Comments:Stench of rotting corpses drives Russian doomsday group from cave

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the Russians were right...[edit]

the Russians were right ,no human wants a * BAR CODE * on or implanted in the body.for any reason.... & process food is bad for your body.... Its unfortunate that they were that scared ,& went into a cave to get ready to die.... this world has had it , because nobody knows how to get along or follow the 10 Commandments —The preceding unsigned comment was added by BelieverinChrist (talkcontribs)


given that not all of us are christians, why should we follow the ten commandments? specifically, the one that commands us not to worship any gods but the christian god. your reasons for suggesting the 'the world has had it' seem to be a bit oversimplified. - Imind (talk) 22:20, 19 May 2008 (UTC)

I agree with Imind with one addendium. Processed food is often better for your body than the natural alternatives. The processing is bad people seem to forget that it's only processing that makes water safe to drink, the reason beer and alcohol was so popular in the middle ages is because the water was a risky proposition. Same for pasteurised milk, without the processing, it would go bad in a day.

Incidentally I can't resist saying, there WAS a time when we followed the ten commandments. We had the black death round about the same time, so it probably isn't as useful advice as you might imagine. -60.241.217.199 06:21, 28 May 2008 (UTC)

The inaccuracy of the world[edit]

these niggas are crazy, obviously the war on drugs isn't over because we can see that people like this are still around. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 206.183.125.194 (talk) 14:45, 20 May 2008 (UTC)