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Derek2
@Derek2
06/19/14 05:23:15PM
37 posts

IS IT TRUE THAT IF YOU HAVE DREADS YOU SHOULD NOT EAT MEAT?


Dreads and Diets

Because you keep nitpicking..I'm just go say...I'm sorry I don't understand half of what the fuck you're trying to say.

Slow down and type with integrity.

I have an IQ of 164. I passed my SAT test with a mid 1500 score when I was in my teens. I have 4 patents, and the technology me and my family have invented has changed how the power industry works. We actually make the world a better place.

I eat meat too. Hmm. My parents eat meat. My dad helped to start NASA back in it's infancy..around the same time von Braun was there. He even designed components for the Apollo and Jupiter engines. He has several patents that are so ahead of it's time Exxon Mobile attempted to steal them...so were still in a big legal battle over that. He eats me still. He never gets sick, not even a head cold. I never really get sick either. My mom doesn't either, she eats meat. I'm going from first hand real world experience here, not copy paste articles from bias people.

Einstein wasn't that smart. He wasn't dumb, but he wasn't as great as people made him out to be. Off the top of my head I can name three people who make Einstein seem juvenile. Bohr, Tesla, von Braun.

A great deal of Einstein's theories have been broken. In fact his greatest accomplishment isn't even purely his own. It's the Bose-Einstein Condensate.

Derek2
@Derek2
06/19/14 04:32:13PM
37 posts

IS IT TRUE THAT IF YOU HAVE DREADS YOU SHOULD NOT EAT MEAT?


Dreads and Diets

It's not a joke. And Einstein was a very deceptive man. Half his theories weren't even his. Remember Microsoft and IBM OS? His beliefs as far as humanity is concerned come from a humanist/naturalist background. He also was very deeply involved with Mystery Babylon. Basically he was a eugenicist.
Why, if were not supposed to eat meat, does our body more readily accept complete long chain amino acids found in meat...as opposed to the shorter incomplete chain amino acids found in plants.

We need both, regardless. We need more plant matter than meat matter as well, which a lot of people these days fail to realize.

But please don't pawn cancer off on MEAT. Meat can act as an accelerant in someone who already has certain types of cancer. But meat, in itself, doesn't cause cancer.

As far as out performing, that may be a farce. When I was in the Marines, they would allow, with special orders, for vegetarian dining at meal time. All I have to say is...by the time the 13 weeks training was up, there were no more meatless eaters left. And believe me...we were pushed infinitely harder than most marathon runners.

Anyways, I hate arguing...I just never have liked it. So I probably will not reply to this again as such. But at least you didn't get bent out of shape like some people do, I appreciate that. Thank ya!

Derek2
@Derek2
06/19/14 04:04:57PM
37 posts

IS IT TRUE THAT IF YOU HAVE DREADS YOU SHOULD NOT EAT MEAT?


Dreads and Diets

Hair style and diet are not related...

And actually we are designed to process minerals and trace elements found in meats, as well as most fruits, vegetable, berries, nuts, herbs, saps, and even bark.

Fish is actually incredibly healthy for you, as is most sea food.

What's worse for you than eating meat is a sedentary life style.

That and processed meat, which is NOTHING like fresh meat. There are so many additives in processed meat (and other foods) it's ridiculous to even classify it as meat anymore. Any meat you buy from pretty much any chain grocery store is classified as processed. So...yeah, it's bad.

This is why people get cancer. Not because they eat meat. But because their diet as a whole is pretty shitty, on top of living a mostly sedentary lifestyle. Also water, and body pH play a HUGE role in cancer and well being. People don't get enough water, and certainly most people have an out of tune body pH. Maybe some vegans are healthy, but the ones I know personally all look emaciated and as if a stiff breeze would blow them over. The processing capability also decreases if the brain is starved of proper fats and minerals, and water. But whatever, it's your life, do as you please. I'm just stating observations and experience.

Derek2
@Derek2
06/12/14 05:57:13PM
37 posts

Nichole's T&R Timeline (a lot of pics) [UPDATE]


Member Journals and Timelines

Ok, I don't know why it actually took it upon itself to link "thunderbolt" to some cellphone thing on Amazon.

Derek2
@Derek2
06/12/14 06:53:49AM
37 posts

Nichole's T&R Timeline (a lot of pics) [UPDATE]


Member Journals and Timelines

Haha, your thunderbolt made me laugh. I used to have a few of them and they were grand.

Derek2
@Derek2
06/12/14 06:51:20AM
37 posts

Managing my neglected dreads....


Dread Maintenance

I get this from time to time as well. Usually from people who have salon dreads. It's kinda nauseating actually. Looking at their hair, seeing it in pain from over tightening and constant over maintenance. I usually tell them they need to stop working on their hair, or it's going to run away and never come back. Eh, most of the time they just don't understand.

Derek2
@Derek2
03/23/14 10:29:56AM
37 posts

i need biblical references to dreadlocks my church kicked me out for wanting to dread


History and Religious Significance

Wow, just wow. Ok, I dont mean to be crass here, but fuck your church. It is no church of true Christianity nor Jesus. "Come as you are." "Judge not lest ye be judged." Are just two quotes from I hope you know who. I just woke up so I can't recall specifics real well right now...but I would really find a difference church. Even if you find biblical proof, they will still silently judge you. Do you want to be in a group of people like that? A church should be a place of spiritual comfort and physical respit. I mean...just casting you out of the church over a hair related matter goes against the main premiss of what the Bible teaches. Wtf.

Derek2
@Derek2
03/09/14 07:00:52AM
37 posts

Anyone here who can be of help...it's about a dream, or symbolism.


General Talk

So there I was...sitting in bed having just woken up from a very strange dream I felt...but I couldn't remember the dream no matter how hard I tried.

Some hours later I was sitting in my chair listening to random music, when I came across a song that I needed to youtube to see the video. It was from dethklok, toki's love song. Anyways, while watching it...he picked up a shield that had a rabbit on it. As soon as I saw the rabbit I had an instant flashback of the dream I was trying to remember. I still can't remember a good deal of the dream I feel, but I can remember the part that stuck out most me, the rabbit. It was weird. In the dream I was sitting outside and a rabbit came up to me. A multi-colored rabbit. whites, browns, greys, blacks, tans. Just one rabbit though. It nudged me and wanted me to pet it, so I did. It reacted unlike a rabbit. Somewhat like a mix between a cat and a dog. Or like a fox. This went on for a good while...thats where the dream, or memory of, fades back out to grey.

It left a profound lingering feeling inside me, and I don't know why. I've been trying to look up what it could mean, and while there are tons of interpretations about rabbits in dreams, I've yet to come across anything about how this dream went. Most of the things I've read involves many rabbits either running or hopping. Or certain colored rabbits doing this or that. Nothing remotely close to what was going on in this dream.

Does anyone here have and idea what it could mean? I normally wouldn't care, but like I said...I have this gravitational-like pull tugging me towards an answer. It feels important, and I have no idea why.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank ya!


updated by @Derek2: 01/13/15 10:02:37PM
Derek2
@Derek2
01/18/14 09:49:43AM
37 posts

Rainbow Gathering 2014


General Questions

Hey...

Where ya at in Texas? I'm right outside of Houston. Still have no idea if I'm going to be going to the gathering.

Derek2
@Derek2
01/18/14 09:41:59AM
37 posts

Negativity towards dreadlocks


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

It's funny...if you look back into the past of humanity it's filled with strife and judgements of various kinds. It goes from struggling to even get food and not giving a damn what your hair looks like or what one wears...to...now...struggling to be an individual apart from the ways of the world and over coming insane weakly grounded judgements. It's a funny switch that happened several hundred years ago...or more. People ...oh. Just tell them the world would be a better place if you quit worrying about you and started reflecting into their own life. Besides...from my understanding and research...dreaded hair was once the norm amongst most cultures across the world. In those days they weren't even referred to as dreadlocks, but simply...hair. Heh, oh what a time.

I just woke up...half asleep...I go now.

Take care ya'll!

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