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Geeeeeesh... you guy with your so called facts; which can't possibly be true to begin with, since the world is only 3000 years old.... and flat.
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On Mar 11, 2019, Dannydoyle wrote:
Bill to be fair JoeJoe had no idea you would be using facts and proof in this discussion.

Good point, Danny.

I need to remind myself to stop doing that. Nasty habit.
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Geeeeeesh... you guy with your so called facts; which can't possibly be true to begin with, since the world is only 3000 years old.... and flat.

Evidently the only exception being my back yard, where the silly corgi digs.
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On Mar 11, 2019, S2000magician wrote:
And you're assuming that man had to cook a deer before eating it.


He needed to figured out how to make a knife before he could even think about eating the thing - duh!!

He can't run as fast, his fingers can't rip into the deer's leather hide, nor can his teeth get to the flesh until AFTER he "learns" how to make tools - so simple.

Man could not have possibly eaten flesh before he ate plants, this is pure basic common sense - just think it through, sheesh. [[rolling eyes]]

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And you're assuming that man had to cook a deer before eating it.

He needed to figured out how to make a knife before he could even think about eating the thing - duh!!

Yes, JoeJoe: duh!

What does that have to do with cooking venison?

(Hint: nothing.)

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On Mar 11, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:
He can't run as fast, his fingers can't rip into the deer's leather hide, nor can his teeth get to the flesh until AFTER he "learns" how to make tools - so simple.

Nobody's disputing that.

What does it have to do with cooking venison?

(Hint: nothing.)

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On Mar 11, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:
Man could not have possibly eaten flesh before he ate plants, this is pure basic common sense - just think it through, sheesh. [[rolling eyes]]

Nobody suggested that Man ate meat before eating plants. That's stupid.

What does that have to do with cooking venison?

(Hint: nothing. Just think it through. Sheesh!)
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YES we have our DUH! From the "World's Foremost Authority"!! Oh I miss that bit. Brilliant.

Saying duh when actually being totally wrong is HILARIOUS!!!!!!

Thank you for being so predictable.

Why would he have to have a knife to eat a deer? I don't see many mountain lions packing blades. Eating rotting flesh requires no knife.

BUT here JoeJoe try reading and learning instead of pontificating and bloviating.
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/news......-bodies/

"Carnivorous humans go back a long way. Stone tools for butchering meat, and animal bones with corresponding cut marks on them, first appear in the fossil record about 2.5 million years ago."

These morons at National Geographic seem to agree with Bill. But JoeJoe has declared "duh" so I guess he must be right huh?
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These morons at National Geographic seem to agree with Bill.

In their defense, I once paid for a subscription, so they feel that they have to pander to me. I believe that "beholdin'" is le mot juste.
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Hey! Human jaws do not have the capability of tearing apart a carcass.

I mean those 2 blonde, blue eyed people who were just evicted from a garden (where there were fruit a plenty) wouldn't even want to eat one of their former pets.

Think before you post!


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Hey! Human jaws do not have the capability of tearing apart a carcass.

I mean those 2 blonde, blue eyed people who were just evicted from a garden (where there were fruit a plenty) wouldn't even want to eat one of their former pets.

Think before you post!


;p


Yea why religion bash so much? Is it needed?
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On Mar 11, 2019, Dannydoyle wrote:
These morons at National Geographic seem to agree with Bill.

In their defense, I once paid for a subscription, so they feel that they have to pander to me. I believe that "beholdin'" is le mot juste.


Great. 90 minutes till show time and have to look that up or it will drive me nuts the whole show.

I agree it is THE word. But is it with an "i" or an "e"?
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Yea why religion bash so much? Is it needed?



Withdrawn. Smile
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Joe Joe wrote:
"He needed to figured out how to make a knife before he could even think about eating the thing - duh!!"

No, Joe Joe. No knife required.
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Joe Joe wrote:
"He can't run as fast, his fingers can't rip into the deer's leather hide, nor can his teeth get to the flesh until AFTER he "learns" how to make tools - so simple."

1. No need to run as fast.
2. No need to make tools.

Simple indeed.
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"Hey! Human jaws do not have the capability of tearing apart a carcass."

Yes they do.
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I'm pretty certain our jaws are not as they once were. I think there is a word for it though it slips my mind.
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The "duh" of this thread seems more about how somebody with very little knowledge about the evolution of man and his eating habits, has commanded 11 pages worth of posts? Now that's magic Smile
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On Feb 26, 2019, JoeJoe wrote:


The wikipedia article also states it is "It is also sold in the form of mettwurst, a spicy, raw sausage, often smoked", so yes ... there very much is indeed smoke in sight. Smile

-JoeJoe


Mettwurst is the sausage variation, sometimes smoked. Mett itself is simple raw ground pork. They are different things. But I must give you credit for reading the article.
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On Mar 11, 2019, magicfish wrote:
"Hey! Human jaws do not have the capability of tearing apart a carcass."

Yes they do.



I was being intentionally fallacious. Meaning that we have not always looked this way and once had powerful mandibles.
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On Mar 11, 2019, magicfish wrote:
"Hey! Human jaws do not have the capability of tearing apart a carcass."

Yes they do.



I was being intentionally fallacious. Meaning that we have not always looked this way and once had powerful mandibles.


Yes this was the point I was making.
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I know, we're on the same page... I just like taking the scenic route.
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