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Author Topic: The Garden of Eden / Kharsag - Discovered in Rashaya El-Wadi, Lebanon  (Read 11654 times)
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« Reply #15: February 14, 2011, 08:24:16 am »

Part of the problem, I think, is I now have so many folders on ignore that staff is having to take over the posting of the recipes. I think it's a case of so many people possibly doing it, that no one does.

I think a large part of it is that these days we just delete spam posts rather than just editing them for recipe purposes.

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And another part may be that not many of us have a strong enough stomach to actually hunt for those things Cheesy
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« Reply #16: February 14, 2011, 08:44:24 am »

And another part may be that not many of us have a strong enough stomach to actually hunt for those things Cheesy

Perhaps these  will help.....  
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« Reply #17: February 14, 2011, 05:33:55 pm »

Would you settle for Mock Spam?

Vegan Spam (from the site above, since it is somewhat difficult to find immediately):
<boggles> For people who have become vegan, but who still miss... not hot dogs and hamburgers, or sausage, or even bacon, but... Spam?!?!?  Ooookay, then.

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« Reply #18: February 14, 2011, 08:21:22 pm »

I think a large part of it is that these days we just delete spam posts rather than just editing them for recipe purposes.

Which in turn is because all the spammers are posting mid-thread, in which case we usually delete the message (sometimes a bit overzealously, as I did this morning--oops) rather than derail the thread it's been posted in.  Usually the ones we edit are the standalone posts, and there haven't been as many of those lately.
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« Reply #19: February 15, 2011, 05:47:26 am »

Which in turn is because all the spammers are posting mid-thread, in which case we usually delete the message (sometimes a bit overzealously, as I did this morning--oops) rather than derail the thread it's been posted in.  Usually the ones we edit are the standalone posts, and there haven't been as many of those lately.

To be fair I its entire message lol and with the note no harm done I don't think Smiley
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« Reply #20: February 15, 2011, 10:41:31 am »

<boggles> For people who have become vegan, but who still miss... not hot dogs and hamburgers, or sausage, or even bacon, but... Spam?!?!?  Ooookay, then.

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Oh yes.  And the pictures rather resemble something akin to cat food...

Don't think I would miss cat food all that much. :p
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« Reply #21: February 15, 2011, 09:10:52 pm »


Actually, I remember reading an article about 25 years back which used satellite imagery to make a persuasive case that the "four rivers" of Genesis actually converge at a location which is now under water...the northern Persian Gulf. That's right, where all the oil is.

Personally, I think that the earth has been through so many changes since then (remember the Flood?) that trying to locate the exact site of the Garden is unlikely to be a productive use of time.
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« Reply #22: February 15, 2011, 10:44:07 pm »

Personally, I think that the earth has been through so many changes since then (remember the Flood?) that trying to locate the exact site of the Garden is unlikely to be a productive use of time.

Yes, it always amazes me that people who take the Garden of Eden as literally existing enough to be looking for it, apparently don't hat the Flood from later in Genesis literally enough to think it might have completely changed any Garden location so it no longer resembled the Genesis description.
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