Trump 2020: The jig is up for the old Commie. Democrats will cut Sanders throat.

Joe E

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Jul 29, 2012
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He won't have anything coherent or even on-topic to say. He'll attempt to insult me again. Or something about CNN.

And then Vino will show up and post that old pic of me playing Avenged Sevenfold on my guitar. "yOuRe FaT"
We'll cut out the middle man....yOuRe FaT
 

SwollenGoat

Deicide
May 17, 2013
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Odd



yet another filthy pedo sex pest in Trumps inner circle..............one of the most outspoken,loudmouthed lying liars in a clown car filled with liars....

oh yeah,he is also an anti semite sack of shit



you sure QAnon wasnt talking about rounding up REPUBLICAN satanic pedo shits @Joe E ?

Lets hope this sucker of orange cock goes down fucking hard............
 

SwollenGoat

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The House that Peterbilt
Trump says on Twitter he has right to interfere in criminal cases after Barr criticizes president’s tweets


  • President Trump tweeted that he has the “legal right” to meddle in court cases handled by the DOJ.
  • A day earlier, Attorney General William Barr said Trump’s tweets “make it impossible for me to do my job.”
  • The Justice Department has been criticized for lowering a sentencing recommendation for Trump’s friend Roger Stone in a case involving Stone’s lies about WikiLeaks.

President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he has the “legal right” to meddle in court cases handled by the Department of Justice, a day after Attorney General William Barr said in an extraordinary national television interview that the president’s tweets “make it impossible for me to do my job.”

Trump, in direct response to his administration’s top law enforcement official, challenged Barr’s assertion that he will not be “bullied” by anyone.

Trump said that while he could interfere in the department’s criminal cases, he has “so far chosen not to!”




https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/14/trump-tweets-he-has-right-to-interfere-in-doj-cases-after-barrs-critique.html


He is obviously out of control,stupid and increasingly senile

Jesus fuck,this has moved into pure farce ......................
 

Juiceboxbiotch

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Trump says on Twitter he has right to interfere in criminal cases after Barr criticizes president’s tweets


  • President Trump tweeted that he has the “legal right” to meddle in court cases handled by the DOJ.
  • A day earlier, Attorney General William Barr said Trump’s tweets “make it impossible for me to do my job.”
  • The Justice Department has been criticized for lowering a sentencing recommendation for Trump’s friend Roger Stone in a case involving Stone’s lies about WikiLeaks.
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he has the “legal right” to meddle in court cases handled by the Department of Justice, a day after Attorney General William Barr said in an extraordinary national television interview that the president’s tweets “make it impossible for me to do my job.”

Trump, in direct response to his administration’s top law enforcement official, challenged Barr’s assertion that he will not be “bullied” by anyone.

Trump said that while he could interfere in the department’s criminal cases, he has “so far chosen not to!”




https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/14/trump-tweets-he-has-right-to-interfere-in-doj-cases-after-barrs-critique.html


He is obviously out of control,stupid and increasingly senile

Jesus fuck,this has moved into pure farce ......................
When Barr came out and did an interview throwing ever-so-slight shade at the President... it smelled funny to me. Y'all know Trump told Barr to take it easy on Roger Stone. Y'all already know it.
 

Joe E

Proud Shitholer
Jul 29, 2012
19,911
7,173
Odd



yet another filthy pedo sex pest in Trumps inner circle..............one of the most outspoken,loudmouthed lying liars in a clown car filled with liars....

oh yeah,he is also an anti semite sack of shit



you sure QAnon wasnt talking about rounding up REPUBLICAN satanic pedo shits @Joe E ?

Lets hope this sucker of orange cock goes down fucking hard............
Maybe. Was it?
 

SwollenGoat

Deicide
May 17, 2013
53,568
14,877
The House that Peterbilt
When Barr came out and did an interview throwing ever-so-slight shade at the President... it smelled funny to me. Y'all know Trump told Barr to take it easy on Roger Stone. Y'all already know it.
yup

its all pretend...............Barr is 100% sold to trump and knows his job is contingent on him doing whatever Trump says...........Trump fires anyone who isnt an absolute boot-licking spineless shitweasel and we all know it and yet Barr wants to pretend we dont.........

kinda pathetic........
 
Nov 14, 2015
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I just made you mock your friend Vino

You're really not making much sense.

How Obesity Affects the Human Brain
By Viatcheslav Wlassoff, PhD

Doctor measuring obese man waist body fat. Obesity and weight lo


The number of overweight and obese people (those with BMI above 25) around the world is approaching the two billion mark. This is more than 20% of estimated 7.4 billion people currently populating the planet. The connection between obesity and various chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer is well established. Not much, however, is known about how the excess body weight influences the structure and function of brain.

Does IQ Level Determine Body Weight?

Statistically significant correlation between excess body weight and lower IQ level has been demonstrated in multiple studies. What was not clear for very long time is the direction of causality. Does the excess body weight cause the decline in intellectual capabilities? Or maybe people with lower IQ level are more prone to become overweight?

Although some earlier studies concluded that lower IQ level might be caused by obesity, the most recent prospectively longitudinal studies show that this is not correct. These studies demonstrate that one of the risk factors for obesity is lower IQ level.

A meta-analysis published in 2010 summarized 26 different studies on this topic. The main conclusion of this analysis was that there is a strong link between lower IQ level in childhood and the development of obesity in adulthood.

In one Swedish study involving 5286 males the IQ level was tested at the age of 18 and again at the age of 40. At each testing, the BMI of participants was also evaluated. The results clearly show that individuals with lower IQ level have higher BMI.

Another study performed in New Zealand included 913 participants. Their IQ levels were measured at the ages of 3, 7, 9, 11 and finally at the age of 38. This study also concluded that lower IQ level in childhood leads to obesity. People with lower IQ level at the age of 38 were more obese than people with higher IQ level.

Over 3000 people were participating in a study conducted in the Great Britain. The subjects were followed for more than 50 years. Their IQ levels were measured at the age of 7, 11 and 16. At the age of 51, their BMI was measured. Their results show without any doubt that IQ level at the age of 7 can predict higher BMI at the age of 51. Also, the results show that BMI grows faster after the age of 16 among people with lower IQ level.

Another study conducted in the Great Britain involved 17,414 individuals. The IQ level was assessed at the age of 11. BMI was evaluated at the ages of 16, 23, 33 and 42. The results of this study also confirm that lower childhood IQ level leads to obesity in adulthood.

Obesity Leads to Faster Aging of the Brain

Our brain changes during the natural aging process. As we become older, the brain loses white matter and shrinks. But the rate of aging process is not the same for every person. Individual factors may lead to faster or slower age-related brain changes. One of these factors that affects our brain structure is excess body weight. Obesity alters the normal aging process by speeding it up.

Research study conducted at the University of Cambridge concluded that obese people have less white matter in their brain compared to normal weight individuals. The brain structure of 473 individuals was investigated in this study. The data showed that the brain of obese people appears to be up to ten years anatomically older in comparison with the normal weight counterparts.

Another study conducted on 733 middle aged individuals showed that obesity is strongly linked with the loss of brain mass. Scientists measured body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) of participants and used brain MRI to find and identify the signs of brain degeneration. The results demonstrated that brain degeneration is more extensive in people with higher BMI, WC, WHR than in normal weight persons. The scientists hypothesize that this loss of brain tissue may lead to dementia, although there are no hard proofs at present.

Obesity Changes the Way We Feel

Apart from structural changes, obesity can also change the way our brain works. Dopamine is one of the neurotransmitters which is involved in reward circuits and motivation. One study concluded that concentration of available dopamine receptors in the brain is in correlates with BMI. Individuals with higher BMI have a lower concentration of available dopamine receptors that may lead to a lack of pleasure after eating normal size portions and the urge to eat more to feel satisfied.

This view was confirmed by another study which analyzed the response of obese people to milkshakes during a period of time. Their response was analyzed using functional MRI. The measurements were repeated half a year later and showed that brain response was a lot weaker in people who gained excess body weight between two measurements. The researchers concluded that obese individuals feel less satisfaction when eating in comparison to lean individuals, due to a lower concentration of dopamine receptors in the brain.

The research on the effects of obesity on brain functions are still in infancy but the findings described above are already alarming enough. I think it is important to raise the public awareness about this issue. The negative impact of obesity on general health is well publicized, but hardly anyone ever mentions how bad the excess body weight can be for our cognitive functions.
 

Juiceboxbiotch

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You're really not making much sense.

How Obesity Affects the Human Brain
By Viatcheslav Wlassoff, PhD

Doctor measuring obese man waist body fat. Obesity and weight lo


The number of overweight and obese people (those with BMI above 25) around the world is approaching the two billion mark. This is more than 20% of estimated 7.4 billion people currently populating the planet. The connection between obesity and various chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer is well established. Not much, however, is known about how the excess body weight influences the structure and function of brain.

Does IQ Level Determine Body Weight?

Statistically significant correlation between excess body weight and lower IQ level has been demonstrated in multiple studies. What was not clear for very long time is the direction of causality. Does the excess body weight cause the decline in intellectual capabilities? Or maybe people with lower IQ level are more prone to become overweight?

Although some earlier studies concluded that lower IQ level might be caused by obesity, the most recent prospectively longitudinal studies show that this is not correct. These studies demonstrate that one of the risk factors for obesity is lower IQ level.

A meta-analysis published in 2010 summarized 26 different studies on this topic. The main conclusion of this analysis was that there is a strong link between lower IQ level in childhood and the development of obesity in adulthood.

In one Swedish study involving 5286 males the IQ level was tested at the age of 18 and again at the age of 40. At each testing, the BMI of participants was also evaluated. The results clearly show that individuals with lower IQ level have higher BMI.

Another study performed in New Zealand included 913 participants. Their IQ levels were measured at the ages of 3, 7, 9, 11 and finally at the age of 38. This study also concluded that lower IQ level in childhood leads to obesity. People with lower IQ level at the age of 38 were more obese than people with higher IQ level.

Over 3000 people were participating in a study conducted in the Great Britain. The subjects were followed for more than 50 years. Their IQ levels were measured at the age of 7, 11 and 16. At the age of 51, their BMI was measured. Their results show without any doubt that IQ level at the age of 7 can predict higher BMI at the age of 51. Also, the results show that BMI grows faster after the age of 16 among people with lower IQ level.

Another study conducted in the Great Britain involved 17,414 individuals. The IQ level was assessed at the age of 11. BMI was evaluated at the ages of 16, 23, 33 and 42. The results of this study also confirm that lower childhood IQ level leads to obesity in adulthood.

Obesity Leads to Faster Aging of the Brain

Our brain changes during the natural aging process. As we become older, the brain loses white matter and shrinks. But the rate of aging process is not the same for every person. Individual factors may lead to faster or slower age-related brain changes. One of these factors that affects our brain structure is excess body weight. Obesity alters the normal aging process by speeding it up.

Research study conducted at the University of Cambridge concluded that obese people have less white matter in their brain compared to normal weight individuals. The brain structure of 473 individuals was investigated in this study. The data showed that the brain of obese people appears to be up to ten years anatomically older in comparison with the normal weight counterparts.

Another study conducted on 733 middle aged individuals showed that obesity is strongly linked with the loss of brain mass. Scientists measured body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) of participants and used brain MRI to find and identify the signs of brain degeneration. The results demonstrated that brain degeneration is more extensive in people with higher BMI, WC, WHR than in normal weight persons. The scientists hypothesize that this loss of brain tissue may lead to dementia, although there are no hard proofs at present.

Obesity Changes the Way We Feel

Apart from structural changes, obesity can also change the way our brain works. Dopamine is one of the neurotransmitters which is involved in reward circuits and motivation. One study concluded that concentration of available dopamine receptors in the brain is in correlates with BMI. Individuals with higher BMI have a lower concentration of available dopamine receptors that may lead to a lack of pleasure after eating normal size portions and the urge to eat more to feel satisfied.

This view was confirmed by another study which analyzed the response of obese people to milkshakes during a period of time. Their response was analyzed using functional MRI. The measurements were repeated half a year later and showed that brain response was a lot weaker in people who gained excess body weight between two measurements. The researchers concluded that obese individuals feel less satisfaction when eating in comparison to lean individuals, due to a lower concentration of dopamine receptors in the brain.

The research on the effects of obesity on brain functions are still in infancy but the findings described above are already alarming enough. I think it is important to raise the public awareness about this issue. The negative impact of obesity on general health is well publicized, but hardly anyone ever mentions how bad the excess body weight can be for our cognitive functions.
These guys can help you get the help you need (maybe except the permanent brain damage part)


What is alcohol addiction?

‘Addiction’ means having a dependence on a substance or activity. Unlike someone who simply ‘wants’ something, a person with an addiction will have physical cravings and urges for the substance they’re addicted to.
Being addicted to alcohol, sometimes called being an alcoholic, means that you have a physical dependency on alcohol. There are changes that happen in the brain of someone who drinks a lot of alcohol which makes them have physical withdrawals if they don’t drink. Withdrawal symptoms can include insomnia, nausea, sweating, anxiety and physical discomfort. If you are experiencing dependence, it also means you need to consume more alcohol to achieve the intended effect.


Signs of alcohol addiction


Some of the signs of alcohol dependence include:
  • worrying about when you’ll be able to have your next drink
  • sweating, nausea or insomnia when you don’t drink
  • needing to drink more and more alcohol to get drunk
  • drinking alcohol, or wanting to, when you wake up in the morning
  • consuming alcohol regularly on your own, or trying to hide your drinking
  • fighting with friends and family about your drinking or going out.
Health problems from alcohol addiction
There are short-term and long-term side effects of being addicted to alcohol:
Short-term effects include:
  • vision problems
  • memory problems (blackouts)
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • paranoia
  • seizures
  • poor nutrition, resulting in weight loss, reduced energy and other health issues.
Long-term effects include:
  • permanent brain damage
  • liver damage
  • high risk of cancers, such as mouth and throat cancers
  • high risk of cardiovascular disease, such as a stroke and heart failure
  • more frequent illness, because of a weakened immune system.
Getting help with alcohol addiction
The first step to getting help for addiction is recognising the problem. If you think you might be addicted to alcohol, it’s important to visit your GP to talk about a referral to a psychologist or other specialist service.
Some of the services you can access for more information include:
Group therapy (support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and SMART Recovery) and drug therapy (speak to your GP and medicines that can help with withdrawals) are other options.
ReachOut NextStep is a tool that will give you personalised tips and help, and will connect you to useful info and services.
 
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