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HERE WE GO AGAIN
Women never take responsibility and constantly look to blame others. In the article below a young woman died and her mother is blaming the protein products she was using as part of her work out routine. From the article: "She is calling on the health industry to regulate these products." WOW so did protein products kill her daughter? Answer: No The daughter had an un-diagnosed genetic disorder which impacts the manner in which her body absorbed proteins called urea cycle disorder and this lead to her death. YET the mother blames the protein products--they will never learn! Read it for yourself. Sorry mommy your little cupcake didn't die from dangerous protein products she died from a disorder YOU passed to her through YOUR genes. Dipshit.
The mother is in fact right, the daughter's diet did lead to her death. However it was the daughter's condition that was the causal mechanism. The mom's emphasis is in the wrong place. Diabetes kills people. The undiagnosed diabetic who keeps eating tons of sugar will die. It wasn't the sugar, it was the diabetes. Do you see the analogy?
I would hold the mom in contempt of court, make her responsible for letting her child neglect its diet, and pay reparations to the rest of the family!
Do NOT chase tail. Turn yours around and live FREE!
It would be nice if her cunt mother would take some of that protein.
#Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. (Revelation 3:3)
That is rich! It is always someone else fault. Genes are not the corporations fault. The Republicans, conservatives or Trumps. Genes are not the patriarchy, in fact most likely you can blame your mother.
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