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Weird Squeamish Totally Off Topic !!!

Yesterday at lunchtime I was eating a tin of smoked herring and a tin of mustard sardines. I thought about the flesh and viscera which I ate and scooped upon Saltine crackers. I was very hungry, so I ate fast.

However, since fish can be brainfood, I experienced this totally weird visualization of eating tiny humans. I envisioned the intestines, hearts, and other organs. I was aghast at the conception.

Later I had a vision of tiny human heads. Then I thought to myself that these little humans had souls and thoughts and lives, but they were killed in pain and left to slowly rot before they were canned in heat and preserved in metal tins for me to eat. However, the sardines and herring that I ate had the heads removed before processing, so I never had to face any face.

Then I thought that maybe I should become a vegetarian so that I wouldn't have to eat any creature with eyes. I became somewhat nauseous as I piled the spinal cords and viscera onto my stale generic saltine crackers.

Have any of you experienced this?

-- dinosaur (, March 11, 2000


Yeah, but the jalapenos do it for me.

-- Porky (Porky@in.cellblockD), March 11, 2000.


Are you okay, man? Get a hold of yourself. Here's a simple solution: Stop eating things that have the eyesstill on them!

I say let's all go out for a burger and a beer.

-- semper paratus (here_with@my.pals), March 11, 2000.

Sounds to me like psilocybin flashbacks. [Not that I'd know about those personally, but I READ a lot.]

-- Anita (notgiving@anymore.thingee), March 11, 2000.


That wasn't very PC,beer has a head on it! (eeks) And eyes just love a good pizza ;)

-- capnfun (, March 11, 2000.

And then I had this thought about cannibalism. I mean, COULD I DO IT?

-- dinosaur (, March 11, 2000.

Jeez!! You guys are nuts.

-- Saint (Peter@the.Gate), March 11, 2000.

No, I didn't think about *nuts*. I envisioned them as having been removed before processing...

-- dinosaur (, March 11, 2000.

The nutz are fabulous with a light holidaise sauce and garlic rue :)

-- capnfun (, March 11, 2000.

Oh my! You're right. That is a good idea.

-- Saint (Peter@the.Gate), March 11, 2000. have snatched the pebble from my hand. I am so proud.

But should read this book. It's called "Diet For A New America", and no, it's not about weightloss.


-- cin (, March 11, 2000.

And have you tried the chittlin' chalupa?

-- capnfun (, March 11, 2000.

Once, when backpackers were disappearing at an alarming rate in the OZ bush, I wrote an article called; "52 ways with man kebab." Needless to say it was received with rapturous applause by a gourmet beyond Woop Woop...but now not so many backpackers go missing these enlightened times and there's no demand for my research paper. Mind you, the recipes were genuinely wholesome if you're into that sort of thing.

-- Pieter (, March 11, 2000.


How do you know "the recipes were genuinely wholesome"?

I am LMFAO, toooo funy.

-- capnfun (, March 11, 2000.


You are cordially invited to my Long Pig barbeque. RSVP.

-- (Hannibal@Lechter.ranch), March 11, 2000.

When the aliens took me up to their ship I remember seeing a book titled "How to Serve Man".

-- xfile (area-51@sagan.ed), March 11, 2000.

Actually old chaps, I have it on very good authority that the three
most sought after parts of the body are:

Heart, liver and the soles of the feet!!

-- scarlet breasted (, March 11, 2000.

So dinosaur, when are ya gonna get to the "weird" part?

-- CD (, March 12, 2000.

Really interesting thread this is bar-b-queing into. One may be forgiven in thinking thoughts about certain contributions. That scarlet-breasted bleeding heart comment missed the more delectable kidney fat, a prize beyond measure in our deepest south among the original aboriginal inhabitants, and as sundry intrepid researchers have sleuthed into the open for vogueish magazines. As I pride myself on delving into such morsels and delights, might I be so bold as to refer goanna. It's tops of the charts in New South Wales. Follow this;

Gourmet goanna for Aboriginals in jails

Thank you for your adventurous palate & attention...

-- Pieter (, March 12, 2000.


I really like the breasts and thighs,can they be marinated in any way to bring out the true flavor that you describe in the other (parts?)

I'm a little poor and can't afford the higher grades of meat.

-- capnfun (, March 12, 2000.

capnfun Take the contents of the cranial cavity, puree with half a pint of decanted blood,
then add (to taste) the contents of the gall bladder.

-- Scarlet Breasted (, March 12, 2000.

wow, I feel like I've stepped into the "Satanic Sacrifices, 101" room.

Hey, I didn't register for this class. uh...bye

-- cin (, March 12, 2000.


What are "National Sorry Day" and "Survival Day"? (Briefly, if you don't mind). Also, is it true that it was "open season" on aborigines (sic?) at the turn of the century?

Thanks in advance from an unusually ignorant American,


-- Someone (, March 12, 2000.

Hey Cin,

That was funny!!! "SS 101"


touche for puree.

-- capnfun (, March 12, 2000.

National Sorry Day is about reconciliation between aborigines and others by the 'others' saying sorry about some bad things that went on once. It seems such a little thing to do, to say sorry. Unfortunately the cost of saying sorry is a lot when legal litigation dudes stalk, so our government doesn't say it preferring to delay. We had thought that such issues could be faced in our centenery year of Constitutional Federation...but there you go.

Unlike what some people and anthropologists might have thought about the chance of aboriginal survival they did survive and are doing highly intellegent self assertive things, like creating dry-no-booze communities with their own councils, rituals, dance theatres, etc. - thus a day to celebrate survival.

It is true that killings happened. Indeed a massacre site is found in Victoria not far away and I have visited it. I think you must be careful of how this is can be twisted by wrongful emphasis on facts and blowing it out of proportion to reality. In reality smallpox and other diseases swamped a native population with no resistance to it. Aborigines became dispossessed of their land and cultural ties to it, not unlike the American natives experiences.

Regards from OZ

-- Pieter (, March 12, 2000.

Thanks Pieter,


-- Someone (, March 12, 2000.

cin, glad you mentioned Diet For A New America. I'd been trying to become a vegetarian for a long time--never did eat much meat. But I wasn't quite making the grade. After I read Robbins book, I made it easily.

I would like to say it was because of my love for animals that I no longer ate meat. But actually, it was after reading the section on how adulterated our food is that did the trick.

I now have a sign on my refrigerator that says: "There is nothing in this fridge that had a face." But I think that if chocolate came from something that had a face, I'm not sure I could restrain myself.

-- gilda (, March 12, 2000.

We used to have a guy come out to the ranch with his slaughter truck and butcher steers on the spot. Some of the things that he did while working were a little disturbing. He used to gouge the eyes out of the head and take them home and place them in his mom's frig in the top shelf and watch her reaction. She never got used to it! I saw him personally eat pieces of heart while still quivering. He always swallowed twice. The one I couldn't handle was one time he asked if he could take the liver and I ask him why? He said it came in handy during porno movies. Enough said!

-- Boswell (, March 12, 2000.


Don't sweat it. When I was eating in Japan, the table next to me ordered a fish which was brought out on a platter alive, fileted, cut into chunks, and skewered and eaten by the salivating patrons while it still vibrated and oozed body fluids.

I did notice those fellows were chasing it with beer though.

-- (@ .), March 12, 2000.

OMG! (bjooorrrkkk) =o(

-- cin (, March 12, 2000.

I just had a sick thought too; you guys are contagious.

If cow is beef, chicken is poultry, and pig is pork, what would people be? ugh

BTW I am disgusted at the thought of calling any animal by it's meat name. Very sad.

-- cin (, March 12, 2000.

On Gary North's old site, people were called "long pig."

-- gilda (, March 12, 2000.

Long Pig:
The human victim of a cannibal feast - from the terms employed by Maori & Polynesian cannibals.
Webster's New International Dictionary.

Read the book "Long Pig" by Russell Foreman, Pacific Books, for a vivid account of the practice.

-- Pieter (, March 12, 2000.

Paul Milne preferred to call people (particularly Pollies) "walking steaks."

-- (hmm@hmm.hmm), March 12, 2000.

Oh yes Pieter, I shall run out and buy that book IMMEDIATELY

-- cin (, March 13, 2000.

Its a wind up you morons or am I a moron for stating the obvious

-- mEthInks we'Ve jUSt Had ouR firSt HinT oF cEn-Sor-sHiP, NEin?!? JacKaLs!! (, March 13, 2000.

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