DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

When will scores be released?

December 29th (Monday) or earlier
35
16%
December 30th (Tuesday)
9
4%
December 31st (Wednesday)
8
4%
January 1st (Thursday)
14
6%
January 2nd (Friday)
115
51%
January 3rd (Saturday)
10
4%
January 4th (Sunday)
5
2%
January 5th (Monday, Official Due-by Date)
28
13%
 
Total votes: 224

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Rigo » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:02 pm

:mrgreen:
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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Wieters » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:03 pm

Also considering we're talking about Philly here, if you're in the area then you have easy access to Amish country, which has plentiful raw, grass-fed milk.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby jw316 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:03 pm

Wieters wrote:
koala-fy wrote:
Rhymes With Wolf wrote:
Dirigo wrote:Cuz rabbit stew was served that evening.

You read my mind, I just didn't want to say it lol.

I was also thinking to myself, "what if the milk killed them?" Then I googled baby rabbits + cow milk. I got some bad news santoki...


:shock: Santoki.....

You know, even humans aren't supposed to drink cow's milk. It's actually pretty bad for us. And for the poor baby cows who the milk is actually for. :(


Image

This map shows lactose intolerance by country. If you're Northern European, like the taste of milk and don't feel any adverse affects then you're probably fine. Perhaps even better considering how full of good stuff milk is. Raw, grass-fed milk at least.


My people come from one of the navy blue shaded areas. Still say fuck it because chocolate milk(shakes) are a gift from the creator

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby jw316 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:04 pm

santoki wrote:
Wieters wrote:Image

This map shows lactose intolerance by country. If you're Northern European, like the taste of milk and don't feel any adverse affects then you're probably fine. Perhaps even better considering how full of good stuff milk is. Raw, grass-fed milk at least.


Image


Lol

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby IsThisForReal » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:04 pm

Rhymes With Wolf wrote:But hormone infused milk spares me the added expense of having to purchase HGH. :?

Ahem. There are no added hormones in milk sold in the US. rBST was the synthetic form of a hormone that cows already produce and the hormone doesn't show up in the milk anyway. But producers have completely stopped using it because of public concern. Now if you get reconstituted milk from Mexico, through Sam's or Walmart, I can't tell you what's in that. But milk is quite rigorously tested and the only difference between raw and not, is that it hasn't been pasturized (heated to a high temp quickly and cooled back down) and sometimes homogonized (pushed through a screen that breaks up fat globules).

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby koala-fy » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:06 pm

Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby nlee10 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:08 pm

koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


Whats the deal with almond milk? I've heard from some people that it's not good for guys...

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby peppermint » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:10 pm

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby IsThisForReal » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:10 pm

koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:

In Africa, tribes that are lactose-intolerant add cow urine to the milk and let it rest for a few days to break down the sugars so that they can digest it. This tells me that people have been drinking milk for a very long time and obviously get a large enough benefit from it to make that worth it.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby koala-fy » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:11 pm

nlee10 wrote:
koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


Whats the deal with almond milk? I've heard from some people that it's not good for guys...


Hmm I don't know I've never heard that. I really only use milk when I make French toast, and then I use almond milk for that. There's also coconut milk.

Now I want French toast........

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Wieters » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:11 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:
Rhymes With Wolf wrote:But hormone infused milk spares me the added expense of having to purchase HGH. :?

Ahem. There are no added hormones in milk sold in the US. rBST was the synthetic form of a hormone that cows already produce and the hormone doesn't show up in the milk anyway. But producers have completely stopped using it because of public concern. Now if you get reconstituted milk from Mexico, through Sam's or Walmart, I can't tell you what's in that. But milk is quite rigorously tested and the only difference between raw and not, is that it hasn't been pasturized (heated to a high temp quickly and cooled back down) and sometimes homogonized (pushed through a screen that breaks up fat globules).


Technically, maybe, but raw milk is usually indicative. Industrial operations don't produce raw milk, small ones do. Small ones (especially those who are going out of their way to produce raw milk) are more inclined to raise their livestock more holistically.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Rigo » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:11 pm

:mrgreen:
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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby nlee10 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:13 pm

peppermint wrote:
nlee10 wrote:
koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


Whats the deal with almond milk? I've heard from some people that it's not good for guys...

Idk about almond milk for dudes, but I have heard that soy milk is bad for y'all b/c it increases estrogen production (or something like that)


hmm, maybe I got the two mixed up. I only drink almond milk on the daily because it's low calories and it fits into my macros. :oops:

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Rhymes With Wolf » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:13 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:
Rhymes With Wolf wrote:But hormone infused milk spares me the added expense of having to purchase HGH. :?

Ahem. There are no added hormones in milk sold in the US.

I know, I was keeeedding. I'm a huge milk proponent. :wink:

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Wieters » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:14 pm

nlee10 wrote:
koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


Whats the deal with almond milk? I've heard from some people that it's not good for guys...


Not sure why this would be the case as it's not qualitatively different from an almond. Almond milk (without anything added) is just almonds blended with water and then put through a sieve or fifteen to get rid of the pulp.

If the brand of almond milk then has a ton of ingredients added to sweeten/preserve/color then it's a different ballgame, but at a fundamental level it's no different than almonds.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Gray » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:14 pm

Is this literally a conversation about milk or are you carefully using euphemisms to avoid getting lounged?

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby IsThisForReal » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:14 pm

Wieters wrote:
IsThisForReal wrote:
Rhymes With Wolf wrote:But hormone infused milk spares me the added expense of having to purchase HGH. :?

Ahem. There are no added hormones in milk sold in the US. rBST was the synthetic form of a hormone that cows already produce and the hormone doesn't show up in the milk anyway. But producers have completely stopped using it because of public concern. Now if you get reconstituted milk from Mexico, through Sam's or Walmart, I can't tell you what's in that. But milk is quite rigorously tested and the only difference between raw and not, is that it hasn't been pasturized (heated to a high temp quickly and cooled back down) and sometimes homogonized (pushed through a screen that breaks up fat globules).


Technically, maybe, but raw milk is usually indicative. Industrial operations don't produce raw milk, small ones do. Small ones (especially those who are going out of their way to produce raw milk) are more inclined to raise their livestock more holistically.

Ha. No. Go visit a dairy. Cows will not produce enough milk to be financially beneficial if you don't treat them well. In robotic parlors where cows are given the choice of when and how often to be milked they end up going like 6 times a day. The main reason farmers do organic or raw anything is because they know people will pay crazy amount for it. It is the biggest pain in the ass to get certified. And most of it doesn't even make sense.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Rigo » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:16 pm

:mrgreen:
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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby koala-fy » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:17 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:
koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:

In Africa, tribes that are lactose-intolerant add cow urine to the milk and let it rest for a few days to break down the sugars so that they can digest it. This tells me that people have been drinking milk for a very long time and obviously get a large enough benefit from it to make that worth it.


There's definitely benefits to it, obviously. There's just also a lot of research on why it's unnecessary. I mean, don't get me wrong, I eat ice cream all the time. I am a very pro-ice cream. I just like having something to say when people give me crap about not drinking milk hahaha

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby KanGaHru » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:17 pm

koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


If tiger's milk were an option, it would be all I'd drink!

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby koala-fy » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:17 pm

Dirigo wrote:
smccgrey wrote:Is this literally a conversation about milk or are you carefully using euphemisms to avoid getting lounged?

Tits.


Ugh is it that obvious??

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby jw316 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:18 pm

smccgrey wrote:Is this literally a conversation about milk or are you carefully using euphemisms to avoid getting lounged?


Lmaoooo. Grey is like "wtf are we talkin about milk or miiiiiiilk" :wink:

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby Rhymes With Wolf » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:20 pm

I think I'd have done better on Saturday had I been breastfed for longer. I hope we start selling human breastmilk here so that I can include it in my retake prep.

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby koala-fy » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:20 pm

jw316 wrote:
smccgrey wrote:Is this literally a conversation about milk or are you carefully using euphemisms to avoid getting lounged?


Lmaoooo. Grey is like "wtf are we talkin about milk or miiiiiiilk" :wink:


In this case I sound like a huge prude :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: DECEMBER 2014 WAITERS

Postby nlee10 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:20 pm

Wieters wrote:
nlee10 wrote:
koala-fy wrote:Yeah, but so many people are lactose-intolerant because it's just not normal for humans to drink milk. Like, we wouldn't drink a tiger's milk, right? But we drink cow's milk? So strange. It has good stuff in it but it can actually, weirdly, contribute to osteoporosis. I prefer to get my calcium elsewhere :mrgreen:

ETA: There was even an LR question about this once. LSAC knows. :lol:


Whats the deal with almond milk? I've heard from some people that it's not good for guys...


Not sure why this would be the case as it's not qualitatively different from an almond. Almond milk (without anything added) is just almonds blended with water and then put through a sieve or fifteen to get rid of the pulp.

If the brand of almond milk then has a ton of ingredients added to sweeten/preserve/color then it's a different ballgame, but at a fundamental level it's no different than almonds.


thank you oh milk expert. I will continue to drink my 30 calorie almond milk. :wink:




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