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ShadySue

« Reply #25 on: July 17, 2018, 14:39 »
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« Reply #26 on: July 17, 2018, 15:17 »
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Trump comes across as a complete idiot.  I'm sure there's several things mentally wrong with him but the fact that he couldn't walk up and down a few steps, without clinging on to Theresa May, makes me think he has a physical problem as well.  He also talks like he's on drugs, not the ones that make you happy.  I'm surprised he hasn't been impeached yet, surely can't be long now?
Hes not a good advert for being teetotal.

« Reply #27 on: July 17, 2018, 16:16 »
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Trump comes across as a complete idiot.  I'm sure there's several things mentally wrong with him but the fact that he couldn't walk up and down a few steps, without clinging on to Theresa May, makes me think he has a physical problem as well.  He also talks like he's on drugs, not the ones that make you happy.  I'm surprised he hasn't been impeached yet, surely can't be long now?


According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

« Reply #28 on: July 17, 2018, 16:20 »
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sgoodwin4813 - a golden shower

stockastic - FOX is blasting trump on this one

You mean FOX actually hit a limit?   But surely Hannity is still loyal.


I dont know details because I only have OTA TV, but I listened to nbc news a little today and they said Hannity was defending Trump, and the other analysts lit into him. So sounds like some of FOX hit a limit, but Hannity is still loyal.

Shelma1

« Reply #29 on: July 17, 2018, 16:35 »
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Trump comes across as a complete idiot.  I'm sure there's several things mentally wrong with him but the fact that he couldn't walk up and down a few steps, without clinging on to Theresa May, makes me think he has a physical problem as well.  He also talks like he's on drugs, not the ones that make you happy.  I'm surprised he hasn't been impeached yet, surely can't be long now?

If you watch Trump, you'll see that he still sounds purposeful and somewhat intelligent when he wants to, for example when he was putting down European leaders recently. The seeming simplemindedness of some of his speeches is aimed at his followers. "I love the uneducated," as he's said. He does it purposely...saying pretty much nothing by rambling incoherently. And they eat it up and think he's saying something meaningful.

nobody

« Reply #30 on: July 17, 2018, 17:06 »
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I often wonder what role Snowden has played in Russia's intelligence.  Seems like a lot has happen since he defected to Russia. 

« Reply #31 on: July 17, 2018, 21:38 »
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While Im not a proponent of partisan politics, and by no means a supporter of the Trump - Republicans (or the Dems for that fact). What the media fails to talk about, is the US interventionism into other foreign nations elections via overt and covert means. If you're calling out Russia on electoral manipulation, you must also call out the US meddling. You want to know how foreign policy really operates in the US? Look up the book Confessions of an economic hitman by John Perkins, heres a quick interview with the man himself ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWuAct1BxHU&t

You can walk and chew bubble gum at the same time. It's okay to be furious about the US's history of backing or even orchestrating coups around the world, often to put fascists in power, to further US economic or political interests and also be furious as an American to see your country attacked. Until recently it was okay to criticise your government and hold them to account for their wrongs, at least in the US.

Haha, no worries, i'll step out of your echo chamber so i don't disrupt your predisposed thesis. I can only hope one day everyone can come together and stop feeding this media propagated left/right paradigm split which is just a hierarchical ploy to divide and conquer.

« Reply #32 on: July 17, 2018, 22:03 »
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According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

This is not true.  There is a small but significant chance of very serious side effects - e.g., neuropathy of various kinds and liver damage - but the incidence is very low and those mainly appear in people who are not like Trump (female, small body size, drinking too much).  Statins actually may protect against Alzheimer's, although the data are not clear on that.  Trump's problems are very unlikely to be due to taking statins - to me it looks much more like the early symptoms of dementia.  Here is a list of early symptoms (https://www.healthline.com/health/dementia/early-warning-signs) - Trump exhibits all of them at various times, most people his age show none of them.  Trump's father had Alzheimer's and his poor diet and lack of exercise increases his risk.  Reagan clearly had symptoms of Alzheimer's by the beginning of his second term and possibly earlier, Trump is showing the same already.

« Reply #33 on: July 17, 2018, 22:07 »
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The seeming simplemindedness of some of his speeches is aimed at his followers. "I love the uneducated," as he's said. He does it purposely...saying pretty much nothing by rambling incoherently. And they eat it up and think he's saying something meaningful.

Yes, I agree, the simplemindedness is often intentional and directed at his followers, but the incoherence, repetitiveness, forgetfulness and difficulty walking are more likely early symptoms of dementia.  Due to family history I am acutely aware of the symptoms of dementia and Trump is definitely showing them.

namussi

« Reply #34 on: July 17, 2018, 23:20 »
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The Russians have been cultivating Trump as an asset for more than 20 years. 

You have proof of this?

namussi

« Reply #35 on: July 17, 2018, 23:25 »
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NEWS JUST IN

Trump's done a U-turn.

"US President Donald Trump has said he accepts US intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election - despite declining to do so just a day ago.

"He said he had misspoken on Monday and had meant to say he saw no reason why it was not Russia that meddled."

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-44864739

namussi

« Reply #36 on: July 17, 2018, 23:27 »
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Trump comes across as a complete idiot.  I'm sure there's several things mentally wrong with him but the fact that he couldn't walk up and down a few steps, without clinging on to Theresa May, makes me think he has a physical problem as well.  He also talks like he's on drugs, not the ones that make you happy.  I'm surprised he hasn't been impeached yet, surely can't be long now?


According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

And yet other research suggests statins can PREVENT Alzheimer's.

namussi

« Reply #37 on: July 17, 2018, 23:29 »
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While Im not a proponent of partisan politics, and by no means a supporter of the Trump - Republicans (or the Dems for that fact). What the media fails to talk about, is the US interventionism into other foreign nations elections via overt and covert means. If you're calling out Russia on electoral manipulation, you must also call out the US meddling. You want to know how foreign policy really operates in the US? Look up the book Confessions of an economic hitman by John Perkins, heres a quick interview with the man himself ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWuAct1BxHU&t

You can walk and chew bubble gum at the same time. It's okay to be furious about the US's history of backing or even orchestrating coups around the world, often to put fascists in power, to further US economic or political interests and also be furious as an American to see your country attacked. Until recently it was okay to criticise your government and hold them to account for their wrongs, at least in the US.

Haha, no worries, i'll step out of your echo chamber so i don't disrupt your predisposed thesis. I can only hope one day everyone can come together and stop feeding this media propagated left/right paradigm split which is just a hierarchical ploy to divide and conquer.

But then again Jorgo could be trying to deflect attention from what's happening today -- which is much more important than what happened in the past.

« Reply #38 on: July 18, 2018, 01:24 »
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Trump comes across as a complete idiot.  I'm sure there's several things mentally wrong with him but the fact that he couldn't walk up and down a few steps, without clinging on to Theresa May, makes me think he has a physical problem as well.  He also talks like he's on drugs, not the ones that make you happy.  I'm surprised he hasn't been impeached yet, surely can't be long now?


According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

And yet other research suggests statins can PREVENT Alzheimer's.


LOL. You are reading the wrong research.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2018, 02:01 by cathyslife »

« Reply #39 on: July 18, 2018, 01:30 »
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According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

This is not true.  There is a small but significant chance of very serious side effects - e.g., neuropathy of various kinds and liver damage - but the incidence is very low and those mainly appear in people who are not like Trump (female, small body size, drinking too much).  Statins actually may protect against Alzheimer's, although the data are not clear on that.  Trump's problems are very unlikely to be due to taking statins - to me it looks much more like the early symptoms of dementia.  Here is a list of early symptoms (https://www.healthline.com/health/dementia/early-warning-signs) - Trump exhibits all of them at various times, most people his age show none of them.  Trump's father had Alzheimer's and his poor diet and lack of exercise increases his risk.  Reagan clearly had symptoms of Alzheimer's by the beginning of his second term and possibly earlier, Trump is showing the same already.


LOL You are so, so very wrong.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2018, 02:00 by cathyslife »

« Reply #40 on: July 18, 2018, 03:02 »
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https://www.nhs.uk/news/neurology/do-statins-reduce-alzheimers-risk/

"The first direct evidence that statins cholesterol-lowering drugs can reduce your risk of developing Alzheimers disease by 79% has been found"

"This is reassuring evidence that makes it very unlikely that taking statins can increase the risk of Alzheimers disease; whether they decrease the risk is a question that requires further research."

You only need to Google "statins Alzheimer's" there's a lot of stuff out there.

derek

    This user is banned.
« Reply #41 on: July 18, 2018, 04:48 »
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Shelma!!  yes thats exactly what he does!  he throws out something, anything and wait for a response a reaction! and then he steams in. Further more he thrives in creating mayhem, loves confusion. Right now when the world is curious as to what was said behind locked doors, hes got every pen-pushing journalist in the world guessing, speculating. He does it on purpose, acting, playing sort of bewildered sometimes.

Nah this guy is not stupid hes got the media the people exactly where he wants it i.e knowing sod all.

« Reply #42 on: July 18, 2018, 05:50 »
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https://www.nhs.uk/news/neurology/do-statins-reduce-alzheimers-risk/

"The first direct evidence that statins cholesterol-lowering drugs can reduce your risk of developing Alzheimers disease by 79% has been found"

"This is reassuring evidence that makes it very unlikely that taking statins can increase the risk of Alzheimers disease; whether they decrease the risk is a question that requires further research."

You only need to Google "statins Alzheimer's" there's a lot of stuff out there.
And you only need to delve in further to know that most research like that is paid for and conducted by the drug companies that make the statins. That university research is paid for by big pHARMa. Go ahead and start taking them...they are such wonder drugs with no side effects! Get back to me when you have brain apoptosis, rhabdomyelysis, kidney disease or diabetes. Or brain fog that turns into alzheimers, or parkinsons. Yeah, you only need to Google statins diabetes  class action suits. You are arguing with the wrong person on this subject. But no matter...as in every other subject, you all are the experts. SMH


You also really need to research how your body uses the cholesterol that your liver makes.  ;)  You found a link that you researched today. I can find links that I have researched since Feb. 2017.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2018, 05:54 by cathyslife »

« Reply #43 on: July 18, 2018, 06:39 »
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According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

This is not true.  There is a small but significant chance of very serious side effects - e.g., neuropathy of various kinds and liver damage - but the incidence is very low and those mainly appear in people who are not like Trump (female, small body size, drinking too much).  Statins actually may protect against Alzheimer's, although the data are not clear on that.  Trump's problems are very unlikely to be due to taking statins - to me it looks much more like the early symptoms of dementia.  Here is a list of early symptoms (https://www.healthline.com/health/dementia/early-warning-signs) - Trump exhibits all of them at various times, most people his age show none of them.  Trump's father had Alzheimer's and his poor diet and lack of exercise increases his risk.  Reagan clearly had symptoms of Alzheimer's by the beginning of his second term and possibly earlier, Trump is showing the same already.


LOL You are so, so very wrong.

Believe what you want, but saying people are wrong and providing no evidence is not very convincing.

« Reply #44 on: July 18, 2018, 06:49 »
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According to his doctor, he is taking statins. That crap messes you up. The brain uses 25% of the cholesterol your liver produces. Statins stop your liver from making cholesterol. Guess what happens to your brain...alzheimers. Guess what happens to your muscles and nerves. Pretty soon you cant walk.

This is not true.  There is a small but significant chance of very serious side effects - e.g., neuropathy of various kinds and liver damage - but the incidence is very low and those mainly appear in people who are not like Trump (female, small body size, drinking too much).  Statins actually may protect against Alzheimer's, although the data are not clear on that.  Trump's problems are very unlikely to be due to taking statins - to me it looks much more like the early symptoms of dementia.  Here is a list of early symptoms (https://www.healthline.com/health/dementia/early-warning-signs) - Trump exhibits all of them at various times, most people his age show none of them.  Trump's father had Alzheimer's and his poor diet and lack of exercise increases his risk.  Reagan clearly had symptoms of Alzheimer's by the beginning of his second term and possibly earlier, Trump is showing the same already.


LOL You are so, so very wrong.

Believe what you want, but saying people are wrong and providing no evidence is not very convincing.


Do your own research. I have, since Feb. 2017. You would argue I was wrong no matter what I showed you. Here are some people to read if you are really interested...Dr. David Diamond, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, Dr. Barbara Roberts, Dr. Stephen Sinatra.


Whatever is wrong with Trump is speculation on both our parts. My guess is just as legit as yours.

namussi

« Reply #45 on: July 18, 2018, 08:30 »
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Do your own research. I have, since Feb. 2017.

You're a photographer AND a research biochemist? WOW!

« Reply #46 on: July 18, 2018, 09:39 »
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Do your own research. I have, since Feb. 2017.

You're a photographer AND a research biochemist? WOW!


LOL you are SOOO funny!

« Reply #47 on: July 18, 2018, 12:48 »
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well this turned sour quickly

« Reply #48 on: July 18, 2018, 13:41 »
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Shelma!!  yes thats exactly what he does!  he throws out something, anything and wait for a response a reaction! and then he steams in. Further more he thrives in creating mayhem, loves confusion. Right now when the world is curious as to what was said behind locked doors, hes got every pen-pushing journalist in the world guessing, speculating. He does it on purpose, acting, playing sort of bewildered sometimes.

Nah this guy is not stupid hes got the media the people exactly where he wants it i.e knowing sod all.


#traitor


We will find out just how stupid/befuddled he is or isnt in short order, unless he is booted outta there. #treason


spacedrone808

  • spacedrone808


« Reply #49 on: July 18, 2018, 13:44 »
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Low-down-crappy-fake politics on microstock forum? Why?


 

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