inside and out.
I won't speak for other countries but America has a really very very big problem with the
way people eat. Sugar is probably the main culprit here. They put sugar in EVERYTHING.
I buy can bean soup and can vegetable soup often, especially in the cold months of the year.
The can soup has a very small amount of sugar in it but still....shouldn't be any sugar in it.
People are not getting the exercise they need. Many jobs are sedentary. On pay days
people go the grocery stores and load up on food and junk food, come home, watch
tv and eat until bed time. They mow their yards with riding mowers. The garden by
sitting down with a comfy pad under their knees.
My street has a fair amount of foot traffic from time to time. I was mowing my yard one
day in the front and a boy about high school age stopped and ask me how I like the reel
mower. Sweat was pouring off me and I laughed. A reel mower is a rotary push mower
with blades. I replied and said 'this one has 5 blades, it cuts the grass like scissors, it's
better for the lawn, it does not use gasoline, it does not use oil, it is good to sharpen the
blades once every a couple of seasons, and it's a sauna on wheels, keeps the blood flowing,
gets the muscles bulging, and works wonders to keep the fat off the axx.
I mowed yesterday and it was really too hot for me to be out there with the reel mower.
I would take short breaks. Come in and cool off, drink some water, etc and go back out
and mow some more.
At first people looked at me like I was crazy. Now they all wave, some times stop and
ask questions. Still, I think I am the only one in this town that mows their yard with a
People getting too lazy and too fat.
wildbillhickok wrote: I generally drink 3 to 5 litters of water daily in summer, when I exercise, to avoid dehydration, a very dangerous condition that can let us confuse and can lead to death... But drinking water in excess can cause loss of electrolytes (overhydration). I cannot explain this in more details because I just superficially heard or read about it on internet.
Nikorj wrote:valerie wrote: So in Denmark, you only use debit cards and online bill pay and perhaps automatic withdrawal for payments?
Even manually withdrawing from a branch is nearly non-existent, Most branches are not even dealing with it anymore.
You can still withdraw from an ATM of course!, But slowly we also experience more stores that don't accept cash at all.
Very few are doing transactions the old way, So we are more and less forced to have a online-net bank (I think it's pretty intentional).
Darkstar2 wrote:valerie wrote: Digital currencies is nothing more than a precursor to evil yet to come.
That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.
I agree 100%, I guess you've been reading Revelations too
As far as precursors to evil, Bitcoin is just a tiny drop in the ocean. One of the biggest precursor to evil is paperless money in all its form, and of course one day when humans will require chip implants.