17 comments on “The Great Paleo Dieter Roundup…Or Not

  1. I knew this woman who had a pet remedy which she mixed up in her bathtub – essential oils and certain salts (I won’t say which – that would be telling!). And OMG wasn’t she shocked, shocked, shocked on discovering that the laws petaining to making medical claims and flogging your homemade remedies!

    I never explained to her that those laws were put there precisely because of medical ignoramuses like herself selling patent medicines to the sick. That it wasn’t incidental, that she was exactly the kind of person the laws were meant to allply to.

  2. Why in the hell would the government put paleo dieters in camps? That’s asinine. I can’t stop laughing.

    “The Paleo-Game Cult wants to be rebellous, but without all the messy problems that real revolutionaries have to deal with”

    That is so true, and there’s so much of that going around.

    • Why in the hell would the government put paleo dieters in camps? That’s asinine. I can’t stop laughing.

      It’s silly. The government doesn’t care if you follow a fad diet. It’s not going to persecute you for it. Even if all the paleo dieters’ conspiracy theories were true, the government still wouldn’t care about them. They’re a tiny and insignifigant group of people who aren’t even capable of holding down jobs. The government would look at them and declare them to be no threat whatsoever and not bother with them.

      That is so true, and there’s so much of that going around.

      There’s definitely a lot it. Besides the, “Look at me. I’m cool because I’m a rebel.” aspect of fighting a fake war with the government, I have noticed that what the paleo dieters and other groups use the argument of, “the goverment is persecuting me to hide the truth so what I’m saying must be true.” The paleo dieters can’t produce any evidence that their diet works so they lie about being persecuted by the government in a silly attempt to prove the paleo diet “true”.

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