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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
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    Should peanut butter and jelly share a sandwich or not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post

    Should peanut butter and jelly share a sandwich or not?

    NOOOOOO! Ick. Those two foodstuffs shouldn't even be in the same room together. Even if it's jammy jelly rather than the substance that we call jell-y and Americans call Jell-o... Oh, whatever



    Would you rather live on a diet of only animal products, or an entirely vegan diet? (Leaving aside health issues, let's say it made no difference)
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    Seeing as I'm already vegetarian I'd pick vegan but I would NOT be happy about it. I LIKE CHEEEEESE!


    Blizzard weather or heat wave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Seeing as I'm already vegetarian I'd pick vegan but I would NOT be happy about it. I LIKE CHEEEEESE!


    Blizzard weather or heat wave?
    Heat wave. I already reside in a desert region.


    Fatal diagnosis of AIDs or become a blind paraplegic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Heat wave. I already reside in a desert region.


    Fatal diagnosis of AIDs or become a blind paraplegic?
    Blind paraplegic. Alive = better under pretty much all circumstances.

    Would you rather be a starving child in the Sudan, or a woman in an abusive relationship from which she can't escape (for religious reasons)?
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    A prognosis of AIDS is not necessarily a death sentence.
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    I would rather be a starving child in Sudan.

    Oatmeal or grits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    A prognosis of AIDS is not necessarily a death sentence.
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    I would rather be a starving child in Sudan.

    Oatmeal or grits?
    Oatmeal. And she said a "fatal" diagnosis of AIDS, which led me to believe that said case of AIDS would indeed lead to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Blind paraplegic. Alive = better under pretty much all circumstances.

    Would you rather be a starving child in the Sudan, or a woman in an abusive relationship from which she can't escape (for religious reasons)?
    Starving child (good question, btw)


    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    A prognosis of AIDS is not necessarily a death sentence.
    Tonsil Trouble - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I would rather be a starving child in Sudan.

    Oatmeal or grits?
    That's why the statement included, "fatal." To denote, imminent death.

    Neither. I'm a raw foodist.


    The lone designated feces cleaner at the zoo or waste collector in a notoriously dangerous neighborhood (frequent drive by shootings etc.)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Starving child (good question, btw)




    That's why the statement included, "fatal." To denote, imminent death.

    Neither. I'm a raw foodist.


    The lone designated feces cleaner at the zoo or waste collector in a notoriously dangerous neighborhood (frequent drive by shootings etc.)?
    Feces cleaner all the way.

    At least there's no risk of dying unless I eat the poop, which I'm not likely to do. And animal dung smells better than the terrible mixture of human waste materials that garbage men have to put up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    That's why the statement included, "fatal." To denote, imminent death.

    Neither. I'm a raw foodist.


    The lone designated feces cleaner at the zoo or waste collector in a notoriously dangerous neighborhood (frequent drive by shootings etc.)?
    I guess I fail at reading comprehension.

    I think I would rather be the garbage collector, because being employed at a zoo sounds kind of boring. (So yeah, you get to hang out with some animals, and that's kind of cool, but I think the novelty would wear off surprisingly quickly.) However, as a garbage man I would be less worried about getting shot than about:
    - Contracting Tetanus
    - Contracting some other disease from other peoples' waste
    - Harsh weather
    - Getting hit by oncoming traffic
    - Pulling a muscle, or permanently damaging my back from heavy lifting
    - Breathing exhaust fumes

    Despite all the drawbacks, there are some very real benefits to being a garbage man. You get to know your neighborhood very well. You learn what kinds of people live in that neighborhood. Your job is stable. You get paid enough to support yourself and a family (I looked it up; entry level positions pay more than my grad student teaching stipend.)

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