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Hey Sng, Equise, winedoc, you guys see Justin’s step nephew communist?

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:29 on January 11, 2019  


Amals (22:58 on 10 Jan); Maya (3:08 on 11 Jan 2019)

Posted by Equisetum @ 23:08 on January 11, 2019  

If either of you choose to check out the Kicking Horse Pass area sometime, I highly recommend that you also budget for a tour just a bit further north in the Mount Robson area, where I think you would be impressed with the surrounding landscape. Cheers. Equiz


Bank Run!

Posted by commish @ 21:14 on January 11, 2019  

Alex Valdor @ 18:31

Posted by Gold_Titan1 @ 20:16 on January 11, 2019  

Hi Alex , can you clarify if JNUG can be held for any length of time, and  does it’s value decay with time. If you could provide as much info as possible would be appreciated.


The wall

Posted by goldielocks @ 19:33 on January 11, 2019  

Now all of a sudden the left as well as some of the impudent right are having problems with Executive Orders.
Has anyone in the right ever brought up that the left has been trying to bypass the rule of law like impeaching Trump because they lost, their ” insurance policy” or their own againdea vs what’s best for ” our” country including the voters since Trump got elected. It’s been one lie after another and now it’s they don’t see any problem with our unsecured borders. They are so childish, do they think voters are that stupid. Theydont want voter IDs but they make up stories about foreign interference but didn’t have a problem with no ID to vote. If these illegals voted replub you bet they would.
They are so used to presidential puppets they can’t handle not being in control behind the scenes and closed doors selling is out. With foreign influence at that. They are not the boss so they better get used to it. That mother F will be voted for again by the same people.

Alex Valdor

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 19:11 on January 11, 2019  

JNUG is still above the various moving averages. I don’t remember where the 20 day average is but I will be gone on a close under it.



Posted by Moggy @ 19:00 on January 11, 2019  

As far as I know, there is only one Life Extension selling vitamin supplements.

RNO – I sold a little JNUG a few days ago

Posted by Alex Valdor @ 18:31 on January 11, 2019  

and bought them back today , with the commissions covered , but otherwise no real gain .

Moggy, R640

Posted by Maya @ 17:28 on January 11, 2019  

Moggy @ 9:06

Are we talking about the same Life Extension Foundation (lef.org)?

I’ve never paid over $5.50 for USPS Priority mail delivery of rather large boxes of vitamins & supplements… to Hawaii yet.  Since I joined their premium rewards program I pay nothing for shipping now.

R640 – now if you could transport that home to the islands you would be a multi-millionaire.


Posted by redneckokie1 @ 17:27 on January 11, 2019  

Hanging tough. In the recent past, it would fall like a rock on any gold break. This time just feels different.Grain markets recovered a bit today. Looks like yesterday was a dump from a hedge fund.


Richard640 @ 15:28 What are the annual taxes?? Sometimes more important than the price.

Posted by silverngold @ 17:10 on January 11, 2019  


Posted by ipso facto @ 15:57 on January 11, 2019  

Looks like at least a 600K house in my neck of the woods.

Come live in R640’s. home town-Peoria il in this $160,000 home in a good, safe neighborhood….

Posted by Richard640 @ 15:28 on January 11, 2019  
Stately Mansion at end of Columbia Terrace w/an additional dwelling. Natural woodwork features
. Grand staircase. Updated leaded windows in dining rm with built-in 9′ oak buffet, 3′ depth w/abundant storage & wood beamed ceiling. Breakfast rm off kitchen. Wood flrs & woodwork. Front parlor plus a living room with pocket doors to formal dining rm. 4 upstairs bedrooms. Master bedroom with updated bath. 3rd floor attic with spacious storage plus a cedar vault. Basement storage & workshop, walks out to backyard. Front porch & back porch. Deck. Roof new 2018. New upstairs air central conditioner July 2018.


Posted by ipso facto @ 14:55 on January 11, 2019  

PM shares sure don’t seem like they believe the gold price, waiting for the other shoe to drop. But if gold keeps going up we should have some catching up to do … or that’s my theory.

Silverngold, Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 14:33 on January 11, 2019  

Silverngold – “I have a friend who recently told me “forgot about all those supplements and healthy lifestyle changes and habits. You want to live longer, all you have to remember is, JUST DON’T DIE”

That made me LOL!!! – you want to live long? Be bitter, drink large sums of alcohol and use tobacco!


Ipso – yes, it seems we’ll need to wait awhile. Can’t believe the HUI can’t break above 162-165, or gold above $1300 – amazing

Us Goldbugz gotta stay healthy on account of it may be quite some time before we are living in Squillionaire Acres

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:14 on January 11, 2019  

Vaccine shot killed famed cancer doctor in mere minutes from “total organ failure” … state-run media desperately tries to cover it up

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:12 on January 11, 2019  

(Natural News) Dr. Martin Gore, a widely celebrated cancer doctor credited with “saving thousands of lives” died from “total organ failure” just minutes after receiving a vaccine shot yesterday. Dr. Gore was a professor of cancer medicine at the Institute of Cancer Research based in London. He “died suddenly yesterday after a routine inoculation for yellow fever,” reports The Times (UK)


Mr Copper

Posted by goldielocks @ 13:23 on January 11, 2019  

Sex and energy, I’ve hear that before but I think it has a opposite effect on women if a person is over indulging.
I think hair color besides some sudden tramitic event like losing a loved one or catastrophic event where you hear they turned white over night maybe part genes but I think nutrition and vitamins have to do with it while growing up as well. I don’t think their is a study on it but never looked for it. I’ve noticed that people who went grey faster aside from catastrophic events had similar poor eating habits growing up. With moms working out of the home you may see more health effects to their kids who will normally go after junk food and sweets. There were some stats that said the next generation instead of going up in longevity are now going down.


Posted by goldielocks @ 13:10 on January 11, 2019  

Cod liver is one of the things that will help detox heavy metals from the body. It can slow down clotting time which is beneficial to heart health to a point but have to be careful if taking any kind of so called blood thinners including aspirin and antibiotics. Other concerns would be what the fish are exposed to because the liver is where toxins go to be filtered. That’s why these days cows liver that is supposed to be good for you and higher in iron may not be if the cows are injected with antibiotics and who knows what. I used to make breaded liver as well as would get a hold of chopped liver I liked but never learned how to make it myself.
Omega3 is good for the heart and kinda antidotes other omegas like omega 9 that can be detrimental in excess comes with lots of fast foods.
They did a study many years ago think it was Greenland. They found they were having less heart attacks. In short the fishing town ate a lot of Salmon which had the Omega 3 you can also get in other foods.
Pre work out vitamins before exercise can bring you energy but have to be careful what kind you take as some of them have things on it that aren’t good for you like caffeine. Others that can expand blood vessels might not be good for some people and really little help.
As you grow older muscle can be replaced with fat so doing light weight bearing exercise not only for muscle but bones with that, swimming, walking is needed to counteract that. Last thing you want is caffeine during exercise because it constricts blood vessels and would put a strain on delivering oxygen to your heart.

About living longer…..

Posted by silverngold @ 12:58 on January 11, 2019  

I have a friend who recently told me “forgot about all those supplements and healthy lifestyle changes and habits. You want to live longer, all you have to remember is, JUST DON’T DIE”

Mr.Copper @ 12:04 on January 11, 2019

Posted by Ororeef @ 12:42 on January 11, 2019  

You got it  !  use it or lose it !

Mr Copper-I suspect. you are blessed with “large molecule cholesterol”-almost all centenarians have it

Posted by Richard640 @ 12:18 on January 11, 2019  

my great aunt had it—born. in 1894–died 2004–lived 110 years–just for fun, u should check

Scientists trying to figure out why just 1 person in 10,000 lives to be 100 have found an important clue in the blood.

Centenarians, a new study shows, tend to have larger than average cholesterol-carrying molecules.

The study, to be published today, in The Journal of the American Medical Association, adds to an emerging collection of evidence that suggests that the size of lipoproteins, both good and bad, may play a significant role in heart disease, diabetes and, consequently, longevity.

”Large particle size seems to give people an extra 20 years of life, with very little disability to go along with it,” said Dr. Nir Barzilai, who directed the study at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx.

Dr. Barzilai also traced large lipoproteins to a specific gene that influences lipoprotein size.

The study looked at 213 centenarians and 216 of their offspring, as well as a control group of 256 people in their 60’s and 70’s whose parents did not live to 100. The three groups were similar in their average total cholesterol; in their bad cholesterol, or low density lipoproteins; and in their body mass indexes, which are based on a ratio of height and weight and are used to gauge whether people are overweight. The centenarians and offspring, as would be expected, had higher levels of the good cholesterol.

But when the researchers looked at lipoprotein size, the centenarians stood out. Eighty percent of them were found to have an unusually high proportion of large particles. Nearly half of their children also had the large particles, suggesting an even chance of inheriting the quality, Dr. Barzilai said. Just 8 percent of the control group had the larger lipoproteins.

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The researchers also found that subjects with cardiovascular problems were less likely to have large lipoproteins.

”It’s no surprise that centenarians would be specially protected against cardiovascular disease,” said Dr. Thomas T. Perls, a geriatrician at the Boston Medical Center who directs a separate study of centenarians. ”It’s the No. 1 killer among old people, and centenarians must have some protection against it.”

Another centenarian researcher, Dr. James W. Vaupel, director of the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany, cautioned against overinterpreting the new study.

Smaller lipoprotein size ”looks to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease,” Dr. Vaupel said. ”But there are many other risk factors — high blood pressure, smoking, eating a fatty diet, not getting enough exercise.”

In the last five years, other researchers have also found a connection between small molecules of the bad cholesterol, or L.D.L., and the perilous buildup of plaques in the arteries. Small L.D.L. particles are better at digging into the walls of blood vessels and creating the conditions for plaques to form, said Dr. W. Timothy Garvey, chairman of nutrition sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, who has conducted some of this research.

”All L.D.L. particles are bad,” Dr. Garvey said. ”But the smaller ones are worse than the bigger ones.”

When people who have been sedentary start performing regular exercise, their L.D.L. particles grow bigger, as shown by Dr. William E. Kraus, a cardiologist at the Duke University Medical Center, and his colleagues a year ago in a study of people 40 to 65.

”For years,” Dr. Kraus said, ”scientists had known that exercise helped prevent heart disease. But we didn’t know how it could be beneficial, because it didn’t affect cholesterol levels. Now we know that exercise makes small dense L.D.L. particles larger and fluffier.”

How size affects the operation of the good cholesterol, or high density lipoproteins, is not known. H.D.L. carries cholesterol out of the blood vessels and into the liver. One possibility is that the larger H.D.L. molecules simply carry a bigger load. But, Dr. Barzilai said, ”The situation may be more complex.”

He traced the larger particles from a mutation in a gene that is responsible for creating a protein, C.E.T.P., or cholesterol ester transfer protein, which helps regulate the size of cholesterol particles. Dr. Barzilai found that nearly 25 percent of the centenarians in his study carried two copies of a particular variant of the gene that suppresses C.E.T.P. activity. In the control group, just 8 percent had the variant.

The gene may be one reason why some centenarians in Dr. Barzilai’s study have lived to 100, even though they were overweight or ate badly.

”I hate to say it,” he said. ”but I think it’s true. If you have this gene, you can smoke and you can be fat and you can not exercise. This sounds to me terrible.”



Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:04 on January 11, 2019  

Ok understood. But a long time ago a doctor once told me our bodies adapt and produce it’s own needs from what we eat. I think the most important things are avoiding stress, get some excerzise, and as much sex as possible. 🙂 Also if working take as much time off as possible.

Mr. Copper

Posted by Moggy @ 11:22 on January 11, 2019  

I don’t worry about staying alive, transitioning to another dimension would not phase me at all.  The reason I use vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements is to avoid being dependent upon the system through illness or the breakdown of my mind and body.  Enjoying life to the utmost in old age requires activity other than watching tv, it requires being in touch with one’s body and supplying it with the nutrients it needs to function at optimum levels.  Depletion of soils in the last 100 years can no longer supply humanity’s nutritional requirements, ergo, supplements.

Buygold @ 11:12

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:19 on January 11, 2019  

That’s not very boltonesque. 🙂

but true …

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