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"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #27

Sat Jun 20, 2020 22:06 in General Talk

I think Trump knows what he is doing.

Yes, I think he wants a second term.

I don't think he would be campaigning and holding rallies every where if he did
not want to win.

He also probably knows that sleepy Biden is a snore and whoever Biden chooses
for the vice presidency will be worse than a snore.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #25

Sat Jun 20, 2020 13:57 in General Talk

That is what people liked about Trump.

NOT that they liked his morals or his greed or his values, or even if he had a heart.

They liked that he said he would do such and such and he did in fact do as much as
he could.

Everyone is not going to agree to everything, no matter who is in the running. Truly
tho most presidents don't even attempt to do what they said they would while campaigning.

This world is so difficult and crazy.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #23

Sat Jun 20, 2020 10:33 in General Talk

I dunno. People are greedy and more so today than ever before.

Personally, I think people were greedy in the early days too. Maybe they had
more morals, more values, cared about people more, and had a heart.

Today, it's mostly about money. I don't think they even care about recognition
or what people think of them as long as they get the MONEY MONEY MONEY!

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #20

Sat Jun 20, 2020 09:16 in General Talk

Like I said, it is strongly debated.

BUT when it comes to our founding fathers, it is extremely difficult to change the
game plan. And rightfully so.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #18

Sat Jun 20, 2020 06:50 in General Talk

That's a big debatable question.

It's kind of funny too because Trump was against the electoral vote (when he was running)
but that was the decisive factor to him winning.

Some people want to keep it and some people think it should be thrown out.

Buy Pulse Oximeter » Post #10

Sat Jun 20, 2020 06:46 in General Talk

Only if you buy for me a round trip ticket. USA to Australia and back.

On second thought, NO, I am afraid of Tasmanian Devils.....I hear they will steal my bananas!

Buy Pulse Oximeter » Post #8

Fri Jun 19, 2020 21:26 in General Talk

Oh don't be ridiculous Darkstar2. There are many devices that people can use
at home as an aid. Of course if one is sick, they are going to the doctor or the
hospital. It's like you are saying don't use a cpap machine, don't use a blood
pressure machine, don't use oxygen at home, etc etc etc. There's nothing bad
about using a pulse oximeter.

No I don't smoke.

Well, I am not an athlete, that's for sure. But I do work probably harder than
most women my age.

This is a little bit of what I did yesterday and today:

-Went to lumber company. Purchased treated lumber. Had them cut 5 at 4 foot each. Box of 2 1/2 inch deck screws.
-Mowed the lawn
-Weed Eated around shrubs, flowers, trees, along driveway, etc.
-Removed 7 planks from the deck steps. I have 3 more to remove tomorrow. These
are pretty tough to remove due to 3 inch screws that are sunk.
-Repairing some deck stair strings with wood filler.
-Gone to Walmart for small can of exterior paint, caulking, etc
-Washed my suv with power washer. Washed with soap by hand. Waxed front and back. Cleaned out inside.
-Trimmed Bo's nails.
-And I could go on about meals, house cleaning, washing clothes, showers, and so on.

Oh yeah, I picked up my high bp med today too.

My motto is, do what you can do yourself.

Tomorrow, I am going to remove the other 3 planks, do some more wood filling, and start on
placing the new treated wood. In between heat breaks, I'll do some caulking around a couple
of windows. I have some sanding to do at an outside threshold door.

I'm not one to do nothing.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #15

Fri Jun 19, 2020 15:29 in General Talk

Don't be silly tasman1. We all know why you don't vote.

You always leave a trail of banana peelings.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #13

Fri Jun 19, 2020 13:52 in General Talk

Well, if one wanted to get down to the nitty gritty, Hillary actually won.

Hillary won the popular vote. She would have in fact been president.

Trump lost the popular vote and won the electoral vote. He is only the
5th USA president to lose the popular vote and win by electoral.

If we didn't have the electoral college, Hillary would in fact be our president.

Buy Pulse Oximeter » Post #4

Fri Jun 19, 2020 13:44 in General Talk

I think the devices are pretty good as long as you have a good brand.

Well of course, I think common sense would tell anyone not to rely on one tiny
device to determine their well being. Just like taking your blood pressure at home,
you don't rely on that totally. Those are aids to relay to your doctor the results you
have been getting.

I actually like these little devices for pulse output more than the oxygen output.
My heart beats too fast some times.

Buy Pulse Oximeter » Post #2

Fri Jun 19, 2020 08:48 in General Talk

I have several of these.

They're rather cheap but work very well. I do suggest buying a good brand.

Generally they take 2 size AAA batteries that last a very long time.

My suggestion is to use in a resting state. In other words, when you are sitting
and relaxed. Insert your index finger. It will relay your heart rate too. I like to
do a little comparison and switch from right index finger to left index finger to
see if it displays the should display at least closely the same.

My oxygen level generally runs around 94. My heart rate in resting state around 68.

Great day » Post #19

Fri Jun 19, 2020 07:03 in Success Stories

No they won't ban you.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #5

Thu Jun 18, 2020 21:21 in General Talk

There is only one major thing that will make a difference in the election.
That is who Biden chooses for his vice presidency.

I have some good and some bad news..... » Post #6

Thu Jun 18, 2020 21:16 in General Talk

iamhell123 wrote: How did you developed your remote viewing? How did you start developing your paranormal abilities?
Thanks for the info :)

He's from the dark star and is all knowing.

Great day » Post #17

Thu Jun 18, 2020 21:13 in Success Stories

Thank you.

Great day » Post #15

Thu Jun 18, 2020 15:38 in Success Stories

@tasman1wannabe change your avatar please and if you don't, I will report it to admin.

It's really not right at all to take someones user name the way you did as it truly is a
display of self loathing. I'm not sure why anyone would want to put their self down
like that.

So now you have taken the avatar that truly has been unique to said other member
for years.

I hope you are not contemplating taking over his account too!

Change the avatar!

Thank you.

Great day » Post #14

Thu Jun 18, 2020 15:35 in Success Stories

tasman1 wrote: you can not have my avatar , what is wrong with you , firs my name , now avatar , next my account here ????

I will say there is a very strong lack of originality.

That's to say the least.

Great day » Post #12

Thu Jun 18, 2020 12:23 in Success Stories

I think Tasmanian's are expanding. Can't tell them apart but you can wave
a banana at them or a survey, and they'll be peaceful.

War is going to Happen » Post #29

Thu Jun 18, 2020 12:21 in General Talk

If you can't have a respectful intelligent adult conversation without cussing, name
calling, abusive language, then the topic will be locked and warnings will be sent.

"The Room Where It Happened" » Post #2

Thu Jun 18, 2020 12:08 in General Talk

Probably not.
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