User talk:Bill Rawls

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I'm also setting you autopatrolled so you don't have to deal with captchas anymore, since you seem like you're harmless enough and have lurked around some before registering. Ochotona princepsnot a pokémon 22:32, 5 August 2013 (UTC)

Thanks, I'm actually a long time reader here. - Bill Rawls (talk)

Wikipedia links[edit]

See here. PowderSmokeAndLeather: Say something once, why say it again?.Moderator 20:44, 10 August 2013 (UTC)

Meh, quite frankly seems like a bad policy to me. Still, if it's site's policy than I can't unilaterally act against it. - Bill Rawls (talk) 20:46, 10 August 2013 (UTC)

I've been using this[edit]

It's working so far, but CP might block it in the future. --Shakedangle (talk) 13:31, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

September 2013[edit]

Not if User:C keeps going on his amphetamine-fueled editing binges it won't. PowderSmokeAndLeather: Say something once, why say it again?.Moderator 15:02, 24 August 2013 (UTC)

Kosher status of human flesh and human blood[edit]

Since you restored one of my other edits to blood libel, maybe you should investigate this one too? The facts are, that Jewish law teaches that the Torah prohibition on consuming animal blood does not apply to human blood, nor does the prohibition on eating mammals without split hooves and cud chewing apply to humans either. So what the article claims is simply wrong according to Jewish law. Rabbis will say, that the consumption of human flesh and blood is prohibited in most cases (there are some exceptions - if you accidentally add human blood to food by cutting one's self while cooking, in some cases the food remains kosher even though it now contains human blood), but not on the grounds of the Torah provisions the article cites; it is either a Rabbinic prohibition, or it is rooted in a different set of Torah passages than those cited. You can try the links I included, or any serious source on Jewish law will say the same thing. ThoughtCrime1969 (talk) 11:28, 18 September 2013 (UTC)


Already in WIGOblogs so I've hidden it, sorry. Scream!! (talk) 11:20, 6 May 2014 (UTC)