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Building an Empire is like trying to focus on one specific thing.  Once you've got your idea down, it's often more difficult to focus and maintain that goal than it is to just not do it.  Remember though, Empires were not built over night and those who give up, never accomplish anything.
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Starting to work out my lifestyle and work ethics more.  I've gotta start finding my Zen in everything I do.  If there is no Zen, there is no progress.  After all, progress is needed if I want to get to Japan.
If you're on a journey to get to Japan and start doing research early, you'll likely find that the Japanese people are hard workers. They often work more hours per week than the average American does. Despite the long work hours, they still live longer lives than most other countries do.
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According to a study in Japan, those who eat less meat are at risk of Cerebral Infarction death.

http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/35/7/1531.full
 Next Section Abstract Background and Purpose— A traditional diet that is poor in animal products is thought to explain the high rate of stroke in Asian populations. The purpose of the present study was to examine the effect of a diet rich in animal protein, animal fat, and cholesterol on the risk of cerebral infarction mortality in a Japanese population. Methods— A prospective study of 3731 Japanese men and women aged 35 to 89 years was conduct...
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Back from out of town, got a bit of catching up to do.
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Why correlation does not equal causation.
Why does correlation not equal causation? Well, there are many reasons as to why correlation does not equal causation. If you're serious about educating yourself and getting smarter, then you'll listen up to what is being said here. Far too many in the Anti-Vaccine movement actually don't seem ...
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I think it's time to get busy and get some work done.  It's time to seriously start focusing on the task of getting to Japan in a few months.
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I do fancy a good steak.  That looks so yummy.
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If you practice a vegan life style and still think vegetarianism represents the most ethical position, then think again. If everyone on earth converted to a pure vegetarian diet, then what need do we have for domesticated farm animals? They can't live without us and if we no longer need their meat or hide, then we have no reason to raise them (except for a few to keep in zoos). If you think the free cattle roaming around the streets of India represents a solution, then you have not thought it through. These poor diseased starving creatures hardly represent an ethical solution any more than free-roaming feral cats and dogs, and they still require humans to keep them barely alive.

In human terms we would call this genocide. Ironical as it may seem, by eating animal meat we keep their species thriving. And what about those precious cats and dogs that we so dearly love? They live strictly as pure carnivores! Now what? The question for vegetarians then becomes: "Should I allow an animal live a short but generally happy life, rather than no life at all?"

Also consider the life spans of wild animals compared to domesticated animals. Wild animals don't have the protection against prey and diseases as do domesticated animals and they usually live short lives. Protected White-tailed deer, for example, have a life expectancy of up to 15 years, but in the wild, males live an average of 2 years, and females live around 3 years. I don't know the life-spans of pre-historic wide cattle and sheep, but I'll bet domesticated animals live as long or longer than the pre-historic versions (not counting veal, which would violate the animal rights argument presented here).

http://www.nobeliefs.com/comments9.htm
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Fact: There are more allergies related to Plants than there are to Meat.  I guess Vegans never factor that into their argument do they?  If humans are strictly plant eaters, then how come we have all these allergies.  Ever hear of humans getting allergies to steak or pork?  I've only heard of one person in my lifetime that couldn't eat meat at all.  That's because of a condition that they've had when they were little.  Which is very rare.  So, it boggles my mind when Vegans try to argue that a plant based diet is natural for humans.

http://www.foodallergy.org/facts-and-stats
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Going to be out of town for two days.  So, I'll see everyone Sunday evening probably.
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Storm rolling in.  I've gotta shut down for a while.
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Just installed Osmo for Linux.  It's a task manager software that will help me in my daily to do list.  Going to give it a try and see how that goes.  I wanted to install Wunderlist, wich I have used in the past to a great deal of success.  However, I could not install the proper package for Wunderlist.  I copied and pasted the sudo apt part into the Terminal and it couldn't be found.  Oh well, I guess I won't be using Wunderlist.  When you can't use one thing, you've got to use the next best thing.
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