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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Geoff738, Jan 16, 2020.
i HOPE THAT YOUR MOTHER IN LAW HAS A COMPLETE AND SPEEDY RECOVERY.
Thank you for your well considered post. I am well aware of the luxury that I have access to living in America. Hot cold running water that is safe to drink, foods to maintain my health, you know all mod cons .Even at what is considered sub-poverty income here in the east-bay, I am very grateful for my privileged position in the world
Peace and love , ping ping
Drinking water, also known as potable water, is water that is safe to drink or to use for food preparation. The amount of drinking water required to maintain good health varies, and depends on physical activity level, age, health-related issues, and environmental conditions.
I haven't read the entire thread, but the leading cause of death is abortion.
Does this mean we can't keep giving out free medical and legal advice to other guitar players? Crap, that was the funnest part.
Thank you. They turned matters around, got enough health to deal with the AFIB, and she's doing much better. It was really crazy how fast that got her in serous trouble, how it started AFIB, but also how much things turned around once the heart beat was also back in order. Freaky to see how bad and the turnaround from what happened.
It's great to hear your families good news , another survivor of interesting time, news that I' sure brings joy to everyone.
really? I like to find out more about the news you have shared Could you please direct me to this source of important information. Until I read your post I was completely uninformed about this issue.
At least it’s not the R.O.U.S’s.
Abortion is an event... The fetus must be killed first...
The article linked at the start and NPR both covered sepsis. NPR was not behind a paywall.
And again the link to the study in the Lancet https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(19)32989-7/fulltext
Scientific/ medical journal so a super fun read, but there it is . Sepsis responsible for just shy of 20% of global deaths. So, a lot.
and now we introduce the next leading cause of death "Slofies".
you can die in slow motion while falling backwards off mt fuji.. just makes me want to JjjjjjUuuuuMmmmmPppppp out of my skkkkkiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnn
Couldn't find the right tele?
Do we include social embarrassment in those death figures?..