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29. Re: RE: Sunscreen Aug 8, 2007, 21:41 Enahs

What is so blasted wrong with NO SUNSCREEN... limited Sun exposure... Healthier person.


But the article does not say that, it basically says "sun screen is evil big business and you should never use it and frolic in the sun all you want".

In fact, the article never even once uses the word "limited" or "limit".

People here were bitching about the article, not about proper sun use.

Damn man, stop editing your post while people are responding or after they respond!! heh

What has this guy got to profit from making such a claim?

I did not say that. I said everybody uses that now to try and validate their point. It validates nothing, because as I said every thing is full of "known carcinogens".

Your point about moderate sun use is valid. I do not wear sun screen, I also tan very nicely. I am in excellent health. I am not worried about cancer.

You are now bringing up completely different points the what the article, and what people berated the article for, was talking about.

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