ADRENALIN: Internal Thermoelectricity really can save your life, submitted by Sean. Now I won't argue that internal thermoelectricity is important in each of our lives. I'm afraid that if I made such a bold claim, my body would get pissed off and start shocking the hell out of my heart, and since that thing's about 98% lard already, I doubt it could withstand such an attack. However, I will have to question the connection between "Philoshopy.net" and a page which contains over 50,000 links to sites beginning with the word "Adrenalin" and end with phrases such as "Sound Machine" or "Textiles Orange."
Aerobic capacity is the vital ability to efficiently convert oxygen and fuel into Internal Thermoelectricity, energy and warmth; all of which are associated with natural temperature control.
Natural improvements in temperature control encourage natural improvements in weight control.
Sustaining optimum energy flow throughout your body demands optimum nutrition.
Yeah, that's great and all, but why the hell does it cost £75 for a 15-minute session of... email? Does it take the guy 15 minutes to write the email, or does it take you 15 minutes to read it, or how does that work? My internal thermoelectricity demands answers! Also, I think that's a pretty outrageous price for an email, consider £75 is equal to 132 Dubloons which is 99.382 Metric Yen that comes to approximately $8 million US. What a deal!
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