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[email protected] 16-08-2006 01:36 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 

chico chupacabra wrote:
wrote:


chico chupacabra wrote:
wrote:


chico chupacabra wrote:
wrote:
chico chupacabra wrote:

retardedly wrote:



pearl wrote:


"Leif Erikson" wrote in message
hlink.net...

pearl wrote:


[..]

When people already have diseases, asshole, "prevention" is a bit
****ing late. Your ****ing prevention also does nothing for
hereditary conditions.


Untrue


Explain how the **** you would preventatively treat someone with a
genetic heart defect? With familial hypercholesterolemia? With Type I
diabetes? Sickle cell anemia? Down's syndrome? Tay Sachs?

Come on, let's hear it. Researchers are working their asses off and you
hold the ****ing secret.


Well of course if your genetic heart defect is so serious that for
example your malformed heart doesn't beat well enough to survive past
infancy, your claim that effing prevention does nothing or hereditary
conditions is right on the money.

However, if your genetic defect is such that your family has a higher
incidence of heart disease than normal, there is a lot you probably do.
Likely you'll be more careful with things that are correlated with
heart disease, and more careful to get the proper diet and exercise.
Copper supplements might be appropriate, and tinctures of what is that
root called again -- aspirin. A little bit of alcohol every day
perhaps but not too much.

I'm afraid I know nothing about hypercholesterolemia, but I could point
out the obvious that if cholesterol is a problem you should monitor
your cholesterol intake and see what works (down to zero) more than
someone without hypercholesterolemia.

If diabetes is common in your family, you might be more likely to avoid
refined sugars even before it's diagnosed. Perhaps you'd try
supplements of chromium and vanadium, if you don't mind having
expensive urine.

I guess with Down's syndrome prevention is perhaps not possible, and
I'm too late for work to google Tay Sachs.

Sorry, no research secrets here, only contrarian BS.


Scented Nectar 16-08-2006 03:29 PM

Cyber-worlds?
 
pearl wrote:
"Scented Nectar" wrote in message oups.com...

cheeko chipmonk wrote:
And this isn't chatting, dummy.


Why do you come to this newsgroup to chat?

Newsgroups aren't chat, dummy.


What are they then? If you think chatting is a waste of time, what the
**** are you doing here? Also, you've indicated that any time not
spent making money is a waste. Are you trying to say that you get paid
to type on these newsgroups?


Of course he is. So is ball ('leif'), and probably also rick and dutch.


It wouldn't surprise me if they were involved with meat lobbyists.

Scented Nectar
http://www.scentednectar.com/veg/


Leif Erikson 16-08-2006 04:26 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 
pearl wrote:

"Leif Erikson" wrote in message ink.net...

pearl wrote:

"Leif Erikson" wrote in message ink.net...


pearl wrote:



"Leif Erikson" wrote in message ink.net...



pearl wrote:




"Leif Erikson" wrote in message nk.net...

pearl wrote:
..

They are.

They aren't, lesley. The hijackers are all dead. Some
accomplices who didn't board the planes may be alive,
but the hijackers are all dead. No one survived any of
the plane crashes.


'Hijackers Alive And Well

No, they are not. The hijackers all died in the
crashes. Some plotters may be alive, but the hijackers
are all dead. No one survived the crashes.


Some of the people named as hijackers are still alive.

Then either there are multiple people with the same
names - do a Google search on "Eddie Johnson" for an
unfortunate recent incident of mistaken identity,


Read what you snipped:

'Hijackers Alive And Well


[snip shit flood]



As expected.


Because it's a massive steaming load of BULLSHIT that
is indicative of your tendency to believe in
irrational, STUPID things.



"pearl" wrote in message ...

"chico chupacabra" wrote in message ...

pearl wrote:


The buildings COMPLETELY COLLAPSED in VIRTUAL FREE FALL
into their own footprint. How does weakened / softened STEEL do that?

Answer the question,

And before you say "gravity" again,

It's why things fall straight down, Lesley.


Only if the support is broken at multiple points throughout the
height of the three (3) structures. There were 47 huge central
steel support columns embedded within concrete (and with an
external layer of insulation) in WTC 1 & 2, and 24 in WTC 7.

We know that:

'The WTC, on this low-wind day, was likely not stressed more than
a third of the design allowable, which is roughly one-fifth of the yield
strength of the steel. Even with its strength halved, the steel could still
support two to three times the stresses imposed by a 650C fire.'


Not expert analysis.

chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 05:59 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 
pearl wrote:

...dead.

No.


Yes.


No.


Yes. And the response to why large objects, like buildings, fall
straight down doesn't change: gravity.

chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 06:01 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 
Lesley, who flunked out of engineering school and took up foot massage
instead, wrote:

...Let's see you address this:


G-R-A-V-I-T-Y. It's why objects fall to earth. Dipshit.

chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 06:10 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 
lesley, foot masseuse who pretends to be a learned scientist, wrote:

http://www.thebukkakeagency.com/DyingForAHamburger.htm


Thanks, shevek.


For crap written by activists?

'Absolutely impossible, insisted British health authorities, that mad
cow disease could be transmitted to humans through infected beef.
Yet less than a decade later, hundreds of people (including recent
victims in Saskatchewan and Florida) who ate infected beef have died
of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), with perhaps hundreds of thousands
more at risk for developing the disease. Could the same scenario hold
true for Alzheimer's disease?


Nope. Two completely different diseases.

Before about 1900 Alzheimer's disease did not exist


Yes, it did.
Progressive mental deterioration in old age has been recognized
and described throughout history. However, in was not until the
early part of the 20th century that a collection of brain cell
abnormalities were specifically identified by Dr. Alois
Alzheimer, a German physician, in 1906.
http://www.ahaf.org/alzdis/about/adhistory.htm

The issue isn't the rate of the disease, but the increased life
expectancy in the last century:
Life expectancy increased dramatically in the 20th century,
especially in developed nations. Life expectancy at birth in
the United States in 1901 was 49 years. At the end of the
century it was 77 years, an increase of 57%.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_expectancy

The reason there are more cases today than there were 100 years ago is
because people are living almost 60% longer than they did 100 years
ago. You ****ing retard.

or if it did,
was so rare as not to be noticed.


Total bullshit. People who've lived long enough -- which was pretty
****ing rare even in the West until the second half of the last century
-- have always shown signs of mental deterioration, many cases of
which progressed as the person aged. In your case, it appears to have
started quite early. How old are you, Les?

chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 06:13 PM

Where's everybody gone?
 
wrote:

I'm afraid I know nothing


Agreed.

chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 06:16 PM

Cyber-worlds?
 
Skanky, who has accumulated 46 years of sloth, wrote:

It wouldn't surprise me


It wouldn't surprise your parents that you waste your meager income
and time at After Worlds sending "telegrams" and "whispering" to
other losers while your friends from your youth are married with homes
and families and careers.

Scented Nectar 16-08-2006 08:50 PM

Cyber-worlds?
 
cheeko the meat lobbyist wrote:
Skanky, who has accumulated 46 years of sloth, wrote:


Is there anyone home there? How come you can't do basic math? You
keep getting corrected on this, yet refusing to accept. You're
stubborn.

It wouldn't surprise me


It wouldn't surprise your parents that you waste your meager income
and time at After Worlds sending "telegrams" and "whispering" to
other losers while your friends from your youth are married with homes
and families and careers.


What's After Worlds? And why are you guessing at my marital/family
status. I've never disclosed it online. Your purpose here, in the
ways of a true meat lobbyist, is simply to insult. You, who does not
identify as a vegetarian, are wasting your time, lot's of it, in
vegetarian groups. Why? Explain yourself.

Scented Nectar
http://www.scentednectar.com/veg/


chico chupacabra 16-08-2006 09:40 PM

Cyber-worlds?
 
Skanky, who has accumulated 46 years of sloth and doesn't have a car,
wrote:

Is there anyone home


Yes.

How come you can't do basic math?


*Why* can't you use English properly?

You're stubborn.


Pot kettle black.

It wouldn't surprise me


It wouldn't surprise your parents that you waste your meager income
and time at After Worlds sending "telegrams" and "whispering" to
other losers while your friends from your youth are married with
homes and families and careers.


What's After Worlds?


The place where losers like you pay $85 to chat with other losers,
"whisper" to each other, and send each other phony telegrams.

Scented Nectar 16-08-2006 10:58 PM

Cyber-worlds?
 
cheeky the meat lobbyist wrote:
What's After Worlds?


The place where losers like you pay $85 to chat with other losers,
"whisper" to each other, and send each other phony telegrams.


The place you are referring to is actually *Active* Worlds. Are you
going to insist on refusing correction again? Probably.

What are you doing chatting on these newsgroups if you are so against
chatting and online interactions? Answer. I know you will avoid
answering, either that or insist that what you do is different than
chatting.

Scented Nectar
http://www.scentednectar.com/veg/


chico chupacabra 17-08-2006 01:05 AM

Cyber-worlds?
 
Skanky, stoned 46 year-old LOSER who wastes money and time sending
cyber telegrams and "whispering" to other LOSERS in very obscure chat
sites when she's NOT riding the bus or taking all-afternoon naps, wrote:

What's After Worlds?


The place where losers like you pay $85 to chat with other losers,
"whisper" to each other, and send each other phony telegrams.


The place you are referring to is


....****ing irrelevant, just like you are.

What are you doing chatting on these newsgroups


Newsgroups aren't chat, dipshit.

Scented Nectar 17-08-2006 04:13 AM

Cyber-worlds?
 
cheeko the meat lobbyist wrote:
Newsgroups aren't chat, dipshit.


They are nothing more than a group chat. In postings rather than live,
but chat just the same.

Scented Nectar
http://www.scentednectar.com/veg/


chico chupacabra 17-08-2006 04:41 AM

Cyber-worlds?
 
Skanky, unimportant 46 year-old pot-head who wastes her aimless life
riding the bus and "whispering" for $85 a year in a dopey chatroom
filled with other losers, wrote:

Newsgroups aren't chat, dipshit.


They are nothing more than a group chat.


Wrong.

In postings rather than live,
but chat just the same.


No, you dumb bitch, newsgroups are specifically defined hierarchies of
topical repositories within Usenet. Usenet is not chat.

Chat, whether IRC, instant messaging, or some similar means of real-time
communication, is entirely different in method, design, scope, etc.,
from newsgroups (Usenet).

Leif Erikson 17-08-2006 07:11 AM

Cyber-worlds?
 
Skanky the 43-46 year old wasted wastrel pot-head
dipshit carless child rapist blabbered:
cheeko the meat lobbyist wrote:

Newsgroups aren't chat, dipshit.



They are nothing more than a group chat.


False. They aren't like chat at all. YOU treat them
like chat, because you're inconsequential and have
nothing meaningful to say.

Chat is real-time; synchronous. You see some small
outburst of what someone has said, and you - you
particularly - blurt out some inanity in reply. Usenet
is different. It is asynchronous. You see the
entirety of someone's post, and you can pick and choose
which parts of it to address. There may be - although
never with yours - more complete thoughts expressed.

As usual, you'll argue, no matter how badly wrong
you're shown to be.


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