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    03-07-2018, 09:39 PM
    It's ridiculous! Get the troops home; their return is long overdue. 15 years in a war that should have never begun. SMH
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    03-07-2018, 09:37 PM
    They're so quick to prescribe medications, but slow to recommend dietary and lifestyle changes. I also agree the cutoffs for prescribing meds to treat it, are a little sketchy and not entirely empirically based. I have hypotension and struggle to stay above 90/60, but the last time I went to the doctor, the nurse was like "91/65 WOW! That's fantastic!"
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    03-07-2018, 09:29 PM
    We should pass a law that requires orange juice and onions with every order of bacon. Package them like a lunchable... in BPA free plastic, of course! ;)
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    03-07-2018, 09:28 PM
    Haha! Observation bias!
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    03-07-2018, 09:27 PM
    "Jobs visited and called Forstall in the hospital regularly, he says, offering all kinds of natural remedies. All the while, Forstall says, doctors were giving him the same kind of medicines they did to cancer patients, trying to reverse his terrible and non-stop nausea. Nothing helped, and Forstall was literally wasting away. Forstall says he carried on like this for about two months. Finally, one night at around 10 p.m., Jobs called Forstall and said, "I have the best acupuncturist in the world," and "she's going to fix you." "The acupuncturist came and stayed until sunrise, and then again for the next few days. It worked. Forstall felt well enough to eat again about a week after. He credits the persistence of Jobs with his rapid and sudden cure." Source: You can also watch a video of the interview here:
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    03-07-2018, 09:14 PM
    Link: I hate to be a Debbie downer, but I agree with most of the author's points. This is even more likely with some of the newer cryptocurrencies. There's so many of them now it's kind of ridiculous and hard to take some of them seriously. I feel like it's just a matter of time before people realize they made a mistake. Only, this time, they won't have anything tangible to liquidate. At least some beanie babies sell for a few dollars on eBay. :p
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    03-07-2018, 09:04 PM
    What if the value of bitcoin becomes that of beanie babies today? Many feel it's headed that way: I will admit I've been tempted to invest in it, but just can't. It's still possible to make something, but I'm a little too late to the game for the the big payoffs. While the stock market isn't immune to risk, I have more trust in my investments there than bitcoin.
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    03-07-2018, 08:49 PM
    I'm 25, almost a quarter millionaire (from my business and investments) and just recently got a credit card. I've always had enough money to pay cash for whatever I wanted (including college tuition.) Aside from building a credit score, I never felt a need to put things on a credit card to pay off at a later date when I have enough to pay upfront. Most people my age have a different reason for not owning a credit card. They're in so much student loan debt from going to a super expensive school and getting a degree that offers virtually no marketable skills. A few more lived beyond their means (e.g. expensive vacations, fancy apartment, eating out all of the time, designer clothes, etc.)
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    03-07-2018, 08:28 PM
    I was pretty sure they would pass it. While more gun control hasn't worked in major U.S. cities that have tried to implement it, stricter gun control pretty successful in Australia according to: I'm not trying to be a troll or say gun control is the answer, I'm just making an observation. They've passed it, so let's see how it goes. If it doesn't work, other states will be able to use that data to reject the idea that stricter gun control is the answer. If it does work, then it will be more difficult to make claims that gun control won't address the problem. I agree that the real problem is moral decay (not guns or mental health issues) and am interested to see how they decide to address that.
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    03-07-2018, 08:10 PM
    I dislike all alcoholic drinks. I could never swallow more than a sip. It tastes awful! I just can't get myself to like even the sweetest of wines. I don't drink it at all and don't care to acquire that taste. There are other lifestyle and genetic factors that play a role in longevity and are far more influential.
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    03-07-2018, 07:58 PM
    She had a very unusual routine: "After her admission to the care home Maison du Lac in January 1985 at the age of 109, she initially had a highly ritualized daily routine whereby, uniquely among the care home residents, she requested to be woken at 6:45 am and started the day with a long prayer at her window thanking God for being alive and for the beautiful day which was starting, sometimes loudly asking the reason for her longevity and why she was the only one alive in her family. Seated on her armchair she did gymnastics wearing her stereo headset. Her exercises included flexing and extending the hands ("a distinguished woman must have beautiful hands"), then the legs, and her carers noted that she moved faster than the other residents, who were 30 years younger, despite her blindness. Her breakfast consisted of coffee with milk, and rusks.Her morning ablutions included washing herself unassisted with a flannel rather than taking a shower ("an odd invention"), and applying first soap, then olive oil and powder to her face. She washed her own glass and cutlery before proceeding to lunch. She enjoyed daube (braised beef) but was not keen on boiled fish. After the meal she smoked a Dunhill cigarette (formerly a cigar, a habit she had acquired from her husband) and drank a small amount of Port wine. She enjoyed chocolate (and at the age of 112 received a delivery of 800 kilogrammes after challenging a TV presenter – this was then distributed to care homes), and made herself daily a fruit salad based on banana slices and squeezed orange. In the afternoon she would take a nap for two hours in her armchair, and then visit her neighbours in the care home, telling them about the latest news she had heard on the radio. At nightfall she would dine quickly, return to her room, listen to music (her eyesight now being too poor for her favorite pastime of crosswords), smoke a last cigarette and go to bed at 10pm." - Source:
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  • I<3Liberty's Avatar
    03-07-2018, 07:48 PM
    They will make statements like the NRA is a terrorist organization, but then go on to say that the idiots committing these crimes are "troubled" or have "mental health issues." When will they hold people responsible for their actions instead of putting the blame on an organization completely unrelated to gun crimes?
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    03-07-2018, 07:45 PM
    It's not just dogs that have a special connection with women. According to this study, cats "adore and manipulate women." The people doing these studies have too much time and money on their hands.
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    03-07-2018, 07:36 PM
    Link: What are your thoughts on this project? Do you think seasteading is worthwhile?
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