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It's not about animal rights, it's about human 'rights'. Animal rights do not matter, because it's not animals who will fight back against oppression.

It's your fault that the number of wild-life is limited, because you have destroyed the forests to build your cities. Now that you've destroyed the forests, you want to prevent people from living off of the small amount that remains. People hunting for food are not responsible for the small number of wildlife, it's people who do not hunt for food who are responsible. The people who wiped the buffalo to starve the native Americans; the people who hunted for fun; to make the wild 'civilized'; and to sell parts of animals. They did this because they do not need the wild animals to survive. These are the people who should be killed.

Don't kill the poachers, kill the people who destroyed the forests and live in the cities where the animals could be living. Tyler, if you weren't living in your house some animals could be living there, therefore you should be killed.

Off Topic / Re: Drugs and alcohol
« on: August 20, 2011, 07:19:56 pm »
I feel the same way - I want to be in control of myself, able to switch on at any time and respond to crisis or whatever.

For his part in decrying social media, Cameron was praised by none other than Communist China, which habitually censors the Internet to hide political corruption or prevent legitimate protesters from receiving media attention. The Communist state routinely uses such powers, which Senator Joe Lieberman has called to be introduced in the United States, to cover up atrocities and abuses against its own citizens.

Twitter, Facebook and Youtube are all banned in China and even sanitized government approved versions of these websites are now being shut down for long periods of time so that they can “remove all politically sensitive content under orders from Chinese internet authorities”.

Exercise / Bodybuilding / Re: Today's workout?
« on: August 20, 2011, 09:07:43 am »
Man seriously all the work you put in is not showing progression im afraid your just spinning your wheels   -\

Why does he need to progress? Maybe working out makes him feel good, keeps him healthy, and allows him to progress in other areas of his life.

QuietBear said...
What an incredibly cool thing these folks did...

It would be interesting to know why those deer were in the water in the first place...

Animals are known to exhibit strange behavior shortly before large geological events...

And again, I would like to applaud the efforts taken in helping Life, continue its eternal circle...
August 18, 2011 1:34 AM

=O Apocalypse coming? Or maybe they saw Samara..?
Dumb people commenting... They either want to save the deer or kill them.. It should be a balance of both!

Journals / Re: PaleoPhil's Journal
« on: August 18, 2011, 07:01:14 am »
There are berries that grow wild here. They're lots of little black balls each containing a seed, and they're all clumped together, like a raspberry but black. When they're ripe they're very nice, much better than any berries from shops. You have to get them when they're ripe though - when they're big, soft and come off the stalk very easily. You should also chew lightly so as not to break the seed, and swallow it all down. These don't ripen until September some time, though I've come across a small number which have been ripe already.

Health / Re: Bone and Joint Popping Addiction
« on: August 17, 2011, 08:46:15 pm »
I've only ever seen weak people popping their joints. Even if they were fatty or muscular they were always weak, like with weak joints/inflammation, or were vegetarian etc..

Off Topic / Re: Population Debate Thread
« on: August 16, 2011, 04:28:13 am »
I disagree with most of that. I wish I could give my real opinion but would be kicked off this site.

I would tie myself to the ip address in your defence, whether I agreed or not.

Wow it looks good! So red! The lamb I have experience of is a much lighter colour.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Deer Eats BIRD! Video!
« on: August 14, 2011, 06:17:04 am »
The comments on that video are so dumb...

Off Topic / Re: Quote of the Day(inspired by SD's post)
« on: August 14, 2011, 06:10:52 am »
"The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt
should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered
and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed,
lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work instead
of living on public assistance."

      - Cicero , 55 BC


Journals / Re: Magnetic's Journal
« on: August 13, 2011, 07:25:49 pm »

Femur is short and wide, tibia/fibula is long and narrow.

Maybe this is why the marrow is different. The femur marrow has more recently changed from red-yellow it would appear.

Journals / Re: Magnetic's Journal
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:43:20 am »
The long thin bone has the moist marrow and the short wide bone has the dry marrow. I prefer the dry marrow.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Deer Eats BIRD! Video!
« on: August 13, 2011, 10:42:19 am »
In my SAS survival guide it says to bait deer with offal.

I didn't listen to the interview either - just read some blurb. Of course, money's only worth what you do with it and it sounds like you used it well for yourself. I almost didn't post the message, but I couldn't let that gem of a pun go unseen =D

Journals / Re: Magnetic's Journal
« on: August 12, 2011, 10:50:54 pm »
Tap-water, and even the mineral water from the stores that I used to buy, does not hydrate me alone. I feel like I also need to eat some fruit or veg, even though I'm just thirsty and not hungry - I dislike this.

However, when I was drinking from lakes and rivers for 2-3 months I did not have this problem... It was brilliant, I just drank as much as I felt like, until I was no longer thirsty. It would hydrate me and I would not feel thirsty any more for a long time.

Tap water on the other hand tastes horrible and does not hydrate me unless I also eat some vegetation, and often makes me feel even more thirsty than I did beforehand - causing pain to my throat, headache etc... It feels like it causes problems with my digestion of food as well.

After I eat meat, I get thirsty 30mins-1hr afterwards... Here I have to drink some water and eat some veg(which messes up the digestion of the meat), if I were to just drink water I would feel I needed to keep on drinking, and would feel more thirsty the more I drank - but drinking from lakes/rivers I just drank as much as I felt like and felt perfectly hydrated.

I have been seeing an Egoscue Method practitioner for a little over a month now. The improvement has been fast and wholesome. I have come from a serious chronic limp and waking with pain several times a night to NO limp and sleeping soundly and comfortably all night.

Did you start seeing this craptitioner at the same time as you started eating rpd?

It's not poverty, it's abandonment. No one has any respect for these young men, no one values them, no one wants them, they are seen as a nuisance and left to rot with nothing to look forward to, no purpose or prospects of improvement. They need to be given a purpose, something that society will value and respect them for. I hope they do not stop fighting until they are heard.

I do not envy you, but it will pass.

Hopefully not before something has changed. There is a reason why this is happening, and the riots must continue until it is addressed properly.

This is no country for young men. The country doesn't have anything for them, the country doesn't like them and wants everyone to be a degenerate sissy, that's why they're angry and don't care about the country, because it doesn't care about them. The spark that ignited the action was a police murder. They need to get rid of machines on farms and let all young men work them instead, and get some wilderness like the USA for them to hunt and stuff.

Off Topic / Re: Ants
« on: August 10, 2011, 12:35:08 am »
Well I had nothing better to do so I was eating them for quite some time. They bite and hold on to anything that goes near their nest - My hand, a stick, my feet etc.. I didn't get much from them but it was something.

They have some sort of acid or something, and my SAS guide said to cook them to neutralise it(the guide says to eat termites(and most other things) raw, on the other hand), but it(the acid) just tasted like vinegar to me and I thought it would be too much effort to collect them all together for cooking anyway.

I got the eggs with a technique I'd seen on a Ray Mears show, but didn't get many anyway.

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