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Ah, that'll be why I didn't understand. Sarcasm is the hardest thing to convey in these forums.

Your not the only one. I think I should start adding /s after all my sarcasm posts. I also think everyone else should also. Should be added to the rules.

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Your not the only one. I think I should start adding /s after all my sarcasm posts. I also think everyone else should also. Should be added to the rules.

Or you're simply falling back on the old "I was just kidding/being sarcastic" bit when someone points out you said something stupid. An oldie, but a goodie.

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Or you're simply falling back on the old "I was just kidding/being sarcastic" bit when someone points out you said something stupid. An oldie, but a goodie.

Wow. Witty aren't you? I have never fell back on anything and when I have been wrong, I have always admitted it. Go back through my posts and you will see. I don't lie and I don't troll, unlike some members I could name, but won't.

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UK is a mountain of advice and studies as always.

Control porn, this/that, don't eat, save the planet. Studies conducted by Dr. Snake Oiler and a team of ducks across the United Kingdom show that reading Neowin articles and participating in the forums increases life expectancy by 11.2%. Everyone is desperately trying to get a bright idea these days.

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Wow. Witty aren't you? I have never fell back on anything and when I have been wrong, I have always admitted it. Go back through my posts and you will see. I don't lie and I don't troll, unlike some members I could name, but won't.

I'm not trying to be witty. I'm simply pointing out the far more likely explination for your confusing statement. I don't understand how you're even trying to use sarcasm to justify your statement.

I've noticed a few of your posts, the last one I read was you having a hissy fit, accusing someone of trolling you. Not a good look.

UK is a mountain of advice and studies as always.

Actually, they are:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_kingdom#Science_and_technology

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_and_technology_in_the_United_Kingdom

The U.K. have made immeasurable contributions to science for centuries. Don't confuse stupid psuedoscientific articles in "The Daily Mail' or someother rag with the scientific progress and thinkers of the U.K.

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I'm not trying to be witty. I'm simply pointing out the far more likely explination for your confusing statement. I don't understand how you're even trying to use sarcasm to justify your statement.

I've noticed a few of your posts, the last one I read was you having a hissy fit, accusing someone of trolling you. Not a good look.

I could say more on that, but I won't. You want to discuss that, pm me. No need to bring that into this post. That's way off topic.

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There are many studies where a very limited 'calorie' intake extends lifespan.

These go back decades.

Don't confuse us with facts, please. :D

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UK is a mountain of advice and studies as always.

Always has been and hopefully always will be.

The Scottish in particular have been responsible for most of the discoveries in the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.

The benefits of a restricted calorie diet have been proven and known for decades and you don't have to strictly follow the hardcore version of the diet to see a vast improvement in your health and well being.

Studies have shown an increase in an amino acid that helps bring down the risk of cancer and makes your body age slower. My advice to any one whether overweight, having a little extra back age or suffering from digestive issues is to give the lighter version of the diet a try.

What I tend to do is eat normal food on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. Eat a little less healthy Friday and Saturday (because we all know the weekend is for beer and bacon) and eat a 600 calorie restricted diet on Tuesday and Thursday.

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