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1 12th August 06:18
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When you eat meat you are not only taking food, you are allowing a
certain
animal from which the meat has come to enter in you. The meat was part
of a particular body, the meat was part of a particular instinct pattern.
The
meat was the animal just a few hours before, and that meat carries all
the impressions of the animal, all the habits of the animal. When you are
eating meat your many attitudes will be affected by it.

Non-vegetarian food is one of the basic causes of the whole society
being
almost in a continuous fight. It makes you insensitive, it makes you
hard,
it makes you a stone. And it creates things in you - anger, violence -
which
can be easily avoided.

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poisons

for


non-vegetarian.

vegetarians.


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2 12th August 06:18
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When you eat meat you are not only taking food, you are allowing a
certain
animal from which the meat has come to enter in you. The meat was part
of a particular body, the meat was part of a particular instinct pattern.
The
meat was the animal just a few hours before, and that meat carries all
the impressions of the animal, all the habits of the animal. When you are
eating meat your many attitudes will be affected by it.

Non-vegetarian food is one of the basic causes of the whole society
being
almost in a continuous fight. It makes you insensitive, it makes you
hard,
it makes you a stone. And it creates things in you - anger, violence -
which
can be easily avoided.

Copyright 2002 Osho International Foundation

http://www.osho.com/Main.cfm?Area=Magazine&Language=English

poisons

for


non-vegetarian.

vegetarians.


longest

a

be

and

a

all

in


when

lower

satiated.

food.

food


master,

be

eat,

smell,

or


needs.


a


the


You

you


of

http://www.osho.com/Main.cfm?Area=Magazine&Language=English
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3 21st August 03:08
kathryn
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Umm yeah...cows....really angry creatures.

and sheep? Evil buggers!
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4 21st August 03:08
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After the aliens invaded, flibble d bleemed snorg
<44cd8692$1@news.starhub.net.sg> gnorff Mon, 31 Jul 2006 12:28:29 -0700:

So you're saying vegetarians turn into ferns...

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5 21st August 03:08
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After the aliens invaded, flibble Kathryn bleemed snorg
<WrKdnXnyNojVXlDZRVnyrw@bt.com> gnorff Mon, 31 Jul 2006 09:46:03 +0100:


Nothing scarier than a angry sheep!

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for everything bad that happened during and after
Hurricane Katrina, the truth is that the people
who lived here were much more prepared for a big
storm than the federal government that promised
us flood protection." [Jarvis DeBerry]

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6 21st August 03:08
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Lot's of them here at alt.atheism.
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7 21st August 03:08
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Yes, but they've got
*really *big *teeth


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8 21st August 03:09
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This thread lacks quality. It is now about The Kids in the Hall.

http://kithsongs.8m.com/home.html
The Kids in the Hall was a Canadian sketch comedy group, consisting of
comedians Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney and
Scott Thompson. It was also the name of the group's television show that ran
from 1989 to 1994 on CBC, CBS, and HBO. The show's theme song and much of
its distinctive transition music was performed by the Canadian surf rock
band Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet.

The name is taken from The Jack Benny Program. If a joke was not received
well, or less than expected, Benny would say that he got them from "the kids
in the hall," referring to a group of young writers hanging around the
studio.

Though it was produced by Lorne Michaels, who also produced Saturday Night
Live, the show's sketches were more reminiscent of the British sketch show
Monty Python's Flying Circus, for they were often of a quirky or surreal
nature, and featured very few celebrity impressions or pop culture parodies.
(The only recurring celebrity impression was the Queen of England, played by
Scott Thompson.) One sketch featured a flying pig, played by McCulloch, who
amused bored people in bank machine lines. A recurring character was a man,
played by McKinney, who pretended to crush people's heads from a distance
with his fingers. Another sketch dealt with the musings of two aliens
conducting **** probes on humans, wondering "What's the point of it all? Why
does the great leader have us do this?" and reflecting that perhaps the
great leader was a fetishist and that this dominated their existence. Many
of the sketches featured *** characters and themes; most of these sketches


times, and for incisive sketches about big business and family units.

A noted comedy writer for the show was Paul Bellini, who often appeared in
sketches with a white towel around his large gut.

The show's unique flavor was in the way it traded on the five actors'
likeability quotients and acting abilities during sketches in a manner very
related to stage performances, and unlike most satirical sketch comedy.
Rather than aspire to the skilled impressionism of SCTV or the cultured
absurdity of Monty Python, the sketches come across as actors workshop
pieces at times - though occasionally written as sharply as either of those
shows. The Kids frequently appeared on the show in their real life personas
rather than as characters, and many sketches dealt directly with the fact
that they were a comedy troupe producing a TV show. An example is one
episode in which Kevin McDonald announces that if the next sketch (which he
has written) is not successful, the others are considering kicking him out
of the group. In another episode, Scott declares that he isn't *** anymore,
which throws the other Kids into a panic, as they fear that the news will
alienate the troupe's considerable *** fanbase.

Monologues were a staple of the show, another semi-rarity in the television
sketch comedy world. Though Scott Thompson's Buddy Cole monologues are
easily the most famous, the other Kids performed many memorable pieces as
well. Prominent examples include Dave Foley describing his positive attitude
toward menstruation, Foley describing his life as a truly incompetent doctor
who glides through life on charm, McCulloch satirizing American cultural
values with a mock-ironic speech praising the American lifestyle, and in a
gag reminiscent of Bob Newhart, a distraught McDonald calling a best
friend's young son to tell him his father died tragically only to have the
child end up consoling him, even going so far as quoting famous philosophers
on the ultimate emptiness of life.

Because the show and the actors ****nated in Canada, where censorship laws
are somewhat more relaxed, the content was edited slightly for American
tastes in one respect: sketches mocking religion were sometimes cut down or
removed, necessitating the adding of material from other episodes to round
out the half-hour. The most controversial sketch was probably the final
sketch of Season 1, "Dr. Seuss Bible", in which the story of Jesus Christ's
crucifixion was told in the style of children's author Dr. Seuss.

Though the show featured the occasional guest actor (most notably Neve
Campbell and Nicole DeBoer, both of whom appeared well before becoming
famous), the Kids played the majority of parts, both male and female,
themselves. This is in contrast to the members of Monty Python, who often
donned drag to portray older women, but usually brought in guest actors such
as Carol Cleveland to play women who were young and attractive. All five
members were regularly cast as women, both young and old; the frequent
cross-dressing would become one of the show's trademarks.

In their final episode, after the cast was purportedly buried alive, their
tombstone inscription read, The Kids in the Hall TV Show 1989-1995, and Paul
Bellini danced on their grave. After the show ended its run, the troupe came
together to produce a movie, Brain Candy, featuring a few characters from
the show and many new ones. Although not a commercial success, the movie
developed a cult following with their devoted fans.

In 2000, the troupe came together for a successful North American tour,
reprising many sketches from the show. The tour was chronicled in a
do***entary, "Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses," which followed the
next year. This was then followed by the "Tour of Duty" and a DVD based on
those performances, released in 2002.
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9 21st August 03:09
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There are many good arguments for vegetarianism. Repeating idiotic
ones is *not* helpful.
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