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Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness |
Factoid | Thought 4 the Day
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1. Good News
Item 1. Firms in the USA added 128,000 new workers in October. At the
same time, "...unemployment held at historically low levels and wages rose at a
respectable clip." (source: The Economist, 09NOV2019)
Item 2. A fifth column resistance member inside the Institute of
Reprobates and Sociopaths reports the Institute is having problems finding
enough whackos, psychopaths, and terrorists to staff open positions. My source
reports that some of her co-employees see this as a chance to change the culture
of the organization but most of the co-employees she spoke to about this see it
as a threat to their ability to illegally terrorize innocent Americans and run
illegal scams for personal gain. The cause of this "worker" shortage is
uncertain, but in any case it is good news for thousands of potential victims.
Item 3. Americans lost an ally in the fight against terrorism when
Sharice Davids used a blatantly dishonest smear campaign to defeat incumbent
Congressman Kevin Yoder. The good news is that, Davids is not actively
supporting the terrorist cause. I did apprise her of the horrendous human rights
record of the Institute of Reprobates and Sociopaths, and she appears to have
taken that into account. However, we need more members of Congress actively
working to eliminate the world's most feared terrorist organization. Please do
your part in your own Congressional District to influence your (mis)representative
to stand against terrorism. If you need a good case history, see
Item 4. The number of concealed carry permit holders increased in
2017. Not surprisingly, violent crime dropped in 2017.
Item 5. The number of concealed carry permit holders increased in
2018. Not surprisingly, violent crime dropped in 2018.
Item 6. The number of concealed carry permit holders increased in
2019. Not surprisingly, violent crime dropped in 2019.
Item 7. The peddlers of the human-incompatible grain we call "wheat"
will not have as much of that toxin to offer as fake food, for the forseeable
future. American growers of this weed will leave a record 20 million acres
unplanted this year (80% was for this weed and for soybeans). That is not only
good news for American health, but also good news for the global environment.
Item 8. A major upgrade to Wi-Fi is arriving on the marketplace in
2020. It's Wi-Fi 6, and it massively outperforms the current protocol. This will
bring big benefits to many parties and also help increase the amount of (and
performance of) publicly free Wi-Fi.
Item 9. A Egypt is building a massive 1.8GW solar park in the Sahara
desert. Some of the solar radiation that would otherwise heat the sand dunes
will instead provide cheap, reliable power without burning coal.
2. Product Highlight
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- Change your settings easily using the included A/V cable and your TV or
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- Date/time stamp.
- Motion detection sensitivity adjustment.
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- Power: hardwired.
- SD card storage usage: 1GB per 10 mins.
- Min illumination: 1 LUX.
- Viewing angle: 90°.
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- Compatible with Windows XP and up and with Mac OSX and up.
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3. Brainpower tip
4. Finance tip
The disease lifestyle is very popular. But it's also very expensive. The drugs,
surgeries, tooth decay, general misery, vomiting, hospitalizations, and sitting
around in waiting rooms while also having a shortened lifespan ending in a long
period of immobility have some kind of appeal I simply do not understand. But
whatever floats your boat, I guess.|
If you're a reader of this e-newsletter,
you probably are not deeply into the disease lifestyle. But maybe you dabble,
due to social pressure. Someone offers you a doughnut, and you politely eat it.
Or there's cake at a party. The thing is, the people who push those things on
you are not considering the cost. Or how much money you save with a healthy
The cost-savings of a healthy lifestyle
Here are some ways you save money by having a diet of real food combined with
a fitness program and smart supplementation (multi-vitamin and sublingual D3)
and good hygiene.
- No need to buy deodorant. You are what you eat. If your diet is good,
you don't stink. Even if you perspire heavily.
- No need to buy sunscreen. By ensuring I get 4 to 5x the RDA of D3, I
went from sunlight hypersensitivity to never burning.
- You don't buy high-cost, negative-value garbage like sodas, cow's milk,
fruit juices, fruit wraps, or breakfast cereals.
- You don't waste money on perfumes, "air fresheners" and other harmful
products designed to mask odors that arise from poor lifestyle choices.
- The savings from the previous four items more than offsets the cost of
buying food. So your "expensive" vegetables actually cost less than the
- No need to pay deductible for doctor visits, because you don't see the
doctor for treatments of lifestyle illnesses.
- No hospitalizations to pay for or copay for.
- You'll rarely, if ever, need a dental cavity filled.
- You'll probably never need a walker.
- You won't get Type II diabetes, so you won't need a wheelchair ramp
because you won't get the customary amputations.
- Your copay on prescription drugs is zero, because you don't need those
prescriptions. Regardless of your age.
- You don't have to endure or pay for a colonoscopy, because you don't do
the colon cancer diet thing and are also protected by fiber and
anti-oxidants (risk is near zero for you, versus near 100 for DL person).
- Nursing care? Only if you injure yourself skiing!
5. Security tip
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
Photo taken a couple of weeks after my 59th birthday.
Note that the information provided here will likely conflict with the "fad
of the moment" and other unsustainable, unproductive ways of looking at
health and fitness.
Article appears below.
my climbing videos here:
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 1|
Many people either let their
bodies decay due to declining levels of key hormones (notably, testosterone)
and runaway levels of some hormones (totally preventable, but normal), or they pay $300 to
$800 a month for hormone therapy and/or (usually worthless) supplements.
There is a better, safer, cheaper, more sustainable way. I will explain the principles of
protecting and optimizing your endocrine system (where
your hormones come from), in a multi-part series. These principles
work. Need confirmation? Just look at my photo.
A healthy endocrine system:
- Automatically regulates body fat. Want to be lean, cut, or even
ripped? Start here.
- Delays or even prevents the "inevitable" loss of mobility, which
typically ends with waiting miserably to die in a nursing home.
- ...is what gives you strong bones. Not milk, which actually does the
- Helps you smell good. Note that a diet averse to endocrine health
will adversely affect how your stool, skin, and breath smell.
- Allows your brain to fully function.
- Eliminates a major risk factor in several of the most devastating
- Has dozens of other benefits not mentioned here.
Rather than overwhelm you with too much detail or a big treatise, I've
broken it down into digestible bits you can implement. The
principles and tips that I'll be providing apply to everyone. And once you
understand them, you can work out the details that best fit you. So let's start with an overview.
You may have heard of the three-legged
stool of fitness:
- Nutrition. If it's processed, it's not food. Just about anything in
the produce department is a "super food". This does not include iceberg
lettuce, but it does include such nutritional bonanzas as romaine
- Training. There are smart ways to train, and then there are the ways
the most people exercise. The latter are barely productive, and hardly
- Rest. Recuperation from training requires time. You also need to get
adequate sleep daily (or nightly, as the case may be).
For endocrine system health, you also need these:
- Consistency. Don't skip meals and don't skip workouts. Skipping
arguments is fine, however.
- Mental focus. People who lack focus tend to fail at everything,
rather than succeed at anything. This can become depressing, and that
means a negative hormonal change. Concentrate
on the task at hand.
- Positive mental attitude. That glass isn't half full, it's
overflowing! Your mental attitude plays a huge role in hormone release,
both indirectly (e.g., eating "comfort foods" causes an insulin spike)
So here's the game plan for this series:
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 2
Nutrition. If it's processed, it's not food. Just about anything in the
produce department is a "super food". This does not include iceberg lettuce,
but it does include such nutritional bonanzas as romaine lettuce.
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 3
Training. There are smart ways to train, and then there are the ways the
vast majority of people use.
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 4
Rest. Recuperation from training requires time. You also need to get
adequate sleep every day.
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 5
Consistency. Don't skip meals and don't skip workouts. Skipping arguments is
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 6
Mental focus. People who lack focus tend to fail at everything, rather than
succeed at anything. This can become depressing. Concentrate on the task at
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 7
Positive mental attitude. That glass isn't half full, it's overflowing!
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 8
Supplements. How to sort scams from the good stuff.
How to manage hormones
naturally, Part 9
Chemicals to avoid. Many commonly-used chemicals adversely affect endocrine
How to manage hormones naturally, Part 10
Handling social pressure. Rather than use willpower to fight social pressure
from the disease-embracing, health-averse culture, follow these tips to use
social pressure to your advantage.
www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative
articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to
do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:|
- The best workouts are short and intense.
- A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction
than the typical American diet.
One-third of humanity lives in either China or India.
8. Thought for the Day
Opportunities always look bigger going than coming.
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Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Often, sources are given; but where not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.
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