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  1. lawdog is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apostol
    In a sense, milk helped me develop better eating habits.
    What the hell does that mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawdog
    What the hell does that mean?

    Perhaps it helped him increase his appetite. But yeah, it a pretty ambiguous statement.
    Who, for Pete’s sake! Is opposing science? In fact, we want MORE science by CRITICALLY ANALIZING the evidence-Connie Morris, Kansas State BOE (bolding and underlining part of original quote, red is my emphasis)


    As long as you try to treat your subjective experiences as if they were objective experiences, you will continue to be confounded by people who disagree with you.-some guy on an internet messageboard
  3. lawdog is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by PO9
    Perhaps it helped him increase his appetite. But yeah, it a pretty ambiguous statement.
    His post is interesting. He seems to attribute some pretty significant gains to his drinking milk, yet he's weening off of it, and claimed it resulted in better eating habits.

    I'm intrigued and would like to hear more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apostol
    I'm now weening off milk, and replacing it with more food. In a sense, milk helped me develop better eating habits.
    Quote Originally Posted by lawdog
    What the hell does that mean?
    He means the milk not only grew his body, it grew his brain and made him smarter. Thus he was better able to design a rational nutrition plan. But now that he's smarter, he's not as much fun at parties, so he's going off the milk to take the IQ back down a notch.
  5. lawdog is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by missile
    He means the milk not only grew his body, it grew his brain and made him smarter. Thus he was better able to design a rational nutrition plan. But now that he's smarter, he's not as much fun at parties, so he's going off the milk to take the IQ back down a notch.
    Now, that makes perfect sense! :karated:
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    No, he means that by bulking up to 170, the cow no longer recognizes him as a baby calf; the *cow* is weening him off milk.

    It's the circle of life - he's now ready to seek his own food.

    P.S. I'm being facetious, of course; a real cow would never ween a 170 lbs. calf - I've seen 600-800 pound yearlings suckling.

    P.P.S. If that cow has weened you off, remind her that you can make a hella lotta hamburger outta a cow.
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    Whatever. Most people run to the supplement store looking for a quick fix, but instead I opted to use milk to help increase my daily calorie intake. Eventually I became more advanced with timing and designing my meals and I'm now able to eat even more without drinking a ridiculous amount.

    I'm still drinking about half a gallon. I use it mostly right when I go to sleep and just as a drink with my meals.

    But, I have to say it is an ongoing success (I'm still gaining a pound a week, and I'll easily be 210 before I leave high school).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apostol
    Whatever. Most people run to the supplement store looking for a quick fix, but instead I opted to use milk to help increase my daily calorie intake.
    Props for that. I also prefer getting my nutrients from real food.

    Have you talked to the dairy industry? You could be like Jared in the subway commercials, except for bulking up.
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