Possible Duplicate: Is the paleo community full of nerds? The Paleo community appears to be very diverse in the types of personalities it appeals to and attracts. We have a great many athletes and fitness enthusiasts (jocks), a noticeable... (more)
I have always loved the taste of quinces. Unfortunately, if one finds quinces in Belgium, people always made them very sweet with honey, or made jam with them. Now that is not really paleo. But I recently discovered that they are delicious if you... (more)
my mind and my fingers. Very often books and other people, esp. in the highschool age... ;-) I wonder if that would count if I wrote it: Mymnd, FnGrs, bOOks, PeePs, teenAGErs.
Weird thing I noticed today as I was driving... and listening to political talk radio. I would always listen to either sports talk or music (and will still do that) but felt today like I wanted to know a little more about what's going on. I hate... (more)
Reading up on the recommendations of the so-called "Spartan Diet" had me musing, "Oh, please; if you were going to model your diet and fitness upon the regimen of an ancient warrior culture famed for strength, battlefield prowess, self-defense,... (more)
Sure, you might be judged initially as a completely insane renegade, given the amounts of butter, animal fat, and other delights you unabashedly hork down in front of family and friends. But then...they ask a few questions...and you start drawing... (more)
I ask mostly because I am one....and so is nearly everyone in the NYC Paleo meetup. The meetup is full of analysts, statisticians, computer programmers, and web developers. Maybe our love of numbers and science is why we are so obsessed with... (more)
I've seen other threads talking about the number of nerds in the paleo world, so I figure that surely there will be a fair number of us among the 125,000+ people about to descend upon the San Diego convention center. Who's going to get their... (more)
You will find me anywhere there are Bronies.