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From: heidi jane (173.61.47.197)
Subject:         Re: You sound like a Groupie
Date: August 20, 2014 at 11:03 pm PST

In Reply to: You sound like a Groupie posted by MM on August 20, 2014 at 10:39 pm:

why judge and hate on someone for accidental
nonintentional errors that sadly happen when they try
to help others???? he chose out of his own free will
to devote his life to helping others have a better
life and has tried his bestest and never intentionally
set out to harm anybody, and so errors happen as
people's health is unpredicatable. its like me
blaming the dentist for my cavities when i go to him
regularly. there's no end to the blaming....

he's a good guy with a good heart plain and simple

i just see people hating unnecessarily is all

every piece of advice he's given me has done me good
vs. other people's advice that i was given, thus i
just relate to and understand him better is all plain
and simple and nothing more. don't you
gravitate/relate more to some of your teachers you've
had in school as well as also to different doctors
you've been to? well same with me in my search for
that person whom i have searched for in way of
diet/lifestyle philosphy/beliefs and thats all it is.
i juuuuusssst don't see him as some deranged human
being who gets his jollys/happiness out of seeing
people die and have iller health than they began with

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