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From: BethS 
To: Odd Todd 
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 11:29 AM
Subject: milk


I did know that about milk. I tried soy milk for a while, but couldn't take it. It's nasty.

You should know what I read a while back about hamburger!

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From: josh 
To: [email protected] 
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2004 5:18 PM
Subject: pusmilk


i just wanted to say thank you. i already knew that, but it was nice to read it while i was eating my cereal with milk. i had just taken a big slurpy slurpy guld. thanks
josh

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From: "Paul
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:50 AM
Subject: Oh, man, I knew already....


> That's been common knowledge to me for some time.

> In fact, yours truly is sitting here having a cup of hot chai made with SOY
> milk.

> You're on your way to feeling better, eating healthy and and helping the
> planet dude. REALLY.

> GREAT multi-page link to that page BTW.


> Paul 

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From: Emily
To: [email protected] 
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 2:46 PM
Subject: gross proclamation


Dude! Thatís totally fine with me Ďcause I am allergic to milk. You had me worried there though. I wanted to give you something to add to your mental gross archive: Mountain Dew has vegetable oil in it. Yep, read the ingredients on the side there. Thatís really not THAT gross if you think about it Ďcause we all eat vegetable oil, but it is harder now for me to take a nice refreshing gulp knowing itís all oily & stuff. Thought Iíd share.

Stay Cool

Em

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From: Lorie
To: [email protected] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 5:50 PM
Subject: Gross Food and stuff


Hey Todd,

Wasn't too grossed out by the milk thing because lucky for me I don't drink milk. Now I'll probably be a bent over, hump-backed woman who shrinks at least 5 inches when I'm older from lack of calcium but I won't have had any gross cows milk.

I saw In America and I think that the girls in the movie are really sisters. 

Lorie 
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>From: "Rooster" <[email protected]>
>To: <[email protected]>
>Subject: learn about it before you show it
>Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2004 21:56:49 -0700
>
>hey todd, it says that milk contains somatic cells, and it does, but in 
>no way are somatic cells pus. Well, actually they can be, but they can also be 
>skin, muscle, any cell of the body that is not a sperm or an egg. Milk is 
>made up of somatic cells, so is your burger, and everything else you eat or 
>drink that comes from an animal. 

Heres a definition from Encyclopedia Brittanica:
>

somatic cell n (1888): one of the cells of the body 
that compose the tissues, organs, and 
parts of that individual other than the germ cells.
>
>There ya go Todd. Post this e-mail up on your website so people don't 
>get misconceptions about dairy products. This is also to put your mind more at 
>ease about dairy.Oh, and keep up with the goods on your site. Great stuff.

-Rooster

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>From: vicky <[email protected]>
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: milk
>Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 23:31:17 -0500
>
>That's why I pay the extra quarter a gallon for the bovine growth 
>hormone free kind from the whole foods. I found that out a few years ago and it 
>ruined me for the milk. Of course, all kinds of foods have weirdness. One 
>of the worst offenders is that mainstay of vegetarian preacher's diets, 
>tofu. So, I try to eat good, but honey, that ice cream, it tastes so 
>delicious.
>
>My sis and bro are both veggies, and they lecture me all the time for 
>the not eating animals and blah blah. I just want them to shut up honestly. 
>They are worse than any religious type converter person or whatever that 
>might come to your house. Come on, the chicken, it tastes good, its not 
>like they are sweet like puppies or smart like dolphins. They're freaking 
>chickens already.
>
>I don't eat jello, hot dogs, and now I am scared of hamburger, too. I 
>mean, I still have eaten it some, but it does scare me. Also, green onions from 
>the hepatitis. Soon, I will be on nothing but organic oats and filtered 
>water. That will suck. I am still going to eat the twinkies though. 
>Surely, there's nothing bad in those things! :)
>
>Vicky
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From: Carolee 
To: [email protected] 
Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 11:36 PM
Subject: Gross Out


I must have been a cat in a past life, but I did click through all of your warnings to the milk haters site. I must say that I am not even remotely grossed out. True, if you actually sat down and thought about what milk is and where it comes from you probably wouldn't want to drink it. Still, I think some groups have an unrealistic agenda and they try to come up with the nastiest thing they can think of to get people to fall in line. As if they think through their cause people will unanimously stop eating dairy. I say milk is tasty stuff - pus, evil hormones and all! 

Although, I have a real aversion to eggs. I will use them to bake with, but I hate everything about them - the smell, the texture, the flavor, the idea - all of it. However if I like the way they tasted I would eat a fried egg or quiche or whatever anyway. I'm just a glutton that way.