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  1. Thread: RFID Madness

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    RFID Madness

    I think this must by now be a familiar topic -- the ability of new technology to pose new threats to our health, general well-being, and social life, as well as to open new possibilities for us.
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    It's a number of things. In fact, there are so...

    It's a number of things. In fact, there are so many sides to it and the whole thing is so complex that the full problem couldn't even be stated briefly.

    Yes, you're right that the angle at the...
  3. ROTFL. I dunno why there are still two pages...

    ROTFL.

    I dunno why there are still two pages left to the thread.


    I mean one could say, "The Paleo Diet? Did you actually read it? Here 'tis. It's (a) not forced on anyone, and (b) not a...
  4. 7' 2" Dutch bodybuilder dressed as an orc visits the supermarket ...

    Don't mind this 7ft2in Lord of the Rings orc, he's just buying milk from a supermarket in Holland | Metro News
  5. I don't know that it would necessarily have to be...

    I don't know that it would necessarily have to be the Paleo Diet, but I think there's some evidence that something closer to an "ancestral" diet helps. I mean some kind of diet that:

    (1) is...
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    Yeah, that's good. That one seems to be an...

    Yeah, that's good. That one seems to be an English folksong:

    All Things Are Quite Silent (Roud 2532)

    Her husband's been press-ganged. I think there's a version of the Scottish folksong "The...
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    Surely we haven't finished with Scottish...

    Surely we haven't finished with Scottish folksongs yet.

    Here's Steeleye Span singing an old song about a newly married Galloway lass whose seafaring husband is drowned at sea.

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    Here's Jed Marum again, playing the Scottish...

    Here's Jed Marum again, playing the Scottish folktune that's usually used for the "Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond" but here used with an Irish song called "Red is the Rose":

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    Here's Steve Hackett playing the Skye Boat Song:...

    Here's Steve Hackett playing the Skye Boat Song:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwsaxnpXjkE
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    More than one reason I daresay. And likely more...

    More than one reason I daresay. And likely more visible if you're strained or overtired.

    However, this is one of several phenomena that are said to point to poor breathing, which has in turn been...
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    Thanks for the links. The Folky Gibbon is great...

    Thanks for the links. The Folky Gibbon is great fun!



    Here's an old Scottish song -- Annie Laurie. Two versions. First Isobel Baillie in 1943:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7d_jZCgNpcM...
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    This is so funny ...

    I just heard this on Evan Brand's (usually very entertaining and informative) podcast.

    He was talking to T. S. Wiley (the author of Lights Out.) I may have misunderstood this, but I understood...
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    Oh, dear Todd Durkin off the rails

    I always thought Todd Durkin was a pretty cool guy.

    I'm not so sure now.



    Err why?

    * Pork -- specially if properly outdoor-raised -- sounds fine to me
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    Indeed! Phil Anderson seems a pretty...

    Indeed!

    Phil Anderson seems a pretty impressive guitar player -- indeed, multi-instrumentalist.

    I found the band that he produced that got the best debit album for a Scottish folk-band award:
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    McClure? -- do you remember Doug McClure as...

    McClure? -- do you remember Doug McClure as Trampas in The Virginian?

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    I also seem to recall him in a film version of that Conan Doyle lost world story. Fairly well-muscled and well able...
  16. it's not unusual for people to experience this...

    it's not unusual for people to experience this while transitioning to a low-carb diet. The standard Paleo Diet -- see here:

    The Paleo Answer: 7 Days to Lose Weight, Feel Great, Stay Young: Loren...
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    Mo Nighean Dubh (my dark-haired maid)! There's a...

    Mo Nighean Dubh (my dark-haired maid)! There's a Percy Grainger arrangement of that:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSFVfPW0qoA


    Grainger was quite an eccentric. He used to run between...
  18. AFAICT, that distillery certainly does (or has)...

    AFAICT, that distillery certainly does (or has) used E150. If they're not currently, for at least some expressions, then good for them. Or did they merely avoid adding it in what's exported to the...
  19. I found something else … Distilleries caught...

    I found something else …

    Distilleries caught with their pants down. It seems that under Swedish law it's obligatory to declare what's been added to the whisky. Hence by reading labels in Sweden...
  20. Scotch Malt Whisky that *doesn't* contain E150A food colouring

    I've no time to post much on this. Briefly, some whisky makers add E150 (specifically E150A) color (caramel) to their whisky. It's even licit to do so where the whisky is malt Scotch whisky under...
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    Is civilisation really so bad?

    This is a thought that I've found popping into my head a few times recently. I'll explain what I mean.

    I keep coming across silly people in the "paleosphere" who talk as if civilisation were a...
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    Multiple Murder in the U.S. Again

    I just heard about this one:



    Sensible of the ladies in question if that's what he's like, one immediately thinks.

    Here's the link:

    California drive-by shooting: 'Son of Hunger Games...
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    Depends who you ask. Not even on some people's...

    Depends who you ask. Not even on some people's radar. Others in paleo, or in the wider "Ancestral Health" movement think it matters a great deal.



    Yes -- or that people have concerns about at...
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    Isn't there a both a touch of complacency and a...

    Isn't there a both a touch of complacency and a readiness to condemn others in that, Viking999? Not a jab at you: I know the temptation to do this myself, too.


    AFAICT, the drugs companies have...
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    AFAIK, he still is. He was suspended by his...

    AFAIK, he still is.

    He was suspended by his professional association for six months for lying under oath. But, presumably, those six months being up he's back cutting people up now.
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