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[–] Dont_Panic 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Not clicking. Don't care. Love milk. I fucking crave milk. Easily can drink a half gallon of whole milk on the daily. I get that kick ass unhomogenized unpasteurized grass eating stuff. My whole life it has been pretty much my favorite thing to drink.

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[–] Demonic_Mime 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago  (edited ago)

It's not science if you start out with an obvious agenda and then cherry pick any tiny pieces of evidence that agree with you. Silly little vegan.

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[–] fizzlebitz 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

mmmm, milk.

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[–] ElspethTirel [S] 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

And the reason the majority of people are lactose intolerant to some degree is, what?

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[–] arrggg 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago  (edited ago)

www.Notmilk.com blames everything from autism to zits on dairy products. If you would like to lose weight by avoiding dairy, just read some of their stories. Here is an except from one of the more amusing articles:

HOW MUCH PUS IS IN MILK?

Dear Friends,

Pus is not dangerous. Pus is rather delicious, especially when it's mixed with sugar and frozen, or bubbly hot atop marinara sauce and pizza. Fermented pus with acidophilus bacteria makes for a tasty breakfast, especially if jellied fruit preserves are mixed in. I used to enjoy Dannon's pus, but Brown Cow makes a brand where the saturated fat rises to the surface. Now, that's 'hearty' food!

Many of my dairy-producing adversaries get upset when I reveal that milk is merely pus with hormones. Ten pounds of milk are used to make one pound of cheese. Cheese is concentrated pus.