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Hungry world 'must eat less meat'
By Alex Kirby
BBC News Online environment correspondent


Livestock needs a lot of water

World water supplies will not be enough for our descendants to enjoy
the sort of diet the West eats now, experts say.

The World Water Week in Stockholm will be told the growth in demand
for meat and dairy products is unsustainable.

Animals need much more water than grain to produce the same amount of
food, and ending malnutrition and feeding even more mouths will take
still more water.

Scientists say the world will have to change its consumption patterns
to have any realistic hope of feeding itself.
Losing the race

The World Water Week conference is held annually in the Swedish
capital, and is organised by the Stockholm International Water
Institute, Siwi. This year's runs from 15 to 21 August.

It's going to be almost impossible to feed future generations the
kind of diet we have now in western Europe and North America

Anders Berntell, Stockholm International Water Institute
Siwi says: "With about 840 million people undernourished or lacking a
secure food supply today, and another two billion or more people... by
2025, feeding the world's growing population - and finding the water
to grow the food - continues to be a basic and sizeable challenge."
A paper to be delivered during the conference, entitled Water: More
Nutrition Per Drop, says: "For several decades, the increase in food
production has outpaced population growth. Now much of the world is
simply running out of water for more production... "

The World Health Organisation calls malnutrition "the silent
emergency", and says it is a factor in at least half the 10.4 million
child deaths which occur every year.

Grain goes far to feed the world

Anders Berntell, Siwi's executive director, told BBC News Online: "The
basic problem is that food is the main global consumer of water, with
irrigation taking 70% or more of all the water we use, apart from huge
volumes of rainwater.

"The bottom line is that we've got to do something to reduce the
amount of water we devote to growing food today.
Upturn in demand

"Animals fed on grain, and also those which rely on grazing, need far
more water than grain crops.

WATER AND FOOD

A kilogram of grain-fed beef needs at least 15 cubic metres of water
A kilo of lamb from a sheep fed on grass needs 10 cubic metres
A kilo of cereals needs from 0.4 to 3 cubic metres
"But in the developed world, and in parts of some developing
countries, consumers are demanding more meat.
"Of course people should have healthier diets and a higher intake of
nutrients: we don't want to stop that.

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"But it's going to be almost impossible to feed future generations the
kind of diet we have now in western Europe and North America.

Meat is a treat for the rich

"Most of us don't appreciate, either politically or personally, the
challenge of finding enough water to grow enough food, though in some
countries it's a problem of everyday living.

"I think the world's future water supply is a problem that's an entire
order of magnitude greater than we've begun to realise."
Mr Berntell said the rich would be able to buy their way out of
trouble by importing "virtual water" - the water needed to grow the
food they bought from abroad.

He said: "The transport of virtual water is huge. Australians were
astonished to find that although their country is short of water,
they're net exporters of water in the form of meat."




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Hungry world 'must eat less meat'
Did you even read what you write?

Maybe you should go back to the mother ship and check in to the
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Vegetarian - It’s Healthier

Vegetarians are healthier than people who eat meat. It’s a fact.
Scientific studies show that vegetarians suffer much less from
illnesses like cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure and
other common health problems. A major study reported in the British
Medical Journal in 1994 found that, of 5000 meat-eaters and 6000
non-meat eaters, vegetarians had 40% less risk of cancer
and 30% less risk of heart disease than the meat-eaters and were 20%
less likely to die of any cause (Oxford Vegetarian Study).

A US study of 50,000 vegetarians showed a very low rate of cancer
(Seventh Day Adventist Study, Massachussets). It has been estimated
that by following a low-fat vegetarian diet, the risk of
food poisoning is decreased by 80%. More evidence of the benefits of a
vegetarian diet is being found each year.

From TIME magazine (July 2002) - A balanced vegetarian diet is better
for humans than one that includes meat:

www.time.com/time/covers/1101020715/index.html

Vegetarian - It’s Humane

Billions of animals are killed in slaughterhouses around the world. In
the US, some half a million are killed each hour, while in the UK over
600 million are killed each year. A proportional
number are killed in Australia. It is nothing more than an undercover
massacre. Animals suffer enormously in the process. Quite apart from
the terror of being killed, they undergo pain and
fear through routine stock mutilations and during transportation to
saleyards and abattoirs.

Most animals eaten in New Zealand, Australia, UK, USA and similar
countries today are intensively raised in dark, sunless sheds where
they are fed a diet of processed foods. In most cases
antibiotics, growth-promotants and hormones are routinely
administered. As biological entities, these animals are treated as
little more than meat machines. We would be horrified if our pet
cat or dog was treated in this way, so why should we subject other
animals to such cruelty? The fact that the killing is done by someone
else makes it easy to eat meat but, by eating it, we
are really condemning the next animal in line.

Have you ever really stopped to think about the cruelty we
systematically inflict on other species simply by eating them?

www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-cruelty-page.htm
www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-equal-respect-page.htm

Vegetarian - It’s Economical

Meat is expensive, both economically and agriculturally. With so many
starving people in the world today it is a criminal waste of food to
produce it. Meat-animals are fed perfectly good plant food which could
have been fed directly to starving people. For istance, it takes 17
kilos of corn, beans, grain, etc, to produce one kilo of beef in
feedlot cattle. This is like investing $17.00 in a bank term deposit
and withdrawing $1.00 at maturity! It rquires massive reserves of land
to grow the crops which are used as animal feed. About 70% of crops
grown in the US are fed to animals and not to humans. Meanwhile, a
child dies of starvation somewhere in the world every two seconds. As
the world human population grows, so too does the need for the
dwindling
reserves of arable land on which to grow crops to feed it.

See more fact about the cost of meat in different ways HERE:

www.hknet.org.nz/Cost-of-meat-page.htm

Vegetarian - It’s Environmentally Friendly

In Central America, entire forests are felled or burnt to provide land
for grazing cattle. Most of these cattle end up as second-quality
hamburger meat for the North American junk food market.
Being hard-hooved, cattle erode the vulnerable topsoil, while each
animal produces over 300 litres of methane (a “greenhouse” gas) per
day.

Also, the trees which are felled to clear land for cattle ranching are
left to rot. The termites which then feed on them produce even more
methane than the cattle.

Weight for weight, cattle alone outweigh the entire human population
of our planet. A recent Greenpeace report told how the dairy industry
of California uses enough water to supply a city of
22 million people. The effluent produced from intensive piggeries,
cattle feedlots and broiler units is polluting our river systems. A
NSW government newsletter pointed out that the late Homebush abattoirs
was the single greatest industrial polluter of Sydney’s coastal
waters.

www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-environment-page.htm

Vegetarian - Exploding Some Myths

Understandably, people are a bit apprehensive about changing their
diet. Everyone seems to know “someone” who looks as pale as a bleached
potato since giving up meat! The truth is that a
well-balanced vegetarian diet provides all the protein and nutrients
needed for a vigorous and healthy life (American Dietary Association
Study). What is seldom pointed out are the millions of conventional
eaters who suffer from constipation, malnutrition, gout and a host of
other problems and diseases brought on by a lack
of fresh fruit and vegetables in their diet, combined with the adverse
effects of meat.

A study carried out the by University of Surrey in Britain found that
vegetarians were better nourished than meat eaters, and much closer to
the “ideal” diet recommended by the government’s own health advisers.

More information on our Vegetarianism and Beyond site
www.hknet.org.nz/Vege-AdirajIntroVeg.html

Hard Facts www.hknet.org.nz/Cost-of-meat-page.htm

Links to hundreds of Vegetarianism related sites
www.hknet.org.nz/vege-links1.html

Vegetarian - Aren't We Designed To Eat Meat?

Not at all. Many people say that we are meat-eaters because we have
sharp teeth. This is like judging a book by its cover. Look inside and
you will find out what is really going on.

Our digestive system resembles that of the herbivores and the
frugivores (fruit-eaters). It consists of a very long intestine
allowing slow digestion of nutrients. By contrast, carnivores
have a short digestive tract designed so that meat can quickly pass
through the body before it putrefies and becomes toxic. To compensate
for this rapid transition, carnivores have a stomach
acid concentration 10 times greater than that of vegetarian mammals
(including humans) to enable them to quickly digest the meat. When
humans eat meat it begins to putrefy before leaving the
body, often resulting in disorders as diverse as constipation and
bowel cancer if eaten persistently over a period of time. Sure, the
more fibre eaten with meat, the quicker it passes through the
intestines, but why eat meat at all?

Only vegetable matter contains fibre and a good vegetarian diet
provides all the fibre the body needs without having to add
extra”artificially”.

If you are serious about lowering your cholesterol intake, a
vegetarian diet is the best way to go since only animal products
contain cholesterol.

Health Fact Sheet www.hknet.org.nz/VegeGo.html
Speaking out - www.hknet.org.nz/veg-stubborn-page.htm

Vegetarianism and the Bible - You mean it says that in the Bible

www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-UmeanItsinBible.html

Religion and Vegetarianism -

www.hknet.org.nz/WesternIndologists-page.htm

Random Christian Quotes supporting Vegetarianism

www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-christians-page.htm

Vegetarian - What do I eat then?

Most people imagine vegetarian eating to be meat and two “veg” minus
the meat. To a conventional meat-eater this sounds like someone being
sold a car with the engine missing! Nothing could be
further from the truth. Vegetarian eating is about eating a wide
variety offoods prepared in an abundance of different ways.

Being a good vegetarian means being adventurous and open-minded about
food. It is not simply about eating a predictable menu day-in,
day-out.

Many vegetarian staples had their origin in different countries
hundreds of years ago . pasta from China (and later Italy), tofu from
China, and tempeh from Indonesia. Tofu is bean curd made
from soya beans. Tempeh is a sort of nut-flavoured cheese made from
fermented soy beans. It is rich in enzymes and easily digested.

Both can be bought at health food stores and larger supermarkets.
These are not merely substitutes for meat, but nutritious food in
themselves which have proved to be an excellent source of protein for
centuries.

Stupid things that vegetarians hear all the time from meat-eaters:

www.hknet.org.nz/veg-friends.html#Stupid

Vegetarian - Where Do I Get My Protein?

Protein is naturally very plentiful. It occurs in every living thing,
plant and animal. Apart from fruit and vegetables, good sources of
protein include pasta, lentils, rice, potatoes, soy
beans, chick peas, nuts, seeds and grains, with or without moderate
use of eggs and dairy products.

The amount you need depends on different personal attributes (weight,
height, etc) and the daily requirement varies considerably from 20 to
90 grams per day. By eating a variety of foods each day you should
easily meet your individual requirements. In fact, the nutritional
attitude to protein has changed dramatically in recent years. The
old-fashioned notion that “you can never get too much protein” has now
been proved
wrong. Excess protein not used by the body has to be broken down and
excreted as waste. In fact, a major culprit in many human degenerative
diseases is a protein overdose. For example, calcium loss in
osteoporosis has been linked largely to an excess of high-protein
foods.

This site lists everything that anyone would need to have a balanced
healthy life-style as a vegetarian; vitamins and minerals sources, the
food triangle, check it out:

www.hknet.org.nz/Vege-VitaminSources.html

Vegetarian - What about Minerals like Iron and Calcium?

A sound vegetarian diet should provide all needed nutrients. The
presence of vitamin C with iron in the diet will help iron absorption
by up to 30%.

It is a myth that you have to eat meat to get sufficient iron. It is
readily available in breakfast cereals, whole grain products, soy
products, legumes and leafy green vegetables.
Tiredness is not necessarily caused by iron deficiency. It may also be
caused by lack of sleep, depression, stress and poor eating habits
(usually junk food).

Calcium is found in all unprocessed vegetable foods in amounts that
are sufficient to meet the needs of both adults and growing children.

Whatever the calcium intake, the intestine absorbs sufficient calcium
to meet the body’s needs. Good sources of calcium are sesame seeds,
tofu, almonds, soy beans, parsley, green vegetables and fortified soy
milk. A recent dietary study on 6,500 Chinese found that even those
who ate no animal products actually
consumed twice the amount of iron as the average North American. In
spite of the fact that dairy products were not eaten, osteoporosis was
almost unknown.

It's all here www.hknet.org.nz/Vege-VitaminSources.html

Vegetarian - The change - How Do I Start?

The best place to start going vegetarian is in the kitchen! Buy a
cookbook and start preparing. You will soon get used to the types of
food that are used and how they are prepared. Also, your taste for
vegetarian food will adapt. If you are doubtful about your abilities
as a cook you can enrol in cooking classes. Information about these is
often available in health food shops and some
courses are run at TAFE colleges(in Australia).

See HERE www.hknet.org.nz/vege-links1.htm for some we know of.....
otherwise the Vegetarian Society(ies)

www.hknet.org.nz/vege-links2.htm often has a list of recommended
classes.

Giving up meat might seem strange at first, but so does giving up
tobacco to the cigarette addict! If you feel that you can’t drop meat
straight away, try cutting it down bit by bit. Just increase your use
of foods like beans, grains, nuts, seeds, tofu, tempeh, gluten and
some of the many low cholesterol convenience foods (like burgers and
sausages) now available at health food stores and supermarkets.

Some Recommended On-line and Hard-copy Cook books Higher Taste
Cookbook - available from Hare Krishna temples and centres view it
on-line

http://www.webcom.com/ara/col/books/VEG/ht/ or
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Great Vegetarian Dishes by Kurma dasa

www.webcom.com/ara/col/catalog/vd.html

Cooking With Kurma

www.webcom.com/ara/col/catalog/cwk.html

The Hare Krishna Book of vegetarian cooking

www.webcom.com/ara/col/catalog/hkvc.html

www.webcom.com/ara/col/books/VEG/hkvc1.html

Vegetarian and lowfat food recipes (WinHelp)

(FREE Download) http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000010774

Vegetarian - Why Do So Many People Eat Meat?

Meat-eating in the quantity our society eats today really began with
the industrial revolution. Better machines led to more efficient
agriculture. When a surplus of crops was produced, this was fed to
animals and the animals eaten by those who could afford meat. Thus
meat became something of a status symbol. Unfortunately the status
symbol developed into a habit so that most of us in the wealthier
countries think that it is a normal part of our diet. As we approach a
new century, it is high time we turned back to the healthier, less
wasteful diet of our forebears.

Today the meat and dairy industries promote the myth of their products
being necessary through heavy advertising (you only have to count the
times they appear on television to see that!).

Close behind them are the pharmaceutical companies which provide the
hormones, antibiotics and growth promotants to the animal producers.

Altogether there are many vested interests in keeping us eating animal
products! Unfortunately the only interests that are lost in this
expensive advertising jungle are yours.

Individual health and a healthy environment begins with good eating
habits, and a vegetarian lifestyle is the simplest and most effective
way to achieve them.

Living in Harmony with Vegetarians

www.hknet.org.nz/veg-friends.html

Taking a graphic look at Animal slaughter and meat eating:

www.hknet.org.nz/DeadAnimalFleshnFood.html

Download books, musik and video VCd that reveal the truth about the
big business behind keeping you addicted to eating meat with no
consideration for man nor beast:

www.hknet.org.nz/V-meetURmeat.html

Vegetarian - 101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian:

http://www.vivavegie.org/vv101/index.html

Vegetarian - Making the Change

To make any change is not easy, particularly when it involves
explanations to friends and family. However, making a change that you
know will take an enormous burden off the environmental stresses of
the planet, that will improve your health and
ultimately save millions of animals from cruelty makes it easy.

Already in the US and Britain there is a massive change towards a
meat-free diet. Some half a million people are adopting a vegetarian
lifestyle each year in the US while the number of
British vegetarians is now 4 million. The trend is catching in
Australia and New Zealand where many, mainly young people, are
realising that they want a healthy and humane future.

Whether you go vegetarian overnight or over a period of time does not
matter. The important thing is to get on the track. Even cutting down
on meat consumption will make an enormous difference.

TIME magazine ran an 8 page article asking "Should we all be
Vegetarians?" their conclusion was that a healthy balanced vegetarian
diet is better than one that includes meat

www.hknet.org.nz/veg-articles.html

Health and a Meatless Diet

www.hknet.org.nz/veg-health-meatless-diet-page.htm

A Beginners Guide to Vegetarianism:
http://people.qualcomm.com/sriharid/info/vegetarianism/veg.html

How Mary and Frank and Friends Eat - very nice Vegetarian pages:

www.all-creatures.org/recipes.html

The new millenium is the time to make the change. Let’s make it a goal
for the whole planet. Remember . You’re in good company!

Vegetarian - Famous Vegetarians

Pythagoras, Plutarch, Leonardo Da Vinci, Tolstoy, Shelley, George
Bernard Shaw, Gandhi, Thoreau, Bob Dylan, Joanna Lumley, George
Harrison, Paul and Linda McCartney, Michael Jackson, Madona, Martina
Navratilova, Hayley Mills, William Shatner, Sir Mark Oliphant, Cliff
Young, Peter Singer, Bob Barker, Spike Milligan,
Nigel Hawthorne, Annie Besant, Anthony Robbins, Peter Sumner, Chrissie
Hynde, Tim McCartney-Snape, Peter Brock, Lynda Stoner,
Johnny Weissmuller (the first Tarzan), Julie Christie, Morissey (The
Smiths), Marty Feldman, Murray Rose, Paavo Nurmi (9 Olympic medals),
Andreas Cahling (body building champion), Dave Scott (6-time Ironman
Triathlon winner), k.d.lang, Belinda Carlisle, Edwin Moses, Sean
Hughes, Bryan Adams, Dennis Weaver, Woody Harrelson, Killer Kowalski
(champion wrestler), Alicia Silverstone, Annalise Braakensiek, Vanessa
Amorosi, Greg Chappell, Jerry Seinfeld, Uri
Geller, Kim Basinger, Alec Baldwin, James Cromwell, Radha Mitchell,
Daniel Johns (silverchair), Susie Porter, Joaquin Phoenix, Josef
Brown, Daniel Jones (Savage Garden).

To see hundreds more visit our page

www.hknet.org.nz/Veg-famouspeople-page.htm

For all this and more see our page at Vegetarianism and Beyond

www.hknet.org.nz/Veges-Beyond5page.htm or http://turn.to/Vegetarianism

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Healthiest Way to Cook Lean Pork

MayoClinic.com states that lean or extra-lean cuts of red meat, such
as pork, can be a part of a healthy diet. The leanest cut of pork is
tenderloin; in 3 ounces of pork tenderloin, you consume just 3 grams
of fat and 120 calories. The fat content classifies this healthful
pork as extra-lean. While they are slightly fattier, lean cuts of pork
include boneless loin roast, boneless loin chops and boneless ham.
Cook lean pork with minimal oils to prevent adding unnecessary
calories and fat.

http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/healthiest-way-cook-lean-pork-3583.html

I'm making meat loaf this weekend. Two pounds of hamburger, half
pound of lean ground pork. Two eggs, onions and seasoning. Mix well
and roll flat on wax paper. Add cheese to the top. Carefully lift the
wax paper and roll into a loaf. Place meatloaf pan on top and
carefully flip over. Bake at 375 degrees until it 160 degrees. Keep in
mind it will keep cooking after you remove it from the oven.

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Yummy yummy, dead pig in the tummy :)

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Vegetarian Nobel Laureates and Scientists:

In order to help preserve our planet's natural resources, many of the
world's greatest thinkers and scientists throughout history have
observed a vegetarian diet and affirmed its necessity from the
standpoints of both morality and logic. The following is a brief list
of these noble individuals:

Nobel Laureates

Rabindranath Tagore, 1913 Literature
Albert Einstein, 1921, Physics
George Bernard Shaw, 1925, Literature
Sir C. V. Raman, 1930, Physics
Albert Schweitzer, 1952, Peace
Linus Pauling, 1954, Chemistry, and 1962, Peace
George Wald, 1967, Medicine
Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1978, Literature
Chandrashekar Subrahmanyam, 1983, Physics
Elie Wiesel 1986, Peace
The 14th Dalai Lama, 1989, Peace
Aung San Suu Kyi, 1991, Peace
V.S. Naipaul, 2001, Literature
JM Coetzee, 2003, Literature

Eminent Scientists and Inventors

Sir Issac Newton, father of Physics
John Ray, father of English Natural History
Leonardo Da Vinci, Architect, Inventor and Artist
Benjamin Franklin, Author, Journalist, Scientist, Inventor and
Statesman
Thomas Edison, Inventor
Nikloa Tesla, Inventor, Physicist and Engineer
Srinivasa Ramanujan, Mathematician
Edward Witten, Physicist and String Theorist
Jane Goodall, Primatologist
Vijay Raj Singh, Medical Physicist
Kalpana Chawla, NASA Astronaut
Steve Jobs, founder and CEO of Apple Computer
Nathaniel Borenstein, creator of MIME (email) language


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Healthiest Way to Cook Lean Pork
MayoClinic.com states that lean or extra-lean cuts of red meat, such
as pork, can be a part of a healthy diet. The leanest cut of pork is
tenderloin; in 3 ounces of pork tenderloin, you consume just 3 grams
of fat and 120 calories. The fat content classifies this healthful
pork as extra-lean. While they are slightly fattier, lean cuts of pork
include boneless loin roast, boneless loin chops and boneless ham.
Cook lean pork with minimal oils to prevent adding unnecessary
calories and fat.
http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/healthiest-way-cook-lean-pork-3583.html
I'm making meat loaf this weekend. Two pounds of hamburger, half
pound of lean ground pork. Two eggs, onions and seasoning. Mix well
and roll flat on wax paper. Add cheese to the top. Carefully lift the
wax paper and roll into a loaf. Place meatloaf pan on top and
carefully flip over. Bake at 375 degrees until it 160 degrees. Keep in
mind it will keep cooking after you remove it from the oven.
You might enjoy my latest idea (wonderful or horrible? who knows?)
which is to use the device my GF got for boring the flesh from a
pineapple. This leaves you with a lovely spiral of fruit (on which a
plash of Grand Marnier does wonders) and an intact fleshy pineapple
skin. My idea is to get a pork loin roast, cut the strings, and put
one of the halves into that skin with herbs, bacon, whatever, and slow
roast it until done. (the other half of loin roast can be cut into
boneless pork chops---or get two pineapples).

I shall be trying this next month, after we are back from Cuba. More
to follow.
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42, dumbass.
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Krishna says:

I am seated in everyone’s heart, and from Me come remembrance,
knowledge and forgetfulness. By all the Vedas, I am to be known.
Indeed, I am the compiler of Vedanta, and I am the knower of the
Vedas. - Bg 15.15


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http://www.touchtalent.com//artist/118705/jahnu-das
Les Hellawell
2016-08-20 06:39:11 UTC
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I am seated in everyone’s heart...
Hpw many of these fucking gods are sat in 'our heart'? We have
the Christian god sat there and now a far eastern god.

What else?

I think we should be told.

It is hardly any wonder people have heart attacks if they are
full of gods sucking our blood

Is there any kind of god spray or medicine we can get to rid ourselves
of these pesky bloodsuckers?

Les Hellawell
Greeting from
YORKSHIRE - The White Rose County

Martin Luther wrote:
"Faith must trample underfoot all sense, reason and understanding

Which means that if Luther practised what he preached
nothing he ever said made any sense
Smiler
2016-08-20 15:06:00 UTC
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I am seated in everyone’s heart...
Hpw many of these fucking gods are sat in 'our heart'? We have the
Christian god sat there and now a far eastern god.
What else?
I think we should be told.
It is hardly any wonder people have heart attacks if they are full of
gods sucking our blood
Is there any kind of god spray or medicine we can get to rid ourselves
of these pesky bloodsuckers?
Try Godbegone.
https://www.youtube.com/user/godbegone
--
Smiler, The godless one.
aa #2279
Gods are all tailored to order. They are made
to exactly fit the prejudices of the believer.
Kevrob
2016-08-20 15:27:20 UTC
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I am seated in everyone’s heart...
Hpw many of these fucking gods are sat in 'our heart'? We have the
Christian god sat there and now a far eastern god.
What else?
I think we should be told.
It is hardly any wonder people have heart attacks if they are full of
gods sucking our blood
Is there any kind of god spray or medicine we can get to rid ourselves
of these pesky bloodsuckers?
Meat tip, especially for grilling: marinate in the fridge
before cooking. It allows you to get the most out of cheaper cuts,
and....

[quote]

When meat is flame cooked at high temperature, cancer-causing agents
called Heterocyclic Amines (HCAs) can be produced. You may have seen
it in the news at different times over the last few years. The use of
marinades may actually discourage the formation of HCAs on char-grilled
meats.

Of course you still have to be careful and follow some basic food
safety practices when using marinade recipes, too. Clean surfaces
thoroughly and avoid excess contamination. Throw out any leftover
marinade that has come into contact with raw meat. And always
marinate in the refrigerator.

[/quote]


http://www.streetdirectory.com/food_editorials/cooking/recipes/5_useful_reason_why_marinade_recipes_works.html

So, healthier, too. Works for fish, also. Last night I
grilled a swordfish steak, marinated in lemon juice, soy sauce
and olive oil. Had it with sweet potato fries and steamed sweet
corn from a local farmstand. Delicious. The fish was on sale, so
an inexpensive repast.

Evangelical vegitarians who push their lifestyle because they
think it healthier are one thing. The ones who declare it a moral
obligation are no better than religious nuts. And some, inspired
by some bronze age mumbo-jumbo demanding we eschew meat, ARE
religious nuts.

I hope everyone is enjoying the USA's National Bacon Lover's today!

https://foodimentary.com/2015/08/20/august-20-is-national-bacon-lovers-day/

Kevin R





Kevin R
raven1
2016-08-20 15:07:57 UTC
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bitch moan whine
I am seated in everyone’s heart...
Hpw many of these fucking gods are sat in 'our heart'? We have
the Christian god sat there and now a far eastern god.
What else?
I think we should be told.
It is hardly any wonder people have heart attacks if they are
full of gods sucking our blood
Is there any kind of god spray or medicine we can get to rid ourselves
of these pesky bloodsuckers?
The Acme Corporation sells a wide variety of Bullshit Detectors that
are very effective in diagnosing god-infestations, after which the
Reason vaccine can be successfully administered. Unless, as with
Jahnu, the patient's brain has already dissolved.
Andrew
2016-08-20 22:01:43 UTC
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I am seated in everyone's heart...
Hpw many of these fucking gods are sat in 'our heart'? We have
the Christian god sat there and now a far eastern god.
What else?
I think we should be told.
"And I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new
spirit in you. I will take out your stony, stubborn heart
and give you a tender, responsive heart. And I will put
my Spirit in you so that you will follow my decrees and
be careful to do them." ~ The True and Living God


Ezekiel 36:26,27
Kevrob
2016-08-21 00:40:51 UTC
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"And I will give you a new heart,
I draw the line at organ meats. Now, if it makes its way into
sausage, just don't tell me, and i'll probably enjoy it.

Kevin R
Alex W.
2016-08-21 03:32:14 UTC
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Post by Andrew
"And I will give you a new heart,
I draw the line at organ meats. Now, if it makes its way into
sausage, just don't tell me, and i'll probably enjoy it.
Liver, kidneys, spleen, brains, thymus, stomach .... all hugely tasty
and nutritious!

More than that, it's a form of respect. If we are going to be killing
animals for our eating pleasure, surely they deserve to be eaten whole.
To kill a cow or a pig and to only use the choicest cuts and toss the
rest out to be fed to our pets is a serious waste....
raven1
2016-08-20 15:04:13 UTC
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Krishna says: Oh, look, my dumbass devotee Jesper is spouting
scripture at atheists again. When will he ever learn?
Fixed it for you, dumbass.
Jahnu
2016-08-23 03:59:10 UTC
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"The soul is atomic in size and can be perceived by perfect
intelligence. This atomic soul is floating in the five kinds of air
[prana, apana, vyana, samana and udana]. The soul is situated within
the heart, and it spreads its influence all over the body of the
embodied living entities. When the soul is purified from the
contamination of the five kinds of material air, its spiritual
influence is exhibited."

-- Mundaka Upanishad, 3.1.9


Have a look at my art -

http://youtu.be/uWw9o4DMHMo - God the Supreme Designer
http://youtu.be/y4F6tkoYZok - Planet Plant
http://youtu.be/e_ejv98XyL8 - Nature
http://youtu.be/2uRbsf9Vzg8 - Sudder street
http://youtu.be/YHcWgSevItk - Poster Boy
http://youtu.be/5_Q4HgqOVK4 - Microbes


http://www.touchtalent.com//artist/118705/jahnu-das
raven1
2016-08-23 11:27:16 UTC
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bitch moan whine
"The soul is atomic in size and can be perceived by perfect
intelligence. This atomic soul is floating in the five kinds of air
[prana, apana, vyana, samana and udana]. The soul is situated within
the heart, and it spreads its influence all over the body of the
embodied living entities. When the soul is purified from the
contamination of the five kinds of material air, its spiritual
influence is exhibited."
Wow, that's a whole lot of woo there, Jesper! They *told* you not to
take the brown acid!

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