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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
Very, VERY true...still...
Posted By: Edna O+
Date: Friday, 28 July 2000, at 9:20 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Write Up on ER4YT (Michele (O+))
...it may just be me, but I am detecting a sea change lately regarding ER (is it just wishful thinking and seeing what I want to see?). Yes, the article had a lot of negative, INACCURATE statements. But it also talked about a couple who are doing ER and very enthusiastic and pleased with the results, it talked about how more and more people are discovering it, it talked just a smidge about the theory (before turning over every rock to quote whoever crawls out about how bad the idea is).
What I'm saying is: If this were the first review of ER I had ever read, I would be incensed, outraged, e-mailing the writer and editor, protesting in the streets, upset for days, etc. But this isn't the first, second, third or fourth review I've read. I have read some reviews that were such drivel and such a total twisting of the facts, if they even included any facts, that this one--looked at RELATIVE to the earlier ones, seems more balanced with a few shreds of truth and glimmers of respect here and there. I don't know. I'm just saying that, considering all the resistence that the advertisers, sponsors, and editors of these magazines apparently put onto the reporters regarding ER4YT, as it is threatening to the status quo on many profound levels, it is amazing that anything positive at all is said, and it shows that things are turning around. I'm not known for my optimism, but I'm detecting a sea change in the world regarding ER4YT being a force that can't be dismissed or ignored any longer.
Maybe I'm just seeing what I want to see. I do agree that there is a lot of inaccuracy, and infuriating stuff in that article which I sort of glossed over in my earlier post (klap on, klap off, THE KLAPER). But only because it seems so much better than previous articles I've read, which were pure CR*P! This one at least had a little non-cr*p mixed in with the cr*p. Is it me?
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Ellen (A+) -- Thursday, 27 July 2000, at 10:51 a.m.