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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Introvert_Huntress View Post
    When you shake your head every time your stepmother keeps on saying: "Everything in moderation!" when talking about losing weight... (Got a few funny looks )

    When you try to convince your stepmother to go Primal and she agrees with you that it's a better diet for diabetics, but keeps on saying that whole grains and carbs are good... and you just shake your head and start explaining it all over again.

    ... How can you actually think that a Primal diet is better for diabetics but not for yourself? (She doesn't have diabetes).
    That's what my parents say too! ''Everything in moderation''. I get so frustrated with them. In that case, why not have cocaine in moderation? Or engine oil? I mean, how can eating sugar 'in moderation' be better for you than not eating it at all?!!

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    I know that moderation is a dirty word around these parts, but I wonder if that's a good thing. I've read a lot of posts about quitting wheat and dairy totally only to have very bad reactions to them during a small backslide. Perhaps it isn't such a bad idea to expose one's self to the occasional poison so that one can deal with them? Vaccines, after all, are exposure to the "poison," so that one can build up an immunity.

    Cocaine in moderation isn't terrible. It's just another drug like alcohol. I've got nothing against purists, but it isn't what everyone believes.
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    When your flight home is delayed by 3+ hours, you haven't eaten since 10am, you now won't get home til after 11pm, and just shrug and think "eh, I'll just eat tomorrow" since all the airport nearby is crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    When your flight home is delayed by 3+ hours, you haven't eaten since 10am, you now won't get home til after 11pm, and just shrug and think "eh, I'll just eat tomorrow" since all the airport nearby is crap.
    What, not a single BBQ place in the airport? Even the crappy Austin airport has a saltlick...


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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    What, not a single BBQ place in the airport? Even the crappy Austin airport has a saltlick...


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    There was a Dickey's, but I'd eaten so much real BBQ by that point of the trip that crappy BBQ didn't sound appealing. I could've taken the train back over to the international terminal, but opted to be lazy and read while waiting instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    When your flight home is delayed by 3+ hours, you haven't eaten since 10am, you now won't get home til after 11pm, and just shrug and think "eh, I'll just eat tomorrow" since all the airport nearby is crap.
    So... much... crappy... airport... food!!!

    When we came back from our vacation to Tunesia, all they had at the airport was some kind of Burger King, but with a different name, and a place where you could get pizza slices. The Burger King place happened to be out of burgers.

    ... We got crappy lukewarm pizza slices instead.

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