MSG: The Taste That Kills?

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25 Responses to “MSG: The Taste That Kills?”

  • ZarlanTheGreen:

    You mention autism as a disease!?

  • libomann:

    If I (unknowingly consume MSG, I can tell because about an hour later, I wake up. MSG simply puts me to sleep for about an hour. My sister has the same reaction.

  • DrSpooglemon:

    MSG tastes gre-a-a-a-a-at…

    FACT!!!

  • ryoshi100:

    Why is it the only people who have this problem seem to be the ones who already believe msg can do this? Funny, I decided to do a little experiment to an “allergic” friend of mine. I put msg in our salad dressing and also into my mac n cheese. (you can buy it for 99 cent at your local market)
    Funny thing is, he didnt get any problem. Why is that??

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 Oh you didn’t say that eh?

    “please explain the accounts of firemen hearing, feeling, and seeing explosions in the basement BEFORE the plane hit.”

    lol You suck at being a truther, which is why you are a truther.

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 I watched Zeitgeist years ago. If you think that critical thinking leads one to the conclusions of Zeitgeist… than I can surely say you are a very funny person. :) Son of god? lmao.

    Haven’t seen that video on US government secret projects on space time and teleportation though. I hope it’s true, so that one day I can travel through space time and inject Alex Jones with Nano-bots.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @whenindoubtdo NO, I AM NOT SAYING THAT!!!! Did you read what I said? You may want to see a doctor or maybe a psychologist regarding your inability to comprehend written words. I wont repeat myself, go back and re-read what I wrote to your question. Im not going to waste any more time responding to your ignorant statements unless you can come up with something with some actual thought behind it.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @whenindoubtdo You can think all you want, I would suggest you start thinking critically. (You are judging with no basis.) Have you watched any of the videos you speak of? Still judging me by favorites without answering any questions. Again, try to keep to the subject at hand you ADD name calling ignoramus. I guarantee you I have done months more research into health than you have. But you would rather sit on your pedistal calling names rather than telling your opinion.

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 So you’re saying there was a controlled demolition? If so, who did this and why?

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 “This is about MSG. You got it offtrack by accusing me of things that are not true, and calling me names.”

    I agree. I’m launching an adhom at you. But considering my own personal lack of knowledge of the topic, I don’t think it’s unreasonable for me to use info like like to make up mind about a topic. Consider what I’m doing… a form of source research.

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 I still think you’re a truther. Your favorites: Zeitgeist and Zeitgeist addendum, Coast to Coast: Secret US space time and teleportion projects.

    (Not the kind of person I would be trusting with health advice!)

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @whenindoubtdo I have no idea. But the fact that building 7 was not even mentioned in the 911 report certainly raises red flags, does it not? The ONLY THING I KNOW, is that the official account of what happened is absolutely BS. Although this isnt really the forum to discuss this. This is about MSG. You got it offtrack by accusing me of things that are not true, and calling me names.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    If you are actually ignorant enough to believe the official account, please explain the accounts of firemen hearing, feeling, and seeing explosions in the basement BEFORE the plane hit. (This was on MAJOR NETWORK NEWS hours after the crashes, and were never aired again. Wonder why??) Explain why there was molten metal in the basement of the wreckage weeks after? Explain why a third building that was not hit by a plane fell that day, if you even know that happened. That fact has been hidden.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @whenindoubtdo And since you brought it up, albiet in a totally ignorant and messed up way, the ONLY thing that i believe and know about 911 is that the official account given to us by the US government is absolutely BS. Other than that, thats all I know for sure. Anyone who thinks otherwise has either gotten all of their information from the media, hasnt actually researched the matter beyond the newspaper, or has no critical thinking skills.

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 Controlled demolition or not? What are your thoughts on Building 7?

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @whenindoubtdo So, you really think that you know what I am about or what I think because of a few videos on my favorites?? There is absolutely no reason for your comment except gross ignorance and having the mind of a child that likes to call names! If you want to make a comment, say something about what I have said, shoot a hole in one of my arguments. Of course that would take time, effort, intelligence, and critical thinking skills, which you have already demonstrated you grossly lack.

  • whenindoubtdo:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 DON’T LISTEN TO SUPERSILVER7771. Look at his favorites! He’s a 9/11 Truther/NWO conspiracy retard. *_*

  • changetomorrowtoday:

    @SUPERSILVER7771 “I am not the fanatical conspiracy theorist you accuse me of being. I was once like you, then I opened my mind to other possibilities.”

    Superfilver7771 has favorited Zeitgeist and several other conspiracy theorist videos.

  • Zahlman:

    KEY-koo-nigh (as in “the end is”) EE-keh-dah would be closer. Japanese doesn’t really have syllabic stress to my understanding, but they pronounce things in a way that Western audiences would probably perceive a stress on the first syllable in both cases.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @C0nc0rdance I wont dignify your questions about natural but poisonous substances with a response other than this. You know what I am saying, but are being argumentative. What do you do for a living?

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @C0nc0rdance Nature fallacy… wow. Your do have a great grasp of semantics and language. A lawyer mabe?? I guess its very unreasonable that I am much better off once I turned my back on allopathetic medicine, but I will never go back. I am much healthier, and have saved a boatload of money. It has its place, I will concede, but mostly for trauma situations. You calling my beliefs unreasonable is very narrow minded.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @C0nc0rdance I am not nearly as dogmatic as you assume. As a general rule I stay away from man made toxins, additives, and the like. I am not the fanatical conspiracy theorist you accuse me of being. I was once like you, then I opened my mind to other possibilities. I am much better off for it, not to mention my father being still alive. (Cancer should have taken him at least a year ago, allopathic medical certainty.) What do you do for a living? You would be a very successful politician.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @yerk3 I am very aware of the placebo effect, and I will certainly admit in many cases that is the case.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @yerk3 When you don’t open your mind to possibilities outside of what is provable by the scientific method, I think that is a very narrow view. Honestly, about 5 years ago, I would have been arguing as you are. I was on many script drugs, in poor condition, when I found a naturopathic doctor, who advised me to get off all meds and got me on suppliments and the like. Much much more healthy now, (against the wishes of my Dr.) and theres no turning back, once pandoras box is open, u cant shut it.

  • SUPERSILVER7771:

    @yerk3 I wouldnt agree with your assesment in the least. I am very scientifically minded, but to discount anything that has not been approved by the FDA, study, or other is very narrow. I certainly dont think you work for pharm or illuminutty, but I think your perspective is very narrow. If my father had followed the allopathic dogma, and done just chemo and radiation, he would have been dead a year ago at the latest, and poss. 2 years ago. I dont need science to tell me that natural cures work.

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