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ShadySue

« Reply #50 on: July 18, 2018, 14:14 »
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Low-down-crappy-fake politics on microstock forum? Why?
It's Off-topic. Why not?


« Reply #51 on: July 18, 2018, 17:27 »
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Low-down-crappy-fake politics on microstock forum? Why?

Because we live in the real world?

Also some of us do editorial and political stock as well.

Dońt like the thread, just dont follow.

namussi

« Reply #52 on: July 18, 2018, 21:47 »
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Low-down-crappy-fake politics on microstock forum? Why?

The politics may be low down and crappy, but unfortunately it's very real.

« Reply #53 on: July 18, 2018, 22:47 »
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You would argue I was wrong no matter what I showed you.

That's a strange comment from someone who knows nothing about me.  I'll happily agree with you if you show me some convincing support for your opinions.

Do your own research. I have, since Feb. 2017.  Here are some people to read if you are really interested...Dr. David Diamond, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, Dr. Barbara Roberts, Dr. Stephen Sinatra.

Interesting if you call that research.  None of those people has done any research on the effects of statins, they mainly seem to promote diet as the cure and and the current fad of sugar as the main problem.  Certainly diet is important and too much sugar is a problem, but if you actually did any research about studies on diet you would find that they are even more contradictory than the research on statins.
 Diamond is a professor of psychology so is out of his element, the others at least are cardiologists.  You think research paid for by companies that produce statins are a problem, but apparently it doesn't bother you that all of the people you cite above are publicity hounds pushing their own agendas.  Roberts is trying to sell a book where she has to make dramatic statements to make sales, Sinatra seems like more of a huckster than a cardiologist.  It doesn't make you wonder when someone is promoting a book or their own health products?  Diamond is a psychiatrist and I'm not sure about Malhotra.  Those people all are pushing the Mediterranean diet and lower sugar.  Recent studies have shown that people living in the Mediterranean get more exercise and have strong community connections and that those might be more important than diet for heart disease.  If the sum total of your research is looking things up on the internet then you have a long way to go.  I think you are experiencing confirmation bias by finding people who are peddling what you want to buy.

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

Certainly neither of us knows what is wrong with Trump for sure, but he definitely exhibits all of the early signs of dementia as they are listed according to the Mayo Clinic, so my opinion is more than speculation.  If you look at videos of Trump from just a few years ago (which I am not recommending) and compare them to today you can see a marked deterioration - this has been noted by many others besides me.  People who worked on his campaign have also allegedly said he has early dementia.  If I am correct it will become painfully obvious in the future, but I think it is pretty obvious already.  I don't think he is bad enough yet, but at some point Congress should invoke the 25th amendment and demand an independent mental and neurological exam instead of the sham exams by joke doctors we have had previously.

« Reply #54 on: July 19, 2018, 07:14 »
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 :D

« Reply #55 on: July 19, 2018, 07:31 »
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I was in my gym this morning in California with about 15 other middle aged Anericans. I was the only person reading the subtitles on the tv screens showing the Trump / Putin summit.  I just don't  think Anetican people care about the news. Im the only Brit there so I guess its a cultural thing.

Yes, America is paying attention.  In case you didn't know, more of us actually voted for Clinton over Trump.  (Our electoral system let us down yet again.)  Trump's approval ratings are in the toilet, because even some of those who voted for him now realize they were misled. 

Since you brought it up... a majority of the UK voted for Brexit, which seems just as foolish as a Trump vote.  Do most Brits not care about the news, as you're suggesting about the "Aneticans"?

« Reply #56 on: July 19, 2018, 08:40 »
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I was in my gym this morning in California with about 15 other middle aged Anericans. I was the only person reading the subtitles on the tv screens showing the Trump / Putin summit.  I just don't  think Anetican people care about the news. Im the only Brit there so I guess its a cultural thing.

Yes, America is paying attention.  In case you didn't know, more of us actually voted for Clinton over Trump.  (Our electoral system let us down yet again.)  Trump's approval ratings are in the toilet, because even some of those who voted for him now realize they were misled. 

Since you brought it up... a majority of the UK voted for Brexit, which seems just as foolish as a Trump vote.  Do most Brits not care about the news, as you're suggesting about the "Aneticans"?


I agree, Americans are paying attention. Look out Trump. #traitor

fritz

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« Reply #57 on: July 19, 2018, 09:41 »
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« Last Edit: July 20, 2018, 16:07 by fritz »

RAW

« Reply #58 on: July 19, 2018, 12:28 »
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We're going to need a nice warm communal shower after all this is over.

derek

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« Reply #59 on: July 19, 2018, 16:53 »
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I was in my gym this morning in California with about 15 other middle aged Anericans. I was the only person reading the subtitles on the tv screens showing the Trump / Putin summit.  I just don't  think Anetican people care about the news. Im the only Brit there so I guess its a cultural thing.

Yes, America is paying attention.  In case you didn't know, more of us actually voted for Clinton over Trump.  (Our electoral system let us down yet again.)  Trump's approval ratings are in the toilet, because even some of those who voted for him now realize they were misled. 

Since you brought it up... a majority of the UK voted for Brexit, which seems just as foolish as a Trump vote.  Do most Brits not care about the news, as you're suggesting about the "Anetican

wrong thread!

derek

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« Reply #60 on: July 19, 2018, 17:02 »
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Yes there are some true experts here!  and we have Physicians, political journalists, Diplomats and CIA, FBI agents. Then of course we also have simple pimps, ponses and panders of pictures, tinkers and bettlers but hey!  thats a different story!

« Reply #61 on: July 19, 2018, 18:54 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

namussi

« Reply #62 on: July 19, 2018, 20:07 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

Are the crybaby losers the Trump supporters or the Trump opponents?

Or both?

namussi

« Reply #63 on: July 19, 2018, 20:27 »
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We're going to need a nice warm communal shower after all this is over.

Golden?

« Reply #64 on: July 19, 2018, 22:04 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

Like this one?

derek

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« Reply #65 on: July 20, 2018, 01:07 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

The snowflakes came early this year. Fancy that they lost to somebody like Trump!  dont say much for them does it?  sour grapes!  tsk, tsk, tsk! ;D

« Reply #66 on: July 20, 2018, 07:13 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

You can do better than that, put forward your most convincing argument as to why Trumps foreign policy towards East West relations is one we should all get behind.  All I can see at the moment is that he is Putin's puppet or the head of his fan club.

« Reply #67 on: July 20, 2018, 07:16 »
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Crybaby losers (snowflakes) thread.  ;D

You can do better than that, put forward your most convincing argument as to why Trumps foreign policy towards East West relations is one we should all get behind.  All I can see at the moment is that he is Putin's puppet or the head of his fan club.
He hasn't got a policy such things are so out of date in the modern political scene

RAW

« Reply #68 on: July 20, 2018, 07:24 »
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Snowflakes are beautiful.

ShadySue

« Reply #69 on: July 20, 2018, 07:41 »
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Trump is really hot-cold on Putin  :o
Trump says he wouldnt not like Putin to not visit US:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-44895384
« Last Edit: July 20, 2018, 07:43 by ShadySue »

« Reply #70 on: July 20, 2018, 08:16 »
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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.
I don't think that's true either.  My stepfather didn't have many problems until he started taking statins.  They were really bad for him.  He went from playing golf regularly, to struggling to walk short distances.  The doctor insisted it wasn't statins doing it but in the end, he stopped taking them and was much better after about a month.  He never did go back to golf and his mind went a few years later but that might be coincidence.  I've heard that lots of men have had similar problems with statins.  A change of diet is much better for you than experimenting with a drug that can do harm.

« Reply #71 on: July 20, 2018, 11:59 »
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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.
I don't think that's true either.  My stepfather didn't have many problems until he started taking statins.  They were really bad for him.  He went from playing golf regularly, to struggling to walk short distances.  The doctor insisted it wasn't statins doing it but in the end, he stopped taking them and was much better after about a month.  He never did go back to golf and his mind went a few years later but that might be coincidence.  I've heard that lots of men have had similar problems with statins.  A change of diet is much better for you than experimenting with a drug that can do harm.

My mother also had a terrible time on statins. Terrible headaches and feeling "cloudy headed" all the time, bone and joint pain, really unbearable.

Sgoodwin4813 acknowledges the chance of awful side effects, some even similar to alzheimer's. We were talking specifically about actual Alzheimer's though.

ShadySue

« Reply #72 on: July 20, 2018, 12:53 »
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It's not just what's in Putin's pocket which is of interest:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-44906898
"Trump 'secretly recorded discussing payment to Playboy model'"

I think I should buy the film rights to make the Trump biopic.

« Reply #73 on: July 20, 2018, 13:29 »
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I think I should buy the film rights to make the Trump biopic.

Alec Baldwin as Trump? ;D

« Reply #74 on: July 20, 2018, 14:02 »
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It's not just what's in Putin's pocket which is of interest:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-44906898
"Trump 'secretly recorded discussing payment to Playboy model'"

I think I should buy the film rights to make the Trump biopic.
I think the KGB have plenty of material for that already ;-)


 

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