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robertscott
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Post by robertscott » Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:08 am

ooh i feel a :spam1: coming on


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Post by robertscott » Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:57 am

dammit my spam thing didn't work!

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Post by hoosegow » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:13 am

You have to uncheck the 'Disable Smilies in this post' box at the bottom. :downtown:

(because I haven't used the motorboat smiley yet)

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Post by robertscott » Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:11 am

ah ok, cheers

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Post by frogbyte » Sun Nov 21, 2010 12:15 am

I'm not aware of levels of nicotine in farming, but in any case I'm much less concerned about the health affects of trace nicotine than trace Raid.

Interestingly I'm watching Stossel right now that's debating this. He argues that although non-organic food has 3-4x as much pesticide/herbicide content, the levels are too low in either case to matter because the FDA says either level is safe. Well, at the moment anyway I don't trust the FDA, so I'll take the lower levels if I have a choice, and the organic is just a tiny bit more.

On the same show an advocate argued that the tiny difference in the fat make up of grass fed beef wasn't worth it either. I'm not convinced of that either - I'd rather less O6 and more O3 whenever I can.

(This is not a political issue for me certainly. The left embraces it as a way to cut down on US fossil fuel usage and level the economic playing field. I don't care about that stuff.)


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