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2013-05-26 04:19:51 PM
8 votes:
As soon as I switched to raw milk, it was pretty clear my body was getting better.  I started vomiting and shiatting out all the stuff from the milk products I'd been drinking for decades.  I've lost 60 pounds in just 4 weeks, and I've been saving a lot of gas money because I'm too sick to go anywhere!  These Monsanto creeps and their Pasteurized Milk are the same idiots who keep trying to get us to use vaccines and antibiotics.  Anyone who's been on the caveman diet knows that the human body only naturally processes meat and creek water.  Next you'll be trying to get people to drink out of city water lines.
2013-05-26 04:37:01 PM
5 votes:
I would just like to point out that raw milk can be rendered perfectly safe by the simple expedient of adding ample quantities of Kahlua and Vodka.  Out of an abundance of caution I also treat all my store bought milk this way, just incase some evil dairy farmer slipped raw milk passed the inspectors.
2013-05-26 03:56:32 PM
4 votes:
this is america! contracting food-borne illnesses isn't a privilege it is a right!

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2013-05-26 03:17:45 PM
4 votes:
Pasteurizing milk contaminates it with phlogiston and messes with your midichlorians unless you sleep under a pyramid.

/hey, we're doing this over the ether-net so why not?
2013-05-26 02:07:19 PM
4 votes:
We as a people have really pushed to undo all of the health advances of the 20th century.  Darwin approves, we have too many people in the world.
2013-05-26 09:10:44 PM
3 votes:

John Buck 41: Dinjiin: John Buck 41: Based on your earlier posts in this thread as well as this one, I'm guessing you either work for Big Dairy or are a lobbyist for them.

Then you guessed wrong.

Ok. You have a lot of input in this subject that doesn't affect you, though. Very strange.


Is this your first time on the Internet?
2013-05-26 03:46:37 PM
3 votes:
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2013-05-26 03:22:28 PM
3 votes:

SN1987a goes boom: Somaticasual: Folks, you can chance raw milk if you really want to feel different or ultra-organic.
But really - there's a very good reason pasteurization was a breakthrough: people dying or getting ridiculously sick from illnesses caused by, wait for it - raw milk.  The FDA didn't ban its sale to piss off the hippies - it banned it in the interest of public health.

I can't believe people are stupid enough to not know this.  I mean, its like boiling contaminated water.  This is basic.


That's "Natural Water", you fascist.
2013-05-26 03:21:29 PM
3 votes:
As a raw milk advocate, I'm getting a kick...

...does anyone have some Pepto?
2013-05-26 06:22:50 PM
2 votes:

underwhere: awalkingecho: Alternatively we can get around to accepting the fact that we're the only species who utilizes the milk of a mammal that isn't our own and that it's not natural, and just stop drinking EITHER.

That works too.

We're also the only species to drive cars and that's not natural so let's stop. Oh and forget the internet. No other animal has that so let's just shut it down.


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If you say so.
2013-05-26 04:03:32 PM
2 votes:

thisiszombocom: The only logical solution to this problem is to have a milk woman in every kitchen whose sole purpose is to expose her teats and provide fresh milk


Dibs on Scarlett Johansson
2013-05-26 03:52:38 PM
2 votes:

Sim Tree: I severly headshake at the raw milk bufoonery; given that, I still beleive that the guy deserves a fair trial. I don't sit well with the idea that a judge can ban him from raising any sort of defense.


I think for a crime of this magnitude, a severe headshake alone won't do it.  You'll need at least a finger waggle and a harrumph.
2013-05-26 03:35:55 PM
2 votes:

Sharksfan: Milk is gross and I don't drink it.  Seriously...why on earthy would you want to drink another animals milk?


Yeah, why drink their milk. Our species makes milk. While we're at, let's stop eating their meat. Our species makes meat.
2013-05-26 03:35:27 PM
2 votes:
thefleer.com
2013-05-26 09:27:36 PM
1 votes:

John Buck 41: Dinjiin: John Buck 41: Based on your earlier posts in this thread as well as this one, I'm guessing you either work for Big Dairy or are a lobbyist for them.

Then you guessed wrong.

Ok. You have a lot of input in this subject that doesn't affect you, though. Very strange.


This is fark, and you think that's strange?

You're new around here aren't you?
2013-05-26 08:29:53 PM
1 votes:

wambu: Wow. This is debate more contentious than which way the toilet paper should face.

/FWIW, it works the same hung either way.


You DO know why 9/11 happened, right?

Someone took all the poliet laper in the WTC and hung it so it came off the back instead of the front.

BOOM.  Sucked those airplanes in like a Hoover.

Everything else is just a cover-up because Big TP doesn't want to be liable.

/you do NOT squeeze the Charmin
2013-05-26 06:21:53 PM
1 votes:

AbbeySomeone: Carth: If you've never had raw milk before you're missing out. The stuff tastes delicious and will make normal store bought milk seem undrinkable after  a few wee

..... the feel of cow teat stayed with some of us forever.


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2013-05-26 05:37:36 PM
1 votes:

The Pope of Manwich Village: [www.marlerblog.com image 678x472]


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2013-05-26 04:37:49 PM
1 votes:

Carth: 9 million people regularly drink raw milk in the US and 200 got sick. Those are pretty good odds and better than the numbers for medium rare beef.


I have doubts that three percent of the US population regularly drinks raw milk.

Me?  The only milk I drink is straight from the breasts of Cambodian immigrants.
2013-05-26 04:23:47 PM
1 votes:
rewind2846:

Before labeling something as "foolish", why not look into the history of why it exists?

Well, it exists because people back then weren't as smart as today.  Proof: They must not have been very smart if they were dying from easily preventable diseases that we don't have nowadays.

/it's not circular logic, it's Mobeius
2013-05-26 04:14:43 PM
1 votes:

Mentalpatient87: awalkingecho: and sucking on the teat

Uhh, I don't know about you, dude, but I get my milk in a jug. You know that doesn't help your argument, right? And I'm gonna need to see a citation for
......


Teat.  Jug.  Whatever.  ;)
2013-05-26 04:11:46 PM
1 votes:
Carth:

The risks really aren't as great as some people claim. Around 200 people got sick from raw milk/cheese in 2002 (last year i could find data for) most at risk are kids and immunocompromised. When you consider 48 million people in the US every year have some foodborne illness it seems foolish so many states regulate raw cheese/milk

And can you guess why only 200 or so people got sick? BECAUSE THE OTHERS DRANK PASTEURIZED MILK.
Extrapolate how many more would get ill if everyone drank that sh*t.

Many more people got sick before Louis found his little trick. It's not foolish that something so simple as a little heat could prevent so much misery, and that's why states regulate dairy products. Why don't we stop immunizing children or let manufacturers of sleepwear use all the flammable materials they want? Let's put those hard metal dashboards and spikey spoked metal steering wheels back into cars again!

Before labeling something as "foolish", why not look into the history of why it exists?
2013-05-26 03:57:07 PM
1 votes:
The only logical solution to this problem is to have a milk woman in every kitchen whose sole purpose is to expose her teats and provide fresh milk
2013-05-26 03:43:47 PM
1 votes:

awalkingecho: underwhere: awalkingecho: Alternatively we can get around to accepting the fact that we're the only species who utilizes the milk of a mammal that isn't our own and that it's not natural, and just stop drinking EITHER.

That works too.

We're also the only species to drive cars and that's not natural so let's stop. Oh and forget the internet. No other animal has that so let's just shut it down.

I'm not sure either of those things require enzymes most of our bodies weren't equipped for. When was the last time you met someone who was intolerant of those natures?


Never been car sick, eh?
2013-05-26 03:30:03 PM
1 votes:
I go a whole different route on this one.

Milk is gross and I don't drink it.  Seriously...why on earthy would you want to drink another animals milk?

Total hypocrite disclaimer: I love cheese....
2013-05-26 03:25:08 PM
1 votes:
Wow. Phone-like typing detected.
2013-05-26 03:21:56 PM
1 votes:
I could see Canada clamping down on raw milk or other fairly unsafe food products since the government pays a significant portion of the populations medical expenses. In the states why wouldn't a waiver stating that the consumer assumes the risks related to the product be more than enough? Some hippy wants dirty milk? Sure, but they assume the risks and waive their right to sue for the foreseeable health problems associated with the product. Let the insurance companies decide if they cover sickness caused by negligence. Hospitals will make cash from the sick hippies and employers can fire sick milk drinkers for missing work .
2013-05-26 03:20:59 PM
1 votes:
Voldemilk?
2013-05-26 03:11:10 PM
1 votes:

Metalupis: Somaticasual: Folks, you can chance raw milk if you really want to feel different or ultra-organic.
But really - there's a very good reason pasteurization was a breakthrough: people dying or getting ridiculously sick from illnesses caused by, wait for it - raw milk.  The FDA didn't ban its sale to piss off the hippies - it banned it in the interest of public health.

Really glad this was the Weeners


It could be in the weeners all day 'erry day, for all the good it does in the real world. When it comes to food, "If I've never gotten sick off of it, it's 100% awesome and good and stop taking away muh freedoms". Or at least that's the response I get from my fellow Wisconsinites.
2013-05-26 03:10:45 PM
1 votes:

basemetal: We as a people have really pushed to undo all of the health advances of the 20th century.  Darwin approves, we have too many people in the world.


That's the real conspiracy.

Lower the world population by spreading FUD about food, vaccines, and sanitation.
2013-05-26 02:05:06 PM
1 votes:
Folks, you can chance raw milk if you really want to feel different or ultra-organic.
But really - there's a very good reason pasteurization was a breakthrough: people dying or getting ridiculously sick from illnesses caused by, wait for it - raw milk.  The FDA didn't ban its sale to piss off the hippies - it banned it in the interest of public health.
 
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