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111 7th September 18:35
bob pastorio
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Default Chung's 2PD Supporters? Not exactly...


Oh, look. Tweedle dee and tweedle dum in a single post. Start a comedy
group called "Sound and Fury..."

I haven't tried it and I won't. I also haven't tried to flap my arms and
fly. I also haven't tried to fit my entire head up my ass like MU has.


Just because you're a shitskull with the common sense of a gnat is no
reason for me to pick on you, fishbone. But it is a fun thing to do
because you almost put up a good fight while defending the indefensible
and explaining the 2PD that shifts goals and standards anew each day.

My grandson has a balloon thing with weights in the bottom. You hit it
and it pops back up for more. Just like you. Filled with air and not
enough sense or dignity to hide your face.

Oh, wait. It's Mu. He *always* hides his face. Maybe he has more sense
than I've been giving him credit for. He *does* have the sense to hide
his face after the drubbings he's taken at many hands. Smarter than your
average roadkill...

Sad little man with the big, bragging style.

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112 7th September 18:35
bob pastorio
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Default A Brilliant Cardiologist Once Wrote......


I'm a 62 year-old male, 5'7" 185lbs. I'm slowly losing weight and will
forge down to 170-175 and that'll do it for me. 46" chest, 36" waist,
16" biceps, 8" wrists. I'm broad across the shoulders and thick through
the chest. Years of athletics. I live on a farm and get more exercise
than most. Use a push mower to cut my lawn. Ride bike. Walk to get the
mail (about 1/2 mile each way) across some steep hills. I was this size
in high school playing football, running track. I gained a lot of weight
after a bad motorcycle accident (broke all left-side ribs, scapula,
clavicle and lost a lot of skin) and had to spend a year in physical
therapy to learn to use my left arm again. During the time I couldn't
even walk down the stairs of my house, I gained almost 50 pounds. To
have not gained weight, I would probably have had to live on a diet of
fewer than 1000 calories. I didn't eat wisely, but I didn't have much
else I could do, so I ate too much. That was in the early 80s. I went
from a 32-inch waist to a 46-inch waist.

This menu below wouldn't satisfy me, would never have satisfied me and I
wouldn't dream of eating like this.

Congratulations. It works for you.

These meals wouldn't give me a sense of satiety. And the menu is, for my
tastes, rather uninteresting. The portions, shall we say, are scant. A
bowl of muesli with milk and banana for a total weight of 9 ounces? Too
spartan for me. At very least, I'd want more fluid than that implies. A
cup of milk - a small quantity for an adult - weighs about 8 ounces. A
breakfast that consisted entirely of two eggs after not having eaten
anything since the night before wouldn't do it for me. Ham salad - 5
ounces - surely wouldn't do it for a lunch. That's a pile about the size
of a medium-small apple.

I made a sandwich this afternoon of two slices of bread, a whole lettuce
leaf and two slices of ham of one ounce each. A teaspoon or so of mayo.
It weighed 6.8 ounces. I ate it to see if it sufficed. It didn't. I
drank a 16-ounce mug of tea with a splash of milk in it. It was enough.
For about an hour.

I'm not a big eater by any comparisons. I don't gorge at buffets. I
don't serve big portions at home. I know from very many years of dealing
with food in very many cir***stances that these scant meals you describe
here wouldn't make me feel as though I were eating well. And I wouldn't
try to feed them to anyone particularly active.

Chris, you do this sort of thing to your heart's content. Count me out.
I find it too parsimonious.

Obviously YMVaries.

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113 8th September 11:25
bob pastorio
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Default R2PoundStarvationDiet WAS:e: A Brilliant Cardiologist Once Wrote......


And if it had the remotest basis in fact, it would be nearly as
dishonest as Mu who claims a lot of stuff but delivers nothing. And
Chung who misunderstands what mountaineers do and posits a whole weight
control plan on his ignorant blunder.


My wallet isn't dependent on my feeding anybody. Hasn't in years. Won't
tomorrow. Nothing to gain or lose by what ot how much people eat.

Unlike Mu, the fraud who claims to train athletes and the military.
Unlike Chung who's trolling for business. BOth of them are, but Mu is to
stupid to make it easy for his customers to find him.


You smell the stench of your fraud and meaninglessness.

I don't have a restaurant. I didn't have one yesterday. I won't have one
tomorrow.

That one I didn't have yesterday? Well, I still don't have it today.

The one I don't have tomorrow? I also don't have today.

The one I don't have today"? I didn't have it yesterday and I won't have
it tomorrow.

See if you can come up with a new theory about why I've blown your
2PoundStarvationDiet completely out of the water (that doesn't count
towards the 2Pounds).

Maybe try one that includes negative biases towards frauds and cowards
who hide behind phony names. And negative biases towards doctors who act
like cartoon characters merely looking for attention and notoriety.

Start there.

Pastorio
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114 8th September 11:26
dr. andrew b. chung, md/phd
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So what is Dawn doing in the back of a station wagon behind the Quik-E-Mart
with the chiropractor, anway?

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Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Board-Certified Cardiologist
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115 8th September 11:26
ronnie ruff
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Default 2PoundStarvationDiet WAS:Re: A Brilliant Cardiologist Once Wrote......


Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD scribbled these tid bits

No.. It is amount of calories taken in VS those used by the body during
daily function..

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116 9th September 12:57
bob pastorio
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Bwa...
Bwaha... Bwahahahahahaha
<wipes tears from eyes> Right. Cook a whole roast beef and cut slices by
the ounce. Roast chickens and hack off three ounces. Cut potatoes in
half.

Half a scoop of ice cream. 3/4 cup of coffee.

Sure. That ought to cut down on waste and make prices go lower. Grasp of
restaurant operations right up there with the laws of physics.

Feet planted firmly in the clouds.

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117 9th September 12:57
dr. andrew b. chung, md/phd
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It is her ****ogy about being on USENET.


I would let her give her take on the ****ogy.


If I were a chiropractor.

Perhaps you have firsthand knowledge about how hospitable she is. Just a guess,
that's all.

--
Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Board-Certified Cardiologist
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118 9th September 12:57
dr. andrew b. chung, md/phd
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....or from someone you think is a doctor on Usenet. Your stories of the medical
advice and treatment you have received on-line from Jai Maharaja should prove to
be interesting reading.

--
Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Board-Certified Cardiologist
http://www.heartmdphd.com/
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119 9th September 12:58
andrew@heartmdphd.com (dr. andrew b. chung,
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I would say it bothered you a lot.

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Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Board-Certified Cardiologist
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120 9th September 12:58
dawn taylor
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On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 21:29:08 -0400, "Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD"
<andrew@heartmdphd.com> announced in front of God and everybody:

Never heard of him. The only person that comes immediately to mind
that plays a doctor on Usenet is, well, you.

Dawn
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