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I apologize, it does sound patronizing when I read it now. I meant it in a more joking way.

I meant the word "putin" means whore in french. That's why we call him "Poutine" instead, to avoid confusion ;)

Maybe they're making all these claims about organic food promotion and getting rid of fluoride etc in order to attract people like you...
I mean, I would not trust the words of such a person. Very clever, yes, but truth speaker?

The article on agricultural chemicals does not say anything very specific.... Pesticides and chemicals can mean anything, I would like to know exactly what they are using, compared to the round up ready GMO of the US?
Well, it was just a very brief summary of a 29 pages report that costs 550€ to read in its whole... I honestly haven't looked that much into the matter. I'm personally not really interested in moving to such a country.

Saber, don't leave one illusion for the other...

First of all, don't believe everything the Moscow gov says. Hell, don't believe anything they say! ex-KGB officer President Putin* is a methodical liar, who maintains a personality cult for himself, notably with obvious lies about his accomplishments. Last time I checked, Putin became higher ranked in taekwondo than Chuck Norris, despite never taking part in the art. Now that's a badass!

About the use of pesticides and other agro-chemicals in Russia: certainly not decreasing.

"Pesticides and other agro-chemical products market in Russia grows 44% in 2013 due to increase in household demand and record harvest in agriculture industry. Russian grain harvest grows 21% in 2013 due to humid spring, increasing demand for pesticides and other agrochemicals in Russia. In 2014 Russian Government imposes ban on food imports from EU and US as sanctions sparked, raising incentives for domestic farmers to increase output. Production of anti-sprouting and plant-growth regulators rises by amazing 742% in 2014 due to launch of new production capacity and strong domestic demand. Turnover expected to continue sharp growth CAGR of 19% over 2013-2019 as producers continue to increase production capacity to catch up with Russian market demand. "

Now how's that for organic food promotion?

Moral of the story: It's not because you realized (and only care to see) how shit America is, that its historical rival is any better. Read some more, and not propaganda websites only(from both sides, of course), and keep an open mind, even to the uncomfortable truth.

*in French "putin" = whore  ;D

My thought exactly. The smartest human(s) only understand a fraction of what goes on in a living being, how it to successfully gets in tune with the environment, and with other living beings, etc...

Releasing such creatures in the wild because "Ugh, no more tests! They've been working on this project long enough, and we payed a lot to make it happen. Lets see it do stuff already" shows the lack of concern and mental maturity of these people.

But who knows, maybe the conspiracy theorists are right for once and they are really releasing the GM mosquitoes as a scare tactic for pop control...

General Discussion / Re: PETA propaganda
« on: January 27, 2016, 07:05:51 am » a great deal of vegans not suffer from low sex drive, and low testosterone?

In Batman Vs Dracula(2005), Dracula, aka "Count Alucard") confesses to liking raw meat and eats a steak tartare sandwich.
Steak tartare sandwich?

In Belgium, we have a typical sandwich spread called "Americain", which is raw grounded beef mixed with mayo, herbs and spices. It's also eaten with a side of fries. So quite similar to tartare. Ironically enough, americans would supposedly be the last people to indulge in this... under-cooked delicacy  ;)

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: January 23, 2016, 07:26:12 pm »
I was speaking about live octopus primarily.  Everyone has different taste in food so I don't see why you are getting so defensive.  I didn't say I wouldn't try it...just as long as someone else is paying for it.  I imagine live octopus is out of my budget range.

Well you said "this is the Raw Paleo Diet not the Live Paleo Diet right?", so I assumed you were talking about eating live things in general.
I just got a bit annoyed that some people who already eat stuff that's considered disgusting and unhealthy to some (raw meat, raw fat, high meat) could still be squeamish about eating live things. I guess my irritation was also exalted by my tipsiness.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: January 22, 2016, 09:15:11 pm »
Well to be fair eating live octopus doesn't sound very appealing,  I would only try it if it gave me superpowers or made masturbation more fun.  No offense to anyone, this is the raw paleo and not the live paleo forum right? 
It doesn't disgust me at all. I already ate half-live crickets and one grasshopper. Well, I did decapitate them, so I could remove the digestive track in case they ate to much pesticide-ridden plants. So technically not "live", but very soon after death. I caught them in organic gardens, so hopefully they weren't too intoxicated.

Oh, and a couple of live ants and fruit maggots. They came with the fruits, what else could I have done?  l)

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: January 22, 2016, 05:24:19 am »
Gotta love the hypocrisy of the dailymail comment section  l)

"Ew, that's cruel! How could she eat it alive!" *sprays lemon juice on an oyster and downs it*

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: January 15, 2016, 02:33:51 am »
You see, you conveniently forget that,...
I didn't "conveniently forget" anything, I simply explained the joke in case you thought it was intended as some 1st degree right-wing humor that complimented your view on the refugee/migrant matter. Period. Not interested in political debate ATM.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: January 15, 2016, 12:30:49 am »
If you think this Charlie Hebdo's comic is about how all immigrants will turn out to be delinquents/criminals/extremists/terrorists, you obviously don't get French satyr. According to them, it's actually 2nd degree humor that mocks all this anti-refugee paranoia, with a comic that resembles those found in far-right journals and propaganda posters. Or maybe you did get the joke, and you seriously reconsidered your view on the matter  l)

General Discussion / Re: World's vertebrate biomass
« on: January 10, 2016, 11:17:07 am »
Currently, there's ZERO evidence of aliens AT ALL.
...that "they" will let you know of  >D


General Discussion / Re: World's vertebrate biomass
« on: January 10, 2016, 02:55:42 am »
Damn, I didn't realize this. Is there really that much more human biomass compared to wild vertebrates? I had a hunch about cattle though...

Science / Re: Blame it all on the Neanderthals re our allergies!
« on: January 09, 2016, 07:05:38 am »
Why would Neanderthal being equal or superior to Homo Sapiens contradict the OoA theory? I thought the theory was just about Sapiens leaving Africa quite late, nothing else? Besides, any serious paleo-anthropologist recognizes the fact that modern man has some percentage of Neanderthal DNA in him, especially people of Eurasian descent.

Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that dairy isn't paleo?
« on: January 08, 2016, 12:39:07 am »
If you primal dieters want to continue drinking raw milk and dairy, you should really consider checking how the farmer you're getting the milk from treats its cows. It must be possible to get milk without harming the animal too much; unfortunately this video shows most of the time milk industry is quite the cruel business.

(Just ignore the fact she's vegan)

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: December 26, 2015, 05:36:31 am »
Glad you liked it. I knew this one was for you ;D

Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that dairy isn't paleo?
« on: December 26, 2015, 05:28:45 am »
Milk consumption has had the exact opposite effect on my teeth that Tyler Durden describes. I have tooth pain unless I drink milk regularly. My teeth were loose and in chronic pain until I started consuming it in a much higher volume than I had previously, at least 5 gallons a week.

I recommend dairy as a food for no other reason than it is economical and a good way to restore health in people with little money or means or squeamish about raw meat and especially organs.

RogueFarmer, do you have tooth pain shortly after you stop drinking milk? like a day, a week, a month without milk? Depending on this, it could mean you have a strong milk tolerance from drinking it often, which allows you to not feel too much -or no- immediate negative effects from drinking it. And so your tooth pain could be a sort of detox reaction from quitting dairy. Just speculating.

Have you tried getting off the milk for some time, and eating paleo foods that are rarely/never on the menu instead? Maybe you won't need to depend on milk anymore to regulate your teeth pain. Maybe the pain will leave for good.

Perhaps non-human milk is a sort of lower quality substitute to certain foods that are missing in some primal dieter's menu.

Off Topic / Re: Give us a laugh !
« on: December 25, 2015, 01:08:02 am »

Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that dairy isn't paleo?
« on: December 24, 2015, 06:48:09 am »
For example, one of the reasons why the notion of feral children is disputed to a large extent is because it has been shown that human infants die if they consume wolf milk.
I'm going off-topic here, but the realistic interpretation to Romulus and Remus's myth is that they where actually taken care of by a prostitute, and not a wolf as previously believed, since the latin lupa both describes a wolf and a prostitute.  :)

Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that dairy isn't paleo?
« on: December 23, 2015, 07:01:05 pm »
People need to realize that milk is just addictive, and that it's neither necessary, nor is it truly beneficial. It's packed with opioids, just like wheat: Only it can be drank raw, and to this day it still enjoys such a glamorous aura (It's white and sweet, and it reminds people of the good old days when they had nothing to worry about, tight against their mother's breasts).

If you want to build stronger bones, getting plenty of vitamin D is more important than getting a lot of calcium, which you already do if you eat a varied diet. I think the calcium/magnesium ratio also plays an important part in this regard.

Primal Diet / Re: Are you sure that dairy isn't paleo?
« on: December 23, 2015, 06:47:02 pm »
Wrong. Humans, along with all mammals and previously the mammaliaformes have been consuming dairy for around 235 million years.
You're aware that we are discussing the consumption of milk 1) from other species, 2) after infancy?

Give a cat raw milk and it will do well on it. And humans are particularly adapted among the mammals to consuming dairy as adults.
Some, and those who do probably don't thrive on it. Hip fracture, which is linked to osteoporosis, has been proliferous in the western world, and in major Asian cities since the introduction of milk.

again: "A major study concluded that in a Japan population aged 35 years or older the crude incidence of hip fracture was 244.8 per 100,000 person years from 2004 to 2006, and the gender-specific incidence was 99.6 per 100,000 person years for men and 368 per 100,000 person years for women [12]. When data was analysed and compared with that from 30 years ago it was also concluded that there is an increasing incidence of hip fracture in Japanese populations."
One thing most noticeable on this chart is how Hong-Kong, China's most westenized city, has more than double the cases of hip fracture than Beijing.

And if and when they did start cooking things, it would mostly be grains, legumes and tubers, not meat. The only animal product that they might have cooked at the beginning would be bones, to make bone broth and extract the marrow without having to break open the bones. But only the women with no men around would do that, and only for very thick bones from large animals. Men would just pick up a rock and break open the bones to get to the marrow inside (or break the skull to get the brain).
I never read they avoided cooking meat in the early days? Where did you read that?

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 22, 2015, 10:03:54 pm »

Okay I might've remembered it a bit being a bit worse than it actually was  l)...

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 22, 2015, 10:00:13 pm »
Yeah, no offense, but I also saw Aajonus' appearance on The Doctors, and the whole thing looked like a big joke. Some sort of surfer-boy doctor kept undermining everything he said. And they all made exaggerated disgusted faces when he started eating the raw meat (FFS, aren't they supposed to be "doctors" who have seen much worse in their career?!).
The Doctors sounds like the typical show that uses shocking content to attract its crowd (can't really give you a name of a similar type of show, because I don't watch those :P).

Saber, I know you're doing a lot to get the Raw Paleo message out there, but if you don't feel it, please don't do it. It might end up harming the RP movement instead, and yourself, if all they do is mock you, and silence you when you're about to answer their unfounded claim.

However, the fact that they already had a raw meat eater on the show could mean that they're willing to examine this lifestyle more seriously, and actually learn from it this time. I'm doubtful, as I repeat they survive on shocking content and on-show drama.

You have to feel it...

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 22, 2015, 10:13:03 am »
Keep us up to date, I'll probably want to order the magazine on their website, or just check the English speaking bookstores if they have it.

Some people like to criticize Crossfit, but I find it to be a good overall fitness and physique boosting method, especially for beginners like me who don't know what kind of program to follow.

As for your image, I'd only advice against weird stuff like goat pants :P and bloody teeth, unless you're going for the humorous self-deprecating act, which could actually work. If you can balance between the jokes (without falling into clownery) and the serious talk, you could pull it off nicely.

Otherwise, and especially if you don't feel up for joking around too much, maybe go for a classic "clean" look. IMO you can keep the beard and long hair if it looks taken care of.

Info / News Items / Announcements / Re: Vice article featuring Me
« on: December 20, 2015, 06:36:31 pm »
This just in....

Hi, Derek. I'm the Deputy Editor at Men's Health magazine, and I'm hoping to interview you for an upcoming issue.

I got to start working on my pecks and abs asap...who knows where this will end up...... when Kim Kardashian sees me in mens health magazine and makes me her personal nutritionist, there is no telling......
Awesome! Men's Health magazine was sort of my gateway drug to Raw Paleo. Their nutrition section is what inspired me to dig further... They seem to be pretty fond (at least the French version is) of the Paleo lifestyle, such as with Crossfit, MovNat... so there's a chance they might take you seriously.

You definitely need to be at your best for the pic  ;), and if they ask you how you look so good just go : *shrugs* "It's the diet, I guess"

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