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1 minute ago, rclab said:

Anthony, if male menopause exists then that fellow is definitely and understandably in the hot flash stage. As always.....

it's called andropause....

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2 hours ago, nycwinter said:

no vaccine for corona unlike the flu. lot's of people are elderly or middle age with chronic medical issues..there is good reason to panic for people in those categories..to compare it to the flu  is insulting.. it is  a lot for deadlier then the flu especially in people in high risk categories...

I just heard Anthony Fauci say 12-18 months at best...

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1 hour ago, weatherpruf said:

I'm a cancer survivor. We get tired of people blaming us for the illness. Go down to Memorial and walk around. You will see plenty of people who were struck ill who were in good health a year before. Marathon runners, cyclists, hikers, body builders. And everyone's immune system declines with age. You cannot exercise that away. There are few firmly established causes of cancer: sunlight, smoking, asbestos, and radiation. And no, all medical experts don't agree. You may be able to reduce risk, sure. But you will not eliminate it. if you really want to know about mortality, ask an insurance expert. By the way, exercising a lot is not advised. Moderate exercise is best. 30 minutes of walking briskly 3 times a week. I'd highly recommend the book Secrets of the Eating Lab, by a social psychologist who has spent decades studying obesity. 

Of course it also depends on the individual. Brisk walking doesn't do a thing for me. Since I have an elite athlete heart with a resting heart rate in the 30s, I have to exercise at an intense level to get my heart rate up. Brisk walking doesn't even get my heart rate up to 70, because my heart is so strong. It wouldn't be any kind of cardio exercise for me. But for people with weaker hearts, brisk walking can be a good exercise. But I need to exercise at an intense level. My cardiologist is a big believer in a lot of intense exercise and long duration exercise. He thinks I should become a marathon runner because my heart and lungs are off the charts strong, but I don't have any interest in running that long. I think running 6 or 7 miles is plenty.

 

Anyway I'm very happy that you were able to survive the cancer. Obviously we have some strong disagreements, but I can see you're a very nice guy and I wish you the best of luck.

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just give me the ****in virus and let's get it over with

if i make it out of 2020 alive and employed, everything else is gravy.  i give my chances of each about 50/50

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27 minutes ago, Will - Rutgers said:

just give me the ****in virus and let's get it over with

if i make it out of 2020 alive and employed, everything else is gravy.  i give my chances of each about 50/50

There’s definitely going to be a massive depression due to all this hysteria. Might as well pull everything out of my 401K and have a ball before it goes down even further and I inevitably get sick.

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We’re all screwed I’m sorry guys but this may be the beginning of the end the Bible always talked about. By the way Dow futures down 1,000 points, oil down 20% crazy sh*t going on right now.

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Just now, SnowFeen1 said:

We’re all screwed I’m sorry guys but this may be the beginning of the end the Bible always talked about. By the way Dow futures down 1,000 points, oil down 20% crazy sh*t going on right now.

Ridiculous...but might as well have fun with it. Booking a trip to Vegas to enjoy the ladies of the night. Our society is beyond hope anyway. Long overdue for a major reset.

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A beaut of a day tomorrow open up the windows and shue that pesky corona thing back to china,

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it wasn't just corona but the Saudis declaring an oil price war is a jet fuel hose on the market fire.

the next few months we are going to see some incredible shit.

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4 hours ago, Will - Rutgers said:

it wasn't just corona but the Saudis declaring an oil price war is a jet fuel hose on the market fire.

the next few months we are going to see some incredible shit.

It’s the corona virus we’re in trouble. The coronavirus is in the air 

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5 hours ago, Dan76 said:

A beaut of a day tomorrow open up the windows and shue that pesky corona thing back to china,

Don’t open the windows the coronavirus is in the air buddy

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7 hours ago, Will - Rutgers said:

it wasn't just corona but the Saudis declaring an oil price war is a jet fuel hose on the market fire.

the next few months we are going to see some incredible shit.

This is what we get for relying on people who hate us for such an essential resource. As wonderful of a country as this is, we can be incredibly stupid at times.

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14 hours ago, snowman19 said:

Less than 10 days away from the Equinox now, who’s excited??

MJO812 says cold and snow by then

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Relative to Normal, the negative T departure should get deeper and deeper going into May-----starting the last week of March.      Look for super cell activity and hail, rather than blizzards and snow.     Long wait for summer perhaps, spring we already have had this year.

EURO WEEKLIES AND THE CVSv2 are opposites.        Nothing but AN for the EURO during the next 5-weeks.

The next 15 days at least look a little more wavy than yesterday's flat liner:

2020030912_054@007_E1_knyc_I_NAEFS@EPSGR

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2020 could beat 2002 for the earliest last measurable snowfall which is Jan. 19th, 2002...2020's last measurable snowfall was on Jan. 18th...If that holds it will be a new snowfall futility record...

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13 hours ago, Brian5671 said:

MJO812 says cold and snow by then

Yea those cold/snowy March forecasts are in real trouble right now....

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Today is a very sad day for me, my cat, my buddy Rusty, passed away a couple of hours ago, he lived a great life, he turned 21 back in January. I already miss him terribly. It’s a shame cats and dogs don’t live longer lives.....

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28 minutes ago, snowman19 said:

Today is a very sad day for me, my cat, my buddy Rusty, passed away a couple of hours ago, he lived a great life, he turned 21 back in January. I already miss him terribly. It’s a shame cats and dogs don’t live longer lives.....

I’m sorry to hear this.

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25 minutes ago, CPcantmeasuresnow said:

I must have missed the part about stocks tanking.

You gotta give it a rest man.

Why? We’re screwed. Millions of jobs will be lost and the retirement savings of countless Americans are going to be wiped out. It will take the economy years to recover from this, if it ever does.

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7 minutes ago, CPcantmeasuresnow said:

I was talking about his biblical reference, must I really explain that.

Fair enough...but you agree that we’re royally screwed financially?

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16 minutes ago, matt9503 said:

Fair enough...but you agree that we’re royally screwed financially?

It's definitely a serious pickle.  Our monetary and fiscal policy looks too similar to the setup which led to the Japanese Lost Decade, our demographics and economic style both point to low growth.  I complained last year to anyone who'd listen that it was abnormal and unhealthy for stock prices to climb like 25% without comparable earnings growth.  I think people have forgotten what the stock market actually is, to be honest.  At least, the retail investors all have.  Or, they never understood it anyway.

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3 hours ago, Stormlover74 said:

Killed 2 mosquitoes already today 

They got me several times in Helyar Woods on Sunday.  Unbelievable.

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7 hours ago, snowman19 said:

Today is a very sad day for me, my cat, my buddy Rusty, passed away a couple of hours ago, he lived a great life, he turned 21 back in January. I already miss him terribly. It’s a shame cats and dogs don’t live longer lives.....

Sorry to hear that...Wow 21 years is quite the age for a cat.

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15 hours ago, snowman19 said:

Today is a very sad day for me, my cat, my buddy Rusty, passed away a couple of hours ago, he lived a great life, he turned 21 back in January. I already miss him terribly. It’s a shame cats and dogs don’t live longer lives.....

Sorry to hear. Ours are almost 17 and 16 and we just lost our dog in January. Its tough.

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1 hour ago, Stormlover74 said:

Sorry to hear. Ours are almost 17 and 16 and we just lost our dog in January. Its tough.

Thank you. He lived a very long time, we got him as a kitten in January, 1999. He was in really great health until October, then I noticed him starting to fail slowly, not wanting to play with the dog anymore, sleeping all day, bad appetite. The vet said he wasn’t in any pain or suffering so I let him go on his own. He passed in his sleep. A truly amazing friend to me, my family and my dog, 21 years was too short

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