Bootstrapping your body towards maximum life span

Posted 9 Feb 2006 at 02:03 UTC by proclus Share This

It looks like it is going to be a long and bloody useless war, but here is something that you can do to make the most it. You can even make it a part of your war protest, while helping yourself at the same time.


Complicated .., posted 9 Feb 2006 at 08:46 UTC by steved » (Journeyer)

.. Taoist alchemy seems simpler :)

Relevance, posted 9 Feb 2006 at 15:20 UTC by Omnifarious » (Journeyer)

Ahh, yet more reasons to stop bothering with the Advogato front page.

Blistering barnacles, it's the holy cow!, posted 9 Feb 2006 at 19:14 UTC by bi » (Journeyer)

Forget the so-called "red-green-brown" alliance between Communists, Islamic extremists, and Christian fundamentalists. What we really have is a huge monolithic alliance between Haliburton, McDonalds, Enron, K-Mart, Microsoft, Monsanto, SCO, and... well, some evil corporation or other. Or so we're told.

And what better way to protest the war and bring down Dubya than to buy less food from random people most of whom aren't even in the list above? Sure, it's nowhere near as sensational as getting sexy girls to strip to their bare essentials. But deep in our hearts, we know that this strategy definitely works!

And while we're at it, let's pull in this dude named Timothy Leary -- actually I don't even know who he is or what he actually accomplished, but what's important is, he's opinionated and he Sticks It To The Man! What's more, he made some vague prediction about something happening with something which is sort of remotely related to something else... wait, where was I?

Re: Blistering barnacles, it's the holy cow!, posted 9 Feb 2006 at 22:04 UTC by proclus » (Master)

bi, you are indeed clueful, and I reverence your absurd wisdom.

> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calorie_restriction

Thanks for the link! I added it.

Regards,
proclus
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