Becoming a fakeologist hasn’t changed my conservative view of fatherhood or marriage. Here’s an article I would have posted years before that I still agree with.
Let’s start with the obvious: Becoming a father changes a man’s outlook. It focuses his attention. It typically encourages him to work harder and think more about the future. It tends to make him less selfish. He’ll tend to spend less time staying out late, tomcatting around with his buddies, and more time trying to be a regular citizen and a good guy. Many studies have documented these changes.
In my ongoing discovery of what’s true and what’s not, I am slowly discovering that the closer we eat to our original, intended diets the better our health will be.
Like 9/11 truth, all of my conclusions feel logical and simple, and that’s why I am ultimately convinced that my position is sound and probably correct.
I am slowly moving the staples of my diet from animals to raw fruit and vegetables. Just looking at many of the people on youtube promoting these diets is shaping my opinion. The pretty freelea the banana girl and her sturdy boyfriend Durian Rider indicate that their diets seem sound.
It’s with this prelude that I snapped and had to comment on the above trailer billboard. If these farmers presumably eat what they’re promoting, then I am more likely to avoid their product based on their appearance. I don’t want to look like them, so I will avoid what they’re eating.
Sadly, they look like a growing majority of the population. Something is wrong with what that majority is eating.