On Thu, 03 Feb 2005 19:16:52 GMT, the inscrutable "Bob Schmall"
Hey, Schmally! I noticed a definite decrease (oh, 95% or better)
when I went on that Candida Diet thang. It turns out that most
of my arthritis and muscle pains are entirely food-allergy-related.
My knee didn't hurt a bit while I was away from the guilty foods.
I now save $30-50/mo by not buying arthritis drugs.
See if your library has a copy of Dr. Crook's "Candida Cookbook".
I lost 20 lbs that month and felt better (+ had more energy) than
I had in years. I'm gearing up to do it again this coming week.
LJ--who tried gluc, gluc/chon, g/c/msm for years and found no relief.
The clear and present danger of top-posting explored at:
Do it fast enough, especially with a pre-load of Demerol or oxy-contin, and it
will was all your troubles away--forever.
Couple, three years ago, I was in the hospital with pancreatitis...you do not
want this, I assure you. Anyway, they were giving me a choice, Demerol or
morphine. Great stuff for great pain. You may still hurt, but you no longer
give a shit.
To sweeten things a bit, you might try aspartame tablets. Equal. Weirdly
enough, the pills tend to reduce inflammation, thus the pain from inflammation.
"I think we agree, the past is over." George W. Bush
Just kidding. I don't drink like I thought I could...way back when...
I might have a snort of brandy with my 84-year-old dad, and then it's a
race who snores first. Lately I don't have any alcohol because Doc has
precribed Naprosin. He did that when the Vioxx hit the fan. I only took
Vioxx for a few weeks...did nuttin'. Naprosin works great for my OA, but
alcohol will burn a hole in your stomach when taking Naprosin. Skip
taking food by accident and Naprosin will hurt like crazy.
Now, with the cortosone shot, I hope to drop the Naprosin so I can have
40 oz of booze and take that rifle away from whoever just shot me...
My late mother didn't take food with her meds (Naprosin was among them,
IIRC) and did exactly that. She was in the hospital and they had to close
the ulcer in her stomach so she could die comfortably of emphysema. Sheesh.
FYI, Jeff.. A neg air device is used in asbestos removal and mold
remediation. It vents the air outside, via a hose. I plan on modifying
that concept by installing a fan and charcoal filter under the
changing area and venting it outside via a typical dryer hose setup.
And, yes, there will be either slats or holes cut into the changing
table to accomodate the fan's movement of air to the outside....
Geez.... gotta explain everything....
Some people just do not get it the first 10 times, eh? :-)
I'm *not* a bad person. I simply made the
mistake of getting involved with a *jack*ss*.
Is it ironic that he lives on a farm?
Well, see, here's the thing. I understood the concept totally. Put an air
purifier and a fan, vent it outside, blah blah blah, all that I got. What I
was noting was that if you fan around the smell of shit, what you will end
up with is a dispersed smell of shit, not a "missing" smell of shit, in
other words, the fan will move the air around such that it will smell
somewhat in a much larger area, rather that smelling a lot in a small area.
Not a good thing.
Plus which, are you insane??? It is my understanding that baby shit is
basically like friggin ghostbuster slime, and putting "slats" in the
changing table will only serve to ensure that you will never sop up the
entire mess, given that half of it will be under the changing table holes.
Babies are disgusting like that.
Jeff Goslin - MCSD - www.goslin.info
It's not a god complex when you're always right
I think it would be an interesting experiment. First thing I wonder
about, though, is what is the point of the filter? It's going outside,
right? Who cares if it stinks outside on the side of the house? A
quick breeze and its gone.
The second thing is that I think I would line the outside edge of the
table with the vents rather than try slats. You can use more vacuum
safely that way, and it should set up a nice airflow to pull all the
smell into the vents. It would be something like this:
(Good Air Up Here)
--- | ---
| <-- \|/ ---> |
| |^ <---> ^| |
| -------------- |
(Bad Smell Goes Here)
That way your airflow from above would be trapped at the edges, leaving
the inside to flow down to the basin. The air at the basin would be
drawn to the sides, where it is vacuumed too. (I love the smell of
ASCII art in the morning.)
"Bury me with all my stuff, because you know that it is mine."
This is going to go down in the archives as one of the all time classic wRec
ROTFLMAO!! ... "droppings"? Sounds more like a bird cage than a changing
How long has it been since you've changed a diaper? It's been about 18 years
for me, but I don't recall anything that could remotely be referred to as
"droppings" ... more like "spillage". :)
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