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    as a newly diagnosed diabetic, I love that I can still eat my meats with out worry. I hope there is no out right ban, but now I am hoping that beef consumption drops, which will hopefully mean a drop in price at the supermarket, so I can afford to eat it more LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by revelations View Post
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    Flight shaming the average middle class who, if they are lucky enough, go on vacation once a year - is deplorable.
    Bullshit. Everyone can make a difference. Electric planes are here today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage2 View Post
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    Bullshit. Everyone can make a difference. Electric planes are here today.
    Lol. Don't expect to see an electric commercial airliner in the next 20 years. Especially after the Max8 fiasco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarphreak View Post
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    I'd never heard of flight shaming before

    Not a surprise... the things we will be shammed for in the future are going to be really annoying

    If it ever comes to that, I am just going to join the "Evil" side outright... I don't care if good always prevails; if I get to eat meat, take vacations, and generally enjoy luxury; I'll do that until I get dragged out and strung up with hemp rope
    So in your own home, hemp rope is okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelations View Post
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    So in your opinion, reducing meat and sugar intake does not reduce the risk of various health related-ailments?

    lolwut? Just nonchalantly toss sugar in there like it is even remotely the same thing?

    Really has nothing to do with my opinion, except for the fact that my opinion is based on the science of the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
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    really has nothing to do with my opinion, except for the fact that my opinion is based on the science of the matter.
    TIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    So what are you trying to get at here? We should remove red meat from diet to decrease TMAO, which may or may not increase risks of cardiovascular disease, but suffer all the health problems associated with cutting meat from diet?

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    Oh you want to talk actual science now? That's cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msommers View Post
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    Oh you want to talk actual science now? That's cute.
    Not really. Most people don't understand science. They just google for an article title that fits their preconceived notions so they can troll post it.

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    Beef is a side issue.

    Our politicians refuse to hold big business accountable for climate change, so of course we will get hit first. Beef, taxes on air conditioning and heating, gasoline cars etc. Big business will be allowed to profit to the bitter end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterman View Post
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    So what are you trying to get at here? We should remove red meat from diet to decrease TMAO, which may or may not increase risks of cardiovascular disease, but suffer all the health problems associated with cutting meat from diet?
    The biggest "gold standard" study of all just released last week found that they could NOT conclude that red and processed meat was detrimental.

    Their conclusion? Literally "keep calm and carry on ."
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