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Any suggestions so far?
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I think that Meowth shot is either from "Light, Camera, Quack-tion" (episode 71), or "Go West Young Meowth" (episode 72). Not sure though, been ages.
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you kno what sux, my english teacher is soo hot and i kno i cant tap that shit.
 
whenever she bows over i look at her cleavage and im like woow, didnt kno they made em that big. 
 
so yea it kinda sux cause i kinda wanna give it to her and i cant
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i dont use salt. my family has a history of fatal heart disease exacerbated by copious amounts of salt, so i kinda avoid it.
 
that sucks man i would die if i couldn't eat salty chips or fries with salt
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im just want to say that i for one congratulate the name saltworld because i put salt on everything and i never quite realized how special the gift of salt is until now, which is why i wrote this essay
 
Almost everyone uses salt. This essay will attempt to compare three different types of salt; processed table salt, celtic sea salt, and himalayan salt. There are other salts out there, but these three are the most popularly discussed and debated.

Most Americans consume processed table salt, the blue box with the cute little girl holding an umbrella. Processed table salt (PTS) is chemically cleaned for us. What is left is socium chloride; a chemical that is foreign to the body. It acts as a destructive poisen. In order for your body to digest table salt, it must use tremendous amounts of energy. It overburdens your elimination. Water is taken from your cells to break down the salt which results in dehydration. 

"Did you know that the salt companies actually don't make their greatest profits selling salt? Most of the salt sold goes to chemical laboratories and manufacturing companies. Selling salt is actually a side line for salt companies; they make most of their profits pulling out the minerals and selling them back to us through health food stores and to companies like Kellogg's that take a naturally healthy food, process the pee out of it (till it's worthless) and then add back some minerals and vitamins. The minerals come from the salt companies. This is called fortified food." (1)

"For every gram of PTS that your body cannot get rid of, your body uses twenty three times that amount of cell water to neutralize the salt. Eating PTS causes excess fluid in your tissues which can contribute to cellulite, arthiritis, and kidney stones." (2)

What about celtic sea salt (CSS)? It is certainly a better alternative to PTS. According to Dr. Lange:

Our bodies are like the ocean and at the level of our boicheical function, we either get the nutrition we need to maintain this "ocean atmosphere" or we suffer. Violent prisoners given CSS in their diets showed improved behaviors within a few short weeks. Salt is needed for digestion. The sodium of CSS acts differently in your body than the sodium in refined salt. People who dislike salt or have a phobia or intolerance to salt do not realize that they are in fact ill.

CSS has been used in relieving mental disorders (depression, bipolar, disorder, agressive behavior) and helping to reverse heart disease. CSS is sun dried and PTS is dried at 1200 degrees farenheight. We are aware that "cooked" food is toxic to us; the higher the heat, the worse it is. Did you also know that sun charged salt and water are actuall beneficial for us?

There are three kinds of CSS for human consumption. Light gray is for cooking and full of electrolytes. An eight ounce shaker costs ~$6.50. Fine ground CSS costs ~$9.25 for eight ounces. Flower of the Ocean CSS is considered premium. The crystals are very small and white, can be crushed between your fingers and dissolves easily. Cost? ~$17.50 for eight ounces. This CSS is recommended for raw dishes and for salads.

The caveat to CSS is that it comes from the ocean; the polluted ocean. According to Wikipedia.org the Celtic Sea (South of Ireland in the North Atlantic) is full of radioactive pollution as well as oil pollution from oil spills. There was 250 kg of plutonium dumped in the Celtic Sea. CSS, then, is not a better alternative.

Lastly, how about Himalayan Salt (HS)? According to Dr. Mercola, HS is over 250 million years old and is the purest salt available as it is uncontaminated with any toxins or pollutants. Here are the benefits of HS:

Regulates the water content in your body.
Balances excess acidity from your cells, particularly your brain cells
Balances your blood sugar.
Helps reduce your aging rate.
Assist in the generation of hydroelectric energy in cells in your body.
Absorption of food particles in your intestines.
Helps in clearing mucus from your lungs.
Helps clear us sinuses.
Prevents muscle cramps.
Making the structure of your bones firm...osteoporosis can occur when your body needs more salt and takes it from your bones.
Regulates your sleep.
Maintains your libido.
Prevents varicose veins.
Stabilizes irregular heartbeats and in conjunction with water it is actually essential for regulation of your blood pressure.

HS is mined by hand and hand washed. The minerals available in HS are easily absorbed and used by your body's cells. CS has no environmental pollutants. HS has been analyzed and has many important minerals and elements including potassium and calcium. A four ounce shaker is ~$7.95. While that seems expensive, it lasts longer than PTS. You don't use as much, or seem to need as much.

We conducted a salt tasting experiment with family members. We taste tested PTS, Kosher salt, CSS, and HS. Upon tasting the salts side by side we discovered that the PTS tasted acrid. While kosher and CSS tasted better, we found that HS tasted best. A subtle, almost sweet taste. Only the men in our family did not like it. They preferred PTS because it tasted "real". 

Based on my research, I would have to say that HS is the only salt I would use. It seems to be the only choice for optimum health.
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I THINK JMICKLE IS WORKING FOR THE GOVERNMENT
 
BE PICKY WITH THE PHONES YOU USE IT COULD BE A MATRIX LINE
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I CNA CODE ANYTHIGN U WANT IN RM2K 
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REMEBMER WHEN WE WERE ALL FEELIN COOL BOUT OURSELFS MAKIN GAMES IN RPG MAKER 2000 MAN I MISS THE DAYS WHY DID THAT PERIOD END DSDSAaSDDASAa WHAT MEANING IS THERE TO THE WORLD NOW
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so you didn't even read my post and would rather talk about star wars huh. that's what this was all about from the start wasn't it. how about them prequels. jar jar binks more like jar jar rinks. anakin more like smanakin.

I actually did read your post, and I get what you're saying. I don't think I really want to get into any of these religions, but I can accept people believing in them. I just find these particular religions more ridiculous then others.
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Your explanation of star wars's plausibility actually stabs at the main point of why it is basically impossible to rationally consider the setting Star-Wars takes place in as even remotely plausible. You said yourself that there are no humans and no earth, and this means you have two primary concerns to address at the plausibility of the galaxy far far away this epic saga could occur in our actual universe.

1. If there is no earth, then is it entirely coincidental that the high majority of sentient lifeforms speak the English language? Did they form the English language in exactly the same way as earth but somehow entirely separate from any and all earth influence? (much in the same way many of the people from that galaxy evolved to become genetically identical to humans on earth despite having presumably 0 contact or influence with that planet whatsoever)

2. If earth is so far away that contact with any of it's lifeforms is statistically impossible, why is the fastest ship in that entire galaxy named after an avian species found exclusively on earth? A species of the avian family mind you, that could only be seen as astonishingly slow when compared to just about any vessel capable of hyper-speed.

I know, it's not perfect. But still less ridiculous then Scientology.
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Please explain to me how believing Star Wars is real makes more sense than believing Scientology.

Because that story actually makes more sense. They never mention humans or anything and there's no planet Earth. So somewhere in a galaxy far far away a long time ago it could have actually taken place. Which is why I say that it's less ridiculous to believe then Scientology, which claims outrageous things have taken place right here on Earth and directly influenced humanity as a whole.
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I don't mind people believing in Scientology or whatever they want. I just don't understand it. Okay, I guess I can understand those people who need to believe something just for the sake of believing something, because they think it helps them in life. But not those who actually believe in it and see it as the absolute truth.

But the sad truth is that believing that Star Wars is real, would actually make more sense then believing in Scientology. Except Star Wars has no churches, and if you'd say you believe Star Wars is real you'd be laughed at, while Scientologists take themselves and their religion seriously.
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I think Strange Acquaintances from DrawnToBondage is pretty good, give it a shot. Unless you hate Warcraft.
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I just watched the South Park episodes about Scientology and Mormonism. And I couldn't believe that those religions could actually be like that, so I checked on Wikipedia. And South Park's portrayal of Scientology and Mormonism is actually accurate.

Why do people believe this crap?

First off, Scientology. Everyone knows L. Ron Hubbard was a science fiction writer, even Scientologists ACKNOWLEDGE that he was. And yet they still choose to believe in aliens from outer space influencing humanity.

And then there's Mormonism. The sole fact that John Smith failed to replicate the so-called "scriptures" from the golden plate letter after letter after some pages were stolen, outright proves that he was a fake. And yet there are thousands who believe that he actually directly communicated with God, Jesus, and angels and that he got some new golden plates and that's why he couldn't narrate the old story once more.

I mean, I'm not someone who's against religion. The whole idea of God and Jesus doesn't sound that weird to me. I'm not a religious person, but I also wouldn't rule out the possibility of a higher being who could actually make miracles happen. But when there's a religion that believes that some douchebag has actually talked to Jesus, and was told to make his own religion because all the others are WRONG, that's where I draw the line.

Can't these blind people see they're being taken advantage of so that the people who invented Scientology / Mormonism can make money?

It just boggles my mind. Just had to get that off my chest.
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Seriously, you make the most disgusting shit I've ever seen in a game







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Anyone still has Yellow: Protector of the Sun? The link on the first page is dead.
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Oh that, well I never really had any lag in any of my games, only once if I recall
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No, what's that?