So who is this
fine upstanding chap complete moron? According to his Twitter profile he is:
Whole Food Raw Foodist founder, Diagnostic Face Reading & Health Expert, Author, Educator, while not a doctor, I help define the rules of health today.
“Whole Food Raw Foodist” – OK. “Raw Foodism” is the dietary practice of eating only uncooked, unprocessed foods. So all natural then, that’s good right? Read on.
Depending on the exact philosophy or type of lifestyle and results desired, raw food diets may include a selection of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, eggs, fish, meat and dairy products. It may also include simply processed foods such as various types of sprouted seeds, cheese, and fermented foods such as yogurts, kefir, kombucha or sauerkraut, but generally not foods that have been pasteurized, homogenized, or produced with the use of synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, industrial solvents or chemical food additives.
Basically, don’t process a thing. Eat stuff as nature dictates. Sounds delightful. Don’t get me wrong, I like some things raw but you wouldn’t find me eating a raw steak. No sir.
“Diagnostic Face Reading & Health Expert”
Oh. My. God. The supposed art of being able to tell what is wrong with you just by observing your face. No really. I’m fucking laughing right now. Trying to keep this post sensible is pretty difficult, and I haven’t reached the best bits yet.
“Author, Educator, while not a doctor…”
So he writes and teaches (his face reading skills) and isn’t a doctor. Hang on a tick, didn’t he also state “Health Expert”. The contradiction just screws with my mind. But let’s move on, before I am overcome with laughter.
Dear ol’ Roge is also a Scientologist. You know, like Tom Cruise, only more wacky. Bless. Don’t know about you, but Scientology is a little wishy washy for my tastes. We are supposedly immortal beings who have forgotten their true nature. Spiritual rehab and auditing. Sounds like a drawn out tax return to me. They also have a church of scientology. Oh myy.
Anyway, dear ol Roge decided to have a second crack at us vapers. He’s already done it once, and blocked most of the active folk on Twitter, much to everyone’s relief. He missed a few though. The results are highly entertaining.
Lies, spin, and outrageous scientology outpouring followed. The good health expert proceeded to spout a host of utter bullshit, and anyone who challenged him was insta-blocked. He even tried a basic attack, and failed dismally. Troll level: novice.
Fortunately, several folk decided enough was enough. As amusing as he was with his little tantrums folk decided that simply blocking him wasn’t the best option. Several reports were filed on Twitter. Let’s just see shall we?
The whole thing was amusing, ludicrous and downright funny. But unfortunately, this so called health expert is actually listened to where he’s from. Which is probably why California is such a weird place, nice but weird. I’ve never felt sorrier for my American vaping friends.