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am_Unition  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: This Pricey 'Raw Water' Is a Total Scam—$64 Gets You Tap Water from Oregon

And anything with “chemicals” is toxic. So, pretty much everything.

We should all stay indoors and subsist on a diet of Purell hand sanitizer.

bfv  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

The matter-free diet fad is inevitable at this point.

veen  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

I'm holding out for the anti-matter diet. Great way to get rid of some weight and release all your energy!

francopoli  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  
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am_Unition  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

I can envision the Tim & Eric skit.

    With the new KaBOOM pills, from Cinco, just one, and you're done! After your stomach acids eat through the mag lev device, the antimatter is no longer suspended, and is free to annihilate with that pesky stomach lining. Although the pill will kill you, we are the first diet pill company to guarantee meaningful weightloss for any user. After your corpse is stitched back together for the funeral, some of your bits will have been left behind, on walls, floors, and ceilings, resulting in a second round of weightloss. You'll be thin, in your coffin, and that's how you'll be remembered.
francopoli  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Breatharians are the whackjobs you are looking for. These people were big for a while until they were caught shopping at 7-11's and I am not joking.

bfv  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

    Wiley Brooks later claimed that Diet Coke and McDonald's cheeseburgers have special "5D" properties. The idea of separate but interconnected 5D and 3D worlds is a major part of Wiley Brooks' ideology, and Wiley Brooks encourages his followers to only eat these special 5D foods, as well as meditate on a set of magical 5D words.

I was not disappointed.

OftenBen  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

FirebrandRoaring  ·  381 days ago  ·  link  ·  

In the same vein as francopoli: sun-gazers. People who believe they can survive solely by the energy of the Sun.

And apparently, NASA confirmed that sun-gazing is a real energy source. Of course they didn't: the article's first line goes:

    The title may have taken you off guard, but like all the other things in life you have to read between the lines and decipher the real meaning that is evident here.