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Why is GLP, as a whole, majorly afraid of vegans????
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 76871995:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTYwMTU0XzUyODk4NDA0] [quote:TlvmmCpoft:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTYwMDIzXzgyNkVFRDU3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 76871995:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTU5OTY1XzNBMTg4M0Iz] [quote:TlvmmCpoft:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTU5OTIzX0I3MTdFMzgy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 76871995:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTU5ODg1X0E1NTlDNDBB] [quote:TlvmmCpoft:MV80MTc2OTQ1Xzc1OTM3NDY3X0IzNTFGMzVG] Right.. a grain has every nutrient you need because it's old Lying isn't going to win you this one. [/quote] What a dumb-ass this Spain is. Spain likes to alter the conversations thinking he's won something lol. He's apparently never heard of '3 Sisters Gardens'. Thousands-of-years old Indigenous farming of maize, beans and squash -complete nutrition. You lose Spain. :epiclol: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Sisters_(agriculture) http://gardening.cals.cornell.edu/lessons/curricula/the-three-sisters-exploring-an-iroquois-garden/how-to-plant-the-three-sisters/ [/quote] Weren't you the vegan who claimed they weren't vegan when losing an argument but who is clearly so malnourished and lacking in brain activity that they must, indeed, be living on nothing but rice, beans, and squash like a picky toddler who doesn't yet understand why a varied diet and nutrients will make him a strong boy? [/quote] No [/quote] You two seem like a good match. Both brain dead vegans. Maybe you should hook up. And if it's you - bonus - you don't even have to leave the house to do so. [/quote] 3 Sisters Gardening was plenty good enough brain food for the Cahokians to have engineered Monks Mound's base from drying out. "Its foundation was 20 feet high, a rectangular platform of gumbo clay roughly 1,000 feet long and 800 feet wide at the base. By itself, the clay would have been worse than no foundation at all--it shrinks and cracks if allowed to dry out. So the engineer found a way to keep it constantly wet. He had buttresses built at the north and south ends, and filled the space between them with another 40 feet of clay and coarser dirt, layered so as to draw water up from below by capillary action. In the Mississippi River floodplain, where the water table was always high, this would keep the clay foundation saturated and solid. For this process to work, the whole thing had to be planned out ahead of time, and the first 60 feet had to go up right away, says soil chemist, geographer, and archaeologist William Woods of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. "They had to see the end product before they began." https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message4081218/pg1 You lose again Spain.. :epiclol: [/quote]
All we want is to sustain the lives of animals?????????...........????????????
Humans are animals!
Yet some of you guys are acting like vegans are so scary and threatening! : l
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