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  •  That's why I will not eat my mom's cooking (7+ / 0-)

    She grew up in the depression so she has pretty good immunity to lots of stuff. Unfortunately she thinks her food handling is fine because it doesn't make HER sick. As she gets older and the contaminants get worse (antibiotic resistant), I worry she will do her self in.

    •  LOL! You will never get the Salmonella from my (0+ / 0-)

      mom's chicken. She believes that you need to cook it until the meat falls from the bones. GAAA I HATED chicken as a kid. My hubbie didn't believe me until we went for a visit. heehee! He quickly decided to take over cooking duties!

      if a habitat is flooded, the improvement for target fishes increases by an infinite percentage...because a habitat suitability index that is even a tiny fraction of 1 is still infinitely higher than zero, which is the suitability of dry land to fishes.

      by mrsgoo on Fri Oct 18, 2013 at 09:37:08 PM PDT

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    •  Unable to recommend... (0+ / 0-)

      In my browser, the "recommend" boxes are missing below many comments. Anyone else having this problem on the Kos? (Chrome fully updated, on Mac OS X 10.6.8)

      “The meaning of life is to find it.”

      by ArcticStones on Sat Oct 19, 2013 at 04:49:11 AM PDT

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    •  Good Way To Go (0+ / 0-)

      By the use of all these technologies that extend life beyond 50 years, we've gotten rid of one of the most painless, quick and easy ways to go -- succumbing to a virus or bacterial disease.

      From what I read of people before mass inoculations, dying meant catching a cold, going to bed for a few days with a fever and then dying in your sleep.

      Now death means years of painful torture essentially via chemotherapy, various invasive procedures and radioactive processes...and the result is the same...you still die!

      Now, I wouldn't want children to die this way, but if you ask me, I'm not really sure life is "better" after 50, which is less like life extension and more like an elongated senescence.

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