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07/20/2009

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100% Raw . I tried that about a year ago and also found out that it just didn't work for me. I am total vegan, but I have incorporated some ckooed foods into my diet and am very happy with that. Certainly, there is moderation in all things. Some raw foodists look very unhealthy to me. I feel comfortable and am happy with my vegan lifestyle. I am glad you have found that place in your life too. I hope you stay energized. Cheers!!

tohaa , which I'm pretty sure is a cocunqseene of their time with Carlos, because that's the way he says it.And I think it lends the names much more impact and for me it strengthens the bond I build to my units.For these reasons I would like to give the community a Yu Jing phonetics 101. Maybe the O-12 guys can figure something out on how to do it.Maybe that's a very nice idea for the future podcasts. There could be a japanese, chinese, hebrew, greek etc. lesson, just listen and repeat with a couple of words for explanation. That could make people more comfortable and fond of their units (names).If so I'd be in to do the Chinese.

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