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Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Awake in America, Mar 7, 2014.
Me too. I like cooking. And when I cook I get to eat what I like!
There ya go!
The way we were.
Home movie, Britton, South Dakota, 1938.
Not a People of Walmart monstrosity or black mugger or transvestite or Talmudist or Mohammedan or Mexican bandito or fat slob or face tattooed freak amongst them - and the girls didn't try to look and act like men and vice versa - and poor as they were, in the depths of the depression, they all look well dressed and happy and friendly.
All except for the kid at 18:24. He looks like he might be related to the kid on the bridge in "Deliverance".
Wonderful scenes from the real America...1.0.
Before they trashed the joint. Before we were ordered to "celebrate diversity".
America, what we have lost. There is another great movie called "Russia, what we have lost", 1992.
Unfortunately, as far as I know, it has never been translated into English. It shows what the Judeo-Bolsheviks did to that great country, and it was the first public venue in Russia to reveal that Lenin was Jewish and spoke Yiddish at home. That was kept top secret in the USSR. And now the homicidal maniacs in Washington-Aviv are turning on their propaganda machine to hate the great white nation of Russia.
Prior to 1917 Russia had the fastest growing economy in Europe (just as Iraq had the fastest growing economy in the Arab world before they trashed it).
Here is a gorgeous film made in Moscow in 1908 called "Moscow Clad In Snow"
Van Damme says the prophet Muhammed knows best:
I'm no stinking Mohamedan but I eat like he's saying, just a little bit of meat/fish/chicken, with plenty of grains and vegetables. That was the traditional European way of eating too, the grains varying by region, like wheat noodles and bread, rye, barley, buckwheat...rice came to Europe later...Back in the ice age, back in the Pleistocene, we ate a lot of meat back then. A lot of it was really great, all fresh and natural with no additives of course. Some of my favorites were ground sloth and those giant deer we used to have. There were lots of animals back then in the good old days and you need to eat meat to stay warm.
I posted it not for the advice on eating but to show Van Damme deems the Koran an admirable source of knowledge and the alleged speaker "Muhammed" worthy of praise. Perhaps he thinks he has some Muslim "friends". In light of everything I know of the Koran, I would say the entire world would be better off disposing of the work, rejecting its consul, and start thinking anew on how to conduct their worldly affairs.
As to eating, yes, the Mediterranean style diet is good practice, and I do mostly, depending on where I am. In the past meat was eaten much less simply because storage and preservation methods were not developed to the extent at which they are today; and, animals were a storage of wealth, so, by eating them too frequently, one's wealth would be diminished. Expressing the obvious made the alleged speaker "Muhammed" a "very smart man" to Van Damme.
I am surprised to read that you eat very little meat and fish, and eat mostly vegetables and legumes, I would think a wolf needed to eat meat near daily?
I'm a werewolf. At a certain time of the month I do develop a taste for blood. Lots of regular normal humans eat blood too:
Anyone here have advice for a ganglion cyst? I've got one on the back of my wrist. Not painful. They say surgery is only 50%effective.
Just live with it in my opinion. Don't let yourself be cut over something like this.
Thank you sir For the response. I believe I will do just that.
Have you gone to a doctor to have it looked at and get recommendations? I had a sebaceous cyst on my head that I had removed 14 years ago. Gave me local anesthesia and it took about 45 minutes to do the procedure as it was pressed against my skull. It was big, about the size of a grape, but covered by my hair so it couldn't be seen, but could definitely be felt. If yours is large enough to be noticeable you might want to check your options. Just looking now I found this:
Treatment can often be non-surgical. In many cases, these cysts can simply be observed, especially if they are painless, as they frequently disappear spontaneously. If the cyst becomes painful, limits activity, or is otherwise unacceptable, several treatment options are available. The use of splints and anti-inflammatory medication can be prescribed in order to decrease pain associated with activities. An aspiration can be performed to remove the fluid from the cyst and decompress it. This requires placing a needle into the cyst, which can be performed in most office settings. Aspiration is a very simple procedure, but recurrence of the cyst is common. If non-surgical options fail to provide relief or if the cyst recurs, surgical alternatives are available. Surgery involves removing the cyst along with a portion of the joint capsule or tendon sheath (see Figure 3). In the case of wrist ganglion cysts, both traditional open and arthroscopic techniques usually yield good results. Surgical treatment is generally successful although cysts may recur. Your surgeon will discuss the best treatment options for you.
Thanks for the response Don, I figure I'll go get it checked out to be on the safe side. My insurance should cover most of the visit, aspiration could be an option just trying to avoid that expensive MRI bill unless it's necessary.