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News Comments > Metal Gear Survive in February
7. Re: Metal Gear Survive in February Oct 26, 2017, 03:33 bigspender
 
Rhett wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 15:56:
PHJF wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 14:32:
What the fuck is this even?

Looks like a 4-player zombie survival defense game, using the MGS 5 Fox engine...

Rather MGS 5 just had co-op.

+1

Oh man the shenanigans would be epic!
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
17. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 16, 2017, 19:52 bigspender
 
Cops in Dubai Are Getting Real, Very Dangerous Looking Hoverbikes.

That's great, now when someone is raped, they'll be able to catch and lock up the VICTIM even faster.
 
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21. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 16, 2017, 02:15 bigspender
 
NKD wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 21:53:
bigspender wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 19:47:

There are all kinds of things that help in the early stages of RA. Its a few decades too late for that. There's nothing that regrows and repairs your joints other than having them replaced. If I were to come down with RA today myself, I wouldn't even worry about it with what we know and the treatments available that slow down the progress of the disease to essentially a halt. But once the damage is done, it's done.

You're saying that you'd rather eat poison and then take a treatment, instead of just not eating the poison....

This just blows my mind.

Are people really so hooked on dairy, that they'd rather spend $$$ on toxic drugs that destroy your liver etc, instead of simply swapping out dairy for any one of the thousands of plant-based milks and cheeses?

Not even for a week to see how it goes? I don't like telling anyone how to live, but common man it's your mother *shrugs*


I can't remember if it's in the video I linked, but it's just like Cutter says, once the inflammation stops, your body is able to recover and reverse the joint damage.


I think you misunderstand. I am including dietary changes and what-not that we weren't aware of when my mother was diagnosed.

But regarding inflammation, stage IV rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by the inflammation process ceasing. The affected joints essentially reach a maximum deterioration and you effectively lose the use of them. And no, your body can't recover joint cartilage on its own, regardless of what homeopathic remedy you take. There is simply no physical mechanism by which the body can regenerate that tissue.

I think I've just done a poor job relating how advanced my mother's condition is. As you can imagine, after having a disease like RA for decades you've pretty much run out of novel things to try.

Ah yes, you are right, I completely mis-read your original statement. My apologies!

It did feel good ranting though :-)
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
10. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 15, 2017, 19:47 bigspender
 
NKD wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 18:59:
bigspender wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 17:52:
NKD wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 17:05:
My mother is a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer, and has been since she was in her early 20s. At her current age, the RA has done basically all the damage it can do to her joints, and the only avenues left are pain management and joint replacements. She's been on oxycodone for a long, long time. She takes a lot, but she hasn't upped her dose in years.

Every few months she calls me with some new horror story about how junkies are making it harder for her to get her prescriptions filled, or some new hoop she has to jump through. It took her YEARS to get in with a different primary care doctor (she hated her then-current one because he was a prick) because almost none of them were comfortable taking on a patient who needed a lot of opioid pain meds.

Granted, she is an outlier. Most people get RA later in life and kick it from old age long before they suffer as much damage as she has. She's still got quite a few years left, hopefully, and the oxycodone is the only thing that keeps her functioning.

My point is, junkies gonna junk. Don't ruin things for people who have legitimate pain management needs just to try and stick it to big pharma. There are very few options for severe chronic pain, and all of them are abusable by junkies. Doctors should not be made to feel they are risking their license or that they are going to get in trouble for correctly handling someones legitimate pain needs.


Hey dude, I was reading about RA recently, and it seems like most people are able to completely eliminate the symptoms by eliminating a couple of ingredients from their diet (it's not 'cured' but the pain and joint destruction goes away, so there is no need for drugs).

I know it sounds like homeopathy, but it's very well documented in a good medical journals. It might be worth asking your mother to try it for a week, as it seems to improve that fast :-) (obviously in conjunction with her doctor)

Check this out: https://youtu.be/pAxygdQbY34



There are all kinds of things that help in the early stages of RA. Its a few decades too late for that. There's nothing that regrows and repairs your joints other than having them replaced. If I were to come down with RA today myself, I wouldn't even worry about it with what we know and the treatments available that slow down the progress of the disease to essentially a halt. But once the damage is done, it's done.

You're saying that you'd rather eat poison and then take a treatment, instead of just not eating the poison....

This just blows my mind.

Are people really so hooked on dairy, that they'd rather spend $$$ on toxic drugs that destroy your liver etc, instead of simply swapping out dairy for any one of the thousands of plant-based milks and cheeses?

Not even for a week to see how it goes? I don't like telling anyone how to live, but common man it's your mother *shrugs*


I can't remember if it's in the video I linked, but it's just like Cutter says, once the inflammation stops, your body is able to recover and reverse the joint damage.

 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
6. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 15, 2017, 17:52 bigspender
 
NKD wrote on Oct 15, 2017, 17:05:
My mother is a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer, and has been since she was in her early 20s. At her current age, the RA has done basically all the damage it can do to her joints, and the only avenues left are pain management and joint replacements. She's been on oxycodone for a long, long time. She takes a lot, but she hasn't upped her dose in years.

Every few months she calls me with some new horror story about how junkies are making it harder for her to get her prescriptions filled, or some new hoop she has to jump through. It took her YEARS to get in with a different primary care doctor (she hated her then-current one because he was a prick) because almost none of them were comfortable taking on a patient who needed a lot of opioid pain meds.

Granted, she is an outlier. Most people get RA later in life and kick it from old age long before they suffer as much damage as she has. She's still got quite a few years left, hopefully, and the oxycodone is the only thing that keeps her functioning.

My point is, junkies gonna junk. Don't ruin things for people who have legitimate pain management needs just to try and stick it to big pharma. There are very few options for severe chronic pain, and all of them are abusable by junkies. Doctors should not be made to feel they are risking their license or that they are going to get in trouble for correctly handling someones legitimate pain needs.


Hey dude, I was reading about RA recently, and it seems like most people are able to completely eliminate the symptoms by eliminating a couple of ingredients from their diet (it's not 'cured' but the pain and joint destruction goes away, so there is no need for drugs).

I know it sounds like homeopathy, but it's very well documented in a good medical journals. It might be worth asking your mother to try it for a week, as it seems to improve that fast :-) (obviously in conjunction with her doctor)

Check this out: https://youtu.be/pAxygdQbY34


 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
39. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 12, 2017, 20:54 bigspender
 
Verno wrote on Oct 12, 2017, 12:52:
jdreyer wrote on Oct 12, 2017, 12:35:
The McDougall program is essentially the same as Ornish and Esselstein, and so is the reasoning: even moderate amounts of fat and cholesterol lead over time to heart disease and cancer. These basically vegan diets have been shown to be best at preventing these illnesses over 30 year longitudinal studies.

No, your body creates a lot of that "poison" itself. In much larger amounts than you consume. It is important to regulate how much fat you consume, particularly foods with trans fats but dietary cholesterol like eggs is relatively unimportant by comparison. For diabetics it is a concern, not the average person. To be honest I'm surprised to hear that still being repeated, it is considered outdated thinking by every nutrionist and doctor I know.

Because humans are genetically progammed to seek out these sweet and oily foods, and higher prices are a disincentive. Also, the money can be used for the subsidies.

I don't disagree that people seek out sodium/sugar whenever possible but I don't think taxation is the answer. First of all good luck implementing it and second it gives the opposition an easy trigger point and PR strategy. I think we can find some money to subsidize healthy foods, the government has more than enough inefficiency to address.


The problem with a lot of the food studies is that they are funded by the people that sell the product. It's annoying and time consuming, but when you go into the studies, it becomes pretty clear that they are designed to mislead.

For example one of the studies that people always show me that 'prove dietary cholesterol isn't related to blood cholesterol' is basically scam. The study takes people who already have maxed out their cholesterol (with a poor diet), so that when they feed them eggs, their cholesterol cannot climb any higher.

The worst part is that things like this you don't need a study for, you can almost do it yourself. Within 30 minutes of eating fats and cholesterol and take a blood sample you can see with your own naked eyes that they are in your blood, you can measure that your arteries stop dilating etc.


EDIT: I'm with you on subsidizing the good rather than taxing bad (although a combination of both could be very effective). I think it's harder to find loopholes when you subsidize, and from a social acceptance angle, people respond better to price drops, instead of price increases.

I guess a good start would be to stop subsidizing things such as dairy to bring prices down to an equal level.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
31. Re: Out of the Blue Oct 12, 2017, 00:03 bigspender
 
This doctor has personally cured some 6000 peoples obesity, plus hundreds of thousands more that have applied his methods.

He speaks a little about 'the system' which keeps people sick and obese in this presentation, it's fairly interesting.

I know anecdotes don't count for much, but he's right on the average life expactancy and still working (instead of dying) which he puts down to his lifestyle of stuffing your face with the right foods.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWavdmw3rgw
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
2. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 30, 2017, 18:57 bigspender
 
So you don't have to buy a Tesla to save the planet now (although it helps), you just have to eat bean burritos instead of beef. Don't wait for politicians to get their shit together, they never will. Fix the planet one meal at at time. It's up to you and me to get it done!

If we screw up the planet when it's this easy fix the problem, then we deserve to die as a species. (and most of us will die over the next 100 years, from hunger ironically, those that survive will be living of rations and human flesh as the only remaining abundant food source.)

I know it sounds dramatic, but the threat is real, and it is imminent. Look up Richard Opplenander - he spoke to the EU.
 
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News Comments > Killer Instinct on Steam
1. Re: Killer Instinct on Steam Sep 27, 2017, 22:20 bigspender
 
Well at least it's coming.  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
16. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 22, 2017, 01:37 bigspender
 
Just a few thousand years until the Jews are hit wit the Y10K bug on all of their computers. I hope they don't wait until the last minute  
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News Comments > Op Ed
44. Re: Op Ed Sep 12, 2017, 20:48 bigspender
 
When I play Chess with my grandma, I call her a filthy whore every time I lose a piece. It's just a heat-of-moment thing. It's her fault if she gets offended. /sarcasm  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
34. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 8, 2017, 20:49 bigspender
 
Kxmode wrote on Sep 8, 2017, 19:08:
Thoughts and prayers to anyone in the path of Irma. Please, be safe and listen to your local authorities. Pray

http://tinyurl.com/y9mm8ug4 ROFL
 
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25. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 4, 2017, 03:11 bigspender
 
Cutter wrote on Sep 3, 2017, 11:51:
Fat and carbs are bullshit boogeymen, and always have been. The problem was an asshole named Ancel Keys who started all this nonsense because he was in the pocket of the (food) oil companies who wanted to sell more vegetable oil. The real villain has always been refined sugar, and to a lesser degree, salt. Those two things alone are responsible for the overwhelming majority of our dietary health woes. On TVO (Ontario's PBS) there was a documentary on 2 weeks ago that illustrated how this all came about, Cholesterol: The Great Bluff. Make sure to give it a watch as the deception that unfolded is absolutely breathtaking in its scope.

And this is an amazing article about John Yudkin, whom they talk about in the afoementioned documentary as well. The sugar lobby is ostensibly the most powerful lobby in the world and they easily spend the most - and have since the 50s - on political lobbying around the globe.

The Sugar Conspiracy

“If only a small fraction of what we know about the effects of sugar were to be revealed in relation to any other material used as a food additive,” wrote Yudkin, “that material would promptly be banned.” The book did well, but Yudkin paid a high price for it. Prominent nutritionists combined with the food industry to destroy his reputation, and his career never recovered. He died, in 1995, a disappointed, largely forgotten man."

Any diet that advocates extremes - eat this or that type food and exclude everything else - is wrong, plain and simple. Sure you'll lose weight, but at the expense of your overall health. We're omnivores for a reason. We evolved to eat meat, dairy, veg, fruit, and starches for lots of good reasons. Most food actually works better when working in conjunction with each other. That's simply how nature rounded things out otherwise everything we need would have evolved in a single piece of food that we only ever need. You're far better off fasting - restriced caloric intake - on something like The Fast Diet - See the BBC Dr. Michael Mosley's documentary here, Eat, Fast, and Live Longer.

Lastly how we eat and how much are just as crucial. Things like smoothies and juice and supplements are all bullshit. They turn intrinsic sugar into extrinsic sugar and you only net about 1% of the total nutritional properties of them as opposed to just eating fruit and veg whole. That's because it takes time for your stomach to break down the fiber, and while that's happening it's extracting all the good stuff. Smoothies, etc. on the other hand just shoot through your stomach into the intestines where the acid just quickly kills everything off so it doesn't have time to convent and enter the blood stream.

Everything in this life, be it diet, or politics, or religion, etc. can be put down to the Goldilocks philosophy...extremes are bad. We don't want things, too hot, too cold, but just right. Or as Michael Pollan put it as it applies to food, "Eat real food. Not too much. Mostly vegetables."

I've just been getting into whole bowl meals myself as they're easy and great all rounders. This is the sort of stuff people should be eating.

Whole Bowls: Complete Gluten-Free and Vegetarian Meals to Power Your Day (I don't care about gluten, as that whole issue is jive as well unless you're a celiac)

Bowls!: Recipes and Inspirations for Healthful One-Dish Meals (Shit, just look at the cover and tell me that doesn't look nummers!)

Very good - it's wholefoods focused! but please careful with vegetarian diets. You can become anemic because dairy blocks iron absorption. And since you are no longer eating heme-iron from meat, any iron from plants like spinach or beans can may not be absorbed. It's best to go right in and skip the dairy too. Non-heme iron is perfectly fine, when dairy isn't blocking it.

100% agree, this entire sugar vs fat debate is stupid, I'm actually pretty certain both parties are scheming asshats. So sticking to whole-foods is my game now, and it avoids the entire debate.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
24. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 4, 2017, 02:59 bigspender
 
Nucas wrote on Sep 3, 2017, 02:49:
bigspender wrote on Sep 2, 2017, 23:24:
Obesity report: One-third of U.S. adults are beyond overweight.

Easy and effortless fix. Eat yourself thin

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1008343.Foods_That_Cause_You_to_Lose_Weight

https://www.amazon.com/Starch-Solution-Regain-Health-Weight/dp/1623360277

Worked for me
Coincidentally cures heart-disease, erectile dysfunction and diabetes too. It's so simple you'll facepalm yourself :-)

mate, that's mostly bullshit. the negative calorie food thing is so bunk even livestrong manages to get it right. that book was written by a psychiatrist, not a dietician.

for weight loss, it's calories in, calories out. that's it. everyone's heard about professor twinkie by now, right?

if you lost weight on that, i'm happy for you, but it's because the "negative calorie foods" he talks up just so happen to be filling, fibrous vegetables with low calorie totals.

and high carb/low fat diets are junk science from the 70s. fats are critical. you need a balance. high carb diets don't cure heart disease or diabetes, there's evidence they literally cause them. in particular a lot of carby foods have terrible glycemic index values that can really do a number on your blood sugar and insulin levels.

if you prefer books, which seems to be the case, give this one a try. "fats=bad" thinking is misguided and it's not doing your body any favors. you can lose weight doing that stuff, sure; that professor lost 27 pounds eating twinkies. losing weight and living a healthy lifestyle are only sometimes the same thing. sorry for the wall of text here but that starch diet thing is one of the most fucked fad diets i've ever seen.


Yes you are right there is no such thing as negative calorie foods, it's just a "catchy" title. But the book essentially tells you to eat whole-foods, e.g anything unprocessed. Just like you said fibrous vegetables, beans and grains, without processing, so that all of the nutrition is preseved. However the book wasn't written by a psychiatrist, but a medical researcher and doctor who is the head of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

It's not a fats = bad diet. It's a low fat diet, meaning you only take in the fats you need, which are very small amounts. A bit of omega 6 from nuts, and a bit of omega 3 from flaxseed, chia, hemp seed etc. On top of that all wholefoods, beans, grains, vegetables all have some fat as it is. That's all you need to be perfectly healthy.

When you eat whole-foods, the GI thing is completely redundant. Also what most people don't like to tell you is that protein (e.g. from meat) spikes your insulin as much as pure refined sugar. The other thing that most people haven't been told is that diabetes isn't a disease of sugar sensitivity, it's a disease of insulin resistance. And you can make the insulin work again by eating mostly whole-foods.

I agree with you that nutritional science in general is bad, and purposely misleading, it's filled with seemingly conflicting information too - thanks to competing companies with their sugar vs oil, dairy vs nuts battles etc. But here's cool the thing, you don't need any fancy studies, because within a week or two of eating this way your doctor will need to lower your diabetes medication. And within as little as a month your insulin will work correctly again, and you will no longer be diabetic. It works that well!


Don't believe me? Try it for 3 weeks yourself, you won't die or become deficient in any vitamins in such a short time, and you can stop any time. Don't buy anything, just eat this http://www.forksoverknives.com/recipes/?recipe_type=wraps-and-burgers 90% of the time. You can always go back to eating how you did.

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14. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 2, 2017, 23:24 bigspender
 
Obesity report: One-third of U.S. adults are beyond overweight.

Easy and effortless fix. Eat yourself thin

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1008343.Foods_That_Cause_You_to_Lose_Weight

https://www.amazon.com/Starch-Solution-Regain-Health-Weight/dp/1623360277

Worked for me
Coincidentally cures heart-disease, erectile dysfunction and diabetes too. It's so simple you'll facepalm yourself :-)
 
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News Comments > Destiny 2 Trailer
12. Re: Destiny 2 Trailer Sep 2, 2017, 02:34 bigspender
 
Midnight wrote on Sep 1, 2017, 23:40:
Honestly, this game just makes me want to reinstall Warframe.

Warframe was a lot more fun than this. And didn't cost a dime :-)
 
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News Comments > Destiny 2 Trailer
6. Re: Destiny 2 Trailer Sep 1, 2017, 04:44 bigspender
 
I really did not enjoy the beta. Their first few Halo games were far better. They had a tone, a palette and they were focused. The guns were fun.

Destiny 2 just had too much of everything. It was like a child attempting to cook. The intro was just explosions and yelling.

Story is completely ton deaf, going from silly funny to serious and back and forth.

There was also something really off with the performance - my frame counter said it was over 100fps most of the time, but it felt like 30fps the way things moved around and the way the mouse felt.

And the game-play was just boring, and unchallenging. The guns felt pretty average. Weirdly enough the pistols were the most powerful weapons?
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
19. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 25, 2017, 08:47 bigspender
 
High doses of vitamin B supplements tied to lung cancer risk, study says.

Probably best to stop smoking than stop the B supplements, but hey call me old fashioned
 
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News Comments > Arrow Heads Trailer
1. Re: Arrow Heads Trailer Aug 24, 2017, 19:34 bigspender
 
This is just lazy, it's so obviously just the Unity Tank! network code tutorial with a different skin :S  
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6. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 16, 2017, 18:48 bigspender
 
There’s no known cure for arthritis, but marijuana works wonders.

For rheumatoid arthritis though there sort of is. No need for toxic liver destroying drugs either: https://nutritionfacts.org/2017/05/09/the-best-diet-for-rheumatoid-arthritis/
 
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