Old Age Is Hell

The body gets stiff

You get cramps in your legs

Corns on your feet

As big as hen eggs

 

Gas on your stomach

Elimination is poor

Take Ex Lax at night

And then your not sure

 

You soak in the tub

Or your body will smell

It’s like I said folks

Old age is Hell

 

Your teeth start decaying

Your eyesight is poor

Hair falling out

All over the floor

 

Sex life is short

It’s a thing of the past

Don’t kid yourself friend

Even that doesn’t last

 

Can’t go to parties

Don’t dance anymore

Just to put things mildly

You’re a helluva bore

 

Liquor is out

Can’t take a chance

Your bladder is weak

Might pee in your pants

 

Nothing to plan for

Nothing to expect

Just the mailman comes

With your Security check

 

Now be sure your affairs are in order

And your will is made out right

Or on the way to the graveyard

There will be a helluva fight

 

You look pretty good

You look fairly well

Thank God your alive

Old age is HELL !

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Crypto Trading Robots Or Multi-hybrid Trading Algorithm Software

By Oro Cas

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When Bitcoin first appeared, I was moderately curious, and placed it on my things to keep an eye on list. In 2016, my life slowed down, and I dug out that list. Bitcoin was ramping up, but I didn’t have the knowledge I needed. I began my journey to educate myself and perform my due diligence about the products and services that have sprouted up around this infant market.

We started out in the field of lending platforms. The one aspect of those that gave me the most pause was I didn’t have control of my money for a certain amount of time. It was also the aspect that came back to bite us after our initial success.

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Catch 22 Is Alive And Well

Paths I Walk

By Paula & Oro Cas

Catch-22:  A dilemma or difficult circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions.

I sit looking at this document wondering how to write about the craptastic Catch-22 that has appeared in my husband’s life. My husband is one of the millions of people who suffer with chronic pain. His journey to where he is today began 35 years ago when he worked for a traveling carnival. While working to repair a ride, the clutch holding the ride’s car opposite the repairmen failed sending the cars around the track. Hubby and two other workers fell 50 feet resulting in multiple fractures and life threatening injuries. Combine those injuries with 30 years of commercial truck driving, a near fatal lightning strike resulting in damage to his nerve sheaths and joints, along with degenerative disk disease, stenosis, scoliosis, and osteoarthritis ……

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Antibiotics Are Killing You

What you DON”T know about antibiotics is killing you.

How many people do you know who have never taken an antibiotic in their lifetime ? Probably not very many. The fact is a large majority of people in this country and around the world have been prescribed an antibiotic at one point or another.

Would you have been willing to take that pill or injection if someone told you beforehand that there was a good chance your entire body make up would be changed ?

The lady who wrote the story I’m sharing is an incredible person with an inner strength that can only be understood by myself and others who are living with the physical effects  of this problem.

If your body seems to be breaking down quicker than normal then you will want to check Amy’s post out because she has shared a wealth of information on the subject.

This is the link to Amy’s story.  >>> This antibiotic will ruin you. 

The Government Waged a War on a Plant and LOST…

The plaintiffs, including an Iraq War veteran, a child with a seizure disorder and an ex-NFL player, claimed that the CSA’s classification of cannabis as a Schedule I substance is so “irrational” that it violates the U.S. Constitution.

via Lawsuit challenging Sessions and the DEA over marijuana’s Schedule I status dismissed by federal judge — The Cannabist

Liebster Award Nomination

 

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I know a woman. Her name is Paula. I have known her since I was in the 7th grade. When I first met her she was friends with my older brother. They would hang out together working on school projects and she even made a few appearances to our house for supper and a visit.  Even though I was younger than her by five years, she still lit my fire.

Skip ahead to the 80’s and you will find that Paula and I had a chance meeting. It was completely unexpected for both of us and, even though it was brief, it would lead to our first date a few months later.

That first date took place in the month of September of 1985 and we would end up seeing each other every night after that until January, 10th of 1986. The next day, which happened to be January 11th, I watched as she walked down the aisle with her father. When they reached the front of the church he handed her over to me and we became a happily married couple.

Today it has been just over a month since we celebrated thirty two years together. As with any marriage that stands the test of time we have had our good times, bad times, and even times when we questioned why we were still together, but through it all we have remained a happily married couple as we promised each other on a cold day in 1986.

The reason I have taken the time to explain the success of our marriage is because she is the one to nominate me for this fantastic award along with the opportunity to spread my success on to other writers. It is an honor for me and I love my wife for including me.

First an explanation of the award.

The Liebster Award recognizes and celebrates bloggers, their content, skill, and contribution to the blogging community. The rules for accepting a nomination are:

Acknowledge the blogger who nominated your blog.

Answer the questions.

Nominate 11 bloggers to encourage them.

Ask them 11 questions.

Let them know you have nominated them.

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This Old Clock

In the mid sixties during the early years of the Vietnam War my grandmothers youngest son, my Uncle Curtis, was stationed in Germany with the US Army. While there he visited the Black Forest area and during his visit he decided to buy three clocks for my grandmother.

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One was a cuckoo clock and the other two were known as “Parlor” clocks. One of them was a large rectangle box shaped beauty with a large face attached to hand made clock works inside a dark wooden cabinet with old fashioned glass all the way around in the shape of cut out windows. It made a magical sound when it chimed on the half and full hour.

The third clock (in the picture) was the fanciest and biggest clock of the three. It hung in the front room of the house I grew up in and was always one of the first things noticed by first time visitors. When it chimed you could hear it no matter where in the house you were. It was a deep sounding ring followed by a higher pitched ring that vibrated in your head if you happened to be in the same room.

One of my favorite stories about this clock happened one year during the Christmas season.

If memory serves me right I had just turned twelve a month before one particular Christmas eve when my older brother, younger sister, and I cooked up a plan to beat our parents long standing rule about Christmas morning.

To understand the rule I must first give you a mental picture of a typical December at our house in the early seventies.

My parents always made sure Christmas was pretty special when we were growing up. There was always a pile of presents for each of us, most of which we had asked for but every year there was always at least one surprise gift for each of us and my mother went to extremes to keep secret.

They would start the yearly gift buying just after Thanksgiving and it became a game for us about where presents were hidden and who’s name was on them. Most of their secrets stayed that way but it was always fun to search.

Another really cool thing about my time growing up was moving in with my grandparents, which happened soon after my Uncle Curtis was killed in Vietnam. He was given orders to go there from Germany where he had just sent my grandmother’s clocks from.

What made this really bad time in our lives a little better was the fact we came together as a family, and as a result my brother, sister, and I ended up with two sets of parents. It also meant that Mom would come up with “The Rule” about the same time.

The rule was simple. We could get up and come downstairs to the front room but no one was allowed to enter the living room until our grandparents had joined us in the front room. This was a big deal for my mother because of the time she spent transforming the living room into a magical place for Christmas morning and she always wanted everyone in the family to experience it together on that special morning.

That was also about the time my siblings and I realized that if we got up a little bit early we could make “Christmas morning” happen sooner. Like two hours early the first time we tried it.

The three of us decided to wake up and meet in the hall at 4 am. My younger sister was sent in to wake up the grandparents who had their room on the second floor with us.         Once the grandparents were on their way down the stairs we would be in the front room and the noise would wake our parents on cue.

The plan worked great the first time we tried it, but the second time was when I was 12. Due to the previous years plan, which was figured out pretty quick, the new rule from our mother was “time based”, meaning we had to wait until 6 am to be in the front room with grandparents in tow.

No biggie … We just revised our plan to include setting every single clock in the house back by three hours, meaning Christmas morning that year was to take place at 3 am.

After meeting in the hall at the set time, which was 2:30 am, my brother and I proceeded to change all the clocks. Since he was the oldest and also the tallest he got the job of changing all three German clocks while I was sent on my part of the mission which was to crawl into our parents’ bedroom and change their alarm clock to match the rest in the house.

Once everything was set we sent my sister upstairs to wake up the grandparents and you know the rest of the story. Well almost the rest.

We all had a fantastic Christmas morning right up to the point where my grandfather suggested making everyone breakfast, and my mother looked outside to see pitch blackness. You would think we had it coming but once again since it was Christmas morning, my mother laughed it off with the same promise it wouldn’t happen again.

Crypto Coinage

There is a storm in progress. This storm started in 2007 when Satoshi Nakamoto came up with the idea for Bitcoin.

In 2010 a guy paid for his pizza using Bitcoin to become the first person to make a Bitcoin transaction for an everyday product. The pizza cost around 10,000 Bitcoin. Do the math for an average priced pizza at that time and you find that one dollar bought you a lot of Bitcoin.

How much would you pay for the same pizza today with Bitcoin closing in on $15,000. per coin? Easy… it would be a pizza worth 1.5 million dollars. All in less than seven years.

The good news is no matter how high the price of Bitcoin goes the opportunity to take a small amount of money and turn it into a very comfortable retirement account or more is still the same today as it was when 1 BTC cost less than a dollar. The “why” part of that statement would take a while to explain but it has to do with the numerous new coins being produced on a weekly basis.

On one hand this is a good thing but on the other hand it is bad.

Lots of new coins, exchanges, groups, and clubs springing up and some are worth while to study and get involved with and others are nothing more than a scam.

I have very little experience in doing coin deals but what I do have is a brain that works like a sponge to water. I have spent upwards of 300 hours study time on the entire subject without spending a dime on coins.

Like anything new, there is a learning curve and those who are willing to learn the details are being rewarded with life changing money that is recurring on a weekly basis.

When I was introduced to MLM and network marketing in the mid 90’s I learned a lot about marketing and also attitude but the most important lesson I learned was if you want to be successful in something new you find the people who are already making it work and you copy what they are doing.

It worked in mlm and it is also working with “coinage mining”.

Follow success.

Personally I am somewhere in the middle of that curve as I absorb as much about coinage as possible. Things are about to get interesting next month when coinage is introduced to the futures market. There are different opinions about the effect this will have on both coinage and the markets and only time will tell but if you are already gambling on coinage and understand how they work then I believe there will be huge gains to be made over the long haul.

It is funny to watch all the so called experts on the financial TV shows like CNBC and Fox Business as they talk about Bitcoin as if it is a stock pick or a bubble. It makes me wonder if they are really that ignorant or if they are being told to downplay it on purpose. Either way it seems the topic of coinage has gone from being mentioned once or twice a week to being an everyday subject. The same is true on the internet on sites that used to be against it that are now touting it as the next great thing.

I started a private Facebook group on the subject which you can find here …The CC Club . Even though it is a new group we have attracted quite a few very knowledgeable people and been introduced to a plethora of great information along with a few good opportunities to be involved in a group setting. More people = more profits for everyone.

I am excited about the future of coinage and look forward to the possibility of creating life changing wealth in a short period of time.

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Still 0 Deaths From Cannabis

via Mainstream Media Is Spreading Fake News About Marijuana Killing a Baby

Back Surgery Videos

The link below will take you to a very helpful website if you or someone you know suffers from chronic back pain.

This is the best list of videos in one place that I know of and many of them have been helpful to me in my journey with lifetime chronic back problems.

https://www.spine-health.com/treatment/back-surgery/videos