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Rep. Pelosi may need medical intervention
Son of PC Show this Post
10-09-2014, 06:36 AM #1
Son of PC Incognito Anonymous
 
She looks, sounds not so good.

Can't someone talk to her family about this.
10-10-2014, 04:20 AM #2
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Yeah, she's gonna' need some Xanax when November rolls around. I look for her, Reid and cry.gif to get as much respect as irrelevant people deserve.

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10-10-2014, 04:23 AM #3
Octo Mother Superior
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(10-09-2014, 06:36 AM)Son of PC Wrote:  She looks, sounds not so good.

Can't someone talk to her family about this.

Sure! Give me her number and i'LL CALL RIGHT AWAY bob.gif

i'LL EVEN TALK WITH CAPS LOCK ON TO SEEM SERIOUS.
Son of PC Show this Post
10-10-2014, 07:50 AM #4
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(10-10-2014, 04:23 AM)Octo Wrote:  
(10-09-2014, 06:36 AM)Son of PC Wrote:  She looks, sounds not so good.

Can't someone talk to her family about this.

Sure! Give me her number and i'LL CALL RIGHT AWAY bob.gif

i'LL EVEN TALK WITH CAPS LOCK ON TO SEEM SERIOUS.

Statin drugs. With time, turns your brain into pulled pork.
10-10-2014, 11:19 AM #5
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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lol.gif I just read Statins pull cholesterol from the brain, where it's critical in terms of memory and cognitive skills.
That explains a lot.

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Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
10-12-2014, 07:36 AM #6
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(10-10-2014, 11:19 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  lol.gif I just read Statins pull cholesterol from the brain, where it's critical in terms of memory and cognitive skills.
That explains a lot.
Tis true. If you research statin side effects, it'll scare the hell out of you. Causes neuropathy, a shuffling gait, and a bunch of other issues. Virtually all Alzheimer patients have low cholesterol in their brain and have been on statins. The brain needs cholesterol to help keep the sheathing around the nerves healthy in order to function correctly. If the nerve sheath isn't healthy, the electrical impulses so not fire as potently.... much like bad spark plug wires. The leakage is what causes the plaque buildup in their brains.

The body determines it's need for cholesterol, not a numeric value decided by Big Pharma. It is made in the body. High cholesterol is/was an invented disease to sell the statin drugs. Real food and exercise can keep the heart healthy.

They want to put 10 y.o.'s on a maintenance dosage to prevent heart disease in the future. That's BS! Put the kids back outside on bicycles, make daily gym classes mandatory in school. Get their fat butts off the computer and Xboxes and out running around. And... get rid of HFCS's in everything we eat. Get rid of all of the liquid oils for cooking. Bacon fat and butter is better for you than what they try to pass off as healthy.

People really need to do the research on all of this. You'll find I am correct in my rantings. You can start with "statin side effects.

I'm a little over 60 and have never taken any prescription meds. Always have a cup of coffee nearby & I smoke, passed a full length stress test with flying colors 2 years ago, my BMI is a couple of points above center normal and I remember certain things when I was little in a crib and the house I was born in, We moved when I was 9 mos. old. I remember Mom poking my hip with the diaper safety pins. I can still catch 3 quarters one at a time overhand. (1 on the 2nd & 3rd finger tips, 1 on the middle knuckle and 1 on the wrist. Flip them up and catch each one, one at a time overhand without dropping any.) Rather impressive, but it does take practice. Used to get out of fights with that trick. Quick hands made one think twice. Thank God it was mostly a bluff.

I know people a decade younger than me in horrible shape, and on a dozen different drugs that cannot do half the things I can still do. I can still kick ass at badminton. I know, it's just badminton, but still.

I do gobble down coconut oil, DE and other herbs and supplements every morning.
I'm only supporting WM & Vitamin Shoppe at this point, not big pharma.
10-13-2014, 08:50 PM #7
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(10-12-2014, 07:36 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(10-10-2014, 11:19 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  lol.gif I just read Statins pull cholesterol from the brain, where it's critical in terms of memory and cognitive skills.
That explains a lot.
Tis true. If you research statin side effects, it'll scare the hell out of you. Causes neuropathy, a shuffling gait, and a bunch of other issues. Virtually all Alzheimer patients have low cholesterol in their brain and have been on statins. The brain needs cholesterol to help keep the sheathing around the nerves healthy in order to function correctly. If the nerve sheath isn't healthy, the electrical impulses so not fire as potently.... much like bad spark plug wires. The leakage is what causes the plaque buildup in their brains.

The body determines it's need for cholesterol, not a numeric value decided by Big Pharma. It is made in the body. High cholesterol is/was an invented disease to sell the statin drugs. Real food and exercise can keep the heart healthy.

They want to put 10 y.o.'s on a maintenance dosage to prevent heart disease in the future. That's BS! Put the kids back outside on bicycles, make daily gym classes mandatory in school. Get their fat butts off the computer and Xboxes and out running around. And... get rid of HFCS's in everything we eat. Get rid of all of the liquid oils for cooking. Bacon fat and butter is better for you than what they try to pass off as healthy.

People really need to do the research on all of this. You'll find I am correct in my rantings. You can start with "statin side effects.

I'm a little over 60 and have never taken any prescription meds. Always have a cup of coffee nearby & I smoke, passed a full length stress test with flying colors 2 years ago, my BMI is a couple of points above center normal and I remember certain things when I was little in a crib and the house I was born in, We moved when I was 9 mos. old. I remember Mom poking my hip with the diaper safety pins. I can still catch 3 quarters one at a time overhand. (1 on the 2nd & 3rd finger tips, 1 on the middle knuckle and 1 on the wrist. Flip them up and catch each one, one at a time overhand without dropping any.) Rather impressive, but it does take practice. Used to get out of fights with that trick. Quick hands made one think twice. Thank God it was mostly a bluff.

I know people a decade younger than me in horrible shape, and on a dozen different drugs that cannot do half the things I can still do. I can still kick ass at badminton. I know, it's just badminton, but still.

I do gobble down coconut oil, DE and other herbs and supplements every morning.
I'm only supporting WM & Vitamin Shoppe at this point, not big pharma.

She is simply( and I mean to illustrate , simple) a poster girl for cheerleader brain injury. I am in love with a brilliant woman , her mind infinitely deeper than any of my questions could fathom. How than, is this creature relevant. I'm having a hard time describing my revulsion. Let me try.. If I was un- laid for a year, sitting in a country bar , ready to bang the nearest oak tree, and this woman (pelosi$) walked up to me in a pair of daisy dukes and a fistful of coke , I would take two lit cigarets and stick them one in each eye..



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