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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Raw-Food Gurus Mock Each Other In Ways Incomprehensible to the Rest of Society

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Had enough of the raw foodists yet? We haven't! LoL!

[BURP]

Yesterday we showed how raw food gurus quibble amongst themselves. But oh, sometimes it goes further: sometimes they ridicule each other via YouTube.

Consider, for example, the clip below of Durian Rider doing a bizarre-o impression of Matt Monarch

Context: The mocker (Durian Rider) is known for his wacky and intense devotion to a very-low-fat, near-fruitarian diet. He helped launch the Web site "30 bananas a Day," and got booted a few months ago from a different raw forum for being a bit extremist. The mockee is Matt Monarch, whom, we insist, resembles a gritty surfer-Jesus. What's being poked fun at in this clip is Monarch's admiration for yet another raw-food guru, Dr. Fred Bisci. Let's go to the tape:

But Durian Rider would not have the last laugh. Here's a send-up of his high-fruit-low-fat diet on the Raw Humour Web site:

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