When bikers play DOTS.
Even with them, it was alwasy about the topic. No moron references.
A chicken farmer went to a local bar, sat next to a nice woman, and ordered a glass of champagne.
The woman perks up and says, "How about that? I just ordered a glass of champagne, too!"
"What a coincidence," he said, "This is a really special day for me, I'm celebrating."
"This is a special day for me, too, and I'm also celebrating," says the woman.
"What a coincidence," says the man.
As they clinked glasses he asked, "What are you celebrating?"
"My husband and I have been trying to have a child, and today my gynecologist told me I'm pregnant!"
"What a coincidence," says the man. "I'm a chicken farmer. For months all my hens were infertile, but today they're finally laying fertilized eggs."
"That's great!" says the woman, "How did you manage that?"
"I switched cocks," he replied.
She smiled and said, "What a coincidence!"
A Japanese doctor said, 'Medicine in my country is so advanced that we can take a kidney out of one man, put it in another, and have him looking for work in six weeks.
A German doctor said, 'That's nothing, we can take a lung out of one person, put it in another, and have him looking for work in four weeks.'
A British doctor said, 'In my country, medicine is so advanced that we can take half of a heart out of one person, put it in another, and have them both looking for work in two weeks.
A Texas doctor, not to be outdone said, 'You guys are way behind. We took a man with no brains out of Texas; put him in the White House and now half the country is looking for work.'
Ruffian wrote: To Sierra skier - starting with happy belated Easter. I hope you didn't hit too hard on the slopes. I'm glad you were able to go. I truly appreciate your zen like approach. I believe you are in a perfect balance or it seems so. Actually I kinda know you are by the way you project yourself. Also you haven't told me how the KY trip went for your wife.
To Sierra skier - starting with happy belated Easter.
I hope you didn't hit too hard on the slopes. I'm glad you were able to go. I truly appreciate your zen like approach. I believe you are in a perfect balance or it seems so.
Actually I kinda know you are by the way you project yourself.
Also you haven't told me how the KY trip went for your wife.
Thanks, but both were hard hits though not debilitating, The shoulder and neck are still in recovery from being stiff and sore from the second fall but my skiis may have taken the worst from my training fall, wouln't know until I use them more to see if they begin to delaminate. I am good enough to shuffle bales from the top of the pile down for feeding the horses for my wife. As a skier when I fall I get back up, shake it off and continue skiing,,,, It's just what we do.
A perfect balance wouild be nice but not completely there. The zen like approach while skiing is a way to be mindless while living within the moment to experience the best possible carving turn we can. Quite a satisfying experience each time I do it well, Overall balance though is good with the constant battle for improvement. Don't we all wish we could attain the perfect balance in our lives. We just need to keep pressing in that direction. Staying with logic and managing emotion takes us a long way to keeping our balances in the proper direction.
Ky presented a great time and experience for my wife and her friend. They observed 3 great trainers take two 2 year old horses each from zero to as far as they could in 3 days with excellent results over all. They toured several facilities and returned with fun memories and good pictures to que them in the future.
I should use it to announce publicly that I will be selling my hoard of the shiny stuff to develop my recent land purchase.
just for the record.
so, when the SHTF or whatever we call the event that might bring the world back into realizing the value of the shinys, please note that I will not have any!
Sierra Skier, I didn't realize you had a bad spill on the slopes. I hope you recover well sir!
Ruff, life is treating me well! I am looking forward to summer more than usual. I recently bought 10ish acres of evergreen trees. Raw land. Beautiful area. Not "vibrant" at all, lol. Also, I won $10k on a sportsball game I didn't even watch earlier this year... that was nice!
IRB, waifu? is that when your wifi says F U and needs constant reseting?
It's a bloody mary morning after a 12 hour night shift here in Pennsylvania, life is good!
Cycles, cycles, cycles, everywhere ya look
BREAKING NEWS: (PART-I) New Study Reveals Charged Particle Radiation Has Increased by 30% Within Last 4 Years
A new study reveals space radiation is a much bigger worry than initially thought. Data about radiation levels spanning the last four years show the radiation environment is getting worse. Lead author Nathan Schwadron noted that it is at least 30 percent more intense than it was just four years ago. This information was obtained from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, an instrument that orbits the moon and has since 2009.
You might ask yourself…"why is Mitch spending so much time researching cosmic rays, rather than on the Sun-Earth connection". The answer is always evolving, but for now it encompasses two main reasons. 1) Scientific instruments along with short and long range space satellites, are turning in more new paradigms than any team of scientists can possible absorb. New information from instruments reaching out far into our universe shedding light (pun intended), on new concepts, some of which suggest rhythmic cyclical events very much the same as those found in the Sun-Earth connection. It is now…the Galaxy-Solar System connection.
2) As this article reveals, the increase in galactic cosmic rays entering our solar system, and further into our own planet's atmosphere. As you can see from the image above showing the current and last two solar cycles, each cycle is showing a lower and lower sunspot count which in-turn, indicates fewer solar events. At the same time of weaker solar cycles, Earth's magnetic field is weakening at exponential rates. These facts urge me to study all connected events and its possible causal effect on Earth in the way of natural phenomena such as escalation earthquake, volcanic, hurricane, and all extreme weather events. Also as you probably already know, I have a keen interest on the effects of electrical and magnetic variance on our brains and nervous system.
(More Coming in Part-II)
Dose rates of galactic cosmic rays were measured as part of their data-gathering methods. These rays are made up of primarily protons and nuclei that are now moving at incredibly rapid speeds as the result of cosmic events, such as supernovas. They can damage spacecraft, interfere with electronics, and can cause radiation sickness in those who travel often at 35,000 ft. on commercial airlines. Long-term effects could include cancer.
Experts believe the increase in radiation levels is connected to an 11-year period of low solar activity. The following will sound counter-intuitive, however, it accurately describes that periods of low solar activity, is often more dangerous than at times of high solar activity. When the Sun is at periods of high active, the process of solar flares, coronal mass ejections (CMEs), or coronal hole pulsations, deflect and disperse cosmic rays. Periods of low solar activity result in the influx of galactic cosmic rays.
Part-II Coming Next
I went down into Manhattan for St Paddy's Day recently. I had never been to NYC before and I figured that St Paddy's was a better day to go than most.
I saw some of the parade, got some asshole protesters to take down their signs so us people could see the damn thing. Had to hip and elbow check a couple people in the crowd because they were trying to push me around. Grew sick of the crowd so we left and did the usual touristy stuff. One glaring fact that I couldn't help but notice: there were no americans doing any of the service jobs other than bartending.
Like most cities in this country, it was a cold and declining place. If you want Halal plate of food NYC is apparently a great place for that. It is also a great place to be surrounded by r type rabbits.
I did have a good time because that's what I went there to do and I can have a good time most anywhere.
I got a very pretty self proclaimed "lesbian" to make out for a bit after a bit of verbal banter and game. I told her I could "straighten you out" and she agreed lmao. Pretty girls who claim to be lesbians are usually just birds with broken wings in my bit of experience. I probably shouldn't even mention it but it was the highlight of my day in NYC
A very fun and interesting day!
My friend got me to walk about a mile for an "awesome pizza joint" which was horrible. I then set out to find good pizza in manhattan. I saw many pizzas.I ate some because I was hungry, they weren't very good. In fact most were crap. one place had good ingredients but the pie was undercooked badly. Sad!
Manhattan really does appear to be a shithole. Which is quite ironic, since Trump comes from a place that is a shithole lulz. I'm sure it was better back in the day, but it's a shithole now! too funny! yet also... Sad!
stackaloha wrote: I should use it to announce publicly that I will be selling my hoard of the shiny stuff to develop my recent land purchase. just for the record. so, when the SHTF or whatever we call the event that might bring the world back into realizing the value of the shinys, please note that I will not have any! Sierra Skier, I didn't realize you had a bad spill on the slopes. I hope you recover well sir! Ruff, life is treating me well! I am looking forward to summer more than usual. I recently bought 10ish acres of evergreen trees. Raw land. Beautiful area. Not "vibrant" at all, lol. Also, I won $10k on a sportsball game I didn't even watch earlier this year... that was nice! IRB, waifu? is that when your wifi says F U and needs constant reseting? It's a bloody mary morning after a 12 hour night shift here in Pennsylvania, life is good!
I take falls every year but 2 hard ones in three days is unusual. Neither was devastating, but sore, yes. thanks for recovery wishes. All part of my price for pressing my limits with race training and the second fall, Telemark skiing.
Sorry to hear you have bailed on your PMs but it sounds like an upgrade to me, congrats. We changed out from residential living to 10 acres with a nice home, hay barn and pasture 3 years ago and haven't looked back. It now has a sweet shop also.
Ruffian, you go girl. Paid troll or misinformation agent,,,,,,,,,,,LOLOL. Even I know better, and yes your posts have improved dramatically. Always enjoy your thoughts and never know just what to expect.
When you look at this chart, what do you think is coming next?
If history is any indicator, there really isn't much upside because of resistance. repeated resistance and multiple tops. I would venture to guess that a false breakout will take place and then, well, then it's ice age time.
but it does look like it's in heavy resistance does it not?
Although if it was a silver or gold chart we all know that it would be easily manipulated downward.
but.. but... muh global warming dude!
Good luck with the development of your land, I hope it works out well You have traded one real asset for another, that I think is one key reason people like pm's. They have a timeless utility to allow the holder at a time of their choosing to exchange for other things Silver66
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