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Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. rube

    rube DSP Legend Staff Member Administrator

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    Don't forget black aunties.
     
  2. rube

    rube DSP Legend Staff Member Administrator

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    That's called carambola.
    I think y'all call it getting snookered.
     
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  3. Finski

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    I'm often openly critical of my Church & Her people. As a Roman Catholic, I continue to practice my faith because I don't believe that the system is wrong; I just accept the fact that people are deeply flawed. A2N is proof of that.

    Anyway, people who are not Roman Catholic don't get to rag on Catholocism if they don't know what they're talking about, which is most of the time. I'm not talking about criminal behavior - that must and ought and should be punished by the law of the local, state, and federal authorities, with no consideration for the supposed holiness of the lawbreakers. I have no patience with child molesters and pederasts ... or pro-choice Catholics. All of them are equally repugnant. There's plenty wrong with my Church, but there's nothing wrong with God, and therefore, nothing wrong with His true Creations.

    Beer is a creation of Our Lord.

    So friends... I give you the Lenten fast you didn't know existed ...... Beer only, for 40 days. Give my tribe credit. When we are right, we are dead right.

    https://ucatholic.com/blog/the-lenten-beer-only-fast-practiced-by-german-monks/
     
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  4. irish

    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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  5. rube

    rube DSP Legend Staff Member Administrator

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    I like the catholic diet.
    Most days only protein and fat with some greens. But no bread or wine.
    On the weekends feasting on bread and wine is just fine. And twice on Sunday.
    During the holiday season feast and be merry like if it's a 40 day weekend. All will be forgiven.
    Then fast with nature's bounty during the weeks of first fruits in late January and February with veggies unfoul fowl and clean fishes.
    And on the first day of march you call the butcher again and just say no to the starch.

    Oh wait that's the ketolic diet.
    Same word with similar meaning.
    Die. So you may live.
     
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    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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    hmmm...
    grandma smoked since she was 20 and lived to 88
    mom was thrown in an internment camp in the prime of her young life and lived to 90
    pops served in the marines in ww2 and smoked and drank a lot, before quitting both in the late 1980's... he lived to 95
    not saying you shouldn't take care of yourself -- you should
    but i'd sure hate to find out (after the fact) that i could have eaten more steak and didn't need to give up whiskey
    die so you may live... or live like you'll die tomorrow
     
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    You do realize you’re not saved right? Catholics worship idols, pray to saints, and believe a number of other things inconsistent with the Bible. If you want salvation, I suggest you become a Christian. Ask @THINKBLUE, I’m sure he agrees with me.
     
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    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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    last time i checked, catholics were christians
     
  9. Gebbeth

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    Is buggering young boys Kosher?

    JUST KIDDING!!!!
     
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    rube DSP Legend Staff Member Administrator

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    Christians we have our own false idols too. They are just a little newer.
    One thing I do like about Christianity over Catholicism is that one is part of a theocratic centrally organized political kingdom while the other is a loose association of smaller confederations of local privately owned and community supported small businesses.
    At one you have to pay to use the facilities and get rites if you want to get married or have another one of the required civil ceremonies performed.
    In the other you tithe if you want to or not but the tithers are like the senior members who help appoint the moderators and fund the organization. And if you need to use the facilities they are free and nobody gets paid for the ceremony. Plus more than a few members will volunteer to help as ushers or with food or flowers for your wedding party.
    People you may barely know.
    Because its all in that good spirit.
     
  11. Finski

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    @rube prefers Christianity over Catholicism - WTF is that? :laff::laff::laff:

    All Catholics are Christians. Not all Christians are Catholics. That's the math. Judas priest... how much paraquat did you smoke in your youth, homie?
     
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    As long as you keep them separate from the dairy products.
     
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    I propose we settle these heretical arguments via an Inquisition.
     
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    irish DSP Staff Member Administrator

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    rube DSP Legend Staff Member Administrator

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    Catholics always win the 'we also Christians' debate.
    Hands down.
    Or up... Depending where the catholics bodyguard with the sword commands you to put your hands.
    Point is they always win the debate.
     
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    Maybe the funniest Curb Your Enthusiasm ever!
     
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    Anyone ever fainted before? What a scary/weird experience.

    Normal morning routine and woke up on my Kitchen floor with a lump and blood. Came out of nowhere.

    Guess it's what I get for changing my diet to eating only healthy. Body couldn't adjust.
     
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    Idk if changing your diet can explain away fainting.
    I realize what torture seeing doctors are, believe me...but check that shit out.
     
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    Probably isn't diet related but that was my first guess because it was such a drastic change. Carb intake went down drastically and I made 6 PM my cut off for my last meal each day. I will definitely get it checked out....appreciate you.
     
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  20. rube

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    When doing that diet you want to make sure you are eating enough iodized salt.
    Salt is not bad for you. Just like good fats. You want good sea salt. Himalayan salt seems like a marketing ploy though.

    Ketosis uses up some essential nutrients to get going. And if you are eating less carbs and drinking more water while fasting some you will flush yourself out more. You seem to be on this train.
    Your magnesium/sodium/potassium levels are interdependent and are very important to keep regulated if you are doing low carb.
    Think of your human body as a pot of humus which is good soil producing humic acid for a growing seed to burst with 1000 times its inherent level of nutrituion/power. Your soil is the secret.
    Eat banana as a not so bad treat/cheat because it will help keep you level with potassium.
    Get a magnesium supplement. Not magnesium oxide as it does not stay in the body for more than a few hours and is only good to help your stomach if its turned.
    Use magnesium chloride or citrate. Those are absorbed and help regulate hormones and other chemicals in your body that become imbalanced during changes in diet.

    If you need assistance I have a lot of history with this kind of thing.
     
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