• ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Fake news in a nutshell is ALL NEWS... Doesn't matter if it's mainstream or alternative it's pretty much 90% fake...
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    Yesterday, 06:23 PM
    I'm lost without a scorecard. I just know they are all a bunch of crooks and should all be tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail...
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:15 AM
    But you have to have faith! Just wait until all looks hopeless and both houses have agreed to completely dismantle the 2nd Am that's when Trump is going to take out his veto pen and he's going to eliminate every law regarding guns and ex-felons will no longer be jailed for having guns and none of us will have to worry about modifying our weapons for full-auto. Just wait. It's going to happen.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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    03-16-2018, 07:32 PM
    Sad. I was 16. I can not express myself...
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    03-16-2018, 07:28 PM
    We had a saying when I was young and it really put liberty into something even children could understand. It went something like this: "Who made you the boss of me?"
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    03-15-2018, 08:52 PM
    I've seen the same concept applied to "smart clothing" that can be worn by deaf people. Something along the lines of "feeling" a system of communication via soundwaves, basically allowing them to be aware of their surroundings in a 360 degree window. It's definitely cool stuff. I would have never seen the connection as they seemingly have to work with prosthetics. Just wait until they can bridge the gap of a severed spine from brain to limb to make being paralyzed something our grandchildren will be amazed we had to deal with.
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    03-15-2018, 07:30 PM
    From the article: Like an episode out of “Black Mirror,” Walmart has filed a patent for autonomous robotic bees, technically called pollination drones, that could potentially pollinate crops just like real bees. The drones would carry pollen from one plant to another, using sensors and cameras to detect the locations of the crops. First spotted by CB Insights, the robot bee patent appears along five other patents for farming drones, including one that would identify pests and another that would monitor crop health. Walmart did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment. The researchers believe these RoboBees could soon artificially pollinate fields of crops – a development that would help offset the yearly bee losses over the past two decades. Though Harvard’s bees can do several tricks, they still can’t be remotely controlled. The robotic bees described in Walmart’s patent, however, would have this capability, along with the ability to automatically detect pollen. That would mean that the bees could theoretically work on a farm one day, rather than just in a lab.
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    03-14-2018, 01:35 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Swordsmyth again. You know the curious thing? That all these medications normally prescribed / used for treatment of Diabetes showing promise for afflictions causing neuro-degeneration diseases. If you'll recall, my post on Metformin being found to work to retard cellular degeneration and being studied as a way to increase quality of life as we age as it can help keep normal biological breakdown from affecting our health at more advanced ages. Metformin being mainly used for Type 2 Diabetes treatment. VERY appreciative of the article!
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    03-13-2018, 12:38 PM
    Wanted to add to this post.... On my recent visit to our family provider, we had my blood work done. And sure enough my vitamin D levels were EXTREMELY low even though I take a 100% daily amount supplement plus foods and sunlight. I'm now taking a Calcium, Zinc, and Magnesium supplement as well as insuring I'm eating magnesium rich foods. As an added bonus, my doctor explained how magnesium boosts the bodies serotonin levels which besides being a natural anti-depressant also helps with "pill sick" feelings for people like myself who have to take narcotics for chronic pain. Several times I'll have to take a hydrocodone not because I'm having a bad day but rather because my body starts to detox. Also, I hope the above makes people consider that not all doctors are bad, and very much want to help their patients find ways to better their health with things besides pills and surgeries (they know I want to avoid a pain clinic at all costs, so they work with me on ways to do so). If your provider doesn't work with you this way, find a different one. There are plenty of good doctors out there.....you just have to be ready to look for them.
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    03-13-2018, 12:31 PM
    Sorry for my delay in response... I wouldn't say it is a laxative. It doesn't cause any type of "forced" movements, nor cramping. It simply has allowed my body to get back into it's normal cycle which as someone who has to take hydrocodone monthly for back pain is a blessing. On the topic of my pain meds, and don't ask me why, but I am getting better effects with less pills. I am able to get results by taking one 10mg as opposed as to having to take two 10mgs. So somehow it's helping my body with absorption and by that virtue decreasing my doses. So, by lowering my need for my pain pills (which no one misconstrue as me saying it replaces them) I am more clear headed and energetic.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-11-2018, 11:49 AM
    We already have so much "gun control" the 2nd Am is a joke! It's been "infringed" upon since the 1920's and the 1968 gun control act pretty much was the final nail in the coffin. All we are arguing about now is how many more nails to keep the lid on securely. Once the precedence was set that the goonerment could stop any class of citizen from having a gun (of course they always pick on the least popular group so that the majority will go along) the 2nd Am was dead. All they need to do since 68 is keep growing the number of people who are excluded until there are only a handful who are not...
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    03-11-2018, 11:44 AM
    Are you related??
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    03-11-2018, 12:12 AM
    Yeah, that's the Circuit Judge whereas our's is the Ranch Hand (which off memory I think Rossi has quit making them). To be completely honest, if someone wanted a .357 or .44 for pure self defense they're better off getting a good revolver.....but she decided she wanted something like a Mare's Leg / Rossi. And I'm sure I don't have to elaborate to anyone here about "what babe doll wants, babe doll gets"...lol It's a great gun to add to a collection though, fun as hell to play with when out shooting, and a great conversation piece when around other gun owners.
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    03-11-2018, 12:06 AM
    lol...before my time as well but due to my father's love of old westerns (especially when he found the Western Channel on cable) I did see a few episodes of the McQueen show though. But my wife was bitten by the "Ooooo I want" bug from the Firefly show / Serenity Movie like pcosmar posted. Makes a great truck gun I think. We keep it stuck between the seat and the middle console in the King Ranch (which I INSIST she drives to and from the hospital. It's an F250 Turbo Diesel 4x4 so unless an 18 wheeler hits her I know she is safe. Not to mention that truck is a mobile prepper HQ with medical gear, survival gear, and firearms) so she always has a nasty "wtf you want?" gun to meet someone at the window.
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    03-10-2018, 06:17 PM
    My wife wanted one (lol...I know...my wife) so we did. She originally wanted a .357 magnum but instead got the .44 magnum. We didn't get the Mare's Leg, but instead the Rossi Ranch Hand..but it's the same weapon. It's a fun toy for shooting at the range and we use it as a "truck gun", but those two are about all it's good for. Meaning there isn't any real accuracy with the thing past 20 yards (it's just difficult to precisely aim for some reason). I'm not saying people shouldn't get one, but rather they understand what they're getting before they spend the cash.
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    03-10-2018, 05:29 PM
    "Banning possession" Those two words worry me. Worried because I can't fathom the legal problems and media infamy that will befall my family and me if some government messenger boy shows up to "take possession" of my personal shit. More so since I'm not sure I'll be able to exercise restraint and not treat them as I would any SOB who just showed up at my house trying to steal stuff.....
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    03-09-2018, 08:16 PM
    + rep We are already TOO "tough on crime". People going to jail for hellish numbers of years for crimes where no one has even been hurt. As you increase the penalty for these crimes you make the desperation of the criminal go up. There's little reason to NOT just start shooting when you know if they get their hands on you your life is going to be one of being locked in a box until you are 80. What used to be a week in jail is now about 5 years. Things that would get you 5 now are getting 25 to life... Not to mention that now the "record" follows you every where you go for the rest of your life. You will never get a decent job or make any kind of living again. Seems like they are guaranteeing that if you ever do get out you can only go back into a life of crime...
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-09-2018, 08:08 PM
    More laws, less freedom. It's already happened. Most people are blind to the fact that they already may be "possessing" their arms illegally. Smoke some pot? If found out your guns can be taken and you can go to jail. How about those prescriptions you are taking? Better check them carefully. Ever had a "complaint" by an ex wife or girlfriend? Perhaps some appointment at a doctor for depression??? They already have enough on the books to take most anyone's guns if they want to thanks to everyone being asleep at the wheel.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-09-2018, 08:04 PM
    More gun control is coming the only question is will you be a "law breaker" or a sheep? There are already many gun laws on the books that are infringing on our rights and have been since the very first gun law. How many more will the people stand for??
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    03-07-2018, 09:22 PM
    The fact they said in the article people are dying from OD'ing on hydrocodone should be enough to raise a lot of eyebrows. I take issue with these studies and the politicians who love them as they go on and on about the "opioid crisis", rattle off some figures relating to overdoses, and never mention the the fact we all know....the vast majority of those overdoses involve other drugs than just opioids, mainly things like Xanax. And I firmly believe it's because the talking point of, "People are addicted to opiates and it's killing them" sells a lot easier than "People are abusing their psych meds with other medications and it's killing them". Basically, it's easier to use the opiate addict route than to basically attack the psychological pharmaceutical industry because I know way more people taking xanax and other SSRI drug than I do narcotic painkillers. That and the fact they used the pain scale (tell me with 1 being lowest and 10 highest how bad your pain is) isn't exactly reliable. Ask anyone who is a nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physician's Assistant, MD, or a DO and they'll all have 100 stories of people wanting pain meds. When asked their pain level, the answer is "It's a 10".....while they are laid back texting and eating a bag of potato chips. I've experienced only once in my life what I called a "10 pain", and there was confusion with some of the staff when they came in expecting to see pain related to back and nerve damage but seeing my vitals with blood pressure around 250/140....so then they are thinking either someone wrote the wrong information or they were in the wrong room....because I was obviously having a heart attack and needed cardiology immediately (when in fact I was experiencing a true level 10 pain) . For context, I had a kidney stone get stuck between my kidney and bladder once (It had left my kidney that morning with my morning pee, but was too large to enter my bladder. So it became stuck and had closed off my ureter, which was both agonizing and would have required surgery had I not "forced" it through in a dillaudid fueled haze of desperation), and when asked my pain level for that I said through grit teeth, "About 6". Long story short, people either abuse or just embellish that scale. There are going to be a lot of people winding up suffering and labeled dope heads because that's easier for our society to agree to than admitting people are abusing their meds and taking them with drugs like xanax that turn them lethal.
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    03-07-2018, 09:23 AM
    Yeah...prostate cancer is a weird one. It's one of those that pretty much all men develop in later years (around 80% of elderly men who died from other causes are found to have prostate cancer upon autopsy). It's pretty much considered a death sentence when found in younger men, but that's due to it being part of a larger cancer issue within their bodies. The big problem with prostate screening isn't so much the PSA test but rather biopsy tests due to PSA ranges (certain people simply have natural higher PSA ranges than others, and certain races have even higher PSA ranges.....even though there is no cancer present). Prostate biopsies are done though the colon wall into the prostate and can introduce E. Coli into the urinary tract system......which is never a good thing. It's really not a good thing considering that we're seeing HIGHLY resistant strains of E. Coli now that can eat antibiotics like candy.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-04-2018, 04:48 PM
    Of course even ONE is too many. That goes without saying (I hope). The facts, however show that there are NOT more shootings than before (of course I think if you look at goonerment goonsquad shootings I believe those are way up). It's tough when the facts don't fit their narative so they just keep ignoring them. We need to remind them of these facts EVERY time it comes up...
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    03-04-2018, 04:18 PM
    I really don't like AJ (I've explained it many times) but this nonsense with YouTube just shows how much we need another platform for videos that does not censor. They can always "tag" videos they deem offensive or sensitive and only present those with certain tags when you want that kind of video. Some people don't want to see Nazi propaganda so you can allow that, just tag it and only show it to people who are looking for that content. Same with human sacrifice (Hillary), war violence, etc...
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    03-04-2018, 10:26 AM
    A lot of it will come down to all the hormones both sexes are unknowingly ingesting. From normal tap water to contamination from every day plastic bottles. I don't for one second find it coincidence that in high population centers where their water supply has higher amounts of trace drugs and hormones you also find high populations of homosexuals.
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