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PeterL
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 2:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Whole Foods Market SUCKs Reply with quote

Nice Chap wrote:
Quote:
I really despise Whole Foods. I used to go there
because I could get a few things cheaply, like salad and
a roll and small quantities of food from the self-serve bins;
and it's located nearby. I recall asking an employee if it
was OK to sample from the bins since who knows what's fresh,
and he said sure that's fine, he says everybody does it.

Perhaps they don't want the homeless sampling their food for free
anymore. Next time try the mission.


Quote:

However the more I went to Whole Foods, not just to one but to
any of them in my area (3 total), the more it has just seemed
like despite a few laid back employees who think rationally
about how the business should be run, actually many of them have
a police state mentality. The other day I could swear that two
of these wage-slaves actually followed me out to my car
to get my license plate number. Could it be because I tried
out an item from a bin like I was told I could? I had previously
noticed that they 'police' the bin area, trying to keep
someone there. Yikes, these people are on edge? Well what
I want to know is, if they're so paranoid then why have bins
at all? And what insane religion is being taught at Whole Foods
that cause people making only $8 on hour at best do things
like follow people out of the store?

On top of that insanity, when I think about it, there's just
no good reason for going to Whole Foods since mostly their prices
are sky-high compared to almost any other store. And it's not
like other stores don't carry equivalent stuff.

And then there's the shoppers! I detect an overly high proportion
of those revolting older female botox-addict types who think
driving a fancy car makes them important, instead of the obvious:
lonely and desperate for attention and of no importance
whatsoever i.e. Desperate Housewives types.

I now recognize that Whole Foods is not so much a supermarket
as it is a corporate high-security boutique which they
operate like someone's little fiefdom, no doubt complete with
torture chamber. Still, most people have an assumption that
when they walk into a retail business to shop, browse,
accept samples, and then buy, that's the end of it.

At this shithole called Whole Foods, it's not about that
kind of simple commerce. It's about them extracting money from
phoney shoppers who pretend to have class, and if you aren't in
their target demographic then screw you, and in fact you'd better
watch out because some of their employees are moronic
True Believers in the Corporate Cause and may be up to no good.
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Mr-Natural-Health
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 3:50 pm    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

Rich wrote:

Quote:
Umm, I think maybe you are confusing "orthopaths" with "osteopaths".

Yep, the irrationality of the post did in fact get me a bit confused.
:(

Quote:
From my web site:

"1822{Natural Hygiene}Isaac Jennings, MD (1788-1874) is known as the
Father of Natural Hygiene. Jennings received his medical degree from
Yale University. After about 15 years of allopathic practice Jennings
founded Orthopathy, Greek for truth in disease. Believing symptoms of
illness was nature's way of purifying the body, he advocated solely
hygienic nursing and comfort, rather than the use of drug medication
treatments. Jennings was famous for treating his patients with placebo
pills made from bread. He wrote three books, Medicine Reform (1847),
Philosophy of Human Life (1852) and Tree of Life (1867). He founded and
published the Water Cure Journal and Herald of Reform."
http://tutorials.naturalhealthperspective.com/history2.html

Outside of a few kooks, Orthopathy lasted only for a few years in the
19th century. Most rational people, refer to what it developed into:
Natural Hygiene.

Natural Hygiene outside of a few Quacky Diet Books is completely dead.
It seems that people kept on dying during supervised fasts at Shelton's
college. After the 8th person died, Shelton's college was finally sued
into bankruptcy.

Anybody claiming to practice Natural Hygiene today is either in the 100
year old range or a Quack with a Mail Order Diploma in Quackery.
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Sbharris[atsign]ix.netcom
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Posts: 1218

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 3:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

Quote:
Excuse me, Bud but in 19 medicals schools Orthopaths are currently
being educated as MDs. And, Orthopaths are allowed to practice

medicine in all 50 of the states in the the US.

I think that all of these comments were half-ass backwards.
Just my opinion, but I am right as usual. Smile <<


Comment:

You have no idea of what you are talking about, as usual.

SBH
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Mr-Natural-Health
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 4:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

Sbharris[atsign]ix.netcom.com wrote:
Quote:
Excuse me, Bud but in 19 medicals schools Orthopaths are currently
being educated as MDs. And, Orthopaths are allowed to practice
medicine in all 50 of the states in the the US.

I think that all of these comments were half-ass backwards.
Just my opinion, but I am right as usual. :)


Comment:

You have no idea of what you are talking about, as usual.

SBH

As usual, the research MD is totally out of date. Smile
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TC
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Posts: 1814

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 7:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Cow Milk Dissed at Indy 500 Reply with quote

rudy-can...@excite.com wrote:
Quote:
From: "Robert Cohen" <notmilk@...
Date: Mon Jun 6, 2005 11:56 am
Subject: Indy 500 Winner Disses Milk notmilk2002
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Indy 500 Winner Disses Milk

At last Sunday's Indianapolis 500 mile car race, David
Letterman (TV talk show host and sponsor of Danica
Patrick's car) said this about the tradition of the
winner drinking milk:

"I got a glug of that last year (in victory lane). I
got there a little late and there was about a third of
it left. They were just passing it around and I thought,
'Well, you're stupid if you don't do this just once,'
so I gave it a shot. I won't say I have an aversion to
dairy products, but at the end of a long, hot day I'm
not sure room-temperature milk is what I'm looking for."
(Letterman laughs)

Dave Letterman is smart enough not to be too critical of
bacteria-filled warm milk. After all, his T.V. network has
received billions of dollars over the years from pizza and
other dairy ads. Letterman is a pro and carefully chooses
his words. The race winner, Dan Wheldon, took a sip of milk,
and admitted that milk is not his cup of tea. After taking
a sip, he poured most of the contents over his own head after
winning the race and becomming an instant millionaire. Wheldon's
words:

"I'm not a big milk drinker. But, for once, it tasted great."

OK. We can live with that. Faced with the challenge of drinking
something he did not really care to consume while millions
watched, he took one small sip, then ceremoniously poured the rest
of the milk over his own head like a baseball player celebrating
a world series victory with a bottle of champagne. We applaud
Wheldon's creative method of avoiding the remaining milk! Here's
a photo of Mr. Wheldon pouring out most of the bottle of milk:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,3-2005250025,00.html

In honor of last Sunday's momentous moment, in which the winner
traditionally drinks from a carton of cow's milk and then
suffers gastric reflux a few hours later, I am offering a
$100 SoyToy (plus shipping) to the first five callers.
That's a $59 savings!

I know...it's not fair that I do this before 10 AM
on a weekday, but, hey, that's when this urge struck
me. Five of you are about to luck out.

The SoyToy usually retails for $159. The first
five people to answer this email can purchase
a SoyToy for a below wholesale price! (Plus shipping
costs of $10 to the Continental United States).

Cry, beg, threaten. It will do you no good. Only
five soymilk machines are available at this special
price. Callers 6-100 will hear these words: "Sorry,
no exceptions."

Add one-half cup of dried soybeans to two quarts of
water, and you'll end up with two quarts of delicious
soymilk in under 30 minutes. This appliance will pay
for itself before the summer's end.

OK---Operators are standing by. Call toll-free:

888-NOT-MILK (888-668-6455)

Robert Cohen
http://www.SoyToy.com


You guys miss the point of Lettermans comments. Hint: he was joking.
Hint: He would've preferred cold champagne as is the tradition.

You guys ought to go out and buy yourselves a sense of humour.

If this is the best argument you can make against milk then you are
wasting valuable bandwidth.

TC
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Frank Rizzo
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Posts: 2

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 8:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Whole Foods Market SUCKs Reply with quote

You need to get laid or have a drink.

Rizzo
"Nice Chap" <nc@lkdsjflkajsdflkjdaslkfjdslkafjdsklfdja.org> wrote in message
news:A6udnayHzbsUpD7fRVn-jA@comcast.com...
Quote:

I really despise Whole Foods. I used to go there
because I could get a few things cheaply, like salad and
a roll and small quantities of food from the self-serve bins;
and it's located nearby. I recall asking an employee if it
was OK to sample from the bins since who knows what's fresh,
and he said sure that's fine, he says everybody does it.

However the more I went to Whole Foods, not just to one but to
any of them in my area (3 total), the more it has just seemed
like despite a few laid back employees who think rationally
about how the business should be run, actually many of them have
a police state mentality. The other day I could swear that two
of these wage-slaves actually followed me out to my car
to get my license plate number. Could it be because I tried
out an item from a bin like I was told I could? I had previously
noticed that they 'police' the bin area, trying to keep
someone there. Yikes, these people are on edge? Well what
I want to know is, if they're so paranoid then why have bins
at all? And what insane religion is being taught at Whole Foods
that cause people making only $8 on hour at best do things
like follow people out of the store?

On top of that insanity, when I think about it, there's just
no good reason for going to Whole Foods since mostly their prices
are sky-high compared to almost any other store. And it's not
like other stores don't carry equivalent stuff.

And then there's the shoppers! I detect an overly high proportion
of those revolting older female botox-addict types who think
driving a fancy car makes them important, instead of the obvious:
lonely and desperate for attention and of no importance
whatsoever i.e. Desperate Housewives types.

I now recognize that Whole Foods is not so much a supermarket
as it is a corporate high-security boutique which they
operate like someone's little fiefdom, no doubt complete with
torture chamber. Still, most people have an assumption that
when they walk into a retail business to shop, browse,
accept samples, and then buy, that's the end of it.

At this shithole called Whole Foods, it's not about that
kind of simple commerce. It's about them extracting money from
phoney shoppers who pretend to have class, and if you aren't in
their target demographic then screw you, and in fact you'd better
watch out because some of their employees are moronic
True Believers in the Corporate Cause and may be up to no good.
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Jeff
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Joined: 25 Mar 2005
Posts: 1313

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 8:30 pm    Post subject: Re: Cow Milk Dissed at Indy 500 Reply with quote

"TC" <tunderbar@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1118092772.384282.289500@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
(...)

Quote:
You guys miss the point of Lettermans comments. Hint: he was joking.
Hint: He would've preferred cold champagne as is the tradition.

You guys ought to go out and buy yourselves a sense of humour.

If this is the best argument you can make against milk then you are
wasting valuable bandwidth.

Au Contraire: He is getting valuable bandwidth for free for his
advertising.

Jeff

Quote:
TC
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Susan
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Posts: 932

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 8:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Whole Foods Market SUCKs Reply with quote

x-no-archive: yes

The NY Times magazine had a feature about how fearful the owner of
Fairway in NY is of the expansion of Whole Foods into the market. What
a coinkydink.

Susan


Frank Rizzo wrote:
Quote:
You need to get laid or have a drink.

Rizzo
"Nice Chap" <nc@lkdsjflkajsdflkjdaslkfjdslkafjdsklfdja.org> wrote in message
news:A6udnayHzbsUpD7fRVn-jA@comcast.com...

I really despise Whole Foods. I used to go there
because I could get a few things cheaply, like salad and
a roll and small quantities of food from the self-serve bins;
and it's located nearby. I recall asking an employee if it
was OK to sample from the bins since who knows what's fresh,
and he said sure that's fine, he says everybody does it.

However the more I went to Whole Foods, not just to one but to
any of them in my area (3 total), the more it has just seemed
like despite a few laid back employees who think rationally
about how the business should be run, actually many of them have
a police state mentality. The other day I could swear that two
of these wage-slaves actually followed me out to my car
to get my license plate number. Could it be because I tried
out an item from a bin like I was told I could? I had previously
noticed that they 'police' the bin area, trying to keep
someone there. Yikes, these people are on edge? Well what
I want to know is, if they're so paranoid then why have bins
at all? And what insane religion is being taught at Whole Foods
that cause people making only $8 on hour at best do things
like follow people out of the store?

On top of that insanity, when I think about it, there's just
no good reason for going to Whole Foods since mostly their prices
are sky-high compared to almost any other store. And it's not
like other stores don't carry equivalent stuff.

And then there's the shoppers! I detect an overly high proportion
of those revolting older female botox-addict types who think
driving a fancy car makes them important, instead of the obvious:
lonely and desperate for attention and of no importance
whatsoever i.e. Desperate Housewives types.

I now recognize that Whole Foods is not so much a supermarket
as it is a corporate high-security boutique which they
operate like someone's little fiefdom, no doubt complete with
torture chamber. Still, most people have an assumption that
when they walk into a retail business to shop, browse,
accept samples, and then buy, that's the end of it.

At this shithole called Whole Foods, it's not about that
kind of simple commerce. It's about them extracting money from
phoney shoppers who pretend to have class, and if you aren't in
their target demographic then screw you, and in fact you'd better
watch out because some of their employees are moronic
True Believers in the Corporate Cause and may be up to no good.



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LManfe
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Joined: 06 Jun 2005
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 9:58 pm    Post subject: Re: Dairy & Allegies Reply with quote

I have to agree, my health also declines from most all dairy products.
However, I have had pretty good luck with Goats Milk products and
actually prefer the taste too. You may want to try that. I recently
posted a link on this subject on a directory I found online that deals
in kids education/wellness issues. You may find this a useful place for
such information as discussed in this forum. www.educationwellness.com

PF Riley wrote:
Quote:
On Sun, 29 May 2005 11:13:44 GMT, "George Lagergren"
gel44@earthlink.net> wrote:

"George Lagergren" replied:

I drank cow's milk for 30 years after graduating from college.
Cow's milk gave me strep throats and lung congestion. I gave it up
about 10 years ago. My health declines when I drink cow's milk.

"PF Riley" <pfriley@watt-not.com> wrote:

Funny, I thought the streptococcus bacterium gives you strep throat.
Silly me.

To PF Riley ---> Yes, silly you. If you had been following
the anti-cow's milk discussion in this ng, you would have learned cow's milk
is an extremely high mucus producing food product.


No, I would have learned that you think so.


Mucus producing food products causes germs to stay within the human body.


And the human body is otherwise germ-free?


Thus, many cow's milk drinkers tend to get ear infections and strep
throats. Also, some cow's milk drinkers may tend to get asthma / lung
congestion.


Gosh, and many kids in my practice who wear Spiderman udnerwear get
ear infections, strep throat, and asthma, too! I think I'm on to
something!


In other words, M.D.s who see patients with an ear infection or
a strep throat should ask that patient: "Are you a cow's milk drinker?"


Why not ask, "Does your home have windows?" Or, "Do you wear socks?"

What you fail to understand, as do many who think they have Figured It
All Out with limited knowledge, is that if you take a population where
most of the people meet some condition, and then look at a disease,
you WILL find a correlation between the condition and the disease,
whether there is causation or not.

Most kids drink milk, strep throat or not. This does not prove that
milk causes strep throat.


So when I quit consuming dairy & drinking cow's milk, the
streptococcus bacterium germ was NOT able to get a "hold" in my body.
Therefore, no strep throats for me during the past ten years.


Look up "post hoc, ergo propter hoc" in your favorite search engine.

Or, there's the real phenomenon of "regression toward the mean".

Finally, you didn't tell us your age, but you probably didn't know
that strep throat is primarily a disease of school-age children and
teenagers.


M.D.s who practice medicine from the diet medicine or
nutritional medicine viewpoint [rather than from the pharm drug medicine
viewpoint] say dairy (& cow's milk) products causes adverse health problems
for the human body.


Hmm... let's see... someone with a bias towards nutritional basis of
disease makes a claim about a nutritional basis for disease.


Are you able to understand the my comments above?


Your grammar notwithstanding, yes.

PF
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 1:51 am    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

Quote:
Jennings received his medical degree from
Yale University.

Would that not be a recommendation?

Quote:
Believing symptoms of
illness was nature's way of purifying the body, he advocated solely

hygienic nursing and comfort, rather than the use of drug medication
Quote:
treatments.

It seems to me that there was a famous nurse who believed and practiced
the same thing. As I recall, in her wing of the hospital only 4% of
the soldiers died compared to over 40% for those treated by the
allopathic MDs.

Quote:
Jennings was famous for treating his patients with placebo
pills made from bread.

Famous? Famous? How in the world was this possible?? Perhaps he
HEALED his patients rather than killing them with
arsenic/strychnine/bleeding as the allopaths of that day and even today
do/did. Yes, the docs are again bleeding their patients and they still
use mercury.

Quote:
Outside of a few kooks, Orthopathy lasted only for a few years in the
19th century.

Your slanted history will not work on me. Orthopathy lasted until past
1908 when the last medical school was forced out of operation by the
medical monopoly because the school refused to teach Pasteur's germ
theory of disease to its students.

You should also check out Dr. Graham, MD. You know, the one for whom
the graham cracker is named for.

Quote:
Natural Hygiene outside of a few Quacky Diet Books is >completely dead.

It is dead only to those who cannot read, comprehend, and understand
the truth.

It goes under the name of Natural Hygiene which dates from the time
when the Hygienists preferred cleanliness in the hospitals while the
allopaths feared water and cleanliness. As you know, the patients of
the allopaths died by the thousands due to all the infections while
those of the Hygienists did not suffer the pus and sickness that the
allopaths heaped upon their patients, both old and newborn.

I, for one, will not allow the truth to be buried. Allopathic medicine
is no different that the SS and the Nazis. Their lies and the billions
of deaths cannot be allowed to be swept under the rug if we truly want
evidence based scientific medicne based upon the truth.

Quote:
Anybody claiming to practice Natural Hygiene today is either in the 100
year old range or a Quack with a Mail Order Diploma in >Quackery.


Tell that to all the MDs, DOs, and DCs who have taken up the banner of
the medical truth and are trying to serve the public in the manner that
both the profession and the public desire.

DrC PhD
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 2:43 am    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

drceephd2@netscape.com wrote:

Quote:
Anybody claiming to practice Natural Hygiene today is either in the 100
year old range or a Quack with a Mail Order Diploma in >Quackery.

Tell that to all the MDs, DOs, and DCs who have taken up the banner of
the medical truth and are trying to serve the public in the manner that
both the profession and the public desire.

Shelton basically defined Natural Hygiene as everything good that
works.

It is just a bunch of B/S that ended up killing people on long fasts.
The only thing notable about Natural Hygiene was that it was totally
against taking drugs, including herbal medicine and probably even
vitamin supplements.

It is dead and does not exist today as there are only mail order
colleges teaching natural hygience. And, the Diamons in _Fit for Life_
turned it into a method of losing weight. It is a totall joke.

Just my opinion, but I am right as usual.
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Tim Campbell
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Posts: 101

PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 4:18 am    Post subject: Re: Whole Foods Market SUCKs Reply with quote

Phantom 309 wrote:


Quote:
Ok which one is the moocher - show of hands please...

By "moocher" do you mean anyone who has, on occasion, "grazed" in the
Whole Foods bulk bins...guilty here...confession is good for the soul...
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MMu
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 6:34 am    Post subject: Re: Cow Milk Dissed at Indy 500 Reply with quote

Quote:
rudy-can...@excite.com wrote:
From: "Robert Cohen" <notmilk@...
Date: Mon Jun 6, 2005 11:56 am
Subject: Indy 500 Winner Disses Milk notmilk2002
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Indy 500 Winner Disses Milk

At last Sunday's Indianapolis 500 mile car race, David
Letterman (TV talk show host and sponsor of Danica
Patrick's car) said this about the tradition of the
winner drinking milk:

"I got a glug of that last year (in victory lane). I
got there a little late and there was about a third of
it left. They were just passing it around and I thought,
'Well, you're stupid if you don't do this just once,'
so I gave it a shot. I won't say I have an aversion to
dairy products, but at the end of a long, hot day I'm
not sure room-temperature milk is what I'm looking for."
(Letterman laughs)

THAT's it? you type all this babble for a sentence that can be read: "I'd
rather have cold champangne than warm milk?" some incredible dissing there..
NOT.

Quote:
Dave Letterman is smart enough not to be too critical of
bacteria-filled warm milk. After all, his T.V. network has
received billions of dollars over the years from pizza and
other dairy ads. Letterman is a pro and carefully chooses
his words. The race winner, Dan Wheldon, took a sip of milk,
and admitted that milk is not his cup of tea. After taking
a sip, he poured most of the contents over his own head after
winning the race and becomming an instant millionaire. Wheldon's
words:

"I'm not a big milk drinker. But, for once, it tasted great."

OK. We can live with that. Faced with the challenge of drinking
something he did not really care to consume while millions
watched, he took one small sip, then ceremoniously poured the rest
of the milk over his own head like a baseball player celebrating
a world series victory with a bottle of champagne. We applaud
Wheldon's creative method of avoiding the remaining milk! Here's
a photo of Mr. Wheldon pouring out most of the bottle of milk:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,3-2005250025,00.html

In honor of last Sunday's momentous moment, in which the winner
traditionally drinks from a carton of cow's milk and then
suffers gastric reflux a few hours later, I am offering a
$100 SoyToy (plus shipping) to the first five callers.
That's a $59 savings!

I know...it's not fair that I do this before 10 AM
on a weekday, but, hey, that's when this urge struck
me. Five of you are about to luck out.

The SoyToy usually retails for $159. The first
five people to answer this email can purchase
a SoyToy for a below wholesale price! (Plus shipping
costs of $10 to the Continental United States).

Cry, beg, threaten. It will do you no good. Only
five soymilk machines are available at this special
price. Callers 6-100 will hear these words: "Sorry,
no exceptions."

Add one-half cup of dried soybeans to two quarts of
water, and you'll end up with two quarts of delicious
soymilk in under 30 minutes. This appliance will pay
for itself before the summer's end.

OK---Operators are standing by. Call toll-free:

888-NOT-MILK (888-668-6455)

Robert Cohen
http://www.SoyToy.com
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 11:32 am    Post subject: Re: Medical Control Medical Corruption Reply with quote

drceephd2@netscape.com wrote:

Quote:
Tell that to all the MDs, DOs, and DCs who have taken up the banner of
the medical truth and are trying to serve the public in the manner that
both the profession and the public desire.

I just did. Smile
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Cyrus Afzali
medicine forum beginner


Joined: 07 Jun 2005
Posts: 2

PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 11:58 am    Post subject: Re: Whole Foods Market SUCKs Reply with quote

On 6 Jun 2005 22:58:51 GMT, Susan <nevermind@nomail.com> wrote:

Quote:
x-no-archive: yes

The NY Times magazine had a feature about how fearful the owner of
Fairway in NY is of the expansion of Whole Foods into the market. What
a coinkydink.

I can see his worry, but to me they're serving two different markets.
Fairway gives you wide quality at still decent prices. Whole Foods
doesn't have any reasonable prices at all, really. Try to get
$4.99/pound coffee at Whole Foods.

The whole key to Fairway's success was quality at reasonable prices.
Whole Foods just takes advantage of the fact that often NY'ers and
other city residents are willing to vastly overpay for something once
it's the thing to have.
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