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Comment Re:Or... (Score 1) 184

Agreed. Too many people take the BS shortcuts, ie. "A is healthy, B is bad, etc." Just eat what the f*ck you want, while obeying the cardinal rules : 1) cals in = cals out 2) IIFYM (if it fits your macros) Think of it like food budgeting, but with cals instead of $$$. You will naturally gravitate towards more filling but less calorie dense foodstuffs (greens, etc.). Those also happen to have the vitamins, etc. that you need. /donedeal

Comment Repost of a Good Quote from /. (Score 1) 305

The problem in the U.S. is not people who don't have skills. People have skills. The problem is that skills aren't valued. If you have skills, you will get paid shit. If you manipulate money, you will get paid a lot. This is why there's been such a geek brain drain into the financial industry. The U.S. does not value working for a living. We value gambling for a living.

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