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    05-27-2016, 01:46 PM
    I think it was the Robin Williams movie, "The World According to Garp" where he finds out his father was some guy in a coma who his mother was raping in the hospital at night? lol
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    05-27-2016, 01:39 PM
    Now that was funny on several different layers. If that don't light someone's fire, their wood is wet.
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    05-27-2016, 09:43 AM
    +rep I know, right?
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    05-27-2016, 08:03 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to tod evans again. Thank you for this. This is one of those stories that comes along very rarely and must be shared.
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    05-27-2016, 07:20 AM
    LOL Side note. When I was in the Dominican Republic a couple of years ago, my friends were laughing at my menu choices. They're eating all kinds of seafood (we frequented a small place literally on the beach), and I'm getting simple things like chicken fingers and ribs. But the taste of those meats without all the antibiotics and Lord knows what else chemicals.....it was divine. If I could serve those chicken tenders here, I'd close down every chicken restaraunt within 50 miles of me with the quality.
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    05-27-2016, 06:21 AM
    I understand your point, but even with complete seclusion at best we'd only delay this type of event from happening here. Unless you're of the mind that could possibly give us more preparation time once observed elsewhere? Speaking to anything of this nature, not just this example. This woman had a UTI of E. coli which is actually a fairly normal culprit for UTI / bladder / prostate infections. The other is a strain of staph. It's not really all that shocking to me, as I learned when I had a horrible prostate infection that these bugs are getting extremely resistant to antibiotics. My case was made worse by them starting me out on Cipro (which was the standard), only to get worse because they found the strain of staph I had was resistant to Cipro. It's listed on the World Health Organization's list of essential medicines due to all the things it is good for, is really not that old of a med, and infections are shrugging it off left and right nowadays. While your point does play a role, the problem is people taking antibiotics for everything, from a cold to a headache.
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    05-27-2016, 06:03 AM
    This is pure win
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    05-27-2016, 04:38 AM
    I haven't followed pro ball since Marino was the man for the Dolphins, nor was I a fan of the Cowboys. But, I think a lot of people are going to be very surprised at Dak Prescott. I am a Miss State fan, and know his career pretty well. When you look at his college numbers, and all the records he set, keep one thing in mind. He did that while running for his life, as the O line was atrocious. His senior year he did it with no line, and no running game to keep defenses honest. And in the SEC West. He'll need a couple of seasons to mature some more, learn schemes, and get used to the pace of the pros, but he is one of the most studious players anyone has ever seen (he lived in the film room and ran extra team practices), a natural leader, honestly a great kid, and that SOB is TOUGH. And I mean TOUGH. Both physically and mentally. With someone like Romo to learn from, a (what looks to be being built at Dallas) solid run game, and an offensive line that actually blocks, he could very well show why a lot of people from the SEC are talking about what a gold mine pick he was for the Cowboys. It's not guaranteed, but he could very well turn into a guy who can tote the load for them.
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    05-27-2016, 01:01 AM
    Ahhh Thanks for that. As I said, was quoting from memory, but apparently was wrong.
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    05-27-2016, 12:33 AM
    Cited from memory. Has to do with the amino acids that make up proteins, and animal proteins having the dozen or needed to constitute a complete protein. Whereas beans and nuts don't.
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    05-26-2016, 11:55 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to tod evans again. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..........omfg you have no idea how loud that made me laugh! On topic:
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    05-26-2016, 11:36 PM
    Saying the title alone aloud elicited a "Sieg Heil" from my wife....
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    05-26-2016, 11:31 PM
    The only problem with that is the more a bug (talking virus) is being passed with people, the more it mutates. The biggest reason certain viruses are best vaccinated against is you take away as many possible incubators for it to evolve to be able bypass, fool, or flat out beat immune systems. This article is a prime example of genetic mutation within virus and bacterium showing learned defense. I agree with you about building up antibodies, but with our population and global contact, nature is going to catch us sooner or later.
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    05-22-2016, 01:05 AM
    Did your mother have an infection after her surgery? I am sorry to hear of her results, but please know cases of blindness as a result of cataract suregery are so infinitesimal, it's akin to refusing to cross the street because an uncle was ran over by a milk truck. I looked at both links, and they are not alike. The first is meant to add a steroid that helps prevent the onset, that the body is not making due to some form of genetic abnormality. That means three issues with it. One being without the drops, the cataracts will begin to reform, as the steroid to prevent them is no longer being artificially supplied. Second, The cause of your particular cataracts have to be born of lack of this steroid in your body. Third, if you read their data, they've had some success with lower cataract density (not curing it) in gene selected animals. While it's a promising study, it'll be fast tracking if they make it to market within 10 years. The second link. Bear in mind you are reading testimonials, not research data. And for everyone you read that says it helped, there is one from someone else saying it didn't. The main common factor I found in my (admittedly quick) reading of the remedies listed was positive results seem to come from people who began using them at very early onset. Bear in mind that testimonials can be used much like P Hacking with scientific study, where someone plays with data to force a result they want. With testimonials, you don't know the variables with the people who claim it works, and the ones with the people who say it doesn't. Nor do you know how many of the testimonials are faked in order to boost sales. Just please be careful what you put in your eye, as everyone's body reacts differently to medications, both synthetic and natural. If you're cataract(s) are advanced, and you have medicare (all though typically,most give a free initial consult), I would ask you at least meet an opthomologist. You don't have to select surgery by seeing one, and can at least be sure you're as informed as you can be medically, and discuss your different treatment options you're looking at. I'm sure you'll find he'll be happy to help you track progress, or lack thereof, as you try different things. Besides, the bigger and more experienced you can have your support team, the better off you are. And putting things in your eyes is not safe, even a "natural drop" someone is selling. Those retailers don't know your medical information, your allergies, family history, or are monitoring your condition while under treatment.
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    05-21-2016, 10:35 AM
    If anyone claims otherwise, they are setting themselves up for failure. It is understood with all scholars of where Abraham originated from. It also give us a source for the almost chapter after chapter of plagiarism from older pagan stories. It also explains why the god of the Old Testament is prone to temper tantrums,wants gold and silver, and is very often surprised / angered at people and their actions. Not that this matter to Christiainity, mind you.That faith rest with belief in Christ's ressurection.
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    05-12-2016, 01:00 PM
    Oh, I wasn't even tempted. I had two other friends that comprised our trip circle, and we'd usually trip about once a month. We would mess with each other, but never will ill intent. LOL....ever been laying on the floor watching tv, and have a buddy walk by and drop a handful of confetti over your face? ROFL......you'd swear that stuff was taking an hour to fall, and you're trying to embed your back into the floor to get away from it. But we were very good friends, and all very exerienced with LSD. First timers always got the "training wheels" treatment. My personal favorite was to go to my bedroom, turn off the lights so it was pitch black, put a strobe on slow pulse, and blare NIN. Not for the newcomers, but if you knew how to keep the reigns tight, one hell of a ride.
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    05-12-2016, 09:04 AM
    LOL.....this franchise and their ads. Funny story. I was in the midwest, working in bars. My brother came to visit from Mississippi. It was me, him, my gf, and her sis at the house. He had never done LSD, and I had some FIRE Timothy Leary print from a dead family in St. Louis. So we each drop a four way, and are chilling rambling back and forth with the tv on in the background. Anyone remember the first Independence Day movie fake newscast ad that ran like 30 mins? They had an Orson Wells type fake news cast running about the alien invasion. LOL....I saw he was looking more and longer at the tv watching it. He finally looked at me, and asked, "Man.....is this shit really happening??!?!" Had I been cruel....but, he was my brother and his first trip, so I played nice.
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    05-12-2016, 08:48 AM
    Honestly, it's not like a "love for all" thing. It's more of a situational thing, if that makes sense.
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    05-12-2016, 08:32 AM
    I have a concelaed carry permit, but open carry. I don't want to be a surprise for someone wishing violence, but rather a deterrant to the act.
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    05-12-2016, 08:29 AM
    I'd be curious to see these experiments with an older demographic than college age kids. When I was in my early 20s, I was capable of some seriously cold blooded things without any emotional repurcussions to myself. But now at 42, after experiencing the things life exposes us all to (children, death of immediate family members, lost love, and guilt that go with these and the like), I catch myself tearing up at some of the most normal things. Not that I don't take the results found seriously, but I find empathy is a result of experience allowing someone to relate to another's pain or problems more.
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    05-12-2016, 08:14 AM
    I know how to grow my own garden, and every few years or so, I'll get a wild hair and do a pepper and tomatoe garden (the coon ass and the redneck in me get together and persuade me). But it is rare. I spent many a summer in my youth working hundreds of acres of farmland for my grandparents. And while I didn't mind, as it was to help them, I swore that as long as I could drive to a store to get them, I wouldn't depend on veggies from the sweat of my brow. I'm sure here have, but until you pick a 15 acre fieldof corn, a 10 acre field of peas and okra, a 10 acre field of cucumbers and butterbeans, ect.....it's hard to really appreciate where I'm coming from. But don't get me wrong, I have enough seeds to plant acres of land if I need to, and enough food put back to last me until I could see results. It's just....lol.....for me,a garden is anything but fun
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    05-07-2016, 11:57 PM
    Ahhh.....thanks for clarifying. I think I would prefer the 7.62x51, but as I've said, I've never even seen...much less fire.....the SAW system. When I went through American weapons training, we shot the M60 and the .50 cal mounted. And zero argument about burst mode, simply saying I would prefer it over full auto for supression. If I'm not mistaken, it was the Marines who wanted the A2 version, as opposed to the A1? But like you, I believe semi-auto is for fighting, and full auto is for falling back (or flanking). I never saw the M4 either when I was in, but I was support in a pre 9/11 Army. Hell, the only time I ever saw the M9 (I had an old Beretta 92F in the late 80's as a teen) was officers carrying them in the field.
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    05-06-2016, 10:44 PM
    I never got to handle a SAW. Hell, never even saw one....lol. I am correct in understanding you're saying the SAW comes in .308? If so, that must be a beast to handle on full auto. That would be a hard choice....5.56 for better control of fire, or .308 for "here comes the pain" fire. I actually liked the A2 with it's burst setting as opposed to full auto. Kind of a good compromise between accuracy and suppressive fire.
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