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  1. I'm going to try to make time to make it tonight.
  2. Our government won't protect us from these harmful chemicals, so we have to protect ourselves. What keeps you up at night? Sick kids, restless pets, the latest tragedy on the evening news, politics, wars, earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, money troubles, job stress, and family health and wellbeing? There is no shortage of concerns that make us all toss and turn. But what keeps the chemical industry up at night? A couple of decades ago a senior Shell executive was asked this very question. The answer? Endocrine disruption. If you can even pronounce "endocrine disruption," you're doing well. What is it? Why should we care? And why is it keeping chemical bigshots up at night? The endocrine system is the system of glands, hormones and hormone targets that is responsible for almost everything our bodies do. Hormones are chemical messengers that control blood sugar, infant and child development, sexual function, growth, energy production and much more. Without them, we would not be ourselves. Hormones are particularly impressive because tiny amounts of them, so small they're difficult even to comprehend, have profound effects on our health and well-being. In the last 30 years, we've learned that synthetic chemicals, widely used in industry and agriculture, can disrupt the way that this finely tuned system works. We call these chemicals-including compounds made from lead, mercury and arsenic, DDT, BPA and phthalates-endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). <snip> https://www.sott.net/article/374728-Silent-killer-chemicals-How-to-reduce-your-exposure-to-hormone-disrupting-chemicals
  3. In 2006, Parker was sentenced to serve up to two years in jail for shooting his roommate in the chest with a sawed-off .22-caliber rifle and stealing money and Christmas gifts from eight other victims. <snip> Kyle A. Parker, 21, of Brownstown Road, Larimer, allegedly cut the woman during a heated argument at his residence at 5 p.m. Jan. 10, police said in an affidavit. <snip> That was 12 years ago.. he's 21. So how could he have a roommate in 06? He would have been 9? Something wrong or am I reading this wrong. Maybe he's just:
  4. My German Shepherd that died last year understood me. When he knew I was under stress. One night I heard something in the back yard. He was excited and knew too. I said: Go to the window and watch! He went straight to the window, stood up and watched where he could see the backyard. (I think it was just a possum or something.) But after that one time, he did it whenever I told him to. I don't know how he knew what I meant for him to do. Another time, there was a giant tree rat in the backyard and he was running around out there with me and my Chi. He grabbed the rat and bit it and threw it down. The rat was screaming in pain and I was freaking out! I looked at him and said: You get over there and finish that thing off RIGHT NOW! He looked at me, walked over to the screaming rat, picked it up in his mouth and crushed its head. How did he know what I wanted him to do? I can't stand seeing anything suffer like that, btw. And I didn't want to have to kill it myself. eww.
  5. 19 days is way too long... but if they all left the country... we'll there's that nasty NDAA thang. lol Unless they were being ALLOWED to leave.
  6. Glp banned my ip

    Definitely very far right leaning over there. No criticism or you are attacked vehemently by a lot of people at once. I hate all politicians whatever party they ascribe to, but I can still manage to point out good if they do it even I don't like them.
  7. How many years have critical thinkers known this with no one telling us, only by using our senses? Why do we know so many things for years that are just now being acknowledged by people with "credentials"?
  8. Oh man, I just found this story I wrote a few years ago. I almost forgot about it, fits this thread perfectly! An Old Dog’s Tale By Cinnamon I've been a witness to procrastination, masturbation, fornication, consternation and trepidation. Oh, and I mustn’t leave out flatulence, lots and lots of flatulence. I might be getting on in age; my muzzle is turning a bit gray and my hearing isn't as good as it used to be. But there's not a thing wrong with my memory or my sense of smell. I've seen happiness, tears, violence, accidents and I watched the next-door neighbor kid steal a bike from our yard a couple of weeks ago. I've heard all the secrets and lies told in this house. It's a shame we dogs can't talk. Or maybe it's a blessing; if we could tell all we know, what a changed world this would be. People would no longer parade around in the nude in front of us and bathroom doors would be kept firmly closed. I saw Johnny biting his toe nails the other day, and Mary picked her nose and put the boogers under the edge of the couch. I have enough dirt on them to make them social outcasts for life. If you've ever wondered why we dogs always seems ecstatic to see you, no matter what rotten name you called us just before you left us home alone all day long, needing to pee halfway through the morning and unable to relieve ourselves; ask yourself this: wouldn't you be delighted to see the person that could keep you from having an embarrassing accident? Though I might prefer one brand of dog food to another, far be it from me to gripe when all I have to do is eat it. I've already got my human out there working like a (pardon the cliché) dog to fill up my bowl. This is an all expense paid life for me. So, why shouldn't I jump around a bit and act happy? If we canines had the power of speech, could we not spin some tales and cause some trouble? What surer way to become obsolete as man's best friend? THE END
  9. Some people are going to do that, but it's wrong and you and I know that. I'm loving all this other shit they're getting thrown at them, but @Therin: Our ultimate prize, mine and yours will be when we see the pedos in shackles.
  10. You can't tell the difference in a joke and reality and attack my character. Feel good about yourself now?
  11. It would also be one way to stop making everyone so damn dumb here in this state.
  12. The flu season in the U.S. is getting worse. Health officials last week said flu was blanketing the country but they thought there was a good chance the season was already peaking. But the newest numbers out Friday show it grew even more intense. "This is a season that has a lot more steam than we thought," said Dr. Dan Jernigan of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One measure of the season is how many doctor or hospital visits are because of a high fever, cough and other flu symptoms. Thirty-two states reported high patient traffic last week, up from 26 the previous week. Overall, it was the busiest week for flu symptoms in nine years. <snip> https://www.sott.net/category/7
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