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[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 09:03:49 EDT from Grey Elf @ Uncensored

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If you can't remember all the ingredients, you shouldn't eat it.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 09:19:01 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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cheez whiz is not a fiid. it's a garnish.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 09:19:55 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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ooops.. fiid shoulda been food. stupid treo with tiny keyboard and my big thumbs.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 09:29:17 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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You need to move to a place where they have bigger keyboards.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 09:58:41 EDT from Grey Elf @ Uncensored

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Or get smaller thumbs.

Thankfully I've a knife and a few free moments sunday. :>

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 11:43:39 EDT from girthta @ Uncensored

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You could use someone else's small thumbs?

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 11:57:18 EDT from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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Bread might be worse for me than a salad, but if I eat only the salad, I'll be hungry in an hour.  Bread fills me up a little more.  But I only eat bread a few times a week and it's 100% whole wheat most of the time. 

I remember in college I used to like heating jars of cheez whiz (in a hot pot full of water because I had no microwave) and dipping pretzels into it for a snack.  Wasn't half bad, but I wouldn't do that sort of thing today.

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 12:19:31 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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anyone who thinks that cheez whiz is food.... is using an extremely broad definition of the word food...

[#] Thu Oct 26 2006 17:22:56 EDT from Magus @ Uncensored

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Oct 26 2006 9:10am from curly surmudgeon @dogpound2 (Dog Pound BBS II)
many women perform some kind of ritual cleansing of their hands and feet
with acetone.

WhoaO! Curly learns something new about the females of our species,
post .jpgs!

Unable to tell whether you're being serious or not, I'll bite. Acetone is the
primary ingredient in most nail polish removers.

[#] Fri Oct 27 2006 12:52:08 EDT from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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Thu 26 Oct 2006 05:22:56 PM EDT from Magus@uncnsrd

> Oct 26 2006 9:10am from curly surmudgeon @dogpound2 (Dog Pound BBS II)
> >many women perform some kind of ritual cleansing of their hands and feet
> >with acetone.
> WhoaO! Curly learns something new about the females of our species,
>post .jpgs!

Unable to tell whether you're being serious or not, I'll bite. Acetone is the
primary ingredient in most nail polish removers.


[#] Sat Oct 28 2006 02:31:23 EDT from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Came across this interesting tid-bit today;
(cut & pasted from the website below):::

Other findings Dr. Staninger presented at the conference:

1: The use of the biological pesticide Bacillus Thuringiensis for mosquito control in Santa Monica,
California has caused a surfacing of syphilis in individuals who had some infected blood
generational relative in the past that had syphilis, meaning either their mother or father had
had syphilis before giving birth to the individual, passing off a DNA mutation of the virus to
the child, and now these people are developing syphilis after being exposed to this pesticide.

2: 63 % of the patients diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) have a hidden lung worm,
Cryptostronylus pulmoni cultured from their sputum.

FDA Approved New Virus Sprays For Foods - August, 2006.

The FDA approved nano-virile protein bacteria eaters that work on deli meats and other ready-to-
eat foods in August, 2006. Food manufacturers started spraying this new nantechnology viruses
on meats and vegetables in August 2006.

Intralytix Corporation, based in Baltimore, first petitioned the FDA in 2002 to allow the viruses to
be used as an additive. It has since licensed the product to a multinational company, which is
marketing the virus spray worldwide.

The viruses are known as bacteriophages, viruses that kill bacteria, or phages for short. Phages
have been around a long time, living as parasites inside many bacteria.

Intralytix uses biotechnology to grow viral phages in a culture with Listeria, in theory teaching the
viruses to recognize the bacteria. The FDA-approved cocktail contains six different viruses
intended to attack one strain of bacteria.

This mixture is then sprayed on food. If Listeria is present in the food, the bacteria will ingest the
viruses. This results in massive viral replication inside the bacteria, until such point as the
bacteria simply bursts. This battle results in significant production of bacterial poisons called
“endotoxins”, as the bacteria tries to defend itself. When the bacteria burst, these
endotoxins are released. These, along with the victorious live viruses, will now be on the food that will
be eaten, ingested into the human body.

The stated goal of the new FDA-approved viruses is to kill a rare bacterium known as Listeria
monocytogenes. This bacterium is killed by cooking; however, it poses a problem in meats that are
cooked during processing and not cooked again prior to consumption, so it can readily infect
foods such as deli meats.

The FDA and Intralytix would like us to believe that these viruses will only attack the specified
bacteria they are intended to kill and will be harmless to humans. Wrong ! There is no way they can
possibly guarantee such safety. Viruses such as HIV recognize human cells such a T-Cells and
Natural Killer cells. The HIV virus attacks and destroys these human cells. Therfore, this new
spray-on virus can potentially recognize normal bacterial cells in the human digestive tract
and may be able to adapt to infect one or more of these friendly bacteria in the human colon.

The human immune system reacts directly to viral phages. Someone who eats a lot of processed
deli meat is certain to evoke an immune reaction to the viruses. What will this reaction
be? Allergy? Asthma? Autoimmunity? Morgellons? Cancer? How can the FDA approve a
food additive that it knows can induce a variety of human immune responses? Phages, such as
this viral spray are equipped to disrupt normal immunity that they are being considered for use
as part of organ transplant medicine. What are these people thinking inventing these things?

Now Your Wondering? What Does This Have To Do With Morgellons Sufferers?

FDA, EPA and Nanotechnology

Nanotechnlogy is the ability to control things at an atomic and molecular scale of between one and
100 nanometers and has been met with enthusiasm across a variety of industries. Critics
highlight the murky area of how nanoparticles affect toxicity and say nanoparticles should be treated as
new, potentially harmful materials and tested for safety accordingly. (5)

Unlike pharmaceuticals, which must go through a series of pre-market approvals, finished dietary
supplements need no pre-market approval. Under the Dietary Supplement Health and
Education Act (DSHEA), which is part of the Food and Cosmetic Act, only ingredients not marketed in
the US before October 1994 must be approved by FDA before use in consumer products. Thus,
as it stands, pre-market regulation of nanotechnology in dietary supplements, biological
pesticides, and other man made nanotechnology does not fall under FDA, EPA, OSHA,
FIFRA and other regulatory agencies in the USA, just for the simple reason that the
nanotechnology is so small that the conventional regulatory laboratory methods do not have equipment
to measure at 9 decimals below the zero and are only addressing 3 and 4 decimals
(ppm, ppb, and ppt). " (Staninger, Dr. Hildegarde, ibid.)

The above is the "tip" of the iceberg. There are now many, many thousands of Moregellons victims
across the globe. And the numbers are growing daily. The disease is "unknown" by the
CDC, and was instructed by certain members of Congress last July to form a health team to
immediately study the findings and report back to them. As yet, the CDC has not come to any
conclusion as to what is causing Morgellons. However, some of the proof is in. More is on its
way as this private research continues. Isn't it amazing how private individuals in the medical
fields have to find the causes of such things as this, yet, the CDC is given billions of
dollars by the government each year to operate? These tests, which cost in excess of $30,000, were
paid for by private citizens to "find" the cause of Morgellons.

Please call, write, email your Congressman TODAY to issue an order to the FDA to halt the use of
these genetically modified viral protein envelope "concoctions" on foods. This is a very serious
matter. Please email your friends about this information and get your friends and family
involved in writing your Congressman to halt this insidiuous assault on our food supply and
our environment. Your call will help in preventing untold millions to suffer, you and your
family included!

Write, email, call, fax, your Congressman today. You can find their contact information here:

Dunno if this is Listeria or Hysteria, but I do like my Deli meats. Mmmm... Sammiches...

[#] Sat Oct 28 2006 03:27:49 EDT from Magus @ Uncensored

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WTF? Can anybody tell me if that was interesting enough that I should go find a grammatically correct article on the topic so I don't have to work to understand what they're trying to say?

[#] Sat Oct 28 2006 14:31:12 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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2Dog: that was an interesting article you posted, but I've moved it to Health and Wellness where discussion would be more on-topic. Thanks for sharing it with us.

[#] Sat Oct 28 2006 23:33:52 EDT from nadia @ Uncensored

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so who's up for a ritual cleansing in toluene?

[#] Sat Oct 28 2006 23:39:46 EDT from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Only if we can pour it on a rag and inhale it!

[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 01:39:14 EDT from nadia @ Uncensored

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that's *only* for chloroform

[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 04:42:08 EST from Magus @ Uncensored

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How about adding nitrogen in a few places?

[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 16:30:56 EST from nadia @ Uncensored

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we've already got enough of that

[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 19:28:42 EST from Curly Surmudgeon @ Haven BBS

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Oct 26 2006 5:22pm from Magus @uncnsrd (Uncensored)
Oct 26 2006 9:10am from curly surmudgeon @dogpound2 (Dog Pound BBS II)

many women perform some kind of ritual cleansing of their hands and
with acetone.

WhoaO! Curly learns something new about the females of our species,

post .jpgs!

Unable to tell whether you're being serious or not, I'll bite. Acetone
is the
primary ingredient in most nail polish removers.

Thanks. Now post .jpgs. And use a wide-angle lens...

[#] Sun Oct 29 2006 19:37:20 EST from Curly Surmudgeon @ Haven BBS

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Oct 29 2006 4:30pm from nadia @uncnsrd (Uncensored)
we've already got enough of that

I think you're talking about methane.

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