And I *think* what Jordan was trying to say in his second comment was “Well, I hope you never get sick — or you’re rich — because other than that, you might as well kiss your ass goodbye.” Amazing what a bit of spelling and punctuation can do for a person.
Remember all those posts asking for donations because FaceyB was suing Lamebook? I know why, it’s cos Mark Zuckerberg (AHAHAHAHAHAHA type “zuckerberg” into a comment on here, then right-click it for spelling suggestions, it gives you “cocksucker” as an option, amazing) saw the downfall and wanted to be one step ahead – it’s all the shit comments where people try to explain stuff to the rest of the crowd/make jokes that aren’t funny/actlikegeneralcumrecepticalswhilstsuckingdickandafterwardsusingpubestoflossbecausethatistheirlifescallinganddontknowanythingelse…cunts. Be funny or STFU before all the actually funny people, like Beatus, Ms, Hawkbit and Mario… etc? leave.
When idiot number 1 says ‘holistic’ does it mean ‘homeopathic’ medicine? Cos where I’m from, if you say ‘holistic’ it just means all-round healthcare, like, you still get drugs and operations and whathaveyou, but they hold your hand and give you counselling and wash your cock for you and all that too. You know? It’s actually a good thing…
Whereas homeopathic medicine is as effective as praying to the Orca-God to cure you of dysentery…
Hey! If you spell check the word ‘dysentery’, it comes up ‘Zuckerburg’, check it out!
The internet is an unfair medium for discussing homoeopathy because those reading your comments can’t see you waving your hands in the air and going ‘woooooooo…’ as you consider what utter bollocks it all is.
Also, I hate dogs like the ones in those profile pictures. Stupid, yet brutal, creatures.
For those who don’t know what homeopathy is (and there seem to be some of those people here); it’s not the same as herbal medicine or anything like that.
Homeopathy is based on two (flawed) principles.
1. That things that cause symptoms also treat them.
2. That water has memory and takes on the chemical composition of compounds it is exposed to.
Let those sink in for a second.
Homeopathy consists of minute quantities of active ingredients diluted in massive quantities of water. The formula they use is something called C30. That’s one part active ingredients to 10 to the power of 30 parts water; thats a 1 followed by 30 zeros.
To put it another way, to get a single molecule of active ingredient from a homeopathic remedy you would have to imbibe more water than there is on the plant. In fact, more water molecules than there are atoms in our solar system.
That, my friends, is homeopathy. It’s bullshit. There’s just no way around it; it’s definitely bullshit.
If you happen to be a consumer that has the equipment to test and detect their ingredients in your garage,then yes it is not homeopathy.
If on the other hand you are the average consumer (or even fucking Doctor)that believed the hype in their marketing, then it is homeopathy.
Here is my own link that may or may not back up my post:
^^^ Fuck me!!! If you’re ill, go to the fucking doctors, don’t spout your 2 penny bullshit here. Time and fucking place people you gross, neglected window lickers!!! Truth is, whatever form of meds you decide to use, the clap is a fucker, and you need to get rid of it. Today, you can call me “Doctor Lurrrrrrv – making Lovelips lovely since 1988″
@21: “Homeopathy is based on two (flawed) principles.
1. That things that cause symptoms also treat them.”
Isn’t that also western medicine’s principle of vaccination?
I know a holistic doctor who does amazing things–she also believes that in many cases, antibiotics and surgery are absolutely necessary. There’s a middle ground here. For every holistic witch doctor there’s a GP who gives out antibiotics like candy on Halloween.
Deep breath: homeopathy DOES work. Especially on the gullible: the placebo effect of imbibing magic water is then even stronger. Of course, this does mean that to use it on infants or animals is at best deluded and at worst criminally negligent.
The thing is, much of what is marketed as ‘homeopathic’ is not, in fact, homeopathic in the strict sense. Homeopathy is based on the two principles described by drchalk. However, a lot of so-called ‘homeopathic’ stuff is really just herbal.
Vaccination does not work on the principle that what causes symptoms can cure them as homeopathy does. It works on the principle that the body’s antibody production can be stimulated by the introduction of certain substances. Often, the substance is NOT the same as the cause of the disease in question, but something which, while relatively harmless, will trigger antibody production.
Hey Gonzo, just because the herbs you ordered at 3 am didn’t make your penis larger or even visible, doesn’t mean there’s not homeopathic doctors curing peanut allergies and rheumatoid arthritis.
I keep forgetting; everyone’s a fucking genius on the Internet.
the important thing to remember here is some guy posts something, two morons get into an arguement, and the guy who made the post blows them out of the water by using some dog fighting comment i dont really get and then using hte phrase “Just sayin”. “just sayin’” means you have no confidence in what you just wrote, along the lines of “not for nothing” or “no offense”. You said nothing of brilliance and are about as creative and non-conformative as “DJ Dave” in the hyundai commercials. that said, i will await comments that i am a moron and say nothing of brilliance.
I. The final comment was not by the person who created the post.
IIa. The dog fighting comment is in reference to the two morons’ profile pictures. There is no deeper meaning intended. (Unless you want to associate the word dog with its meaning of “ugly girl” – however I feel that Jordan and Scott here are both men and that was not the intention)
IIb. He says “just sayin’” because he has no agenda or argument other than to point out this one fact. He is literally, just saying that “it looks like two dogs are arguing on facebook” (although he is typing, this has become an accepted meaning of the verb ‘to say’)
QED. Horton hears a who no more. Scooby Doo unmasks the monster.
Elementary my dear Watson. Mystery solved. Eureka.
A touch of midsummer murders, CSI cold cases and SpooksI5.
@39 you are right,for some reason i thought the “just sayin” guy was the original poster. and good news after a bunch of beers i get it, the two posters arguing have pics of their dogs for profile pics so its “two dogs fighting”. hilarious.i guess i expect too much out of lamebook.
Yep, the states is far superior to Canada. The way an overgrown, slow-witted, half-retarded bully is superior to the intellectually advanced “nerd” he picks on. Sorry, I’m speaking to Americans, I should end my sentence with a long, drawn-out “uuuh?” so you’ll understand me, EH? Ooops sorry, “ay”?? <<wtf, lol
Thanks Peter! I could not noticed the dogs in the profile pics so I did not get the last comment until your post!!
And Gonzo, you should actually be flattered that Mr Painter realized you were named after a muppet with such a big….hum… nose. Far from being invisible if we believe in those tales that say their size are proportionate. Maybe this compliment will help sugar-coat what I am going to tell you next: you’re being plain ignorant when it comes to the benefits of homeopathic medecine. Read up.