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2013-03-26 04:20:00 PM
Bullocks
www.hilaryshepherd.com
 
2013-03-26 04:22:40 PM

Ebenator: What is cupping?


The "magic lightbulbs" in the new Karate Kid movie.
 
2013-03-26 04:22:50 PM

rkiller1: Bullocks
[www.hilaryshepherd.com image 350x475]


I think my married neighbor is gay.
He says, "they always put her in moves playing the hot girl, but she isn't hot. "
 
2013-03-26 04:23:11 PM
 
2013-03-26 04:23:47 PM

vudukungfu: I was the biggest disbeliever in chiropractic,
that is. until the doctor gave me Valium for my back pain.
There are a few things I cannot abide by in my life, but taking narcotics to sleep at night is one of them.
I absolutely detest narcotics.
I like having a clear head.
I didn't want to go to see a chiropractor, but I was sweeping the floor in terrible pain, at my old job, and had to bend over to pick up a blow in ad that fell out of a stack of newspapers.
I flipped it over and it was a full page ad for this new chiro in town. So I made an appointment and gave it a chance. Ordinarily, I wouldn't have done this, but I was delirious from lack of sleep, pain, and drugs.
I was so out of it the day of the visit, I could barely dress, and went to the office for the visit with my frikkin fly down. I didn't care. I was in pain. Guy gave me an X-Ray, asked if I had been a a car wreck. (I had) and gave me a themo-graphic reading on the back to narrow down where the pain was, with out asking me.
Mind you, when I went to the REAL doctor, I told him it felt like I had an Ice Pick in my back. He didn't ask me to remove my shirt. The guy didn't even turn me around to see if I actually had an ice pick in my back. He just wrote me a scrip for Valium.
The chiropractor had me sit down, and tapped my back in one spot, and said is this where it hurts most?
BINGO. He knew where it was through his diagnostic check up.
He gave me one adjustment and it was like the ice pick was taken out. I flushed the pulls right down the john. never took one again. I still go in for adjustments, but I'm not drooling on my keyboard.

So ymmv, but call be a believer.
a convert.


Of course now all the fish are Valium addicts, and I can't have a Friday night fry up without getting high.  Thanks a pant-load, buddy.
 
2013-03-26 04:23:50 PM

Earguy: Well, I believe in the soul, the cock, the pussy, the small of a woman's back, the hanging curve ball, high fiber, good scotch, that the novels of Susan Sontag are self-indulgent, overrated crap. I believe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. I believe there ought to be a constitutional amendment outlawing Astroturf and the designated hitter. I believe in the sweet spot, soft-core pornography, opening your presents Christmas morning rather than Christmas Eve and I believe in long, slow, deep, soft, wet kisses that last three days.

[pauses then winks and walks away]


You have it wrong.  The truth is that BOTH Lee Harvey Oswald's acted alone (and independantly).
 
2013-03-26 04:24:19 PM
crujonessociety.com
I want to believe.
 
2013-03-26 04:24:20 PM

rkiller1: Bullocks
[www.hilaryshepherd.com image 350x475]


I would and so would you.
 
2013-03-26 04:24:29 PM
People still believe in lei lines?

www.airportleigreeting.com
 
2013-03-26 04:24:29 PM
en.wikifur.com

I LOVE GOOGLE!
 
2013-03-26 04:25:00 PM
I believe the children are our future.
Teach them well and let them lead the way.
 
2013-03-26 04:25:43 PM

vudukungfu: rkiller1: Bullocks
[www.hilaryshepherd.com image 350x475]

I think my married neighbor is gay.
He says, "they always put her in moves playing the hot girl, but she isn't hot. "


She's certainly hot from the right camera angle, but she did marry Jesse James...
/She was invited to JJ's Malibu wedding last week and declined,
 
2013-03-26 04:26:07 PM

Rixel: [en.wikifur.com image 500x300]

I LOVE GOOGLE rule 34!

 
2013-03-26 04:26:33 PM

FloydA: ACunningPlan: TheOmni: There's at least eight things on that diagram that I've never even heard of before. Rolfing? I'm really hoping that's not what I think it is.

Glad I'm not the only one:)  I'm almost afraid to ask, but what's cupping?

[i105.photobucket.com image 459x320]

The "therapist" heats up some cups (usually glass) and places them on the skin.  The heated air inside the cups creates a partial vacuum, which is believed to suck unnamed "toxins" out of the body.


That's hawt.
 
2013-03-26 04:27:14 PM

meat0918: Rixel: [en.wikifur.com image 500x300]

I LOVE GOOGLE rule 34!


Which has me thinking...

Are there rule 34 Venn Diagrams out there.

//Not going to search for that at work.
///Speaking of which, lunch is over...
 
2013-03-26 04:28:00 PM

kvinesknows: I was promised a Venn diagram in thread.


i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-26 04:28:22 PM
I believe everything that we fight over exists as it is regardless of our fighting.  Whether we're right or wrong doesn't matter.  This leads me to believe that the only thing we are fighting about is our perception.  If we can stop with the adjectives and flowery speech and simply focus on what is, then, and only then, can we truly grow and enlighten ourselves.

/Reader's Digest version...
 
2013-03-26 04:28:47 PM

Rixel: [en.wikifur.com image 500x300]

I LOVE GOOGLE!


i105.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-26 04:29:13 PM

WhoGAS: I believe everything that we fight over exists as it is regardless of our fighting.  Whether we're right or wrong doesn't matter.  This leads me to believe that the only thing we are fighting about is our perception.  If we can stop with the adjectives and flowery speech and simply focus on what is, then, and only then, can we truly grow and enlighten ourselves.

/Reader's Digest version...


Shut Up!
 
2013-03-26 04:29:25 PM
Geomancy isn't bollocks.

I pull that shiat off all the time:
i78.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-26 04:30:25 PM

ACunningPlan: Glad I'm not the only one:) I'm almost afraid to ask, but what's cupping?


Light BDSM play masked under the cloak of psudeoscience, much like acupuncture and most other home cures.  Of course hitting my testicles with a hammer will distract me from that toothache. Why didn't I think of that?
 
2013-03-26 04:30:35 PM

Speaker2Animals: God is a concept, by which we measure our pain.


A comma is a punctuation mark, which is often overused.
 
2013-03-26 04:30:56 PM

vudukungfu: I was the biggest disbeliever in chiropractic,
that is. until the doctor gave me Valium for my back pain.
There are a few things I cannot abide by in my life, but taking narcotics to sleep at night is one of them.
I absolutely detest narcotics.
I like having a clear head.
I didn't want to go to see a chiropractor, but I was sweeping the floor in terrible pain, at my old job, and had to bend over to pick up a blow in ad that fell out of a stack of newspapers.
I flipped it over and it was a full page ad for this new chiro in town. So I made an appointment and gave it a chance. Ordinarily, I wouldn't have done this, but I was delirious from lack of sleep, pain, and drugs.
I was so out of it the day of the visit, I could barely dress, and went to the office for the visit with my frikkin fly down. I didn't care. I was in pain. Guy gave me an X-Ray, asked if I had been a a car wreck. (I had) and gave me a themo-graphic reading on the back to narrow down where the pain was, with out asking me.
Mind you, when I went to the REAL doctor, I told him it felt like I had an Ice Pick in my back. He didn't ask me to remove my shirt. The guy didn't even turn me around to see if I actually had an ice pick in my back. He just wrote me a scrip for Valium.
The chiropractor had me sit down, and tapped my back in one spot, and said is this where it hurts most?
BINGO. He knew where it was through his diagnostic check up.
He gave me one adjustment and it was like the ice pick was taken out. I flushed the pulls right down the john. never took one again. I still go in for adjustments, but I'm not drooling on my keyboard.

So ymmv, but call be a believer.
a convert.


You aware orginally chiropractics believed that can heal ANY ailment through adjustments? Like including diseases and such., not just problem muscles and bad backs.  That's what they are referring to. They mostly have moved away from this.
 
2013-03-26 04:31:19 PM

WhippingBoy: I believe the children are our future.
Teach them well and let them lead the way.


You take that back right now, pervert.
 
2013-03-26 04:31:51 PM
I can't stand those who are intolerant of other cultures.
/And the Dutch.
 
2013-03-26 04:33:32 PM
My believes are simple: vodak.
 
2013-03-26 04:33:33 PM
I believe hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side.


/or 1911a1 .45, as the case may be
 
2013-03-26 04:34:09 PM

MythDragon: Geomancy isn't bollocks.

I pull that shiat off all the time:
[i78.photobucket.com image 720x480]


Great. Now I want to play that again. Thanks, farker.
 
2013-03-26 04:34:12 PM

rkiller1: Bullocks
[www.hilaryshepherd.com image 350x475]


About time this thread got interesting!
 
2013-03-26 04:34:26 PM
I believe in the elixir of youth
And I believe in the absolute truth
Yes I believe in
I believe in

There is no love in this world anymore
There is no love in this world anymore
 
2013-03-26 04:35:18 PM
I like sniffing pantyhose.
Wheres my parade?
 
2013-03-26 04:35:39 PM

vudukungfu: I was the biggest disbeliever in chiropractic,
that is. until the doctor gave me Valium for my back pain.
There are a few things I cannot abide by in my life, but taking narcotics to sleep at night is one of them.
I absolutely detest narcotics.
I like having a clear head.
I didn't want to go to see a chiropractor, but I was sweeping the floor in terrible pain, at my old job, and had to bend over to pick up a blow in ad that fell out of a stack of newspapers.
I flipped it over and it was a full page ad for this new chiro in town. So I made an appointment and gave it a chance. Ordinarily, I wouldn't have done this, but I was delirious from lack of sleep, pain, and drugs.
I was so out of it the day of the visit, I could barely dress, and went to the office for the visit with my frikkin fly down. I didn't care. I was in pain. Guy gave me an X-Ray, asked if I had been a a car wreck. (I had) and gave me a themo-graphic reading on the back to narrow down where the pain was, with out asking me.
Mind you, when I went to the REAL doctor, I told him it felt like I had an Ice Pick in my back. He didn't ask me to remove my shirt. The guy didn't even turn me around to see if I actually had an ice pick in my back. He just wrote me a scrip for Valium.
The chiropractor had me sit down, and tapped my back in one spot, and said is this where it hurts most?
BINGO. He knew where it was through his diagnostic check up.
He gave me one adjustment and it was like the ice pick was taken out. I flushed the pulls right down the john. never took one again. I still go in for adjustments, but I'm not drooling on my keyboard.

So ymmv, but call be a believer.
a convert.


I had a doctor like that once. Didn't bother with an exam and just prescribed me pills. I went to another doctor who promptly examined me and solved my problem with surgery. Just because you went to a bad doctor it does not mean anything one way or another.
 
2013-03-26 04:36:22 PM

DesertDemonWY: PassiveAggressiveAsshole.jpg


Glad you had the strength to rise above it, just like our hero Jimmy.
 
2013-03-26 04:37:17 PM

Rixel: [en.wikifur.com image 500x300]

I LOVE GOOGLE!


I don't get it, other than I imagine it has to do with furries.  In which case I need an explanation immediately so I know where I need to not be on that diagram.
 
2013-03-26 04:37:37 PM
I went to a doctor once and he spent the entire 45 minute exam with his finger up my ass.  I guess it was a doctor.  He only spoke Spanish and I paid him in paper tickets.  But I felt good knowing that I at least had some level of access to health care.
 
2013-03-26 04:37:45 PM
img208.imageshack.us
I still believe!!!
 
2013-03-26 04:38:23 PM
 
2013-03-26 04:38:51 PM

Glenford: kvinesknows: I was promised a Venn diagram in thread.


That's....that's awesome!
 
2013-03-26 04:39:19 PM

spentmiles: I went to a doctor once and he spent the entire 45 minute exam with his finger up my ass.  I guess it was a doctor.  He only spoke Spanish and I paid him in paper tickets.  But I felt good knowing that I at least had some level of access to health care.


I believes you owe me another keyboard.
 
2013-03-26 04:39:53 PM

thisisyourbrainonFark: This sums it up for me:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p86BPM1GV8M


Relax, I have a septic tank and live in a county full of manure pits.
Open manure pits.
there aren't any fish in our rivers.
Too much ammonia in the water.
 
2013-03-26 04:40:41 PM
Bollocks.
s21.postimg.org
The bullocks bollocks.
 
2013-03-26 04:41:08 PM

js34603: I believe in nothing.

/yes it is exhausting


Farking Nihilists!
3.bp.blogspot.com
/hot like a nihilist's over-driven brain
 
2013-03-26 04:42:48 PM

Earguy: Well, I believe in the soul....


Pfft.

I believe in rainbows, and puppy dogs and fairy tales. And I believe
in the family: Mom, and Dad, and Grandma, and Uncle Todd, who waves
his penis.

And I believe in 8 of the Ten Commandments, and I believe in going to
church every Sunday, unless there's a game on.

And I believe that sex is one of the most beautiful, wholesome, and
natural things that money can buy.

And I believe it's derogatory to refer to a woman's breasts as "boobs",
"jugs", "winnebagos", or "golden bozos". And you should only refer to
them as "hooters".

And I believe you should place a woman on a pedestal, high enough so
you can look up her dress.

And I believe in equality, equality for everyone, no matter how stupid
they are, or how much better I am than they are.

And people say I'm crazy for believing this, but I believe that robots
are stealing my luggage.

And I believe I made a mistake when I bought a 30-story, one-bedroom
apartment.

And I believe that the "Battle of the Network Stars" should be fought
with guns.

And I believe that Ronald Reagan can make this country what it once
was: an arctic region, covered with ice.

And I believe the United States should all foreigners in this country,
provided they can speak our native language: Apache.

And lastly, I believe that of all the evils on this earth, there is
nothing worse than the music you are listening to right now.
 
2013-03-26 04:42:51 PM
Where's Atheism, the belief that there's no God?
 
2013-03-26 04:42:51 PM

DesertDemonWY: [i1057.photobucket.com image 700x537]


i.imgur.com
ftfy.
 
2013-03-26 04:43:19 PM
I thought we already had this thread.
 
2013-03-26 04:43:32 PM

gweilo8888: I believe this is not bollocks.


Never mind the bollocks, man.
 
2013-03-26 04:44:01 PM
Detox: call it bollocks if you want, if you drink a glass of green leaf juice 3x day for a week, you will have a moving experience.
 
2013-03-26 04:44:22 PM
I believe I'll have another beer.
 
2013-03-26 04:44:27 PM

Corvus: vudukungfu: I was the biggest disbeliever in chiropractic,
that is. until the doctor gave me Valium for my back pain.
There are a few things I cannot abide by in my life, but taking narcotics to sleep at night is one of them.
I absolutely detest narcotics.
I like having a clear head.
I didn't want to go to see a chiropractor, but I was sweeping the floor in terrible pain, at my old job, and had to bend over to pick up a blow in ad that fell out of a stack of newspapers.
I flipped it over and it was a full page ad for this new chiro in town. So I made an appointment and gave it a chance. Ordinarily, I wouldn't have done this, but I was delirious from lack of sleep, pain, and drugs.
I was so out of it the day of the visit, I could barely dress, and went to the office for the visit with my frikkin fly down. I didn't care. I was in pain. Guy gave me an X-Ray, asked if I had been a a car wreck. (I had) and gave me a themo-graphic reading on the back to narrow down where the pain was, with out asking me.
Mind you, when I went to the REAL doctor, I told him it felt like I had an Ice Pick in my back. He didn't ask me to remove my shirt. The guy didn't even turn me around to see if I actually had an ice pick in my back. He just wrote me a scrip for Valium.
The chiropractor had me sit down, and tapped my back in one spot, and said is this where it hurts most?
BINGO. He knew where it was through his diagnostic check up.
He gave me one adjustment and it was like the ice pick was taken out. I flushed the pulls right down the john. never took one again. I still go in for adjustments, but I'm not drooling on my keyboard.

So ymmv, but call be a believer.
a convert.

You aware orginally chiropractics believed that can heal ANY ailment through adjustments? Like including diseases and such., not just problem muscles and bad backs.  That's what they are referring to. They mostly have moved away from this.


Kind of. They downplay it publicly but they still make the claims. From the ACA website

Scope of Practice
Doctors of chiropractic frequently treat individuals with neuromusculoskeletal complaints, such as headaches, joint pain, neck pain, low back pain and sciatica. Chiropractors also treat patients with osteoarthritis, spinal disk conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, sprains, and strains. However, the scope of conditions that Doctors of chiropractic manage or provide care for is not limited to neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Chiropractors have the training to treat a variety of non-neuromusculoskeletal conditions such as: allergies, asthma, digestive disorders, otitis media (non-suppurative) and other disorders as new research is developed.
A variety of techniques, treatment and procedure are used to restore healing which will be the topic of future education releases.

"   The benefits of chiropractic care extend to general health issues, as well, since our body structure affects our overall function."
 
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