[Sca-cooks] sugar problems
Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 6 15:50:58 PDT 2006
Fair enough, but my emphasis was on the use of the word 'cause'. As if
smoking counted as 'negative calories' or something.
Now, if one substitutes food for smoking, that's a different problem,
but it isn't a cause.
> -----Original Message-----
> < SNIP>
> My condolences on your cancer, but it is *impossible* for stopping
> smoking to cause any weight gain -at all-.
> I'm not being judgmental: I'm overweight myself. I'm looking to
> encourage a supportive environment of a healthier lifestyle within the SCA.
> Duriel> > > > > > >>
> "Impossible" is a word not used by serious scientists or persons with
> understandings of human physiology. Complex hormonal interrlationships
> account for many truly obtuse and unexpected events in human history. It
> is, after all, impossible to transplant a heart from a pig into a human . .
> . what? . . . they've done that? . . . then it is impossible to regrow
> neural tissue when damaged . . . they've seen that now too? . . . then it's
> certainly impossible to grow a large skin graft in a laboratory using a
> small sample of human circumcision tissue . . . or a liver lobe from infant
> liver tissue . . . or tranplant eyeballs, etc. . . .
> niccolo difrancesco
> (sacrcasm for comic effect and not to demean)
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