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bacon, Weight of America, and Democracy: Rules for vs. Rules on

June 4, 2012


Thinking into the weight of America and how our lives are molded I can’t help but wonder, why so much bacon? 

I don’t want to show you pictures of farms, or tell you about the really, sick things that happen to make cows more apt at producing meat.  Not today, or ever from me. I still think the commercials with those little kids with big eyes that ask for money do more damage than good.  I think they may get money but they actually just allow people to become accustom to overlooking or under appreciating the amount of help they can do, and the Power itself that comes from being a part of something that has the intentions someone would expect a pious cause to have. If it is just inside you.

What is real? I know I know. Stop diggin’ on existence, well shut up.

Our bodies are made up of something that is made up of something, infinite.  We can know about it by looking in and with correct allocation of resources and time, technology and innovation, will and power, we can develop a more detailed View. 

In an attempt to See scientists have been looking into various types of foods.

In an attempt to See people sociologist have been looking into people threwout time and space, and with the internet taking off [technology wise] we are able to do these cross-cultural analysis’s at new levels of accuracy and in, really, ridiculous speeds.

In an attempt to Think I have been thinking for a while about the weight of America, then when a friend of mine showed me a Thing that her mom was doing [The Weight of America] I got hit.  Speculation is tolerance, here…

Livestock cultivation has been often referred to as the worst thing in history for the health of the individual.  What I mean is, before, when tools were a animal fur jacket and tomahawk life was really changed when the nomadic man changed into a non-moving entity.  Eventually lines were drawn, wars were fought, and people we able to reproduce under protection at a rate that we were able to take over all that the light touches, human beings.  This was subconsciously happening. We, our evolution, was able to choose a path of creativity and imagination with nostalgic attachments to material objects because we were able to keep things.  As our numbers grew so did the communication levels needed and the parts of the brain compensated for, raised our linguistic capabilities and adjusting for setting on the globe with our sensories [the 5 senses]. [Really it is crazy to me to thing that we, the people developed so much the same so far away and in seemingly consistently different geographies and climates]  The pictures of primitive skulls show the evolution, and just like in a democracy there is power in numbers and cooperative direction, there is power in numbers In evolution because locally [Relative] Effects. 

So the sedentiary life of agriculture and horticulture had the obvious drawbacks of less leisure time and less movement with the peace of mind in the security that a house, community, city, state, world, can have When.

And it might be a little broad to say anything like that, [livestock cultivation] defiantly changed the game but why is America the Biggest nation?  We have TV shows about losing weight, people addicted to non-drug drugs, a whole industry of OTC pills dedicated to weight loss.  Our heart burn problem stems out of something, looking into the sun I think about “The Almighty Doller”, as Lil Wayne discusses in his work I’m me—a beautiful piece of his lifes work that portrays a picture perfect street dream.  Not being ironic, I see that he see’s what people Think they want, sorry to some but what’s up to some. The big fish know what I’m talking about, my NY blanks.  Who’s to say if life should be how it is painted, or that Monster Wayne could say how things really are. But it is possible to see what studio and television and times want. [haha not this, I tell people something no one else can because I, Know—that I don’t Know anything]

I never shook anything that wasn’t segregated.  And nothing will be enough, even if I were the last on earth I’d still try to bring the people together to agree On.

So I’ll look into the biggest money making money makers, maybe some other stuff along the way that makes sense to me why it connects.  It hits me in the face.

So what is marketable about bacon, is it the price? We know that competition drives down quality and price [usually], so is it reasonable to think that something was sacrificed in this quest to feed the hunger—the materialist power that comes from being about to save money from generations, and the retardation that holding onto money has on evolution, the politics that have been practiced and carried out the same threw out all written time [that’s another day, really I don’t know about that wording yet]

Protecting one’s investment is something that responsibility pushed by social taboo inject into us when we leave the cut. Ever sense the first look into the light we [Americans] are told what is good or bad in an effort to ‘protect us’, to give us a shield to help the public eye look at You better, in the magazines or books or newspapers, those are all aimed to sell and please—The root of all evil, and creativity. 

Greed isn’t the same as it usted to be, paper currency took that to a different level if you ask me.  And the respect that people think that comes from being a ‘Rich Boy’, or why else would ‘show me the tax returns’ be common language quote.

So is it the competition or the minds lust for flavor that caused livestock to be one of the most profitable industries in the most proportionally bigger nation? [SHIT, then you could give power to the wrong conversation by asking if it is unconstitutional to try and help people by putting legislative restrictions on citizens personal choices.

One thing I don’t get is how rules on can be the same as rules for. Do I have to say it twice?


If people don’t act now, all the lawyers in the world won’t measure up to the delay in Democracy we will continue to see. Break fast then. Be trail blazers. Be bold.Image


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