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"poor" americans are rich compared to most of the rest of the world. i own seven cows, i would be a wealthy man in most countries yet i am poor by american standards. a lot of people i know drive a car worth more than everything i own. the point is almost anyone in murica can get meat. hey fast food even has organ meat in it. since we are carnivores meat plays an important role in our reproductive capabilities. some of the poorest, like me live healthier than some of the richest in th backass forwards culture. anybody can buy a gun and go shoot a deer or put a hook on a line and fill a bucket with catfish.

dollar a breast chicken thighs anyone?   

out east they been through wars and shit. not to mention were forced to develop sustainable agriculture methods to barely feed themselves in such high population rates. then long winded years of war came, people couldn't afford white flour, if wheat was available at all, lived off of millet and a handful of rice a day. had to hide a snake lest someone steal it or report it which would probably end in a quick execution to be added to the days mass burial. youknow like over her, we shit in a toilet of water. over there they coveted (and usually still do) human shit as a means of food production whether it goes into the garden or gets fed to pigs or shrimp.whole different ballgame across the pond and the caucus mountains or southof the panama canal. i mean isnt the statistic that eighty percent of the world eats insects and in america about ninety nine percent say ew?   

Omnivorous Raw Paleo Diet / Re: Are overripe fruits good for us?
« on: February 22, 2014, 10:33:41 am »
i like to go by taste. some stuff tastes better with age some worse. fizzy apple or pear cider is the only juice i enjoy in quantity. most fruit is not good until ripe, sometimes still good  after they go bad sometimes not. somewhat heretical opinion

they put essential nutrients in dog and cat food. i seem to remember that in potengers cats they were fed meat but not organs? muscle flesh alone does not provide all the nutrition required by dogs and cats. raw milk must provide these essential nutrients?

Off Topic / Re: Washing dishes - is soap needed?
« on: February 05, 2014, 06:16:57 am »
Wood is easier and nicer to cut on. Also easier to make your own with a chainsaw and a sander. Not sure how much chainsaw oil comes off into the wood though... Could you use lard instead of chainsaw oil in the chainsaw?

Off Topic / Re: Washing dishes - is soap needed?
« on: February 05, 2014, 04:17:48 am »
If you don't have warm water then soap doesn't work. My buddy uses dirt as a cleaning agent.

Personals / Re: I now virtually have my own farm
« on: February 01, 2014, 04:44:22 am »


Off Topic / Re: Ayurveda
« on: February 01, 2014, 04:41:09 am »
ha, just an observation I had. Iguana, airlines are a perfect example of how money and desire trumps science. Airlines are not solvent, they are subsidized by governments with tax payer dollars. Imagine if airlines were not subsidized and had to find ways to actually be profitable. Airplanes would probably be totally different in design.

Off Topic / Re: Whats the consensus on Edward Snowden
« on: January 20, 2014, 05:54:31 am »
note i said "in the spotlight" how much can you ask from one man? if i were him i probably would say no more because one it might endanger me further and two the media might try to use it to discredit me. what you are suggesting he should be saying is assuming he is an enlightened individual. i would warrant that he is not or was not that. he worked for the shadow factory after all. he probably believed in what he was doing, believed in counter terrorism, but being a righteous, inteligent and free willed man with morals and principals became disilusioned. the way he explained his actions speak that to me. i would not be so quick to judge. if we are  lucky some day we may know the real truth. it is good to give your life for a cause but in this day and age there are little standards. when you aren't there to defend yourself the media has no trouble villifying you all they want. i am happy he is alive. let the force be with you eddy snow

Off Topic / Re: Yippeee!! Mini-Ice Age on the way!!!!
« on: January 20, 2014, 02:54:33 am »
I always seem to be in an absolute minority in the belief that global warming is real, but not caused by pollution but rather agriculture. History seems to show us this fact, that almost all if not all deserts are man made constructs. It's just simple physics that green grass reflects heat waves while dead grass and bare earth absorb it. When you spread this over continents and continents (two thirds of the surface of the earth is near barren dry land and the majority of humid farm land is tilled) not only do you have a physical warming but also a large absence in c02 absorbing plants.

I just don't understand why this goes over everyone's heads and even when I explain it in basic English no one believes me. Not global warming believers or non believers. However this is just plain simple logic for anyone to observe with a scant level of knowledge of natural science and physics.

Off Topic / Re: Whats the consensus on Edward Snowden
« on: January 19, 2014, 12:42:03 pm »
greatest hero in the spotlight of our times. that he escaped prison, torture and murder is even more important as they were not able to crush his spirit. he instantly became a symbol of freedom and revolt against tyrany and gives hope to all individuals everywhere.

General Discussion / Re: How do YOU choose what meat you eat raw?
« on: January 19, 2014, 12:33:37 pm »
fuck me? haha typical self righteous troll response. sorry if my language was crude, but i did not personally attack you except if you take exception to being called backwards. however you denigrated what i have dedicated my life to which is quite easy to take personally. grain fed meat or at least beef isn't even by any stretch of the imagination paleo. grain fed animals are less healthy, they suffer from acidosis and leg and feet problems. they are naturally designed to eat grass. the only way a barn can be cleaner than a non rotational pasture is through a deep bedding system

General Discussion / Re: How do YOU choose what meat you eat raw?
« on: January 18, 2014, 07:56:54 pm »
man its lucky y'all got here first cause my first response would have been to troll back. this backwards french? canadian farm boy if he is telling the truth is just spouting off ideas he grew up with on the farm or from his modern farm buddies. some old farm boys do greatly prefer grain fed- usually not raw though.  dont tell me no horseshit about barns being clean. animals raised in barns are way more likely to develop  lung problems. i came down with a case of barn lung myself once in humid weather.  some grass fed meat certainly  could suck. know your farmer. never buy meat from a place you can never visit. usually  even if they say one hundred percent grain i do not think it can be. they at least need moldy hay or straw or wood pulp or bark or shredded plastic or some kind of roughage or i dont think they  can digest tthe grains as they will pass through too quickly. however not one hundred percent on that.

General Discussion / Re: Kim Jong Il was a raw foodist(sort of)
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:52:15 am »
my rams are intact

General Discussion / Re: Kim Jong Il was a raw foodist(sort of)
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:50:38 am »
my chiropractor claims they lose allmost all of their selenium when you castrate. middle easterners of any religion require intact, horned and without a  mark on the body. mexicans prefer bull meat. a billy goat is certainly stronger tasting than a whether and other animals are of similiarly various but lesser strengths of flavour.  the greeks prefered a five year old bull and native american tribes generally prefered 5 year old buck or bull venison.

General Discussion / Re: Kim Jong Il was a raw foodist(sort of)
« on: January 16, 2014, 10:32:34 am »
I would say the ones I harvested are in between not pale but not dark red. I think that has a lot to do with the age of the animal. Icelandic sheep are mild flavored, they do not have the intense barn like flavor store lamb usually has. I don't think they are quite as mild as hair sheep. Sheep flavor is said to be strongest in the finest wool breeds and mildest in those that lack wool, hair sheep. Some claim hair sheep do not have as good of flavor as wooled sheep. The fat content is high. I am selling them, I was charging 300 processed, about which figured to 7.20 cents a pound. Where are you located aren't you in europe? I cannot recall. I will send you my phone number, feel free to call tonight if you feel the spirit.

General Discussion / Re: Kim Jong Il was a raw foodist(sort of)
« on: January 16, 2014, 09:31:30 am »
My grandpa used to say, Chinese people like their food fresh, Japanese like their food raw and Koreans like their food flopping on the table.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: January 15, 2014, 02:09:20 am »
If the evil muthfukkas don't have their way with me this spring they you could use my spot.

Important Info for Newbies / Re: Initial side effect-is this normal?
« on: January 15, 2014, 12:42:43 am »
I totally disagree eric. Raw carrots aren't very digestible. Those foods may have carbs but you would have to eat a lot to reach the caloric intake of a bagel. 245 calories for the bagel, 25 for a carrot and 1 cup of blueberries has 85 calories. The avacado has few calories from carbs. I bet you are probably on sugar withdrawal. I kinda need honey to remain fully alert and active during periods of stress, my ignorant advice would be to put a little bit of honey on a spoon and eat it with your other foods to aid in digestion.

Also the diet soda may be addictive, especially the caffeine. More withdrawal.

You are cooking your eggs, really shouldn't be more than soft boiled. Is your meat cooked? Are you sure your on the right website ;) ?

Anyways good luck, hope you keep with it, cheers.

Journals / Re: The Butcher
« on: January 10, 2014, 05:44:20 am »
Not exactly an accurate retelling of the story. The man was deep in debt and marital problems and opened the cages of his exotic animals just before he committed suicide with a .357 Magnum. Read more about the story here, or search for other reports which seem to tell a similar story. I originally heard about this from a friend who used to work at an exotic animal rescue center in Indiana, next door to Ohio.

Large, potentially dangerous animals aren't exactly the easiest thing to capture live or find secondary homes for, so I completely understand why the police felt the need to shoot and kill most them. The story I linked to tells what the responding officers encountered when they responded to the farmhand's call.

Who isn't in debt? And I call total BS to your statement. Tranquilizer guns work.

Why were the cops the first on the scene, no calling for animal control? Why was he talking to a depute four days earlier?

Why wouldn't the guy think about his wife? She fought the police department and eventually all of the living animals were returned to her.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Frogs
« on: January 03, 2014, 12:59:48 am »
I am the source, I eviscerated a goat and saw a torn up liver populated with flukes.
here is a picture of a cow liver they cut to show the internal damage the flukes cause.

Now remember, vegans are actually more prone to this than we are. It's a disease of leaf and snail eaters mainly. Avoid flukey livers and leaves where snails live and you will avoid fkukes! Actually eating flukey livers may not even be harmful, but god damn it would be disgusting.

Carnivorous / Zero Carb Approach / Re: Frogs
« on: December 31, 2013, 02:57:53 am »
Freezing kills parasites. Every animal harbors parasites. How dangerous they are is somewhat up in the air. Might have liver flukes which are pretty bad but a healthy body can probably  deal with them. Although, I have seen the damage they can do and you don't want your liver torn up. You can actually get them from eating salad as their eggs are left in the slime trails of snails.

Journals / Re: The Butcher
« on: December 04, 2013, 05:35:57 am »
Yeah, a couple years ago in Ohio there was a guy who supposedly turned all his animals loose and the police killed him and shot almost all of his animals with bullets, which included 10+ wolves, 10+ lions, 10+ tigers, 10+ bears and a bunch of others. Why do police have tasers instead of tranquilizer guns?  Why were none of the animals captured humanely? Makes me think we don't get the real story because the man was not still around to defend himself and the cops were able to spin it any which way but loose.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: November 21, 2013, 04:45:53 pm »
sabertooth  where do you find all these producers of natuRal lamb at such cut rate prices? i have never met any who did not use chemicals and  was all grass fed at the same time except for the one i jjust bought out. all the sheep farmers i know charge twice for cuts and half as much moore for ground than i do for whole. plus their grass fed lambs arent loaded down with extra fat like mine are. i guess all that bluegrass in your state, must be a lot of sheep farms

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