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Old 09-04-2006, 07:32 PM   #1
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Maybe if he was looking through his sites instead of the camera......
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Well actually think there is some wisdom in the message. Human's aint designed to be carnivores. That old pesky long snakey gut we got aint efficient in dealing with large amounts of cooked meat. Little cooked meat about once a week is plenty. Just enough to gather up some B vitamins. Or you can take it raw which works just fine and you can eat all you want. Eskimoes proved that. Long as they was living on whale blubber and half rotten raw fish they was some of the healthiest folks on earth. When the evil white man came with Spam, Twinkies, bbq and Falstaff their health started to deteriorate. Now they generally tend to be the sickest folks on earth.

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What Nick said!


Falstaff is still around ?
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Old 09-04-2006, 08:16 PM   #4
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whats falstaf?
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Old 09-04-2006, 08:21 PM   #5
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whats falstaf?
When I was a teen( about 3 yrs. ago) it was some of the finest cheap beer 4 dudes could pool their $ together to buy
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Falstaff hasn't been distributed in Alaska in the 36 years I've lived here.

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Falstaff hasn't been distributed in Alaska in the 36 years I've lived here.

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Heck, Falstaff was considered high-class beer compared to what Griff and I drank in college -- Drewry's at $2.99 a case. In returnable bottles. :P

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Wasn't Falstaff an opera?
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Jerry Jeff Walker spoke highly of Falstaff beer in one of his songs.
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whats falstaf?
When I was a teen( about 3 yrs. ago) it was some of the finest cheap beer 4 dudes could pool their $ together to buy
Oh. Our beer of choice in those days was Blatz. $0.79 for a six pack.
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Well actually think there is some wisdom in the message. Human's aint designed to be carnivores. That old pesky long snakey gut we got aint efficient in dealing with large amounts of cooked meat. Little cooked meat about once a week is plenty. Just enough to gather up some B vitamins. Or you can take it raw which works just fine and you can eat all you want. Eskimoes proved that. Long as they was living on whale blubber and half rotten raw fish they was some of the healthiest folks on earth. When the evil white man came with Spam, Twinkies, bbq and Falstaff their health started to deteriorate. Now they generally tend to be the sickest folks on earth.

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Blatz was a favorite as well as Boone's Farm wine! Well, maybe Thunderbird was cheaper!
Ahhh.....Boones Farm...still cheap and still tasty
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Old 09-06-2006, 01:46 AM   #15
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For the real wine connoisseur.....MD 20/20.
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Blatz was a favorite as well as Boone's Farm wine! Well, maybe Thunderbird was cheaper!
Ahhh.....Boones Farm...still cheap and still tasty
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For the real wine connoisseur.....MD 20/20.
Hey, I drank both of those! Needed something to chase that Blatz beer with!

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For the real wine connoisseur.....MD 20/20.
Man I almost forgot about that one
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cheap wine, cheap beer, and bad food all make me wanna

well.. some cheap beer is ok...
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