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Scott Francis Baker


November 12th, 2002

Potsie: All my other sex advice involves hooker death so it probably wouldn't apply. @ 11:24 pm

I'd like to start off with a little wisdom from my buddy Andrew: "do you think you would ever be able to watch cheers again if you heard the
sound of ben climaxing during the begining credits?"

Now that that is out of the way... Maybe I've been watching too much Star Trek lately, but I've been thinking about the transporters, and how cool those could be. You could really save some time. No more "eating," you could just beam the food directly into your stomach. I was thinking, if I could just beam the food into my stomach, what would I beam in there? At that point, taste becomes completely irrelevant. Stop and think about the food you eat, 99% of it is processed and designed to taste good. And not neccessarily to be good for you. I don't think I'd bother to "consume" anything except totally organic foods. All fruits and vegetables, maybe some grains. No reason to bother with anything processed at all.
 
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From:andrewd
Date:November 13th, 2002 04:33 am (UTC)
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yeah but if you didnt chew the food up, you would get incredibly constipated and quite ill transporting a whole apple etc into your stomach, your body wouldnt be able to break it down quickly enough
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From:davidfrey
Date:November 13th, 2002 07:17 am (UTC)
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Doing that is completely ignoring one of the senses. You might need to encorporate some psycho therapy. On the flipside, there is replicator technology that seems to develop about the same time transporters do. Replicators have all the nutritional value you need, but still taste like a snickers bar, or turkey sandwhich - you get the picture.
From:bigj
Date:November 14th, 2002 02:45 pm (UTC)
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Since you put it that way. You could also do it in reverse. You could beam shit out of your colon so that you don't have to take a shit. It would realy make long car rides more interesting

Scott Francis Baker