The point is that if "those people" are ostracized from a community based solely on language or attitudes they exhibit on occasion, it serves only to reinforce their preconception that the community is not accepting or tolerant. We're not a community based on political or social agendas, but only similar technological interests.Yeah, we've had those people come here from time to time, but we normally just throw them to Wally to deal with.
True, that comment was mainly in reference to the early part of that video, where people with a predefined motive come to disturb a community. Regarding those more of the journey in the direction of facism, I could name someone who still post here with whom I had something of a political altercation and who seems to have grown out of it. I doubt whether my own involvement had much to do with it, but there you go.The point is that if "those people" are ostracized from a community based solely on language or attitudes they exhibit on occasion, it serves only to reinforce their preconception that the community is not accepting or tolerant. We're not a community based on political or social agendas, but only similar technological interests.
Getting your gallbladder removed would be a huge mistake IMO. The gallbladder is important in digestion. The fact that stones would form there suggests that you've been eating too much garbage. Your body was unable to properly clean it up and thus stones formed. If you let them remove your gallbladder then your digestion will be further impaired for the rest of your life. This will make it even harder for your body to cope with the garbage that you are eating. I think that you're heading for sickville if you keep this up.Well, my doctor wants my gallbladder removed. This happened once before though, and back then the surgeon said he wasn't going to do it until the gall stones were causing me problems.
Did you do something special that made you puke right before it? Puking normally occurs when the body detoxes. I've puked a lot back when I got food poisoning, and during some fasts I also experienced the need to puke. Puking is normally healthy to do (it's both a sign that you are really sick and a cure for your sickness), but IMO you should stop doing whatever you did to make your body so toxic that it would resort to puking to clean itself up (this may be a long-term habit like eating a lot of junkfood).That said, it is kinda hard to tell whether the gall stones are causing me problems. I mean, when I puked on Friday, I suppose that could have been caused by them. I'm not having any pain in my gall area though.
You've got those stones for a reason. It's not natural to have gallstones. Even without your gallbladder your diet was so dirty that your body could not keep up. And you think it will be able to keep up shortly after you permanently crippled it's digestion?Hmm, well according to some websites I just read, the body still makes the same amount of whatever is in the gallbladder to digest fats after removal, it just isn't stored properly like before, instead continuously releasing into the small intestine. Meaning you can return to eating high fat foods a few weeks after the surgery once your body adjusts. Not too bad, I suppose.
I might argue with that. Even animals get gallstones, but you could argue that their upbringing was hardly natural I guess, because my evidence for that comes from abattoirs.It's not natural to have gallstones.
Animals who live unnatural lives often get the same diseases as humans. Physically humans have the same needs as many animals.Even animals get gallstones, but you could argue that their upbringing was hardly natural I guess, because my evidence for that comes from abattoirs.
It's very important because the only way to heal is to stop the cause. Removing his gallbladder won't stop gallstone production and in fact may increase it due to his impaired digestion. Gallstones are produced by the liver and though gallstones in the liver are harder to find, gallstones do get stuck in the liver as well. How will his liver handle the (possibly increased) gallstone production once his gallbladder is gone? How will the rest of his body handle the flow of gallstones?But at the end of the day, discussing causes at this juncture is rather pointless.
Many medical professionals actually know very little about health and are sick themselves. They get almost no training in diet, prevention, or even real cures. They are great at treating symptoms—which is what they are trained for, but they leave the root cause in tact. That's why many people are on lifelong medication nowadays. Did any of his doctors even tell him that once his gallbladder is removed, gallstone production will continue and the rest of his body will continue to suffer due to it? Or is that just some unimportant detail that's being glossed over? Gallstone production is optional and any real healer would inform him about that. The surgeon who did not want to remove his gallbladder yet should have informed him on how to prevent it from ever having to be removed at all.and I'm unable to provide better advice than a trained medical professional from that point on.
The right to repair is poignantly political these days. Environmentalism, and freedom in all forms are reinforcing. Disdain for this factor does not make it less true. Whereby "normie" might not apply here, the idea of exposing someone to progressive ideas of 2019 does not cause an opposite reaction is a denial of reality.The point is that if "those people" are ostracized from a community based solely on language or attitudes they exhibit on occasion, it serves only to reinforce their preconception that the community is not accepting or tolerant. We're not a community based on political or social agendas, but only similar technological interests.
In Wally we trust.Having said that, I believe Wally has good judgement