Responding to a question that was asked back in 2010 is not particularly helpful.
And even if you didn't notice the date, the fact there is an answer from Kurt Harris should immediately arouse suspicion.
Honestly it's like finding duck-liver pate in the back of the fridge, finishing it, and then realising you have never bought pate in your life.
asked byMash (8574)
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on May 11, 2013
at 01:17 AM
If you want a good answer, you have to go back in time (or at least change the time settings on the PaleoHacks host) so that a potential answerer would see that you asked this question sometime long before the creation of the internet???the paleolithic era seems appropriate???but because you asked this 8 hours ago, I can't give you a better answer. Sorry.
on June 14, 2013
at 11:15 PM
If this is a serious question, I totally disagree - some of the BEST questions are the old ones that people have added to and that become an aggregate of paleo wisdom on a certain topic that is pertinent to many! I have learned so much from questions that keep popping back up and getting answered or added to with a new perspective. I also like it when people re-visit their question and update with latest developments - those don't happen often, but when they do they are REALLY illuminating!
If it was just a question for entertainment ... um... maybe posting a youtube spoof of a hip hop video would have worked a little better, I don't know...