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Russian PM not joking extraterrestrials live among us according to MIB documentary
exopolitics.org ^ | January 2, 2013. | Dr Michael Salla on

Posted on 01/03/2013 6:36:29 PM PST by BenLurkin

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To: Darksheare

That’s the one, I take it?


141 posted on 01/05/2013 12:59:50 PM PST by null and void (The world is full of Maple Streets.)
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To: null and void

Back of the brain says yes.
But there are others out there that sound pretty bad.


142 posted on 01/05/2013 1:15:11 PM PST by Darksheare (Try my coffee, first one's free.....)
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To: Darksheare; null and void; Monkey Face; Silentgypsy

I haven’t had the feeling-warm surgery. I was standing by the fake fire yesterday mentioning how cold I felt, and Tom said, “That’s a symptom of anorexia!” After we all stared at him like he was nuts (which we do often, and he is), he said, “I mean, that iron-deficient thing!” “Anemia.” “Yeah, that!”

However, I take a vitamin with 150% of my RDV of iron, so I don’t think it’s that.


143 posted on 01/05/2013 1:49:26 PM PST by Tax-chick (The paint is in the basket with the skulls in there. Don't tell me you can't find it!)
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To: Tax-chick; null and void; Darksheare; Silentgypsy

My coldness (to the core!) is because of my poor circulation, which I have had since I was a child. This has resulted in angina, but it is not fatal.

Iron is not necessarily the item that is at fault for the feeling that one will never warm up. It could be as simple as a a low thyroid/poor circulation thingy. Both of which I am guilty of.

My heart is strong, and I have been taking kelp pills (thyroid-friendly) so I know that the occasional angina pangs are not dire.

Relax, TC! And see that Tom goes to medical school! He will be a “natural!”


144 posted on 01/05/2013 2:25:57 PM PST by Monkey Face (It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle)
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To: Monkey Face

Tagline!


145 posted on 01/05/2013 2:57:02 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus ont the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: Monkey Face

Correction!


146 posted on 01/05/2013 3:07:12 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus on the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: Monkey Face

I should get a new batch of kelp tablets: I used to take those for the iodine to stimulate my thyroid.

Tom will do great if he diagnoses “anorexia” for low iron ;-). Actually, Mom has suggested he could be a nurse, with his science interest, his size and strength, and his gift for taking care of babies.


147 posted on 01/05/2013 3:42:44 PM PST by Tax-chick (The paint is in the basket with the skulls in there. Don't tell me you can't find it!)
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To: Tax-chick

I had a busy real-life day, well, somewhat busy, more time-consuming than busy, but didn’t make it to Wally World. :’)


148 posted on 01/05/2013 3:47:29 PM PST by SunkenCiv (Romney would have been worse, if you're a dumb ass.)
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To: Tax-chick

I take a lot of kelp because I know my thyroid is slow. (Slow heartbeat, from WAY back!)

I think Tom would excel in the neonatal field, whether he becomes a doctor or nurse. The sky is the limit!


149 posted on 01/05/2013 3:48:34 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus on the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: Tax-chick

I take a lot of kelp because I know my thyroid is slow. (Slow heartbeat, from WAY back!)

I think Tom would excel in the neonatal field, whether he becomes a doctor or nurse. The sky is the limit!


150 posted on 01/05/2013 3:50:04 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus on the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: SunkenCiv; Monkey Face

I didn’t go there today, either, which is unusual for me, but I did go to PetsMart, where I got crickets, a light bulb, and clearance-sale cat food.


151 posted on 01/05/2013 3:52:13 PM PST by Tax-chick (The paint is in the basket with the skulls in there. Don't tell me you can't find it!)
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To: SunkenCiv

Wally World only allows you to see the Aliens for who and what they really are. The price for this is RIGHT! LOL!

:o])


152 posted on 01/05/2013 3:55:50 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus on the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: Monkey Face; SunkenCiv

It’s true ... if you spend a lot of time at Walmart, nothing else in life can surprise you. It’s very interesting about 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, at which hour I have made some emergency trips for diapers and/or doughnuts.


153 posted on 01/05/2013 4:03:48 PM PST by Tax-chick (The paint is in the basket with the skulls in there. Don't tell me you can't find it!)
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To: Tax-chick

And, at 5:00 on weekdays, no one but the stocking crew is crowding the aisle you need to meander along. Which is why I am SO outta here in the freezing dark on the days I need to shop! LOL!


154 posted on 01/05/2013 4:33:56 PM PST by Monkey Face (Always focus on the windshield and not the rear view mirror. Colin Powell. *paraphrased*)
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To: Tax-chick

Maybe you need a measure of your iron-binding capacity. Then, again, it could be a bunch of other things. You have to give Tom credit for his concern and for trying. After all, he can tell a raven from a crow. Or something.


155 posted on 01/05/2013 8:20:36 PM PST by Silentgypsy (If you love your freedom, thank a vet.)
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To: null and void
What surgery makes one feel warm?

Removal of one's ovaries. Surgical menopause is a particularly violent assault upon one's physiognomy. (Not as violent as torture, however.)

156 posted on 01/05/2013 8:28:08 PM PST by Silentgypsy (If you love your freedom, thank a vet.)
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To: Monkey Face

I’m only 1/8 injun. How injun are you?


157 posted on 01/05/2013 8:29:50 PM PST by Silentgypsy (If you love your freedom, thank a vet.)
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To: Darksheare

Was there a prior warning about the stale tuna melt? It’s not in the old memory bank.


158 posted on 01/05/2013 8:31:46 PM PST by Silentgypsy (If you love your freedom, thank a vet.)
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To: Silentgypsy

*croquettes*


159 posted on 01/05/2013 8:37:38 PM PST by Silentgypsy (If you love your freedom, thank a vet.)
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To: Silentgypsy

I was afraid it would be something that wouldn’t work for me.


160 posted on 01/05/2013 9:09:10 PM PST by null and void (The world is full of Maple Streets.)
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