I Wanna Know Why…

So... New Hampshire democrat voters just went out in cold drizzly weather to place their votes and select the candidate they want to run in the next election for President. Most of the votes went to the declared socialist candidate and the openly gay candidate. I don’t care. Other candidates came in far behind and a couple of them actually dropped out of the race. A couple of them came in a lot further back than they expected but are still sticking around, just KNOWING that they will come on strong in later states. I still don’t care.

Exit polling is where i start paying attention. Of all the democrat voters, a full 78% said that they HATE PRESIDENT DONALD JOHN TRUMP!!! I just wanna know WHY? what is it about The Donald that brings about such deep and abiding hatred and vitriol? I know I’ve heard claims from left about what a horrible and despicable reprobate he is, but what about him is so bad?

First, I’ll cover his policies and accomplishments that they may hate.

Maybe is the jobs?

  • 4 million new jobs have been created since the election, and more than 3.5 million since Trump took office.
  • More Americans are employed now than ever before in our history.
  • Jobless claims at lowest level in nearly five decades.
  • The economy has achieved the longest positive job-growth streak on record.
  • Job openings are at an all-time high and outnumber job seekers for the first time on record.
  • Unemployment claims at 50 year low
  • African-American, Hispanic, and Asian-American unemployment rates have all recently reached record lows.
    • African-American unemployment hit a record low of 5.9 percent in May 2018.
    • Hispanic unemployment at 4.5 percent.
    • Asian-American unemployment at record low of 2 percent.
  • Women’s unemployment recently at lowest rate in nearly 65 years.
    • Female unemployment dropped to 3.6 percent in May 2018, the lowest since October 1953.
  • Youth unemployment recently reached its lowest level in more than 50 years.
    • July 2018’s youth unemployment rate of 9.2 percent was the lowest since July 1966.
  • Veterans’ unemployment recently hit its lowest level in nearly two decades.
    • July 2018’s veterans’ unemployment rate of 3.0 percent matched the lowest rate since May 2001.
  • Unemployment rate for Americans without a high school diploma recently reached a record low.
  • Rate for disabled Americans recently hit a record low.
  • Blue-collar jobs recently grew at the fastest rate in more than three decades.
  • Poll found that 85 percent of blue-collar workers believe their lives are headed “in the right direction.”
    • 68 percent reported receiving a pay increase in the past year.
  • Last year, job satisfaction among American workers hit its highest level since 2005.
  • Nearly two-thirds of Americans rate now as a good time to find a quality job.
    • Optimism about the availability of good jobs has grown by 25 percent.
  • Added more than 400,000 manufacturing jobs since the election.
    • Manufacturing employment is growing at its fastest pace in more than two decades.
  • 100,000 new jobs supporting the production & transport of oil & natural gas.

No… Maybe not that.

Maybe its Income?

  • Median household income rose to $61,372 in 2017, a post-recession high.
  • Wages up in August by their fastest rate since June 2009.
  • Paychecks rose by 3.3 percent between 2016 and 2017, the most in a decade.
  • Council of Economic Advisers found that real wage compensation has grown by 1.4 percent over the past year.
  • Some 3.9 million Americans off food stamps since the election.
  • Median income for Hispanic-Americans rose by 3.7 percent and surpassed $50,000 for the first time ever in history.
    • Home-ownership among Hispanics is at the highest rate in nearly a decade.
  • Poverty rates for African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans have reached their lowest levels ever recorded.


No

No. That cant be it…

Maybe its business?

  • Investment is flooding back into the United States due to the tax cuts.
    • Over $450 billion dollars has already poured back into the U.S., including more than $300 billion in the first quarter of 2018.
  • Retail sales have surged. Commerce Department figures from August show that retail sales increased 0.5 percent in July 2018, an increase of 6.4 percent from July 2017.
  • ISM’s index of manufacturing scored its highest reading in 14 years.
  • Worker productivity is the highest it has been in more than three years.
  • Steel and aluminum producers are re-opening.
  • Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and NASDAQ have all notched record highs.
    • Dow hit record highs 70 times in 2017 alone, the most ever recorded in one year.

Just one more. Maybe it’s healthcare…

  • Signed an executive order to help minimize the financial burden felt by American households Signed legislation to improve the National Suicide Hotline.
  • Signed the most comprehensive childhood cancer legislation ever into law, which will advance childhood cancer research and improve treatments.
  • Signed Right-to-Try legislation, expanding health care options for terminally ill patients.
  • Enacted changes to the Medicare 340B program, saving seniors an estimated $320 million on drugs in 2018 alone.
  • FDA set a new record for generic drug approvals in 2017, saving consumers nearly $9 billion.
  • Released a blueprint to drive down drug prices for American patients, leading multiple major drug companies to announce they will freeze or reverse price increases.
  • Expanded short-term, limited-duration health plans.
  • Let more employers to form Association Health Plans, enabling more small businesses to join together and affordably provide health insurance to their employees.
  • Cut Obamacare’s burdensome individual mandate penalty.
  • Signed legislation repealing Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board, also known as the “death panels.”
  • USDA invested more than $1 billion in rural health care in 2017, Letsaccess to health care for 2.5 million people in rural communities across 41 states
  • Proposed Title X rule to help ensure taxpayers do not fund the abortion industry in violation of the law.
  • Reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy to keep foreign aid from supporting the global abortion industry.
  • HHS formed a new division over protecting the rights of conscience and religious freedom.
  • Overturned Obama administration’s midnight regulation prohibiting states from defunding certain abortion facilities.
  • Signed executive order to help ensure that religious organizations are not forced to choose between violating their religious beliefs by complying with Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate or shutting their doors.

Lets move on to some of their talking points…

Trump is literally HITLER!!!

This is usually said by people who literally don’t know what “literally” means and who have no concept of who Hitler was. They only know that other liberal scream it, so it must be true. Adolph Hitler was the Nazi leader of WWII Germany and wanted to conquer the world. In the process, he slaughtered more than 20 Million Jews, Russians, Slavs, Catholics, Poles, A variety of different religions, disabled, political prisoners and homosexuals (to name a few.) Until Trump starts gathering up “undesirables” into concentration camps and slaughtering them en mass, I call BS on your claims of Hitler and Nazi. (By the way, “Nazi” stands for National Socialist, just like Most of the current democrats)

Trump puts children in cages and separates them from their parents!

Sounds terrible, doesn’t it? Truth is, the separation policy started with Bill Clinton and those cages were built under the Obama administration. Trump, however, ended the separation and cage policy. Just sayin’…

Trump is Anti-Semitic. Actually Trump is the most Pro-Jew and Pro-Israel American president… EVER!!!

Trump is a RAAACCIIISSSTT!!! (Racist always has to be screamed) Actually, Trump was never called a racist until he decided to run in the Republican primary and in fact received an award from Jesse Jackson for his help with Black youth.

There is so much more, but everything can be honestly rebutted. I want to hear from you about what a horrible person the president is. Remember, I WANNA KNOW WHY he is so hated.

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I Don’t Believe in the Pandemic…

I do believe that there is a CoronaVirus called Covid 19, but I don’t believe the hype of the pandemic. There are many Corona Viruses. The ”Common Cold” is a Corona Virus and, as we know, there is no cure for the common cold. It has always been with us. It will always be with us. Just like Covid 19. President Biden said he will whip this pandemic. He won’t. Nobody will. There is also SARS CoV-2, SARS CoV, MERS-CoV, HCoV-NL63 and others. These and many other are all coronaviruses.

I was told that my beloved Aunt, in her eighties, died of pneumonia and Covid 19. Eighties, overweight, sedentary lifestyle, pneumonia, listed as a Covid 19 death. Why? Because they have to keep the numbers up, to keep us scared, to keep up compliance, to make us obedient to the government.

Another example is George Floyd. On Fentanyl, on meth, an idiot racist cop kneeling on his neck for almost 9 minutes while others looked on. Later at the autopsy it was discovered that he was also positive with Covid 19. PRESTO! George Floyd is listed as another Covid 19 death. Gotta keep those numbers higher, keep us scared, keep up compliance, keep us obedient to the government.

I also have a problem believing in the series of vaccines they keep pushing at us. first shot, second shot, booster shot, Second booster shot. People keep testing positive, even all the politicians who are all shot and boosted and telling us that we should be as well. Why? The vaccines don’t seem to be effective in protecting anyone. They have to keep us compliant and obedient to the government.

What about masks? The M95 mask Is said to filter out 95% of the virus particles, the common surgical masks filter out 60-80 % of the particles. Most people I have observed are wearing home made cloth masks, more as a fashion statement than as a preventative, and they filter out very little. I, personally, prefer to not wear a mask unless I’m entering a place that requires them, like a doctors office. I keep one in my car for just such an occasion. Basically, i think masks are as useless as the vaccines and as useless as our politicians, but we must keep scared, compliant and obedient. The problem is that I don’t care to be scared, be be compliant or be obedient. I HAVE A FACE, AND I’M NOT AFRAID TO USE IT!!!

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Ali and Jordan

Ali and Jordan

Throughout black history, great black athletes have served as role models to America’s youth, in a way that may not have been possible for others leaders. To be sure, some of these great heroes of athletics have become virtually godlike to many sports fans and not just those in the black community. Many people of all races who may have never been interested in boxing or basketball before, found themselves glued to the TV or radio when either of these icons performed.

Michael Jordon’s ability on the basketball court during his career at times seems to be virtually superhuman. And the career of Mohammed Ali sent such a powerful message of black pride to black and white America that he virtually transformed social perception of the black man through sheer talent and attitude.

Before Mohammed Ali came along, the idea of a black boxer, even a very good black boxer becoming such a central figure for black pride seemed unlikely. But Ali demonstrated something to the youth of the black community that was so inspirational that it helped to transform their world view like no other public figure could have done.

With his swagger and braggadocio, Ali stood out as a proud black man in such a way that had never been seen before. His use of rhyme with such phrases as “I float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” to his self promotion maintaining “I’m pretty”, that sent a message to black and white admirer alike. And that message was loud and clear. Ali was black and he was proud and other black men and women in America have just as much reason to be proud as he was.

This was an important message because coming out of years of oppression, it was sometimes difficult for black youth to gain a sense of pride and the self assurance needed to get out there and be a success. It took the work of great black role models such as Mohammed Ali to let them know that it is allowable for you to be proud and to be great as well. For Ali didn’t back up his claims with just boasts. He was truly a great black athlete as well. So when Ali bragged that he was “pretty”, he showed that the way he fought truly was a thing of beauty.

That same excellence and how it has been used to inspire the black community can be found in the phenomenal career of Michael Jordon. In the same way that Ali’s talent seemed to eclipse even the genre of boxing, Jordon was so phenomenal at basketball that he became an icon of excellence and skill and a role model for black youth across the country. Both of these men recognized that God had given them this tremendous talent and the opportunities to reach their potential. And they worked hard to be a role model to their community so others would be inspired to be their best as well.

Moreover, great black sports heroes also provided healing by setting a high standard of excellence for sports fans of all races to admire. It wasn’t just black sports fans who adored the work of Mohammed Ali and Michael Jordon. They became true heroes to anyone to whom sports was an important part of life.

Sports is an arena where people can come together and find common ground. Like entertainment, there is a world of sports that bonds all who enjoy the exploits of sports heroes whether on the baseball diamond, the football field, the boxing arena or the basketball stadium. Sports fans value their heroes based on talent, achievement and ability to do that one thing everybody in sports admires – to be a winner. Mohammed Ali and Michael Jordon are certainly the embodiment of great black men who were also in every way winners. We all admire that regardless of race, color or creed because everybody loves a winner.

Ali Vs. Ali

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RACE PIMPS

Race Pimps

Race Pimps… They are everywhere today. Like a pimp who has women on the
street, a race pimp sells race and racism at every turn and makes a good
living at it. Race pimps used to just be a handful of people
on the left, I won’t name names right now, but you know who they are. They give themselves titles like “Reverend”, fly in private jets, ride in limousines and never work an honest days work in their lives, but times have changed and others are getting into the act for their cut of the money.


The media is now full force into the game and the average American is
getting sick of it. Example, CNN… EVERY news caster on the former Cable
News Network has turned away from actually telling Americans the News
and now spends most of their air time selling racism. It seems to now be a
requirement to accuse the President or any other Republican of being a
Racist. No proof or evidence is ever needed, just the accusation is enough.
They think that a constant attack against the President will help their careers
but their ratings slip lower and lower every day.


Current cycle? The President jumped into the middle of a feud among House
Democrats, saying about progressives “now loudly and viciously telling the
people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on
Earth, how our government should be run. Why don’t they go back and help
fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.” He
never mentioned anyone by name, he never mentioned anyone’s gender and
he didn’t mention anyone’s skin color, but four freshman Congresswomen
(of color) jumped up and and said “He’s talking about us, and that makes
him a racist” The lame stream media immediately jumped in and called for
impeachment, assassination, the rape of his wife and his son and many other
unsavory acts. Not a one of them mentioned anything about the totally
broken and crime infested places he mentioned.


Next he mentioned Baltimore, Maryland being a “disgusting rat and rodent
infested mess”. Rep. Elijah Cummings has represented that district for over
30 years and it IS rat infested and disgustingly filthy, so that means the
President is a racist because Elijah Cummings is black. However, several
years ago, Cummings himself called his district “drug Infested” likening the
residents to “Zombies”. (This was long before Donald Trump became
President) Doesn’t that make Cummings a racist as well since the
representative of that district is a black man? The media, again, is on the air
screaming “RACISM” (“Racist” and “Racism” always have to be screamed.
It’s in the rules.)


It’s not all about race or racism, but reality. Although he hasn’t mentioned it
yet (and I think he should) Nancy Pelosi also represents a district that is
filthy, drug infested, full of human feces and homeless junkies. It’s not about
race, but democrat leadership. Throughout the country the highest crime
rates, filth rates, homeless rates are all found in traditionally democrat
controlled districts and cities. If people in these cities and districts want to
see improvements, they need to stop voting for democrats.


So, I ask; What has the President actually said that is actually racist. We
now that the media twists everything he says into something racist, but the
racism always comes out of THEIR mouths, not his. He never said to Women
of Color “go back where you came from” as if they came from another
country and he wants to kick them out. He told them to go help fix the
broken and crime infested places from which they came. Big difference. You
need to get actual quotes from the President, not just believe every word out
of the CNN anchor’s mouth. I, personally, follow President Trump on
Twitter, I don’t just automatically believe what the news guy says that he tweeted. I actually read his tweets and have never seen a racist tweet.
The “News” people don’t say what the President actually said, but
their interpretation of what he said. Again, big difference.


“The President said that all Mexican immigrants are murderers and rapists!
He called them animals!” No. He didn’t say that. He did, however, use those
words to describe MS 13 gang members. “The president is ripping babies out of the arms of their mothers and separating families! Putting children in
cages!” No. The separation of families was Bill Clinton’s policy and it was
Barack Obama who had the cages built. President Trump ended the policy of
separating families. “President Trump said that White Nationalist Klan
members are decent people!” No,he said that there were decent people on both sides (of the monument dispute) and he made it very clear, in the very
next sentence, that he was not talking about the white nationalists. (The
media likes to leave off the second sentence.)

The unfortunate thing is that too many people get their news from the
dedicated Trump haters at CNN, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, etc. These organizations
stopped being “News Media” long ago and are now nothing more than the
propaganda wing of the Socialist Democrat party. Very little actual
news is reported unless they can twist it into something negative about the
President. With Fox news you can get some actual news, or more than one
side of a story, but even they have hired socialists for their commentaries.
Maybe, someday, we can get back to actual news, but until that day, we have
to pick and choose carefully who we listen to…


My recommendation, if you want straight news reporting, watch Newsmax…

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Reparations for Slavery?

So… The subject of reparations for slavery has come back up in the media and in Congress. It usually comes up when it is election time and candidates are trying to pander to black voters. (they tend to ignore black voters between elections) its the same thing every election cycle and anyone with open eyes can see it.

Let’s go back in history to that democrat icon, Franklin Roosevelt. He signed Executive Order 9066.From 1942 to 1945, it was the policy of the US Government that people of Japanese descent would be interred in isolated camps. (History Channel) All together there were about 117,000 people of Japanese descent (most of them American Citizens) relocated into internment camps around the country. Star Trek actor, George Tekei and his family were among those interred.


In 1988, President Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act to compensate more than 100,000 people of Japanese descent who were incarcerated in internment camps during World War II. The legislation offered a formal apology and paid out $20,000 in compensation to each surviving victim. The law won congressional approval only after a decade-long campaign by the Japanese-American community. These reparations were paid to those who were actually interred.

The argument seems to be that no one alive today lived through that time of slavery in America so there is no one to whom reparations should be made. Others say that white people today are much better off due to the suffering of black slaves so their ancestors should receive the reparations.

OK… Say that congress passes a law and the President signs it and reparations are going to be paid for slavery. HOW WOULD IT BE PAID? Say you are only half black (like Obama of instance) would you only get half the money? What if your family came from Africa long after slavery (like Obama for instance) would you still get paid?

At the height of slavery in America only about two and a half percent of white Americans owned slaves and many slaves were owned by black plantation owners. Do all white people have to pay for what a small percentage of white people did? Do the descendants of those black slave owners have to pay as well? Do you have to prove when your forbears arrived in America or that they were, indeed, slaves? I happen to know that on one side of my family there were slave owners and dealers, but not on the other side. Should I only have to pay half as much? Do you just have to show up and display your skin color to get your check?

Millions of black (and white) people are in slavery around the world today but a certain industry (The Victim Industry) in America can’t make any money off them, so THEY DON’T COUNT. There are certain people, I’m sure I don’t have to name names here,
that give themselves “titles”, fly around in jets and ride in limos to wherever the money looks good. They have never worked an honest day in their lives, but they stand up in front of cameras looking solemn or angry, point to the crowd and cry “VICTIM!” The people, assured that they are victims, go out and riot, loot, burn, get arrested or shot with rubber bullets or blasted with water canons, and the man who incited all this activity is nowhere near the action. I call these people “Race Pimps”. A pimp is a person who puts his people out in the streets. The people get screwed and the pimp gets rich.

Although millions of black people are in slavery around the world today, slavery ended in America. In fact over 620,000 white people died to end slavery in this country.

You’re Welcome…

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Practical Jokes

Pranks, gags, practical jokes, call them what you want, but they happen every day around the world any time of the day or night. Some people really get serious about their pranks, some consider themselves to be an “aficionado of the art form”. Some will even go to extravagant extremes to fulfill their need for a laugh. Most of the time there is a specific person being targeted, but, as we have seen on TV, the target can be any unfortunate person that happens to walk by.

Back in 1947, Allan Funt started the ball rolling on early radio with “Candid Microphone” but then moved to television with “Candid Camera“. That was a hidden camera program in which people found themselves in strange or unusual situations and their humorous reactions were caught on camera and later broadcast.

Allan Funt. The Father Of The Practical Joke

Later, in the 80′s he did a series of “adult oriented” like What Do You Say To A Naked Lady? and films called “Candid Candid Camera”. Allen’s son, Peter appeared in many episodes and took over as host in 1987. He carries on the family tradition and is the current president of Laughter Therapy Foundation, a non-profit organization started by his father in 1982. Candid Camera can still be seen on youtube hosted by Peter Funt and Myam Bialik

Others have tried to copy the success of Funt’s program with shows like “Punk’d”, but they don’t seem to have the same magic. The new shows seem to be more about cruelly embarrassing someone instead of just getting a laugh. I should give mention to April Fools jokes and pranks. They can be fun, but, if you re a true prankster, I believe you should take that day off and leave it for the amateurs.

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Brown VS Board of Education

In 1951, thirteen families in the small community of Topeka, Kansas got together to do something about an unjust situation. The board of education of their community was allowing racial segregation in the school system based on an out of date 1879 law. The leader of this group of concerned parents was Oliver J. Brown and the outcome of what started out as a few parents trying to make life better for their children became one of the most infamous and influential supreme court cases in history known as Brown versus the Board of Education.

Linda Brown. Her father started the battle to get his daughter a good education

The practice of school segregation had become a common and accepted practice in American society despite many movements in the history of civil rights to stop the separation of black society from white. The justification that segregation provided a “separate but equal” setting which benefited education, the truth was it was a thinly veiled attempt to deprive African American children of the quality of education that all people need to excel in the modern world.

The case continued to gather momentum until it came before the Supreme Court in May of 1954. The decision was stunning and decisive when it came back 9-0. The statement of the court was brief, eloquent and to the point stating that “separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.”

Now even such a definitive statement from the Supreme Court did not end the struggle between segregationists and those who would end the practice that deprived African American children of quality education. In 1957 the Arkansas governor tried to block the integration of schools in his state and the only thing that could stop him was the intervention of federal troops sent by President Eisenhower. A similar but much more well publicized event occurred in Alabama where Governor George Wallace physically blocked black students from entering the University of Alabama. It took the intervention of federal marshals to physically remove him to assure that the law of the land, as mandated by The Supreme Court, was carried out. And the law of the land then and forever since then was that segregation was illegal in this country.

Acceptance wasn’t immediate. US Marshals had to escort young Ruby Bridges for her safety

Since this landmark decision, there have been other more crafty attempts to resurrect segregation. But over the decades, attitudes have shifted to where such views on how our social institutions are set up are considered old fashioned and uneducated.

The integration of the schools was an important step in the ongoing struggle to create a truly equal society and to improve the chances of black children to grow up with the same opportunities as all other children in this country. As more and more African American children became well educated, the black population has been able to make a strong contribution to the culture and to the advancement of knowledge in every discipline of learning. Further, the growing educated black population brought about the black middle class which equalized society from an economic point of view. As African Americans began to participate in all of the economic opportunities that middle class prosperity afforded them, the chances for whites, blacks and people of all races and cultures to mix has been healthy to heal the scars of racism and slowly erase divisions in the culture.

But maybe the most important outcome of integration of the schools is the opportunity it has given for children of all races to learn, play and grow together. As young black and white students have attended classes, gone to football games and hung out at pep rallies together, they have become friends. They have had chances to work together on teams and socialize under many situations and as that has become the social norm, racism began to evaporate from the hearts of young America.

As a result, youth of modern times look on racism as a strange and primitive viewpoint from long ago and not in step with an up to date view of the world. This kind of true acceptance both by whites toward blacks and by blacks toward whites will go further to finally end racial separation and intolerance more than any riot or protest or march or even ruling from the Supreme Court could ever do. And we have Oliver Brown and that small group of parents from Topeka, Kansas to thank for this. By doing what was best for their kids, they did something wonderful for all of America’s children both now and for generations to come.

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Modern Eating Disorders

The term bulimia means excessive or abnormal desire for food which is also described as ox-hunger. Bulimia Nervosa disorder has the characteristic of repeated occurrences of binge eating and leaves the sufferer with sense for having no control over eating behavior. It then tends to encourage self-induced vomiting and the use of laxatives and drugs to get rid of food consumed.

There are three main types of eating disorders; Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. They involve long lasting and obsessive eating patterns in the person suffering from these eating disorders. From the past 20 – 30 years, the number of people suffering from these diseases is increasing at an alarming pace.

Anorexia nervosa is a disorder which compels people to starve themselves in an obsession of becoming thin. This disorder mainly affects teenage girls but men are no longer the exception. It has almost become the norm in the modeling world.

Karen healthy and anorexic

Bulimia Nervosa, usually just referred to as Bulimia, is a disorder where an individual goes through the binge-eating session, followed by their worsening health. They often develop the habit of self-induced vomiting and feelings of guilt for having eaten so much. People suffering from bulimia tend to develop the following symptoms; they usually suffer from a preoccupation with gaining weight, yet will greedily consume food in huge quantities in an attempt to get rid of their stress and in order to deal with their feelings of anxiety. Bulimia nervosa affects each individual physically as well psychologically with problems of self image issues, self consciousness and lack of food control. Therefore, bulimia treatment is essential for a person suffering from this disorder.

People having binge eating disorder consume high caloric foods but do not induce vomiting, unlike people with bulimia. Studies and research have reported that binge eating disorders are likely to run in families, so there are obviously genetic links as well as environmental issues. This is a psychological disorder that mostly affects women but occasionally men.

John Candy literally ate himself to death

Because the sufferer never wants to admit there is a problem, they often develop a tendency to hide their eating habits.

Becoming embarrassed is another issue they have but this disease can prove to be extremely hazardous effect to their physical health. If immediate bulimia treatment is not given to the person, he/she may begin to have problems such as electrolyte imbalance, esophageal tears, cardiac problems, gastrointestinal disorders, stomach disorders and dental problems. In the later stage of the disease it becomes difficult for the person to lead a normal life and will become more prone to illnesses and colds. They may also bruise easily and may tend to have more broken bones from a simple fall.

There are many options for treatments a person suffering from bulimia nervosa can adopt. They include medications, psychological treatment and support treatments for in patient and out patient as well as dental treatments and exercise. While going through a treatment, the person needs put away him/herself from overeating and night eating habits.

If anyone you know is suffering from Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia or Binge Eating Disorder, it is important that support them in any way you can. Treatment is needed, but support from friends and loved ones is essential for successful results.

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Freaks…?

When I was a child growing up in a farming community in Iowa life was alright, but nothing very exciting happened. That all changed for me when the Barnum and Bailey Circus came to town. I had seen “The Greatest Show On Earth” on TV and was especially looking forward to seeing the clowns. In the Big Top we saw the animals and acrobats, trapeze and high wire acts and it was all amazing and great fun. Then my father steered us to a separate tent in the midway called the Side Show!

                                 

Inside was a strange assortment of people and displays meant to amaze one and all. A couple of displays seemed to be obvious fakes, but the humans on display were for real. I saw the fattest woman I had ever seen (up to that time), dwarves and the man who started a lifelong fascination with what most refer to as “freaks”, Sealo the Seal Boy!

                        

I actually had a few minutes to talk with him (he seemed to genuinely like talking with us children) and he showed us that he could do most of the same things we do, just a little differently. Then he gave me his autograph and I was one happy little boy!

Throughout the years since then I have read and collected real life stories of many of these “Freaks”. The first book I read was a book of freaks written by a freak, “We Who Are Not As Others” By Daniel P. Mannix , a giant.

                                  

I have bought and read several more books over the years and and have been fascinated by many of their life stories, some who had great careers and others who died in utter poverty. From Aesop’s Fables, written by a macrocephalic, hunch back dwarf who was killed for his writings to The Lobster Boy who became a murderer and was killed by a hit man, The Elephant Man who died because he wanted to lay down on a bed like a normal person and Lucia Zarate, a primordial dwarf, who froze to death while on tour. 

So many throughout history that worked the sideshows because they couldn’t get a normal job to support themselves, but many in the later 1900’s lost their incomes because of liberal do-gooders who cried that these people being exploited. Yes. Some were being exploited, but many of them WANTED to be exploited in ordered to make a living. Some can live mostly normal lives, but others…?

Sideshows today aren’t allowed to have any real freaks. You may see some dwarfs but other than that, all the “freaks” are self made body modifiers, overly tattooed and pierced, blockheads and sward swallowers.

The world of the Sideshow is sadly long gone…

 

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The Separation Clause Rant

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

(First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution)


I’m tired of atheist carrying on the lie that there is a separation of church and state in the constitution, just because democrats say so. The first amendment says that the Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. Can you show me a law that congress has made to establish ANY religion? Some God haters claim that “Under God” and “In God We Trust” is the government forcing a religion on the people. There are over 100,000 religions in this world, so tell me, what official religion are they establishing?

I don’t mean to get off on a rant here, but the first amendment also says that the free exercise of religion shall not be prohibited. Why is it that the religion of atheism (and it is to the level of a religion) gets to trump all other religions? Statistics show that only 4% of Americans describe themselves as Atheist, and only 2.3% worldwide. Why should a very small minority over rule the vast majority? Maybe the pledge of allegiance should say “One Nation 96% Under God” or our money should say “In God 96% of Us Trust” just so everyone will know that we aren’t talking about YOU.

96% Believe there is a God

The Establishment Clause prohibits the federal, state or municipal establishment of an official religion or other preference for one religion over another, non-religion over religion, or religion over non-religion. Originally, the First Amendment applied only to the federal government. Subsequently, Everson v. Board of Education (1947) incorporated the Establishment Clause (i.e., made it apply against the states). However, it was not until the middle to late twentieth century that the Supreme Court began to interpret the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses in such a manner as to restrict the promotion of religion by the states.

 
It’s bad enough that our current administration is pandering to the religion of Islam to the detriment of the nation. Why is Hillary Clinton’s State Department, with the blessings of Obama, sponsoring a pro-Islamic trip to the Middle East by the Imam who wants to build a mosque at ground zero? Why are American tax dollars promoting the building of a mosque and sending this Imam on a “Goodwill Tour” of the middle east. Why aren’t the Atheists raising a stink about the separation of church and state about this? Is it because Atheists are only against Christianity and Judaism, or is it because Christians and Jews don’t want to blow you up if you disagree with them?

I see that there are three kinds of atheists; there are the people who just don’t believe in any god and leave you alone. Then you have your God haters who maybe believed in God but never lived for Him, then when they have a personal crisis, the pray for the first time and God didn’t do a magic trick for them. “God didn’t give me what I want so I hate him!”

 Then you have the radical atheists who are like a spoiled child who pops another child’s balloon. Their message is, “If I don’t have it or want it, you can’t have it either!” Talk about trying to force your beliefs on others, their belief says “no” to the majority’s beliefs.

 

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