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What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2286

Tue May 23, 2017 04:00 in General Talk

kwimy wrote: Gorefest- River - YouTube

Phlebotomized - Dubbed Forswearer - YouTube

Very cool.

Gorefest i do know very well, But had all forgotten about Phlebotomized, Heard some of their tracks way back in highschool :thumbup:

JIndel Mahal Won WWE Champion. Jobber became WWE » Post #12

Mon May 22, 2017 11:25 in General Talk

charez wrote: K1 :D

Brutal ;)

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2281

Mon May 22, 2017 11:11 in General Talk

JIndel Mahal Won WWE Champion. Jobber became WWE » Post #8

Mon May 22, 2017 11:02 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: WWA sucks also...just my opinion :lol: ,I'll rather watch real fights but NO MMA that is just ridiculous.

Real Kickboxing and Muay Thai.....

So what you're basically saying is : I'm not into beefcake-women :lol:

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2278

Mon May 22, 2017 08:19 in General Talk

Beefcakepoop wrote: Another one

Slayer - Black Magic

Very good, Finally some decent music in this thread :thumbup:

How about.

Sepultura - Arise [OFFICIAL VIDEO] - YouTube

Man, Looking forward to Copenhell next month.

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2275

Mon May 22, 2017 04:46 in General Talk

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #2274

Mon May 22, 2017 04:45 in General Talk

Beefcakepoop wrote: Sabaton - The Last Stand

I love this song 8-)

Cool :thumbup:

JIndel Mahal Won WWE Champion. Jobber became WWE » Post #6

Mon May 22, 2017 04:42 in General Talk

You're right Marcel.

I'll prefer WWA anytime over WWE.

Boxing and UFC are not for real men like us :D

JIndel Mahal Won WWE Champion. Jobber became WWE » Post #4

Mon May 22, 2017 02:48 in General Talk

FluffyBug wrote:
sweetpie3000 wrote: Holy crap Jindel Mahal the First India WWE Champion!!

This person keep losing every match. Now he won the champion!!

He won the champion?

I would prefer to win the championship belt, Far easier to carry than a 20 stone man!!!

They ran out of trophies :D

which is your favourite snack? » Post #21

Wed May 17, 2017 13:27 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Well at least no one can say,that I said it...thanks guys :lol:

Grass ???

You're so healthy Marcel :D

well some weeds are edible too guys,lets not forget those,only cows eat grass,moooooooo :D

Indeed it is Pindo, It goes well with pancakes.

Not that i've ever tried that, OF COURSE!!! ;)

which is your favourite snack? » Post #19

Wed May 17, 2017 12:12 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote: Well at least no one can say,that I said it...thanks guys :lol:

Grass ???

You're so healthy Marcel :D

Very sad and bad news today » Post #17

Wed May 17, 2017 09:30 in General Talk

pindokhan123 wrote: i dont know why humans would harm any animal,,its not exactly that they are up against it or competing against it!

any person harming,killing ,abusing or even hating animals has a heart of steel,,,no remorse,no emotion and above all no consideration for any kind for life!
these people should be burnt at the stake...

i remember when i was young,a friend of ours gave us an alsation puppy,it stayed with us for about a year,named it sheeba,was a long haired alsation,beautiful she was,so cute,anywayz one day i returned from school,sheeba had gone,i asked my mum where she was she said she didnt know,i knew she was lying,she was never a lover of animals,it just that me and my bros and sisters insisted on having her that she eventually let in...anyway later i found out my uncle conspired with my mum and they took the alsation in the car and drove somewhere far and left her :cry:

i just hoped someone would find her and take her in,i was too young to do anything,all i could do was cry.

anywayz cut along story short,if you dont like animals you are in humane :!:

It also depends on culture, Pindo

Here in Copenhagen a lot of people from other countries are absolutely terrified of dogs, Mostly it's people from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran etc, which most likely don't have the same pet culture where they come from.

I've seen it many times, Some of them starts running like crazy when they see a dog ;)

which is your favourite snack? » Post #10

Wed May 17, 2017 05:27 in General Talk

Marcel-R6 wrote:
dutch1898 wrote: My favorite snack is the Dutch salt herring. "Zoute haring" with a bit of chopped onion. :thumbup:

What No smoked eel? :lol:

Oh I do have a favorite snack,but I'm not allowed to post it here.

Clues please :D

which is your favourite snack? » Post #8

Wed May 17, 2017 04:29 in General Talk

Turkisk pepper's (Hard candy).

Pirato's (Salt liquorice).

Guiness with whipped cream.

Apple pie with whipped cream.

Would you vote the rock for president? » Post #3

Mon May 15, 2017 11:35 in General Talk

:lol: :lol:

Reminds me of the movie Idiocracy where the american president is a former wrestling champ.

And Starbucks?, Well it's not about coffee anymore :mrgreen:

beyond science » Post #21

Mon May 15, 2017 08:48 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: There may be a language barrier here, I was joking...just flipping the expectation of who (patient/carer) would suffer the indignity.

Or maybe there wasn't a language barrier. It's 11:20am and I haven't been to bed yet, maybe I'm just overtired and it just wasn't funny.

You got me there.

Good old brittish sarcasm :D

beyond science » Post #9

Mon May 15, 2017 05:42 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: Its bad medical practice,when a patient gets a stroke or a Cardiac arrest CPR is carried out as per ACLS protocol,medical science says that efforts should be made to revive a person for 30 min,there have been cases where a patient has come back afer 20-30min ,when a patient gets an attack the heart stops pumping blood,if blood circulation stops in the brain,brain cells start dying and a person cannot be revived,CPR is carried out try and get back blood circulation in the brain,mostly doctors see a patient has developed asystole and declare the patient dead which is not correct,family members see the body lifless and think its all over but you can ask the doctor to try again which he cannot refuse there is always a chance a patient can be bought back

Yes, But if the brain goes to long without oxygen it will cause severe brain damage.

20 min is a very long time, And will almost certainly cause very serious damage to your brain, So is it worth it :?:

Yes. It's definitely worth it.

If I am ever in a vegetative state, I definitely want somebody to face the indignity of having to look after me. I don't really care who, but if I have a choice between dying, and being in a vegetative state, I don't see why anybody else should be having a good time either.

Really?

in my opinion 20 min is to long, Most people will never be brought back after so long, And if they do they're nearly braindead.

If i had a normal life, I wouldn't wish this state for myself, But again it all depends on the handicap that follows, But a vegetable? No thank's.

beyond science » Post #6

Mon May 15, 2017 04:46 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote: Its bad medical practice,when a patient gets a stroke or a Cardiac arrest CPR is carried out as per ACLS protocol,medical science says that efforts should be made to revive a person for 30 min,there have been cases where a patient has come back afer 20-30min ,when a patient gets an attack the heart stops pumping blood,if blood circulation stops in the brain,brain cells start dying and a person cannot be revived,CPR is carried out try and get back blood circulation in the brain,mostly doctors see a patient has developed asystole and declare the patient dead which is not correct,family members see the body lifless and think its all over but you can ask the doctor to try again which he cannot refuse there is always a chance a patient can be bought back

Yes, But if the brain goes to long without oxygen it will cause severe brain damage.

20 min is a very long time, And will almost certainly cause very serious damage to your brain, So is it worth it :?:

Ransomware attack » Post #21

Mon May 15, 2017 04:21 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
hlrive wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Thank's Bouldrake.

Windows 7 fully updated

Windows 10 fully updated (Now with anniversary edition) took 0nly 3 hours with windows update :mrgreen:

Yeah mine took hours so I had to lose hours of online work. Sort of ticked me off, but at least it got updated, just told my daughter to leave her computer going all day and night today so it will update. She said it hasn't done it yet. And we have windows 10

In Windows , you can choose to upgrade yourself when it suits , no need to wait for the Widows update itself.

I upgraded manually and it only took 6 minutes for me.

Also upgrade the antivirus software manually , it's done quickly.

True, You can use Microsoft's windows installers from their website, Did that, back when windows 7's update system wer'e broken.

Actually i wasn't even aware that the anniversary edition on windows 10 were downloading, Heard some bad things about it, But it seems to work fine.

Changed some settings in the Group policy editor so updates won't download again. without my consent, Also updated my antivirus program, But thank's Zegon.

Ransomware attack » Post #10

Sun May 14, 2017 10:19 in General Talk

Thank's Bouldrake.

Windows 7 fully updated

Windows 10 fully updated (Now with anniversary edition) took 0nly 3 hours with windows update :mrgreen:
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