Wave of the Future

This is not how the world ends, to paraphrase T.S. Eliot, but this is a wave of the future of the online world, Juli Bauer on chocolate something or other.

Taurus, best I can piece together, and vigilant work-out, sports person. Not my bag. The wave of the future part?

The post meanders, almost thoughtlessly, from relationships, almost as if the author is in the throws of such a crisis, and she does write from a position of all-knowing, so it would seem. From that, it eventually careens into a recipe for chocolate, breakfast goodness with chia seeds and who knows what else.

The wave of the future is that there will be more excited, apparently disconnected, yet still ending in a terrific point — this one ends in a recipe — from here to there with too much of one’s own life revealed. After watching that Hunter Thompson special I wonder if she operates much the same way, jump in, both feet. Don’t look, just go for it.

Way we’re all going.

Unbridled enthusiasm, I sure hope it’s a wave of the future. I adore the site’s recipes and energy.

Why Raw might be bad?

In another wave of the future, why raw vegan stuff might not be that good…

Our raw-vegan cousin, the gorilla, has three times the body size of humans, but one-third the brain cells; it grew muscular on plants, but not smarter. According to a study published in October 2012, the gorilla would have needed to eat raw plants for more than 12 hours a day to consume enough calories to evolve a humanlike brain.

(Source is here.)

Gorilla Food – Aaron Ash

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