Ayupmeducks

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    Lotions, Potions and Remedies

    With Colloidal Silver, I make my own, as it can be extremely expensive buying it, in fact they rip their customers off, as it is very cheap to make at home. I proved it's use some years back, I had a bin full of cans I was crushing, I'd forgotten about a couple of bottles getting tossed in the bin. I soon found one, or it found me, I should have had a couple of stitches, deep and large. After I'd stemmed the bleeding, and my Doctors clinic was over a half hours drive, I said sod it, poured colloidal silver over the wound and dressed it myself. Treated the wound several times a day with colloidal silver and kept it dressed. Would scabbed over in a couple of days and healed completely in less than a week.
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    Lotions, Potions and Remedies

    Do some on line researching Jill, I found out about Catsclaw that way, I found a Doctor in Nevada who was claimed to be an expert on Lyme Disease, his advise to other Doctors on the subject of Lyme, was "Listen to your patients, they know more about Lyme than you will ever do" He posted on his site, that some of his patients were recording recovery from the disease taking Catsclaw, as he said, try it, you have nothing to lose, if it works, pass the knowledge onto others.
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    An American's View of England

    Well that depends on how big the block is Ben, we don't have blocks here in rural America, you only find them in towns and cities.
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    An American's View of England

    I might also add, living in a rural community, one has to get used to hearing guns being used, always someone getting a little target practice in.. Mind I get nervous during hunting season when "city slickers" are around shoot guns, many have no idea about firearm safety! But on the whole, crime is so low that all you hear on the local radio is Joe Public got arrested for driving 10mph over the speed limit, etc...
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    An American's View of England

    Why change measurements when they have worked for centuries Ben?? I subscribe to several wood working magazines, including one pro wood workers magazine. A Canadian wood worker, self employed says he prefers imperial over metric every time, and he was brought up on metric in Canada. Made many friends over here, and "fitted in" perfectly with the locals around me. I live in a fairly remote rural setting and was told by someone who was born in this area and now lives in a big city, that "outsiders" usually had their houses burned down when the moved in around these parts. One of my neighbors asked me if he could mow my fields. I have 80 acres and have been pretty busy over the last year, so I said sure, be my guest. Cost me nothing.
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    Lotions, Potions and Remedies

    My BP yesterday was 111/66, used to be around 140/80 and sometimes higher, I credit my lower BP on natural herbs and amino acids I take, especially EDTA and Chinese Chlorella.
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    Lotions, Potions and Remedies

    Help with the old male problem of the over 50's, you know waking up in the middle of the night several times for a pee, enlarged prostate which affects most of us older men. Try Saw Palmetto, works for me, and from what I read German Doctors are prescribing it. It's the dried ground seeds of the Saw Palmetto plant. Some years back I contracted Lyme Disease, only known medical, I won't use cure, as there is no known medical cure, but medics use massive doses of antibiotics. Sometimes it works, but others have told me it made them feel worse than the disease itself. Mine cleared itself up with heavy doses of Vitamin C and high salt. BUT I relapsed after a year and I found something a Nevada Doctor advised, Catsclaw, it's from a south America vine, and is a natural antibiotic, within weeks I had the disease under control, and cured myself with it. There is still no medical cure for that nasty disease, and many I knew on a Lyme web site have followed my advise and cured themselves. One of the oldest known antibiotics known to the medical profession is "colloidal Silver" Was used up until the 1920's when the first drug type antibiotics were introduced. Well guess what?? It's now being used again as modern drug antibiotics are becoming useless. Colloidal silver is used on burn patients with great success.
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    Lotions, Potions and Remedies

    There are several natural things you can use for high and low BP, no good talking to your Doctor though, he's dead set against natural remedies, he doesn't get a kickback from big Pharma unless he prescribes their drugs. Two that "unclog the pipes" and remove heavy metals from the body, Chinese Chlorella, lead mercury, cadmium. EDTA removes plaque, proven and known since around 1942 by the medical profession too!! Also removes aluminium, lead and other heavy metals, a natural amino acid. There are others that have proven to help lower BP. History of EDTA, during WW2, shipyard spray painters were coming down with lead poison, so the medics experimented with EDTA, which worked, lead levels in the spray painters was returning to safe levels, but they also documented the one's who suffered high BP were now reading much lower. They carried out a scientific test, selected select patients, half were prescribed placebos, the other half EDTA. The ones with EDTA bp's returned to safe levels, it was also found it cleared plaque from their arteries. That's how it was discovered, that most folk with high BP had semi blocked arteries.
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    How's your day?

    Mines a Vizio soundbar with sub woofer and a couple of shelf speakers, I can't say it's hi fi though with speakers that small, but does us. I'm thinking of repairing the surround sound and comparing them, but as I've said a couple of times everything has to compete with the whistling in my ears.
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    Roughest area in Nottingham?

    I used to live off Briar Street in the late 50's, a terrace opposite the Hozene works, Osman Terrace. I think my parents moved from there around 1964ish to the London Road end of Kirke-White Street.
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    How's your day?

    When I lived in Oz, I built my own stereo amplifier, started off at 25 watts and I upgraded it to 50 watts per channel, my turntable was, and I still have it, a Realistic DC direct motor drive. It wasn't their top of the line, but the next one down, still expensive. My speakers were purchased through Dick Smith electronics, kit speakers, sounded pretty good, but back then I had good hearing, I added a home built two channel equalizer, and that stood me in good stead for years.
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    Things that pee you off

    We have been warned not to touch the carcasses or eat the pork, they are loaded with parasites, instructions are use a tractor bucket to collect them, either bury them or burn them. We are not allowed to shoot deer out of the hunting season, road kill deer yes. Not liking the taste of venison, I don't hunt them, I regularly see five or six white tail deer around the house site, they stand and listen to me talking to them. They are usually around 20 yards away and take off if I start to walk towards them.
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    Things that pee you off

    Feral pigs around here too Nonna, although not seen any as of yet, Missouri Conservation has a shoot on sight order out, as they do a lot of damage and highly dangerous to livestock and children.
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    Things that pee you off

    Each time the wife's encountered deer, she had deer scarers on the front bumper Dave. Over $2000 worth of damage to a Dodge truck, about a thousand to a Chevy S10, two hits with the S10 she is driving now, I'd say couple of grands worth in those two hits.
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    Things that pee you off

    I was speeding one early morning on the way home from work, country highway, so only dangers were big trucks, kangeroos and other wild life. I was doing around 100mph, yeh I know, but I'd done a hard shift underground and wanted to get to bed. DAMN, a fox right in the middle of my lane!! At that speed I daren't swerve, so I said to myself, "Oh Well" here's a few hundred bucks of damage coming up. All I heard was a loud bang, and a shimmy in the steering wheel, I had power steering. I got home, but in the poor street lighting I couldn't see any damage. When I got out of bed later on, I inspected my car, there were a couple of blood spots, but no damage. I suppose it depends on where the collision took place if you have any body damage. My wife's hit a fair few deer on the way home from the office and they cause a lot of expensive damage, That's why I fitted a heavy duty bumper bullbars to our latest truck.
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    Another new member

    I had a couple of mates who were educated at Mundella, and neither were "posh" typical working lads they were, lost contact with one of them years back the other's in Canada these days, I found him on FB several years back. We all served our elec apprenticeships together with the NCB.
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    Resignation

    I've decided to resign as an Admin/moderator on this site, it's just not worth the hassles, Mick now has my resignation and I asked him to remove my status as Admin. I don't contribute a great deal to the site, and haven't for a couple of years. I'm not back tracking from my decision, my mind is made up and my decision is final.
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    Things you don't see anymore

    This is one of those search engines...https://www.startpage.com/
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    Things you don't see anymore

    There's a way around that Dave, use two proxy servers, or a search engine that dosesn't log you through them, there are several now.
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    Things you don't see anymore

    I said phone services DJ, not individual phones, land line longs distance phone services are almost a thing of the past, they go from one auto exchange, uplinked to a satellite, then downlinked to a larger auto telephone exchange. Some years back we had a major solar flare that fried several satellites, caused chaos with phone systems in several countries.
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    Resignation

    Mick informed me he had removed my status a couple of days back, but it seems he hadn't done it properly. I still class myself as resigned no matter what my profile says. The only way for me to remove the status is to delete my profile and then register a new profile, and I'm not about to do that. I'll request Mick to look into it when he has time.
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    Things you don't see anymore

    99% of your phone services now go through Geosynchronous satellites, so you're probably right Ben...LOL
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    Things you don't see anymore

    To give an accurate position, you'd need two different satellites at one time, bit like fixing a radio station to track it down by "triangulation", only in that case on the same frequency. GPS uses two frequencies, one in the 1.2Ghz region and the other at 1.5Ghz region, antennas would be around 1/2 inch long. Yes satellite tv and radio uses one satellite per service, They are all in geosynchronous orbits, whereas GPS uses low earth orbiting satellites, better known as LEOS.
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    Things you don't see anymore

    Antennas for those frequencies are only about a half inch long at the most Dave, so it will be inside the case, probably across the top.
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    Image Attach Test

    Nope, you cannot directly load photos to this site, photos are "embedded" from a 3rd party site like Photobucket etc, you then use the URL of the photo itself and paste here.