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Member Since 18 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 27 2014 04:31 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Strange News Bulletin

27 July 2014 - 03:25 PM

'on purpose to buy drugs'. I don't... where does this man live that a black market TOILET is

going to bring enough revenue for a hit?

In Topic: Ummm, Oral Sex Question?

02 June 2014 - 05:01 PM

Beth, I would say, simply, if something makes you sick, don't do it. Eat it, I mean. Er,

anyway.... #1 basic rule: If your body doesn't like it, listen to your body. That's the

one rule everyone on this board will advise you to follow. The rest of it is, clearly,

debatable lol :rolleyes:

In Topic: Barley Amylase?

02 June 2014 - 03:53 PM

What was the product?

In Topic: Psychedelics Changed My Life.

28 May 2014 - 12:54 PM

There's a lot of fine lines in the discussion regarding illegal substances. Personal

responsibility is pretty much the only factor in distinguishing safe use and

unsafe use. Knowing you're using an altering substance and driving is

irresponsible and causes untold grief, just look at the drunk driving statistics. On

the other side of the coin, consider the study being done on low-dose psilocybin

and it's healing effects on PTSD sufferers. I've personally had marijuana relieve

serious pain from shingles, but find no benefit from it when I'm not ill or injured.

I haven't read enough about ayahuasca to have any opinion as to it's safety or

efficacy, but I do know LSD carries many dangers. My only wish for anyone

reading this conversation would be to take away this: STUDY. Study anything

you may choose to use exhaustively, discerningly, take nothing as a given or

for granted.

In Topic: Glutino Crackers

23 May 2014 - 06:45 PM

Here's the reply I got from Glutino when I asked about whether their crackers were made on a dedicated line.

If I understand correctly, their crackers are not included as something that is made on a dedicated line. (Unlike many of their other products...this fits with what the woman on the phone told me as well). 


I don't know how I feel about it, as I've been accidentally glutened by products that are made on non-dedicated lines.... But perhaps they are safer about it than other places.




Dear ....,

Thank you for taking the time to contact us here at Glutino. We always appreciate hearing from consumers who care enough to reach out to us with their comments or questions.

As a pioneer in the gluten-free industry, Glutino is committed to creating the best tasting gluten-free products. All of Glutino’s pastas, breads, bagels, bars, and baking mixes are made in dedicated gluten free facilities. Regardless of where we produce the products, our stringent quality control processes go beyond industry standards and all products must pass rigorous internal and external testing for gluten before distribution.

Thank you for choosing Glutino products. We hope you continue to enjoy our products for many years to come!


Your Friends at Glutino




Yeah, that didn't mention the crackers.....

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