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Have you got any cigarettes for my Mum? I said no, to which he replied my mum said you can sleep with her if you wish for cigarettes. I said where is your Dad and he said he was a prisoner of war in Germany. My goodness what had things come to. I didn’t have the guts to tell him about the Master Cleanse. I know that modern medicine is doubtful of the benefits of detoxing, but I believe there is much to be gained by giving your digestive system a rest. And it makes sense given that if your body isn’t using energy to consume calories, that energy can be devoted to healing..
Finally, maybe the most controversial point he makes as an ecologist has to do with white tailed deer. “Most of the scientific studies of eastern North America forest ecology in the twentieth century were conducted in an abnormally unbrowsed forest’Overbrowsing’ by deer may be returning the forest to its more usual sparse, open condition,” he writes. Haskell quotes from old letters and diaries about the great abundance of deer in the 16th and 17th centuries and mentions that Native Americans cleared and burned forests to provide food for plentiful deer..