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[pct-l] Trail Food
"bill blovis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>My body objects to that diet. What more can I say?
That's a head problem - has nothing to do with your body.
>And I find it really interesting that you personally attack me -- calling
>me a "non-thruhiker," which must be the most extreme sort of
>excommunication on this list -- and then go to accuse me of being unwilling
No attack - just a simple statement of fact. You're welcome to take it as
an attack if you like, but that's your problem - not mine.
So far, you've shown a great willingness to argue - I've yet to see any
indication that you're here to learn anything. I'd welcome any evidence to
>I post my experience, you post yours. Isn't that the point?
Your viewpoint, your experience - don't seem to be consistent with anything
that even resembles thruhiking - or long-distance hiking - or support for
the PCT. If I'm wrong, please point out my error.
As for experience - what experience do you have with long distance hiking?
In this context "long distance hiking" could mean any hiking for 60 days or
more - anywhere in the world. If you have any such experience, I think a
number of us would be interested in hearing about it.
If you haven't done any such thing, are you willing to learn about it - or
do you just want to argue about something that you don't know anything
>I could posit that you've gone insane from eating too many candy bars, but
Once again, you tell the world of your lack of experience with long distance
hiking. ALL long distance hikers - and thruhikers in particular - ARE
insane. That's a given. Has nothing whatever to do with candy bars.
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