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All this just since yesterday......tasman1 » Post #5

Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:49 in General Talk

In the USA there is some places that do catch and release on cats.

Dogs do not survive very well if at all, alone. However, cats do a
good job of surviving because they catch and eat bugs, frogs, birds,
rabbits, squirrels, etc. Cats are stealth hunters.

So what some humane shelters do is have the cat 'fixed' so it can't
reproduce. Then they simply let it go.

I have 3 children and at my third, I had my tubes tied. Three is
a nice size amount of children. From those, I have 5 grand children.
From those, I have 1 great grand child.

The point I am bringing out is that, it's not just about having children
or cats breeding. It's about how many 'spawn' down the line. So
of course, thousands can spawn due to two cats/two people. And
THAT is the problem.

I think they need to put birth control in the water. :lol:

All this just since yesterday......tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Jul 15, 2019 09:40 in General Talk

My sister has a good idea.

She said people should stop having children and adopt pets.

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #13

Sun Jul 14, 2019 22:50 in General Talk

I think tubitv is on my Roku but I have not really looked at it. I'll have to check it out.

Thanks for the info.

India’s mini Switzerland ,Khajjiar,...tasman1 » Post #7

Sun Jul 14, 2019 00:30 in General Talk

Better off not going.

Fall from cruise ship, shark eat you.

Plane fall from sky, shark eat you.

Walk on beach, tide come in, shark eat you.

Drive car, crash off bridge, shark eat you.

Stay home and do surveys. That way you won't be ate by shark.

Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #29

Wed Jul 10, 2019 16:15 in General Talk

I don't know what the topic is any more.

I thought it was food.

Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #27

Wed Jul 10, 2019 14:14 in General Talk

Well for heavens sake! haha!

What do you think 'crocin' is? It's a chemical. A chemical derived from plants. It's an antioxidant.

How long was the life spam of people years ago before medical advancement?

Did I say 'spam'? haha! I am hungry. :lol:

People married at puberty because they knew they'd be lucky to see age 30. If a plague didn't
get you, the common cold would. Of course, you were lucky if you lived after birth and fortunate
if your mother lived giving birth to you.

Water is wonderful. We all need it. There are certainly people that abuse drugs and we all know
that too. However water is not a cure all and it never has been.

Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #20

Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:58 in General Talk

Allow me to clear a little something up on this topic.

I worked in health care most my life and in a hospital for 8 years.

1. Water: Water is certainly great for the body. We all know man cannot live on bread alone. In fact, without water, a person will die in 3 or 4 days. Water is NOT a cure all nor a substitute for disease. Many disease are genetic, inherited, within our DNA. We should all know that water is dangerous if consumed heavily....like drowning....that is rare but not unknown.

2. Pharmaceuticals: Many drugs are the same except for the potency, manufacturer, name and PRICE. So in many countries NOT just India, one drug may be substituted for another drug that is actually the same, close to the same, different manufacturer, and different PRICE. So in India, when you talk about drugs such as Aspirin being banned, what you are more than likely talking about is price, potency, name, and drug comparisons. I don't know why it would be 'banned' as in 'illegal' to have it. For example a depression drug 'Prozac' may be sold with the name 'Fluoxitine' (may not spelled correctly) and many similar such as 'Zoloft' and many more. Some drugs such as aspirin are very often confused by people as the same as Aleve, and other over the counter popular pain meds. I strongly suspect that a form of aspirin is sold in India but under a name other than 'Aspirin'.

3. Steve Jobs: Perfect example. This man ignored medical advice until it was too late. It is said he would have lived or at least lived much longer had he taken the medical advice. Instead, he went with more 'natural' ideas such as herbs. The reason why people LIVE LONGER today is due to medical advancement in knowledge and medicine. If you are diabetic, have cancer, or anything else wrong with you, you best do what your health care professional tells you and prescribes for you. A doctor in the USA is not going to tell you to take this drug for diabetes, he is going to tell you what types of foods to avoid, what types of foods to eat, what type of exercise to do and how often, etc.

4. Excess: Yep, doing too much of most anything is too much. Plain and simple. Everything from exercising too much to eating too much. Rarely, but even water can be too much if taken in excess. A good rule of thumb is to drink water when you are thirsty and NOT sugary drinks.

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Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:10 in Payment Proofs

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Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #15

Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:46 in General Talk

Like the world, the body is made up primarily of water. Water is a hydrator and a cleanser,
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. :lol:

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
reel mower.

People getting too lazy and too fat.

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #11

Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:29 in General Talk

Early on when Netflix first launched, I really liked it. I did the 3 dvd's out at a time.
That was back before rental dvd stores began closing. Mostly I would choose the dvd
to catch the newly released movies. After some years I went to the one dvd out at a
time. Finally I stopped the dvd's completely. There's really not much on Netflix that
I care to watch. I like a few of the crime documentaries when they have them. A
movie or two now and then. A couple of series. However, for the most part, I don't
subscribe to it all year long.

For me, Amazon is the best bet and I guess that is why Amazon is so popular with
the prime membership. Free ship, Movies and TV programs, Cloud for photos, etc.

Also it seems to me that Amazon has more of a selection of what I like to watch.
Netflix seems more geared to the teenage and very young adult crowd and they
don't have many old movies or classics.

I can always find something on Amazon to watch.

Yep, people started canceling their satellite and/or tv cable. Now it's become so
crazy with many separate fees for channels that some would be better off sticking
with cable.

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #9

Tue Jul 09, 2019 09:50 in General Talk

He absolutely did say it. Maybe not exact word for word that I posted but yes he did.

I know I did not catch the entire talk but I caught it when the news guy was asking him
about dvd mailers. I think he replied that they had no intention of discontinuing it. From
there went on to talk about rising prices of their subscriptions. From there some of his
final words was 'We're not a charity' and something like 'there is basic tv.

Do a search, you actually might find it, maybe someone posted it on youtube. This
was probably around two years ago.

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #7

Mon Jul 08, 2019 22:46 in General Talk

I watched something awhile back on tv news talk show that had the owner/ceo/president/bigshot
whomever, of Netflix. He made a comment that I didn't like and I thought he was full of himself
and a big fat snoot. :lol: He was ask about rising prices and such and he said something like
'Netflix isn't a Charity Corporation, we have to make money and if people cannot afford our low
price they will have to stick with basic tv'. Ole fat rich snoot. :mrgreen:

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #4

Mon Jul 08, 2019 19:26 in General Talk

Oh I know, I know. I guess it has always been the way of the world.
Prices have been going up since the dawn of the ages and quality often goes down.

I think back in the 40's, 50's, especially, people were very proud to have a job in the USA.
Coming out of a depression and the war. People were proud and happy. They made products
with care and quality parts. Manufacturing was every where in the USA. Come the 70's and
you were a young man fresh out of high school or even older, you could head to Alaska and
make good money on the pipeline.

Now, cash and coins will be a thing of the past before long every where. I hope I am dead
or with my maker before the big balloon burst. I feel sorry for everybody that has to go thru
that.

Life is hard but we have to do the best we can and focus on the good and not allow ourselves
to be disrupted by the bad....if we can help it.

Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #10

Mon Jul 08, 2019 07:47 in General Talk

What do you think glucose is?

It is sugar. When a person is getting glucose, they are not getting water, they are getting syrup.

Netflix is losing ground ! » Post #2

Mon Jul 08, 2019 00:27 in General Talk

Yep, I cancel Netflix often. I plan on canceling it again at the end of this month.
They keep your info so subscribing again is nothing more than paying again.

For me, Amazon is enough.

I have Roku and they keep downloading channels but only a very few do I watch.
Yep, I have tried removing them but they just come back again. So, in a way,
Roku isn't good like it was in the beginning either.

This is big ha ha haha ha haha..tasman1 » Post #20

Mon Jul 08, 2019 00:22 in General Talk

There sure is a lot of buying going on, that I do know from experience.

This is big ha ha haha ha haha..tasman1 » Post #18

Sun Jul 07, 2019 19:12 in General Talk

Too much population, don't ya think?

Places to live in New York are expensive but when we say New York in the USA we
are referring to the New York, New York. Primarily the big city and near surrounding
area. I would guess that houses in New York State, is much much lower priced.

If people would stop buying, people would either stop selling and stop selling at
such an extravagant price.

I became interested in a program 'Alone'. Netflix has two seasons of it but not
any more. They drop people off alone on Vancouver Island. So beautiful.

Excess always dangerous- But not water if you are » Post #6

Sun Jul 07, 2019 18:56 in General Talk

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.

hyponatremia

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Sun Jul 07, 2019 16:34 in Payment Proofs

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This is big ha ha haha ha haha..tasman1 » Post #16

Sun Jul 07, 2019 16:13 in General Talk

Well. Canada sure looks like a beautiful place to live but perhaps that is all. :o
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