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New Movies » Post #15

Sun Apr 09, 2017 11:01 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: i remember the twilight zones in black and white,,,pretty good stuff for the time..........timeless they were :D

here similiar stuff is t'tales of the unexpected' and 'hammer house of horror'? heard of these?

Hmmmm I don't think I have heard of those. I'll have to look them up.

what have you spent your clixsense earnings on? » Post #28

Sun Apr 09, 2017 10:57 in General Talk

Cats can live a long time, especially indoor house cats.

My old cat is buried on my property and has a nice plot. I have one of those concrete cats with wings
at his grave and I planted a pink rose bush beside the head of his grave. The roses are real pretty.
They are tiny pink roses and only bloom in the early Summer for a short period of time.

He lived to be 17 years old. I guess he would have lived longer if he had not got cancer. He had jaw
cancer and I had to put him down.

His name was 'Mr Blue' and I had several websites that contained his name in the domain, for years.

It's been many years ago my aunt and I went to yard sales after getting off work one morning. Neither
of us will ever forget it. We went to a very crowded garage sale and as we were walking around in the
garage, something very large brushed against our legs several times. We thought it was a big poodle.
It was black and gray color fur all tightly curled just like a poodle. We walked up to the owner to pay
for some items and I said 'You have a really cute dog', just making polite conversation. She replied
back with a laugh and said 'It's my cat'. My aunt and I both gave sort of a shocked glance at each
other and the lady said, 'just a minute'. She came back with the cat. It was HUGE! The cat was
something like 23 years old and weighed something like 38 pounds. She told us it had been in the
Guiness World Book of Records.

So if you ever see a big old black poodle looking cat from Kentucky in the old World Book of Records,
that is it.

this is weird .. » Post #11

Sun Apr 09, 2017 08:29 in General Talk

I rarely see commercials about booze.

A lot of the commercials are focused on health. Many pharmaceutical commercials.
It's a hodge podge of most everything. Department store commercials, automobiles,
tech, new movie, etc etc etc and on and on and on and on.

PS. We don't have gambling commercials on tv but rarely and most of what there is
is to play the state lottery or to visit a casino river boat.

New Movies » Post #11

Sun Apr 09, 2017 08:20 in General Talk

Yeah, 'Black Mirror' is a series but not a soap opera. Every episode is individual with a
totally different story and different actors. For example 'Twilight Zone'.

New Movies » Post #5

Sat Apr 08, 2017 22:40 in General Talk

The one I watched tonight is 'Life'. Sci-Fi-Fy flick.i

WIN CLIXGRID.... :D » Post #16

Sat Apr 08, 2017 17:57 in Success Stories

all caps not allowed

New Movies » Post #3

Sat Apr 08, 2017 16:51 in General Talk

If it's a new movie just out with Tom Cruise, no have not seen it. I'll have to look that one up.
May be a trailer on youtube.

healthy world » Post #30

Sat Apr 08, 2017 16:49 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: Because of improved matters of communication we now hear much
more about diseases then even only 100 years ago. I consider
myself lucky that the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables
can reach the store shelves so much faster due to today's transportations.
Give it a few more years and SKYWAY will improve that a thousand fold.

That is extremely true and a point I made in regards to living in areas in which only certain crops grow
if any at all. People relied on what they had.

I always envy those people that live in tropical areas that have a large variety of fruits year round.

New Movies » Post #1

Sat Apr 08, 2017 16:01 in General Talk

Kong Island of the Skulls

I really liked that movie, watched it last night. Not an amazing movie, just a fun adventurous movie
set at the end of the Nam war era. Yep, a 'King Kong' sequel, you could say.

Chinese Man marriage Robot Girlfriend » Post #8

Sat Apr 08, 2017 15:43 in General Talk

If he gets mad at her, he could put her in the shower.

I am New of this PTC site. » Post #2

Sat Apr 08, 2017 15:41 in Your Stats

This is the STATS sub forum. You have not posted any Stats.

this is weird .. » Post #3

Sat Apr 08, 2017 13:57 in General Talk

I like ads. I've always liked them. Even as a kid I liked them.

Ads make the world go round.

I don't like an over abundant amount of ads and I think that has gotten to be an issue online
as well as offline.

I think that has been one big downfall in the USA in regards to television. They use to show
one commercial that lasted at the most 30 to 60 seconds and then back to the 30 minute
program and then maybe one more towards the end.

Now they want to show ten commercials that last longer than the program. That is a big
part of the reason tv is losing it's subscribers.

Chinese Man marriage Robot Girlfriend » Post #3

Sat Apr 08, 2017 11:03 in General Talk

Oh geesh, who would want that. He will be divorced in no time.

healthy world » Post #26

Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:58 in General Talk

Cancer has always been with humans. Always.

There are some forms of cancer that may be more prevalent today that a long time ago.

There is little record of health conditions from hundreds to thousands of years ago.

It is very well known and documented that people in some parts of the world appear to be more
susceptible to some forms of cancer vs another. Even better documented is the facts that people
in some parts of the world are less susceptible to cancer vs another part of the world.

According to what little they have found and studied, such as mummies, people even in Egyptian
times were known to have cancer.

Anything 'un natural' that we do to ourselves and/or put into our bodies, could trigger cancer.

As people age, they become weaker and more susceptible to disease. Unfortunate for people
of yesteryear, they did not live as long as we do today. Therefore it is impossible to say what
cancers they may have become afflicted with since they did not live long enough.

There is no way that you or anyone can prove that cancer is more prevalent today than years
ago.

I worked in health care all my life. I have seen many people with various forms of cancer and
no 'modernization' proof of their cancer.

healthy world » Post #22

Sat Apr 08, 2017 09:46 in General Talk

That's not true.

healthy world » Post #15

Fri Apr 07, 2017 17:31 in General Talk

My oldest daughter had breast cancer at a very early age, early 20's.

She had a mastectomy at Vanderbilt hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.

Since she was so young, they wanted to study/research her, so to speak.

What they discovered was she had two recessive genes on a particular strand. I don't recall
all the terminology. They said was common for people to have one recessive gene on that
strand but far less common to have two. She received one of the recessive genes from her
father and one from her mother, me. There was a lot more but this was a major thing they
looked at as a potential.

So now ask me the question. If I could have obliterated that recessive gene from my dna,
would I have done it? My answer would of course be YES.

It's always easy for someone not in the pool of things to say nay but when it hits home, the
answer often changes to yay.

healthy world » Post #11

Fri Apr 07, 2017 15:05 in General Talk

Actually, it's mostly about genetics and mutations along with the human susceptibility to any particular
disease.

You and I could live in the exact same environment, today or any time in history. We could eat the
same foods, live in the same house, do everything exactly the same. One of us might get lung cancer
and the other not, even though neither of us ever smoked and was never exposed to smoke.

Frankenstein, was more on target. :lol:

In other words, Science has focused on curing and obliterating disease and they have did a good
job of it in some aspects. However, they have not focused, until recently, the study of genetics
and DNA susceptibility along with the inability to change mutations on the strands.

Now that we know most of what happens to us (disease wise) is based on our DNA and susceptibility,
we have to discover how we can change our own DNA.

THAT is exactly where the CONFLICT comes in.

healthy world » Post #9

Fri Apr 07, 2017 12:45 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote:
valerie wrote: Not true.

All that you mentioned has always existed. Cancer, Diabetes, etc. It's always existed.

it is true that these diseases existed I meant that the number was comparatively less than that of today .in old times these diseases were rare but now these diseases are spreading like fire if we take a particular family any where in the world at least one would have it which is an impact of modernization

No they were not rare. They were very rampant.

In addition, much research has been done in cancer and many lives have been saved today
due to new research and meds.

It has also been stated and many researchers agree, that cancer is mostly hereditary.

healthy world » Post #6

Fri Apr 07, 2017 11:29 in General Talk

Not true.

All that you mentioned has always existed. Cancer, Diabetes, etc. It's always existed.

healthy world » Post #4

Fri Apr 07, 2017 09:54 in General Talk

Yeah, people are healthier today and they do live longer in general then in years past.

They did not have Trade way back then. Even when Trade started by ships, much of the food was rotten
or tainted by rats by the time it got where it was going.

Using the States as an example, Florida may have fruits such as oranges but New York did not have oranges.
So before there was Trade or Shipments of any kind, people were destined to eat only what they could harvest
in their area.

I believe this is also why 'meat' became a large source of food. If you lived in cold climates about the
only source of food you had was 'meat' and/or 'fish'.

People did not have a balance of vitamins and nutritions to prevent or fight off diseases and sickness.

Of course, medicine/doctors were not about much back in the dark ages, either.
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