Blog Posts by Cranberry Lips

  • GMO Food Toxins Found in Umbilical Cord Blood

    The genetically engineered bacterial toxin from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), was found in 93% of blood samples from pregnant women and 80% from umbilical cords, according to a new study at the University of Sherbrooke Hospital Centre in Quebec.

    " The research suggested the chemicals were entering the body through eating meat, milk and eggs from farm livestock which have been fed GM corn. The findings appear to contradict the GM industry's long-standing claim that any potentially harmful chemicals added to crops would pass safely through the body. To date, most of the global research which has been used to demonstrate the safety of GM crops has been funded by the industry itself."

    Plants are genetically engineered to produce Bt toxins, which prevents pests from eating and/or damaging them, resulting in the use of less pesticides. The toxin is a crystalline protein that has an insecticidal action. The first Bt producing plants approved by the EPA were potatoes in 1995. Maize, cotton,

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  • Meat Glue: Or how to make a filet mignon out of stew meat.


    It has recently come to my attention that a substance called transglutaminase (i.e. meat glue) has been used in the food industry for many years in order to trick us into thinking the food we eat is of a better quality.

    According to Wiki, meat glue "...is produced by Streptoverticillium mobaraense fermentation in commercial quantities or extracted from animal blood, and is used in a variety of processes, including the production of processed meat and fish products. It can be used as a binding agent to improve the texture of protein-rich foods such as surimi or ham." (Surimi is a fish used to make imitation crab meat. Suprise! There's animal blood extract in your crab!)

    "Transglutaminase can be used in these applications:

    * Improving texture of emulsified meat products, such as sausages and hot dogs.
    * Binding different meat parts into a larger ones ("portion control"), such as in restructured steaks
    * Improving the texture of low-grade meat such as so-called "PSE meat" (pale,

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  • User Post: Gay marriage and Ohio's budget. What do they have in common?

    The same bill that would end collective bargaining to state employees in Ohio, also bans same-sex marriage and denies any benefits to a same-sex union.

    "Sec. 3101.01 of S.B. 5: … A marriage may only be entered into by one man and one woman. Any marriage between persons of the same sex is against the strong public policy of this state. Any marriage between persons of the same sex shall have no legal force or effect in this state and, if attempted to be entered into in this state, is void ab initio and shall not be recognized by this state. The recognition or extension by the state of the specific statutory benefits of a legal marriage to non-marital relationships between persons of the same sex or different sexes is against the strong public policy of this state. Any public act, record or judicial proceeding of this state, as defined in section 9.82 of the Revised Code, that extends the specific statutory benefits of legal marriage to non-marital relationships between persons of the

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  • The Secret of Oz ~ Scariest Movie I've Seen in a Long Time

    The Secret of Oz is the missing link between the Civil War and WWI. This is never taught in history classes, even in AP American history classes. Why? Well, because history is written by the winners. Unfortunately for us, the winners are the bad guys.

  • What if Jesus Christ was born in 1053 and crucified in 1086 AD?

    What if Jesus Christ was born in 1053 and crucified in 1086 AD?

    History: Fiction or Science? Vol. 1 by Anatoly T. Fomenko (.pdf)

    History: Fiction or Science? Vol. 2 by Anatoly T. Fomenko (.pdf)

    History: Fiction or Science? Vol. 3 by Anatoly T. Fomenko (.pdf)

    (Note: These are .pdf's of the first three volumes. They will take a long time to load.)

    THE CHRONOLOGY ISSUE
    By Dr Prof A.T.FOMENKO et al

    "History is a pack of lies about events that never happened told by people who weren't there."
    - George Santayana, American philosopher (1863-1952)

    The British Encyclopaedia names Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540-1609) as the founder of the consensual chronology we live with. Scaliger had considered himself a great mathematician and boasted to have solved the classical "ancient" mathematical 'Quadrature of Circle' problem that was subsequently proven insoluble.

    His principal works Opus Novum de emendatione temporum (1583) and Thesaurum temporum (1606)

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  • Cranberry Lips



    Cranberry Lips

    by The Goodies

    i'm the original Cranberry Lips
    on warm and humid nights
    i'm an aristocratic killing gentleman
    charming, deadly, vain
    i creep, i laugh, i live you die
    too late for you to try
    i suck, i bite, i live tonight
    tonight, tonight, tonight

    i'm your baby
    i'm your lover

    i'm the saxophone under your covers
    i'm an angel whose clipped his own wings
    i'm the undercover agent
    going through your things yeah
    i tip toe down in London fog
    You can't hide nothing cause i've seen it all
    i'm the saint and i'm the sinner
    i'm the blood man and i came for dinner!

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