Re: No,loquat1 you'd never believe Dr. Clark's work.
Of course, loquat, I knew you were pretending to agree with me, I thought mostly to be cute, but with undertones of being able to shortening your response.
I was just getting a grasp on what you consider irony. To me irony is that you, being so eagle eyed to the cancer 'scam' in the pharmaceutical cartel, are so ironically blind and supporting of any other of their scams.
I would not find you considering yourself so caring while I do not, but yet you agreeing with me, to be terribly ironic.
I'd more call that intentional manipulation. But apparently the 'dictionary' says that is irony. Maybe if it was actually funny. I'm pretty sure that's part of what makes it irony.
And like I said--on loan from the religious spin control department. Their forte is saving lost souls aka driving the sheeple back into the believe the bible and believe what your told because I'm smarter than you spiritually (maybe even ordained in one of the brands of religion), cuz I said so.
You're not being paid, if of course you are (benefit of the doubt) to promote the pharmaceutical cartel's agenda, but since you're here and all, you're doing your part, while still trying to present as a spiritual and kindly man. So, you can appear to care more.
As for reincarnation, well, I guess we all find out one way or the other when we die. I'm glad I can access mine and learn from my mistakes in them instead of foolishly learning them yet again in this life.
Like that one life where I committed suicide. I'm quite happy to avoid repeating that--it pretty well sucked and did nothing to actually help. It was basically a wasted life. It's like it resets you to the life before it, like losing a level in a video game. Everything you gained is lost.