It's not deja vu.
It's like I'm reading your posts 30 minutes before I do.
I think about something to talk about and find someone already wrote it.
Even posts as personal and individual as introductions
seem as if I was the one that wrote it.
Maybe it has something to do with the fact
that I have neither slept nor eaten much at all for the past two days.
It's like the world is a mirror.
Everything I think gets spat back at me.
Maybe I respect you all so much as my peers
that my mind registers the words I read as if I were writing them.
The downside is I don't learn much
from our highly intellectual conversations
I just keep getting the same old interesting subjects I've heard before.
Anybody want to tackle this psychological puzzle?
Maybe we should talk about something more practical?
...like how a fatty gel headed sack of seawater can avoid a pinebox?
Half the "food" in the world is a product of dietary warfare.
Can you imagine the death toll of a single McDonalds?
Wheat, Corn = Osteoporosis + Insulin Resistance/Diabetes
Potato, Squash, Tomato = the same family as DEADLY NIGHTSHADE!?!
Meat = Antibiotics, pestisides, herbicides (thats anti-bio/pest/herb)
How many years did you not even know what the real purpose of food was?
What did you put in your mouth?!?
I say we burn some poisonous crops to starve the rodents.
Hunta, Bubonic, and how many more plagues could be fought?
Hit 2 birds with one stone.
Pets are, what, a billion dollar burdon on our economy?
They will not save us.
They contribute nothing but disease.
Send all dogs and cats to Austrailia,
the dogs to kill the frogs
and the cats to kill the rats.
The snakes will take them both out afterwards.
Burn the fields.
Kills the animals.
The plague is not coming; the plagues are here already.
I don't know about you, but I want to survive.
I did not say this, you did not hear this from me. ;-)
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