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Old 06-30-2019, 04:25 AM
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I couldn't find the thread about cats; so I'll post here. I follow a lot of cats on Instagram. One I love a lot is Irma. She's probably the prettiest puma ever! They compare her to Neytiri. Irma Pumacat

Check out this cool cat! Rover The Cat

I follow a quartet of brothers: Teddy, Stache, Bendi, and Dexter. Hobbicats

I guess you all saw the news that Grumpy Cat died back in May.


Do any of you follow some cool cats?
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Old 07-14-2019, 12:08 AM
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A while back I made a post about my concern that I may have low testosterone, which I thought could be why I don't have masculine feelings, and I instead delight in the more feminine side of the spectrum. As it turns out I actually have higher testosterone levels than the average range of someone my age. I now have absolutely no medical theories as to why I have always felt so feminine. I mean, I'm a heterosexual male. I've lusted after women in my life so much that God is probably going to call me to his office to have a really long talk. Especially the bit about me becoming a Furry and developing an attraction to anthropomorphic "animals." What?! Oh come on! Don't judge me! There are really talented artists that make their characters very attractive, and sexy. I'm really into anthropomorphic cats — Kisharra and Mihari.

For the record... James Cameron is to blame for turning me into a Furry!



And maybe I watched too much Zoobilee Zoo as a child... I don't know.



Anyway, for nearly 6 years I've been dealing with failing health. I've been very aware that whatever is wrong — it's serious. I recently had several tests done, and I think we discovered what the problem is. Several of the results mixed in with the tests came back with problems. One in particular stood out. I'm not going to go into detail, but the normal range of this test is between 6 & 50; my result was off the chart at 259. I literally should be dead. I honestly don't see how I'm living with that number that high. This result is likely going to be a problem with my brain. So... I have doctor appointments to make next week, and all that fun stuff.
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Old 07-14-2019, 01:55 AM
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A while back I made a post about my concern that I may have low testosterone, which I thought could be why I don't have masculine feelings, and I instead delight in the more feminine side of the spectrum. As it turns out I actually have higher testosterone levels than the average range of someone my age. I now have absolutely no medical theories as to why I have always felt so feminine. I mean, I'm a heterosexual male. I've lusted after women in my life so much that God is probably going to call me to his office to have a really long talk. Especially the bit about me becoming a Furry and developing an attraction to anthropomorphic "animals." What?! Oh come on! Don't judge me! There are really talented artists that make their characters very attractive, and sexy. I'm really into anthropomorphic cats — Kisharra and Mihari.

For the record... James Cameron is to blame for turning me into a Furry!



And maybe I watched too much Zoobilee Zoo as a child... I don't know.



Anyway, for nearly 6 years I've been dealing with failing health. I've been very aware that whatever is wrong — it's serious. I recently had several tests done, and I think we discovered what the problem is. Several of the results mixed in with the tests came back with problems. One in particular stood out. I'm not going to go into detail, but the normal range of this test is between 6 & 50; my result was off the chart at 259. I literally should be dead. I honestly don't see how I'm living with that number that high. This result is likely going to be a problem with my brain. So... I have doctor appointments to make next week, and all that fun stuff.
Hey, a fairy told me I was demigirl. No worries!
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Old 07-15-2019, 08:05 AM
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Hi Moonbeam! How are you? Are you still trying to — figure things out? I haven't forgotten about what I said when I mentioned going over what the Bible actually says on the subject of transgender and homosexuality. I know you may already know it, but others might not, especially if they've only encountered fake "Christians" that spew hateful nonsense. I'll get around to it, I just want to present it in a way that isn't my opinion. I started writing it a couple of months ago, and I got kind of stuck. Plus, what I wrote got really long, and I want to make it more concise.



Your mom had stage 4 cancer?! Does, "She's doing better now" mean she beat it? I certainly hope so. My dad, grandfather, and aunt died from cancer recently. So many people die from cancer. I see people say it's because we're better at finding it. Well, if that's the case, and cancer isn't occurring at higher rates, which is what I believe is happening; then there would have been a time in the not too distant past when large numbers of people were dying of some mysterious illness which would later turn out to be this cancer epidemic we're dealing with. If you look back you see that these mysterious deaths didn't happen. It appears that we're really getting cancer at higher rates.

I believe it's in part to do with a diet deficient in nutrients.

It also seems as though something is being done to us intentionally. I mean, in the past it was really old people with cancer, and it was a scary thing because it was a death sentence. Then people in their 50s and 60s started getting it in higher numbers. Then people in their 30s and 40s started getting I more, and that's when we started seeing big moves for government funding for cancer research. Now we have entire hospitals filled with children who have various cancers, and that got people to crack open their wallet. I think it's a racket myself. It's all about the money.

My dad had "TERMINAL bone cancer" and they still gave him radiation and prescribed him chemotherapy. These were pills that cost $10,000 per prescription. If it's terminal there's no reason to treat it. All chemotherapy does is make someone horribly sick before they die, and in most cases I've looked into the cancer isn't what killed the patient — the treatment did. In the United States the third leading cause of death is medical error. The leading cause of death is cancer. Most cancer deaths are from the treatment. So I would say the leading cause of death in the United States is medical error.

Getting back to what you originally said; if your mom beat it be sure to press her to get reevaluated often. My dad, grandfather, and aunt all had cancer they beat; or so they thought. Doctors didn't catch it when it spread to other parts of the body. As it turns out, only doing blood work every six months is useless. My dad's cancer started as kidney cancer. He had his right kidney removed, and he thought that was that. I told my dad to make sure they were checking him, and he said, "Oh, they are!" I warned him that if doctors aren't looking for it they won't find it. You have to request certain tests. People falsely assume that if you've got something like cancer or HIV/AIDS that basic blood tests will reveal it. No… They have to suspect it and order the test. If they don't suspect it for a long time either due to your inability to describe the symptoms or doctor incompetence, you could bounce around from doctor to doctor for years before receiving a diagnosis.

With cancer you want to catch it as early as possible because the more advanced it the more aggressive the "treatment" must be. It can get to a stage where you're too sick to survive the treatment. And since they're getting massive amounts of money for treatment they're going to treat you if you can survive it or not. Then it becomes a situation where they have to give you chemo, and you have to take a break for two weeks to let your body recover. Chemo is a poison that kills all cells indiscriminately. It kills heart cells, liver cells, blood cells, etc. It kills fast growing cells the best, which is why it works on cancer. This is also why patients lose their hair while undergoing chemotherapy because it's the fastest growing cells in the body.

The problem is sometimes the cancer makes a big comeback before the patient can recover from their previous round of chemo. The cancer gets worse and worse, and eventually as a result of increasing the duration and dose of the treatment the patient's body gives out. They die, and that person's cause of death is listed as "cancer" when it was actually the treatment that killed them. Had competent doctors caught it early a simple surgery or a light round of radiation may have been all that was needed.

Anyway, sorry about the rant. The subject of cancer always gets me stirred up.

I'm glad to see that you're still around Wind. I hear ya, I'm ready to go back to Pandora too. I actually haven't watched AVATAR since 2014, and I've been flying on autopilot when it comes to the sequels. I don't look up information, read articles, or watch interviews because I don't want to spoil anything. Plus, with the frequent delay announcements I got really nervous a few delays back, and I feared that the next "delay" would be the announcement announcing that the sequels have been canceled. And as I understand it, if "AVATAR 2" is a flop they won't release 3, 4, or 5
Kaltx์ n์mun. I am sorry to hear that your family has had so many issues with cancer. As for my mom's case, last year a vien in her leg blew and we thought that was the big event as she lost alot of blood, well that was sorted out, but when doing scans they found a mass in her midsection and then it turned out to be Cancer. She had a hysterectomy last July and then chemo last fall and since then all her cancer levels and scans are coming back clear, she is on a new drug that delays recurrences, the docs say that most likely it will come back at some point, but hopefully at least it can be delayed a while and maybe even better than that, but all we can do is take it one day at a time and make the most of time. But as for now so far so good, and she even won a trip to Europe for her and Dad so at least there has been a bit of good luck As for cancer, I think it is alot of things, humans are larger and stronger than in the past, but we have lots of chemical consumption, prossesed foods, and pollution that I think sadly has made Cancer worse.
As for now, well its been sunny, typically hot/warm and the Missouri river is now in month number 4 of being above flood stage. Btw my apologies for any typos, made this post with my phone lol.
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Old 07-21-2019, 03:40 PM
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Please everyone stay safe and cool during this heat wave.
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Old 07-23-2019, 03:11 AM
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I wrote a creepypasta. Read it and be spooked.


https://moonbeamelf.tumblr.com/post/...sed-to-like-it
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Old 08-21-2019, 10:06 PM
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Old 08-23-2019, 06:29 AM
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This tweet - and comment reply - from the official Avatar Twitter page.
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Old 08-23-2019, 10:16 PM
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i wish you could twitter and instagram posts on here. lots of Avatar fans on IG. *sighs*
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Old Yesterday, 09:31 PM
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This is amazing. I love it.
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Old Today, 05:48 AM
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that Pandora Unearthed archival art they supposedly 'just found', is on the 2006 Avatar Art Reel, on Disc 2 of the Avatar Collector's Edition blu-ray, which i bought in April 2010, nine years ago. just found, puh-leeze. it's also in the Avatar Survival Guide.
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