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Want to read another misunderstood paleo bash from the "scientific community"?

Commented on November 25, 2013
Created November 24, 2013 at 4:47 AM

I have to admit there are a few good points but they totally misunderstand what we see as a "paleo diet" as usual...

http://mumanu.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/archaeologists-officially-declare-collective-sigh-over-paleo-diet/

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on November 25, 2013
at 11:49 PM

ROFL nope. Honestly my girlfriend read it to me from her iPhone and I was amused so I posted it up. I didn't even read it myself. Now I did. I am confused as to why someone would compose such a well-written and convincing satire... and exactly what point they're trying to make. I wonder if they were Paleo followers.

The article did remind me though of how much I'd like to call my diet something else. It's got little to do with paleolithic peoples. It's more anti-industrialized than even anti-neliolithic.

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on November 24, 2013
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But I did love the part about hunting the neighbors' cats because you've already eaten all the squirrels comment... Made me lick my lips looking at my cat as it's sleeping on the couch... mmmmm, BBQ cat...

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on November 24, 2013
at 10:04 PM

Karl Fenst? Ardipithecus Institute? Who ya gonna call?

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on November 24, 2013
at 05:29 AM

Did you read the first response?

This is actually a *fake* article. The person wrote it as a satire. You will find that all of the names and groups in the article are actually *made up*.

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on November 24, 2013
at 07:46 PM

But I did love the part about hunting the neighbors' cats because you've already eaten all the squirrels comment... Made me lick my lips looking at my cat as it's sleeping on the couch... mmmmm, BBQ cat...

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(624)

on November 25, 2013
at 11:49 PM

ROFL nope. Honestly my girlfriend read it to me from her iPhone and I was amused so I posted it up. I didn't even read it myself. Now I did. I am confused as to why someone would compose such a well-written and convincing satire... and exactly what point they're trying to make. I wonder if they were Paleo followers.

The article did remind me though of how much I'd like to call my diet something else. It's got little to do with paleolithic peoples. It's more anti-industrialized than even anti-neliolithic.

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