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    • Keto Strong Detox   Ketosis is an intelligent cycle where the body figures out how to burn-through fat instead of starches for energy. This cycle is very difficult to accomplish. In any event, when you rigorously follow the keto diet, it will consume a large chunk of the prior day you can accomplish Ketosis. Sadly, any slight deviation from the keto system can and would upset all the advancement you have made up until this point.   Official Website>> http://timesofnews24x7.com/keto-strong-detox/  
    • Scotland maybe? I think they'll go independent at some point. Voted against Brexit as a country and they don't seem keen on the aforementioned twat. It's pretty cold and wet and alcoholic up there though. Canada or New Zealand? They seem like relatively sane places. I am British born, which seems to be important to some pricks. Like that's an important thing. We have British born dickheads, and we don't want foreigners coming over here and raising the average IQ. I've never been especially patriotic anyway. I'm not rabidly anti-royal, just hahaha! that's ridiculous.Kings and Queens and Princes and Princesses. Grow up!
    • Oh, I'm right there with you, but the problem is, where is there to go? What you wrote: Here's the version as I could have written it: They aren't like us. I'm English American. Some people voted for Brexit Trump, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister former President? The one who thinks he's still President? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. The other countries are mocking us. Our Prime Minister former President looks like a rejected muppet deranged oversized Oompa-Loompa and Brexit Trumpism has brought out the worst in English American people. Not proud of my country to be a 'Merican. And where would my first choice be to emigrate? The UK, because however bad it is there, I have to believe it's better than here. I know the grass always seems greener in the other pasture, but in our pasture we have this colossal great orange bull that keeps shitting all over the place and nobody can do anything with it. The green is obscured. And I feel obliged to point out that as no species of monkey has, as far as is known, developed the craft of cheesemaking, it can hardly be a part of their natural diet.
    • Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen!
    • There are definitely cultural differences between different countries. I think of stereotypes as being based on ignorance and stupidity, but that's just how I interpret the word. Cheese eating surrender monkeys. I like cheese, and monkeys. But yeah, there probably is some truth in there, even if it's overly generalised and often thoughlessly applied. Cultural differences mean that someone from that country might be more ... I guess it gets ugly when it's applied indescriminately. They aren't like us. I'm English. Some people voted for Brexit, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. Our Prime Minister looks like a rejected muppet and Brexit has brought out the worst in English people. Not proud of my country.

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  2. Keto Strong Detox Ketosis is an intelligent cycle where the body figures out how to burn-through fat instead of starches for energy. This cycle is very difficult to accomplish. In any event, when you rigorously follow the keto diet, it will consume a large chunk of the prior day you can accomplish Ketosis. Sadly, any slight deviation from the keto system can and would upset all the advancement you have made up until this point. Official Website>> http://timesofnews24x7.com/keto-strong-detox/
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  4. Scotland maybe? I think they'll go independent at some point. Voted against Brexit as a country and they don't seem keen on the aforementioned twat. It's pretty cold and wet and alcoholic up there though. Canada or New Zealand? They seem like relatively sane places. I am British born, which seems to be important to some pricks. Like that's an important thing. We have British born dickheads, and we don't want foreigners coming over here and raising the average IQ. I've never been especially patriotic anyway. I'm not rabidly anti-royal, just hahaha! that's ridiculous.Kings and Queens and Princes and Princesses. Grow up!
  5. Oh, I'm right there with you, but the problem is, where is there to go? What you wrote: Here's the version as I could have written it: They aren't like us. I'm English American. Some people voted for Brexit Trump, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister former President? The one who thinks he's still President? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. The other countries are mocking us. Our Prime Minister former President looks like a rejected muppet deranged oversized Oompa-Loompa and Brexit Trumpism has brought out the worst in English American people. Not proud of my country to be a 'Merican. And where would my first choice be to emigrate? The UK, because however bad it is there, I have to believe it's better than here. I know the grass always seems greener in the other pasture, but in our pasture we have this colossal great orange bull that keeps shitting all over the place and nobody can do anything with it. The green is obscured. And I feel obliged to point out that as no species of monkey has, as far as is known, developed the craft of cheesemaking, it can hardly be a part of their natural diet.
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  7. There are definitely cultural differences between different countries. I think of stereotypes as being based on ignorance and stupidity, but that's just how I interpret the word. Cheese eating surrender monkeys. I like cheese, and monkeys. But yeah, there probably is some truth in there, even if it's overly generalised and often thoughlessly applied. Cultural differences mean that someone from that country might be more ... I guess it gets ugly when it's applied indescriminately. They aren't like us. I'm English. Some people voted for Brexit, the stupid cunts. They aren't like us. Us reads newspapers and books and have some understanding of statistics. Us wants to emmigrate because I'm worried that my fellow coutrymen/women are dumb as fuck. Have you seen our Prime Minister? Fucking twat. I'm really not mocking anyone from other countries because I can't. Our Prime Minister looks like a rejected muppet and Brexit has brought out the worst in English people. Not proud of my country.
  8. It's an old recipe; the earliest archosaurs emerged in the Permian, predating the dinosaurs, and long before the emergence of birds, so the taste you describe is probably closer to velociraptor than turkey. Fun fact: Did you know that blood salinity is identical across all vertebrates on earth? That suggests that our blood salinity is the same as the salinity of Earth's oceans when the first vertebrates evolved. Since then, the oceans have become gradually more saline, but we vertebrates, especially the ones who came ashore, still carry the mother ocean that sustained us around inside us, and have adapted our bodies to regulate the salinity of our blood quite precisely to keep it just so. That's why freshwater fish can't survive in a saltier ocean, and ocean fish can't thrive in fresh water; neither has the mechanism to regulate its salt in what has become a radically harsh aquatic environment. Only those few species like salmon who migrate between the two have been able to do so by taking on the adaptations of both types. Who knew we carried the ocean inside us? No wonder I feel a craving to go to the beach.
  9. @Wonderful.CheeseThanks Cheese. I think I am going to talk to pdoc about reducing meds, without clozapine (hopefully). The good news is my depression seems to be lifting, so I think zoloft is doing something. We had a friend over who turns 50 on Tuesday last night (Saturday). I made a vegan chocolate pie that looked a little funny but was delicious. Previously I would've melted down but I stayed calm and was fine.
  10. One of Mum's home helpers had a client test positive. So we had to get tested and quarantine until results came back I can go buy food now that the results are good. And get out in the sunshine that disappeared yesterday when we got hit with rain off the southern Ocean So, that's good
  11. Kangaroo is very similar to venison. Pretty nice
  12. I’d’ve said rubbery, fish-flavored chicken, but you’re not wrong.
  13. croc is texture of gristly pork, with a seafood flavour
  14. I have eaten crab, and I have eaten alligator. Crab is much tastier, but there is a distinct primordial satisfaction to eating an apex predator.
  15. Stereotypes aren't necessarily false - indeed, almost all stereotypes are based in observation of real phenomena - but what makes them undesirable is that they become illogically extrapolated and then applied to classes of people rather than to individuals who may actually exhibit the traits in question. Are people from Appalachia all ignorant, inbreeding hicks with missing teeth? Of course not. But the general educational level is below the national average, the population is not genetically diverse, and medical and dental care are both harder to access in rural areas than they are in more populated areas. I myself am currently missing a front tooth as I got an implant and have to heal until January before they can install the actual replacement tooth. I think any stereotype that can actually be applied is best thought of as the exception that proves the rule that people are individuals worthy of being considered on their own merits.
  16. It's no better here. When Hurricane Ida blew threw, a man in New Orleans was eaten by an alligator. And moving to Florida isn't a bad notion if you don't mind living in a COVID-infested hothouse with a raving lunatic governor. And more alligators. Apropos of Random Thoughts, I was wondering why they're called alligators. How, after all, does one alligate? It seems that to alligate (from Latin alligatus, to bind, compare ligature), is to connect or bind things things together; yet this is not what alligators do. Indeed, they do much the opposite. Their name, instead, comes from Spanish el legato, the lizard, stemming likely from Latin lacerta (lizard) > el legato (the lizard) > alligator (terrifying crocodilian reptile archosaurs much more closely related to birds than to lizards). They do not bind, but tear things asunder in spectacular primaeval fashion. I think it's fascinating that two words so close in structure can signify opposite concepts.
  17. @jarn I understand how you feel. I take 8 psych meds. -Abilify (30 mg) -Zyprexa (30 mg) -Rexulti (2 mg) -Prozac (20 mg) -Gabapentin (1,200 mg) -Topiramate (200 mg) -Vyvanse (60 mg) -Klonopin (1 mg PRN)
  18. Took 7 x 75mg tabs spread out randomly over a month- took 3 or 4 daily at the end (3 days ago). Stopped taking them, decided to quit-- all of a sudden at work, I get distressing high definition vision (I could see the fine details of everything) (2 days ago). EDIT: in addition I have a lovely rushing sound in my ears. 24/7. And anxious feeling in chest. Plus, this stuff is not going away as of today. Is this a manic episode? Anyone have this? And how do I squash this whole thing for good? I'd really appreciate any insights. Thank you.
  19. How can you worry about covid when every three months a person is torn to pieces by a crocodile in North Queensland? Hoping you get the Bob Katter reference. Not that our politicians in merry old England aren't bat shit insane too. Best Australian impression. I'm not mocking. Stereotypes are funny but they aren't true. I'm always curious about what the stereotypes about English people are. Bowler hats and shit?
  20. When I was diagnosed with ADHD the consultant said that Lisdexamfetamine was less likely to cause issues with people who are bipolar than methylphenidate. It doesn't mean there will be no issues, but it also means that some people are going to be ok taking it.
  21. Had super short course of Wellbutrin (7 total pills @ 75mg); randomly over a month. Not much happened-- other than my vision would sharpen briefly, then go away. Last part of month, took one tablet every other day over 5 days-- then I became hypomanic and couldn't sleep I quit everything all together [i.e. failed experiment] A full day later-- while at work: my vision sharpened (annoyingly so) and had a deep anxious feeling in my chest... and none of this is going away at all. Has anyone experienced this? Suggestions?
  22. As I understand it, bipolar can never be managed without meds. And if you ask around, you will hear all kinds of horror stories of what happened when BP people stopped taking their meds, me included. That’s not to say that you can’t have remissions without meds, something that used to happen to me in my younger days, but not any longer. It’s just that if you have BP, you will have episodes if you’re not medicated, and probably nastier ones at that. That said, it’s possible to go years on end while trying various med regimens, all without having much—if any—success. Typically, depression is the hardest thing to treat, followed by mixed episodes, then mania, then hypomania. I have BP I with psychosis and mixed episodes, and the psychosis, while it can be really, really awful, is actually the easiest thing to treat, because I respond extremely well to one particular antipsychotic, which also works very well on my manic and mixed states. But the depression? Damn. I can sometimes go for years on end in a severe form of that state (my pdoc calls it severe, although I call it moderate, in order to distinguish it from the crashes). And then, when the depression does finally end, I invariably become manic or mixed. And then I almost always go right back to being depressed again once that’s over (but not this time, thankfully). It’s worth noting that you don’t always have to be on a ton of meds. While I have been on as many as 10 psych meds simultaneously in the past, I am currently on only 1 (Depakote), and I have been in full remission since May. My pdoc said that most of his patients who have long remissions are only on one or two meds, in fact.
  23. I've been on venlafaxine since February at a low dose, and while I do get unexplained bruises I am getting much more this year. But I am only on a baby dose (75mg). This is without NSAID's (except when I have a migraine which is about once a month).
  24. So, you know, I actually thought the same thing. I'm currently taking Depakote and Risperdal as mood stabilizers, Pristiq as an antidepressant, and Vyvanse as a stimulant. I was having serious issues with bruising. They weren't just appearing out of nowhere. There would always be an event I could trace the bruise back to, but I historically am not one to bruise so easily, and when I have gotten these bruises, they are SERIOUSLY gnarly. My pdoc was pretty confident that Pristiq was more likely to cause the bruising than the Depakote because while Depakote does thin the blood and can cause bruising in the same way as fish oil, for example, serotonin is significantly responsible for platelet aggregation. This all being said, I only just went down on the Pristiq 3 days ago. So still time to tell if it will make a difference for me and bruising.
  25. That's good to know. I see pdoc next week so I will ask about this then. I had a headache this morning and just lay down instead (perk from working from home).
  26. @psychwardjesus Thanks for weighing in. I have been on Seroquel multiple times, Abilify I ended up in the hospital, same with Haldol. I don't remember much about Latuda other than that eventually it stopped working. I was Loxapine for years, had elevated prolactin (and pdoc doesn't feel meds to lower that are a good long term solution) and some mood instability. He put me on Haldol which went VERY badly. I have taken most of the AAPs and Haldol and Loxapine for APs. I can't remember if we held the small dose of Loxapine after I started Zyprexa (went back on Loxapine after Haldol) or if it was being Zyprexa needed a top up because it wasn't working well enough on it's own. But I suppose that is one thing we could eliminate, I can ask about that. I've never had a great experience with therapy. Behavioural activations (from CBT) are about the only thing I've ever found helpful.
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