Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Party Rooster, Nov 17, 2011.
Where's the jack-booted federal agents when you really need them? :icon_cool
good. maybe it'll kill more people from san fransisco
Meh it's legal there as long as the dairy has the correct state permits... still I wouldn't drink it.
How 'bout a nice medium rare stake, would you eat that? Comes from the same cows the milk comes from.
A little different... meat obviously has blood in it (that milk has some times) but the puss ewwwww...
Cool, sounds like the system worked: A few kids got sick, so they recalled the milk even though there is no evidence (yet) that the milk actually caused it. I'm sure it would have been better if the feds had barged in with guns drawn a few years ago and put his whole company out of business and everyone out of a job.
Raw milk is the same as raw steak.
Pasteurizing milk is the same as cooking a steak medium rare... only a retard would think raw is "healthier" than cooked... for both meat and milk.
So this would not be recommended?
I've got no problem with people being able to drink raw milk, although I wouldn't touch it myself. I'm supportive of anything that thins out the hippie herd.
Forgot about that... I'd eat me some yummy carpaccio way before I'd drink some shitty raw hippy milk.
Who the fuck wants raw milk?
God damn stupid hippie fags.
Same ones that don't inoculate their children...
People who who want to be healthy... and by healthy I mean puking and shitting their E. coli colonized guts out.
A wide variety of germs that are sometimes found in raw milk, can make people sick, including bacteria (e.g., Brucella, Campylobacter, Listeria, Mycobacterium bovis (a cause of tuberculosis), Salmonella, Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli [e.g., E. coli O157], Shigella, Yersinia), parasites (e.g., Giardia AKA Beaver Fever heh), and viruses (e.g., norovirus).
Sorry to quote the jack booted thugs at the CDC...
That's the little motherfucker that got me. Was hiding in the mayo not the milk though. Put me through 5 straight day of the intestinal ultraviolence... real horror show.
No thank you... the hippies can keep that shit.
Yep that's a charming one... got something last year where I had to shit (actually was shoot warm soup out of my asshole) basically every 20 minutes for like 3 days straight.
Thought I had intestinal bleeding until I realized I just drank a huge bottle of Fruit Punch Gatorade... drank some Grape... came out purple... gah that was awful.
Only thing that kept me hydrated was Pedialite...
Just to put things in perspective: while you were discussing this tummy ache caused by too little government supervision, dozens of kids died in car accidents. On government owned roads.
If you prepare a stake medium rare, it doesn't destroy the bacteria in the center. It doesn't even make them uncomfortable.
It's just that the vast majority of cows don't have the bacteria, and even if they were to have it, both the meat and milk are generally collected under conditions which avoid getting them infected. That's why it's fine to eat undercooked stake and drink raw milk.
Great. And if sometimes was a number, that would be information. As it is, it's not. Sometimes drinking water kills people. In fact it kills people whaaaay more often than milk.
Raw milk is necessary to make some cheeses. I'd try it to see what the big difference is.
Well I guess I could count the federally reported ones here... then go through each state and gather those reports as well I guess...
That's the one that got me. I must have inadvertently drank some of that stuff when I was around 12 years old...:icon_cool
The thread title.
How the thread title appears in the "New Forum Posts" box.
Personally, I hate the taste of raw milk. I only like low fat milk.
But the raw milk people have all kinds of valid points: there is some evidence that pasteurized milk is bad for the stomach. Not anything definitive though, as far as I know, but it's pretty solid.
It also makes sense to say that the more processed your food is, the more likely it is to be harmful in some way. We have evolved to have a symbiotic relationship with all kinds of bacteria and viruses that are found in traditional foods, for instance, and sterilizing everything we consume and come into contact with is scientifically proven to harm people.
So don't be an arrogant retard. If you wanna discuss the merits of their argument, go ahead. But comparing this to someone openly going against medical science, and refusing to inoculate his kids, based on nothing except "the government kida, sorta (but not really) says so" is stupid.
Go ahead. The end result would prove how much of a non-issue this is.
Is that a Foundry Music Water Mark on that pic?
I got a fever and the only prescription, is more beaver!!