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“It's all about the struggle”

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Hidingfromyou wrote:
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The trend in hominin evolution is that our guts and teeth have been decreasing in size because our food became higher and higher quality. By the time you get to humans, we have small guts b/c of cooked and processed foods (by this I mean pickling and preserving of various kinds - there are lots of primitive ways to do this). When agriculture was invented 12 000 years ago, our guts got even smaller and our bones became slighter - and we became weaker.
I think the decrease is more likely because the foods we eat are softer and easier to chew and digest, not because the food is higher in quality.
Most of the food products in the stores are so full of empty calories that we eat more to satisfy unexplainable cravings. Other than salads many foods could be swallowed with no chewing required.
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Oct 10, 2012
 
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Glad you're devouring each and every word I write! I can't say the same for your insanity - it's just boring.
But, keep reading me! I'm sure you are learning lots. Well...how could you not be, really, starting with nothing.
Hey, have you tried coming out yet? Talking to a counselor?
I've noticed something else too, when you point out a kid online and say, your just a kid, they will normally respond and say, your a kid, just like what she did with me when I am clearly not a kid. I bet shes 16. How old are you else then?

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Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Bees pollinate all our crops. You don't think that contributes to us?
What about all our domestic animals and plants? You'd rather have to detoxify your plants first?
Have you ever ridden a horse?
Some horses only submit to one "master", others have been "broken" so bad that they submit their will to all riders.

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boooots wrote:
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Homosexuality is an exception to the general male-female orientation of humans. It is natural, though, the determining factor has not yet been identified, much like many other things about nature man has not yet completely figured out.
The fact is that there are and have always been a certain percentage of humans who grow up with a different sexual orientation than the majority.
In most of history, those people have been treated as if they are not human beings, even though some of the greatest advancements in civilization came from the work of people who were also homosexual. It seems that some of the homosexual people have a tendency to be more creative than the majority of people. I have no idea why.
I suppose when it comes to gay men who are more creative than most non-gay men, it could be that they are prone to utilize more of their right brain than other men, which gives them a higher sensitivity and that gives them greater skills in creativity. That is my guess; not an established fact (that I am aware of).
there is something VERY VERY wrong with you.
something is very wrong with someone who thinks a man sticking his 'willywonka' up another mans POOP hole is normal, or that
two woman thrasing about but never being able to have intercourse is in anyway normal, it's as ABnormal as one can be.

thats why there is no gay gene.....
thats why it was ALWAYS hidden and closeted
thats why it is viewed by the MAJORITY as .... wrong.

i know you are under restriction by HL not to communicate with me but thats ok, cause i had my say regardless.
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waaasssuuup wrote:
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no, not 6, but the truth doesn't change with age; it just keeps getting more defined and better all the time!:)
It is pathetically obvious waaasssuuup isn't six, dispite the crap that hidingfromyou said, thats what teens do to try to sound intimidating online, as if she is trying to act like shes much older talking to a child, that little bastard tried to do it with me too, talking to RR and me as children when where obviously both adults, I bet shes shaking or at least holding her breath or she feels her heart beating heavily and unrelaxed when she is being found out to be just a little girl, even her username and title, "why not stop hurting youself", "hiding from you", and "religion is sick and perveted", seem to imply teen angst.
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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Some horses only submit to one "master", others have been "broken" so bad that they submit their will to all riders.
Obviously if she was older she hidingfromyou would realise that bees and animals with simple farmwork and instinct is nothing compared to a person in their 30's and 40's raising kids, having a family, getting a relation, workign hard for sociaty, and all such more.
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Oct 10, 2012
 
Gate Keeper 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, you prefer science ideologies.
1) the earth is flat
2) if you travel too far you will fall off the earth
3) the earth my stop, and we will all fly off
4) Pluto is a planet, Pluto is not a planet
5) man evolvd from apes
6) man did not evolved apes, but man and ape have a common ancestor
7) man was once a fish
8) man was once a bird
9) man's oldest ancestor is homo fishbird
10)man's oldest ancestor is 195 million year old Jurassic rat
The bible has also said the earth was round, "God put water upon the surface of the earth", everybody said its flat, except christopher columbus, who proved the earth was round, and to this day we know the earth is round. How else could the authors of the bible know the earth was round and no flat without a God.

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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I was sold to some stranger by my father today. He bought me for 50 head of cattle. I hope he has showers...
I do.

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. we seem to be dwelling on what is or isn't natural. Here's a twist: there's nothing natural about nature because propriety and dominion do not exist. Without law, man would have the right to do whatever he desires to survive, attain pleasure and please his gods ..
.. humanity must learn to eat at the same table, decide universal laws free from myths, patriarchal text and murky concepts of nature that no two groups of people can agree upon ..
.. don't tell me something is unnatural because it offends your god. Your very beliefs offend my sense of equality, justice and freedom ..
Unnatural is whatever deters an organism from developing in a way that insures its continued good health, fertility and survival.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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So, assume that 99% of gays are happy being gay, ok? So then you'd assume that the 1% isn't happy with it. What's wrong with them seeking help or therapy to dissuade their tendancies?
Being gay is not a disease. It doesn't need therapy. If gay people want to be straight, it's only because of a culture that demeans them.

Gay people cannot make themselves prefer or lust after the opposite sex by any known means. Like everybody else, gay people should be protected from quack therapies wherever possible.

The state of California consider this quackery. Do you disagree? Do you think that this therapy makes gay men lust women, or gay women lust men?:

"California governor OKs ban on gay conversion therapy, calling it 'quackery" www.cnn.com/2012/10/01/us/california-gay-ther...
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That comment Hidingfromyou wrote about being sold off by her father, I am actually convinced she wasn't joking knowing the state we are assuming she is in. She is a prostitute where her dad is the pimp! LOL

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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I think the decrease is more likely because the foods we eat are softer and easier to chew and digest, not because the food is higher in quality.
Most of the food products in the stores are so full of empty calories that we eat more to satisfy unexplainable cravings. Other than salads many foods could be swallowed with no chewing required.
Your last statement is not just applicable to foods.

It's the same with religion.

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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Some horses only submit to one "master", others have been "broken" so bad that they submit their will to all riders.
Women are like this too?

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Orangelion wrote:
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Obviously if she was older she hidingfromyou would realise that bees and animals with simple farmwork and instinct is nothing compared to a person in their 30's and 40's raising kids, having a family, getting a relation, workign hard for sociaty, and all such more.
How does one get a relation?

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Gate Keeper 1 wrote:
Do you support the freedom for children to be born?
Children are already born. You must mean fetuses.

I support the right for mothers to have the children they want. I don't support the idea of fetal rights not granted by the mother.

It would be nice if every fetus was wanted and born into a good home. But that's just not the case.

Do you object to contraception that prevents a zygote from implanting? Is that fertilized cell a citizen with rights to you?
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Do you support the freedom for children to be born? Most gay atheists do not.
That's both untrue and defamatory.

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Your last statement is not just applicable to foods.
It's the same with religion.
Why is everything about religion with you?

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Women are like this too?
I wouldn't know.
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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I think the decrease is more likely because the foods we eat are softer and easier to chew and digest, not because the food is higher in quality.
Most of the food products in the stores are so full of empty calories that we eat more to satisfy unexplainable cravings. Other than salads many foods could be swallowed with no chewing required.
That obviously isn't true, as each generation ends up being bigger and stronger than the second, why haven't kids gotten smaller, their sedentary, oh no, instead their bigger, I bet 16 year olds during the 1950's were only 150lbs, now most tend to look around 175lbs. It should apply the same to the teeth, despite apparently being not being needed for what they were originally needed for several years back since food being less tough. What does that say about evolution? What is it that makes animals grow wings, fish grow feat? It is simply a theory made by darwin without any evidence or prove.

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Catcher1 wrote:
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How does one get a relation?
Oh shyt! When I glanced at this earlier I had a response ready to ask why you would want a "stallion". I think maybe it's time to get my eyes checked.:-/

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Aerobatty wrote:
I want to know which parts [of the bible] are metaphorical.
The embarrassing parts.

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