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    Today, 02:27 PM
    Yeah I watched it too... I didnt think anything like you think
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 12:43 PM
    Dang. I'm taking 800mg Ibuprofen at the moment, too. I didn't know that about Ibuprofen. It's either that or those 10mg oxycontin tablets, though. I've been trying to stay away from those things. They make me sick as heck. Hm.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 12:23 PM
    Thats a lot of working out, man. That's serious working out. Beast Mode. Have you ever tried hemp powder? I was thinking about it. I've never tried it, though. Isopure Meal Replacements or Nitro Tech is what I've been using this year. Make sure you're gettting a good shot of protein before you go to sleep to replenish your body if you're still doing it like that. Same as taking vitamins. You don't pee them all out if you take them at night time. So your body absorbs them. You know? There was somebody else around here that worked out like that, too. I forget who, though. HB has it right. About a gram per pound of body weight.
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  • Chester Copperpot's Avatar
    Today, 12:03 PM
    theres no way anybody thinks clinton won the debate.... i call another bullshit thread on cPUD
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    Today, 12:01 PM
    dont look now but farreri hasnt been here in a week... maybe primal made him butthurt more than anybody...
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 10:00 AM
    Yeah, this.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 08:59 AM
    Write-in Darrell Castle is my guess.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 08:49 AM
    Which ones?
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 08:38 AM
    Liberty means against Government-over-Man. You'll hear a lot of people define it in their own little way similar to how some friends translate the Gospel to suit their personal lifestyes. To be against Government-over-Man in America is to be libertarian. This is how it is properly defined in relation to the American heritage. So yes. Yes he is.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 08:27 AM
    Only 6 burgers, too, instead of 13. Don't let Zip manage the books around here. Jiminy crickets. Heh.
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    Today, 07:33 AM
    yeah sheldon adelson is so concerned with the welfare of people gambling... he thinks gambling is bad when its online..of course he owns some major casinos and if you get rid of online casinos then youve got to go to his brick and mortar casinos and thats good - for him,
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    Today, 07:23 AM
    theres no way i would eat 200g of protein a day... thats nuts... for me anyway...
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    Today, 07:22 AM
    I though an egg only had 6g of protein... wouldnt 8 eggs be only 48g of protein?
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 06:26 AM
    Eh, may as well share The Law. I assume most have read it. Whatever. The more, the merrier. It's a good read. The Law by Frederick Bastiat - Treatise on the general purposes and effects of law by French patriot and scholar, Frederick Bastiat.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 06:21 AM
    Government by Frederic Bastiat, 1849 I wish some one would offer a prize for a good, simple, and intelligent definition of the word "Government." What an immense service it would confer on society ! The Government! what is it? where is it? what does it do? what ought it to do? All we know is, that it is a mysterious personage; and, assuredly, it is the most solicited, the most tormented, the most overwhelmed, the most admired, the most accused, the most invoked, and the most provoked of any personage in the world. I have not the pleasure of knowing my reader but I would stake ten to one that for six months he has been making Utopias, and if so, that he is looking to Government for the realization of them.
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    Today, 05:50 AM
    ...continued When I came out of prison---for some one interfered, and paid that tax---I did not perceive that great changes had taken place on the common, such as he observed who went in a youth and emerged a gray-headed man; and yet a change had come to my eyes come over the scene---the town, and State, and country, greater than any that mere time could effect. I saw yet more distinctly the State in which I lived. I saw to what extent the people among whom I lived could be trusted as good neighbors and friends; that their friendship was for summer weather only; that they did not greatly propose to do right; that they were a distinct race from me by their prejudices and superstitions, as the Chinamen and Malays are that in their sacrifices to humanity they ran no risks, not even to their property; that after all they were not so noble but they treated the thief as he had treated them, and hoped, by a certain outward observance and a few prayers, and by walking in a particular straight through useless path from time to time, to save their souls. This may be to judge my neighbors harshly; for I believe that many of them are not aware that they have such an institution as the jail in their village. It was formerly the custom in our village, when a poor debtor came out of jail, for his acquaintances to salute him, looking through their fingers, which were crossed to represent the jail window, "How do ye do?" My neighbors did not this salute me, but first looked at me, and then at one another, as if I had returned from a long journey. I was put into jail as I was going to the shoemaker's to get a shoe which was mender. When I was let out the next morning, I proceeded to finish my errand, and, having put on my mended show, joined a huckleberry party, who were impatient to put themselves under my conduct; and in half an hour---for the horse was soon tackled---was in the midst of a huckleberry field, on one of our highest hills, two miles off, and then the State was nowhere to be seen. This is the whole history of "My Prisons." I have never declined paying the highway tax, because I am as desirous of being a good neighbor as I am of being a bad subject; and as for supporting schools, I am doing my part to educate my fellow countrymen now. It is for no particular item in the tax bill that I refuse to pay it. I simply wish to refuse allegiance to the State, to withdraw and stand aloof from it effectually. I do not care to trace the course of my dollar, if I could, till it buys a man a musket to shoot one with---the dollar is innocent---but I am concerned to trace the effects of my allegiance. In fact, I quietly declare war with the State, after my fashion, though I will still make use and get what advantages of her I can, as is usual in such cases.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 05:50 AM
    Essay by American writer Henry David Thoreau in support of limited government (emphasize that it's NOT about complete dissolution and anarchy) with common-sense reasoning. Mr. Thoreau lacked an informed and enlightened knowledge of our Constitutional Republic, which when followed lawfully will create the ideal system described in his conclusion. He does however point out that any government has limited practical purposes and actual productivity compared to that of the people. Such a State exists in law, with all the legal, moral, and practical precedents. Which, of course, is a Constitutional Republicas established in the Constitution and outlined here - http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?493927-The-American-Ideal-of-1776-The-Twelve-Basic-American-Principles&p=6197351&viewfull=1#post6197351 So I put it here for informational purposes only. It is unfortunate that Thoreau did not incorporate the existing support and precedents when describing his ideal type of government. On the Duty of Civil Disobedience
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    Today, 05:25 AM
    Also some humor while it's in front of me. Heh. An English primer. (a glossary translating political rhetoric into plain English) by Thomas Sowell. Appeared in National Review, Dec 31, 1985 v37 p17(1)... EVERY FIELD has its own special words and expressions which others find hard to understand.Politics is no exception. For those who have difficulty understanding the strange way words are used by politicians and the media, here is a glossary translating political rhetoric into plain English: Crisis: Any situation you want to change.
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    Today, 05:13 AM
    Article by British author George Orwell discusses how the poor choice of words negatively affects all communication. Which I'm guilty of myself. Anyway... Most people who bother with the matter at all would admit that the English language is in a bad way, but it is generally assumed that we cannot by conscious action do anything about it. Our civilization is decadent and our language--so the argument runs--must inevitably share in the general collapse. It follows that any struggle against the abuse of language is a sentimental archaism, like preferring candles to electric light or hansom cabs to aeroplanes. Underneath this lies the half-conscious belief that language is a natural growth and not an instrument which we shape for our own purposes. Now, it is clear that the decline of a language must ultimately have political and economic causes: it is not due simply to the bad influence of this or that individual writer. But an effect can become a cause, reinforcing the original cause and producing the same effect in an intensified form, and so on indefinitely. A man may take to drink because he feels himself to be a failure, and then fail all the more completely because he drinks. It is rather the same thing that is happening to the English language. It becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, but the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts. The point is that the process is reversible. Modern English, especially written English, is full of bad habits which spread by imitation and which can be avoided if one is willing to take the necessary trouble. If one gets rid of these habits one can think more clearly, and to think clearly is a necessary first step toward political regeneration: so that the fight against bad English is not frivolous and is not the exclusive concern of professional writers. I will come back to this presently, and I hope that by that time the meaning of what I have said here will have become clearer. Meanwhile, here are five specimens of the English language as it is now habitually written. These five passages have not been picked out because they are especially bad--I could have quoted far worse if I had chosen--but because they illustrate various of the mental vices from which we now suffer. They are a little below the average, but are fairly representative examples. I number them so that I can refer back to them when necessary:
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 04:52 AM
    Mm hm. This is one of the reasons I'd mentioned to people about not doing what I do whenever it came up. Don't do it. It can be dangerous if you dont know what you're doing. I just got off of a chicken and broccoli run for a couple of months. So that was probably seven or eight cups of chicken a day eating 5 or 6 times per day. But I'm brutal when I work out so I'm putting it back into my body more than anything. I get a good bit of protein in my last meal of the day. But I don't do 200 as much anymore anyway, Zip. Like right now, I'm not doing anything active so I'm not doing 200. You're right, though.
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    Today, 12:49 AM
    I gots some Cher playing. I'm not gey or nothin either. :cool:
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    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    Well. I avoid pre-packaged and processed foods. And I try to stick to serving sizes that reflect an acceptable intake for good health. Works. That's where people are getting all of the bad stuff. End of the day, it's really not what you eat. It's how much of it. That's my motto. And it works for me. I'd take my shirt off an flex for yuns but proly not enough bandwidth to handle it. :)
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    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Phht. You got that right. The years catch up. If you think about this stuff, though, and if you think about everything like the economy, people working two or three jobs just to make ends meet, no family time to cook, eating on the fly, and not to mention that ease of eating quick food, choice itself almost gets taken out of the equation.
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    Yesterday, 11:23 PM
    Heh. That's true. The blood don't flow when the pipes are clogged up. It's interesting that he had their attention at that point.
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    ill give this a watch.. saved it for later so i can watch it on TV tomorrow
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    Yesterday, 01:58 PM
    Many religious leaders in the 1700's knew nothing of a "separation of church and state" but taught from the Bible that citizens have a duty to God that supercedes the inclination to follow an unlawful and tyrannical government. Included here because of their logical and theological contributions to our Constitutional Republic.... “The Curse of Cowardice” - Samuel Davies, May 8, 1758 “On the Right to Rebel against Governors" - Samuel West, 1776 Massachusetts Election Sermon - Reverend Phillips Payson, 1778 - Delivered to the General Assembly of Mass. Discusses the best form of government for liberty under God. A Sermon on the Day of the Commencement of the Constitution - Rev. Samuel Cooper, October 25, 1780
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    Yesterday, 08:51 AM
    Well. What I'm talking about its a true Republic. To that extent, I maintain that it was the people of Massachusettes who created the first true Republic. Self-government through constitutional government. And by default, the first true constitution by way of the first constitutional convention in history.
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    09-27-2016, 10:17 PM
    I Stand Alone
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    09-27-2016, 08:55 PM
    Lotta Hillary support these days. Althogh I'm sure she always had a lot.
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    09-27-2016, 07:48 PM
    In case I'm not the only one who didn't know what jeggings were... http://www.rainbowshops.com/c/plus-size-jeggings
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