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2012-10-02 02:52:02 AM  
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Isn't it just amazing how God designed our bodies from the start to be able to survive all that stuff?

Praise Jesus.
2012-10-02 02:49:40 AM  
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Perhaps if our bodies had a means, a system if you will, to combat pathogens and render our bodies immune to them... What would such a theoretical thing be called?

Pure supposition, obviously, since our bodies don't have such a thing.
2012-10-02 02:19:15 AM  
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It can be statistically proven! Everyone that has breathed air WILL DIE! Eventually
2012-10-02 01:53:49 AM  
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A note to hypochondriacs: holding your breathe may keep viruses from coming into your body, but as a lifestyle choice, it has some drawbacks.

WHAT DRAWBACKS? I need to balance out the two propositions!!!
2012-10-02 12:23:19 AM  
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Scientists have discovered that stomach cancer is caused by swallowing minute amounts of saliva over the course of many years.
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