dude, the answer is obvious…if carbs not fat are causing health problems in Americans, and we drink soda like it’s nobody’s business, what more scientific evidence do you need???? :rolleyes:
    I’m not gonna go google and wiki a bunch of crap with argue with you about.
    and you’re the dumb one, if you couldn’t tell by my avatar, I’m not a dude.

    you sound highly intelligent.

    You are correct Snarf, I am highly intelligent. Thank you for pointing out the obvious.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439497

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    JimL2 wrote >>

    short pants wrote >>
    Without doing any research or rattling off numbers, I can safely bet that those carbs are consumed in sugary foods and ESPECIALLY sugary drinks

    This is the definitive Shortpants quote. A dumb statement wrapped in a memo saying he’s too lazy to check whether or not he’s correct.

    I know common sense ain’t too common these days, but come on dude, the answer is obvious…if carbs not fat are causing health problems in Americans, and we drink soda like it’s nobody’s business, what more scientific evidence do you need???? :rolleyes: if anything, you can attempt to prove me wrong by researching facts stating the opposite-that eating carbs in the form of whole grains, not sugary drinks, is to blame for Americans health & weight issues. See how dumb that sounds?
    I’m not gonna go google and wiki a bunch of crap to argue with you about.
    and you’re the dumb one, if you couldn’t tell by my avatar, I’m not a dude.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439493

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    Andrew Hall wrote >>

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    I was hospitalized for Crones Disease a few years back..

    I thought throwing into a pond was the treatment for Crones Disease.
    A.

    No Andrew Hall, you are incorrect AGAIN.
    Pond throwing is actually the preferred treatment for “Twitter Turrets” syndrome. You should hurry up and get treated before you go spouting off at the mouth again, you little e-thug, you :)

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439490

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    I eat everything in moderation, which is why I don’t have health or weight issues.
    Just b/c I happen to love bacon does not in any way imply that I shove piles of bacon into my face for breakfast, lunch & dinner.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439488

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    AmyArt21 wrote >>
    Does Crone‘s Disease turn you in to a witch-like old woman?! :)

    I would imagine it doesn’t b/c I’m young and cute…I’ll send you some pics if you’re interested ;)

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439487

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    0Angle wrote >>

    Cookie wrote >>
    Maybe Short Pants and Red Sun Rising can have a contest to decide who cares more about what other people eat.

    Don’t neglect those that want to force feed everybody (gluten free, maybe) sweet, sweet bacon! Human GRAS! Whoops! I guess you’d have to actually force feed them gluten…
    http://www.heartscanblog.org/2010/09/human-foie-gras.html</

    if bacon ever gets blacklisted, ima find the person that wrote the anti bacon diet book that caused the hypothetical fad diet and I’m offing them with no remorse.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439485

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    sixby9is42 wrote >>

    rus wrote >>
    On the other hand, carbs suck:
    http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-carbs-20101220,0,5893431,full.story

    “A growing number of top nutritional scientists blame excessive carbohydrates — not fat — for America’s ills.
    Americans, on average, eat 250 to 300 grams of carbs a day, accounting for about 55% of their caloric intake. The most conservative recommendations say they should eat half that amount.”

    Without doing any research or rattling off numbers, I can safely bet that those carbs are consumed in sugary foods and ESPECIALLY sugary drinks (read: SODAS and alcohol) or junk food of some sort. If we were consuming excessive carbs in the form of whole grains the only problem we would have is the toilet paper industry would collapse on itself b/c everybody’s poo would be making a ‘clean get away’ lollllllll
    not serious thread is not too serious.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439481

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    Humans have been eating bread/wheat since we quit dragging our knuckles on the ground, that was a pretty long time ago, (I can research an exact date for you, Andrew Hall)
    and now suddenly gluten has been blacklisted as the communist ingredient in our diet causing all kinds of mysterious undiagnosed medical issues.
    I was hospitalized for Crones Disease a few years back. They didn’t tell me to go gluten-free. I reduced my stress levels and the problem went away on it’s own. I’m simply pointing out that people always want something to blame for their problems without thinking too hard and considering the larger picture.
    I could care less what you put in your body, but when I see you eating a cheeseburger with no bun I’m going to point and laugh at you, because if you’re doing it for dietary reasons (other than being a celiac), you’re doing it wrong.

    in reply to: This is my gluten-free rant. #439477

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    Andrew Hall wrote >>
    1% of the US population equals ~ 3 million people. That is a non-small market.
    Gluten-free is not the same as non-carb (Atkins), so the comparison above shows a pretty poor understanding.
    A.

    Thats not my point. It’s a FAD diet and is similar to Atkins because nobody wants to eat bread or pasta again, but this time it’s b/c of the gluten, not the carbs. From what I read, it was said that there are about 40,000-110,000 people who are physician-diagnosed celiacs. I said LESS than 1% in my original post, that’s poor reading comprehension Andrew Hall

    in reply to: I LOVE BACON. #123474

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    rus wrote >>

    This made me squeal with delight
    :-D
    Lol

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