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  • epicgeek

    epicgeek

    March 11, 2015, 5:49 am

    That's actually pretty standard. Any animal that kills a human is always either shot or put to sleep. And quite often animals who just attack humans.

    The reason is any animal who has attacked a human usually does so again. If you release it into the wild it'll end up killing a camper or hiker a few months later.

    Doesn't matter who made the bear angry... the end result is you have an angry bear who doesn't like humans, knows he can kill humans and doesn't see any consequence for doing so.

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  • bagurmom

    bagurmom

    March 11, 2015, 2:45 am

    The questions isn't about if humans evolved eating meat. I studied the evolution of our digestive system extensively, and I can't say 'humans evolved to eat meat.' We don't evolve *toward* anything. Eating meat by hunting (and mostly scavving) contributed both to the evolution of our culture and society. And the size of our brains, as an omnivorous diet allowed more energy to be diverted to the brain. But are we designed *to eat meat*? We're designed for it to be an option.

    And option that as a vegan, I decline, based on the way animals are treated, which is the point of this post. Animals are tortured and abused in the American farming system. From fish farms to slaughterhouses, animals are treated like they're not living beings. If they were treated better as a whole, I would be inclined to partake in some form of dairy or eggs.

    If you subscribe to our evolved traits being a compass for how we should act today, I hope you're getting 80% of your diet from food your SO gathered, and you're going out hunting for days at a time with a bunch of dudes. Be sure to die by the age of 30, too (no pesky cancer; not a prob in the eea).

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  • Sec_Henry_Paulson

    Sec_Henry_Paulson

    March 11, 2015, 5:59 am

    i've spent years trading, gambling, and writing software to do both.

    some advice.

    whether in the casino, or out on the trading floor, the only thing that will make you successful in the long run is good money management practices.

    even if you come up with a great algorithm that seems to work well, it will inevitably produce losses (otherwise why aren't you betting your entire balance on every trade?)

    so, you figure out what you want to trade, and how you want to trade, crunch some numbers and determine whether or not your algorithim is likely to produce successful results. ideally you'd like something that is telling you that you'd be 80%+ profitable using that method (based on historical data, and some real-time testing)

    from there you need to manage your money and say, for example, no more than 2% of your balance will be risked on each trade. the combination of a potentially successful algorithm, should, over time produce consistently profitable results, and if the market works against you, you will have not put much of your assets at risk and will leave you in a good position to re-evaluate the market conditions, your approach to them, or whatever seems to be off.

    making the big bets is always fun because there's always the possibility of that huge payout, but you're really just taking a coin toss, and as you've found is not sustainable in the long run.

    even if you get back into the game with more money to burn, you're likely to make the same mistakes until you slow down.

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  • ST2K

    ST2K

    March 11, 2015, 12:32 am

    >...but those in powerful positions will always bribe.

    Bullshit!

    You don't give a criminal a free pass 'cause it commits his crimes so often that they become commonplace - even "normal." You prosecute the living daylights out of criminals. You regulate them so they can't go to the bathroom without filling a form in triplicate. You put them in a box and impede their desires to run roughshod over the will of the general public. This is not government of, by and for the stockholder, it's government of, by and for the people.

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  • thepensivepoet

    thepensivepoet

    March 10, 2015, 5:45 pm

    Not enough people to support a business who does nothing but sell CDs. There's just no way a market exists large enough to pay for all the overhead costs of a business (rent/electricity/salaries/etc) and still come out in the black at the end of the month.

    That's why you get CDs at big box stores and the little ones go out of business. It isn't even really about price point. Even if you could undercut Wal-Mart (which you can't) the increased product turnover would likely still fail to support your business.

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  • aaronblohowiak

    aaronblohowiak

    March 10, 2015, 3:40 pm

    Just beat it a few times earlier in the day, and then ravage her. Once you get used to being able to last with her, you'll be back to your old self in no time. also, if you go at it, and you feel an O coming on, pull the fuck out before you reach the point of no return. you can change positions as an excuse for this. also, try changing to a much lower speed and just getting used to the idea of being inside her, and take it really, really slowly.

    alternatively, pretend that you resent her while you do it -- apparently that worked in the past

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  • nickehl

    nickehl

    March 11, 2015, 5:22 am

    I think the issue here is not why he committed suicide. What I (and I think all of my fellow Redditors, though I can't speak for them) am so angry about is the callous disregard with which she treats the now deceased man.

    She's even so brazen as to spell out in no uncertain terms that she can't be sued for libel so she's going to say pretty much whatever she wants about this guy.

    The issue I take with her comes from her blatant insensitivity towards the dead man and his friends and family.

    I'm not a violent man, but if someone posted this about one of my family members days after his death, rage and grief would render me unaccountable for my actions by way of temporary insanity.

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  • Wickens

    Wickens

    March 10, 2015, 10:44 pm

    Back story: GF had no job for a long time, been together over a year and I was helping her as much as I could.

    I found some IM's once on her PC about going to see a guy specifically without me who she said is her "friend"

    I installed keylogging software because I had suspicions.

    Two weeks ago:

    After a weeks vacation that I paid for entirely, we were visiting my friends out of town.

    As per the norm, we get back to her apartment after I had been driving for 2 hours and she takes a shower.

    I checked the keylog and found some fun messages from her to another guy telling him he should sneak over and "surprise" her one day (Just way more descriptive).

    Anyway, I got mad and grabbed everything of mine that I could while leaving the keylogging software up on her PC.

    I drove BACK to my friends place (2 hours) and just drank. She knew not to call me and the only contact she was me calling "I dont want to talk to you right now, I'll call you tomorrow, dont touch my shit."

    The next day she starts with the long "sorry" email bla bla bla.

    THEN it quickly turned out to be my fault in her eyes because I was always faithful and apparently me having totally founded suspicions means I should just let her cheat on me and wait to find out or wait until we had moved in and just assumed she wasnt a whore.

    I got over her by test driving a new loaded 8 Cylinder Mustang GT the next day haha

    Side note: She told me once that she tried to pickup a pizza delivery guy and failed.

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  • flyryan

    flyryan

    March 10, 2015, 9:32 am

    He took it for recreation before he was under treatment for being BiPolar. You said:

    > you really shouldn't be on any drugs at all because it shows a complete lack of awareness and respect for your condition. People like you destroy what little legitimacy psychoactive pharmaceutical industry has.

    Obviously, that is NOT the case with him. He has clearly stated that all of this was before he respected condition and now he doesn't do any of this. He keeps his condition under control right now. That's why your reading comprehension sucks. You insulted him and said he shouldn't be on medication because he doesn't understand his condition, when he CLEARLY does. Read his original post instead of making some random judgment about him and how he acted before he had it under control.

    TL;DR: You're an asshole.

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  • Stegg

    Stegg

    March 11, 2015, 7:20 am

    Well, by your logic we shouldn't rule out the possibility that it wasn't a ghost that this guy was seeing but instead an alien from outer space; one that has the ability to alter humans' dreams and mental states. It wouldn't hurt to add that these very special aliens are pink, maintain a steady diet of quasars to stay alive, and are responsible for the assassination of JFK.

    Of course, this couldn't possibly be real because science hasn't proven it to be true, but this is totally negated by the utter lack of objectivity when researching such.

    Explanations are only theories until they're substantiated by evidence. I'm simply offering alternate theories that may explain this highly unusually an inexplicable phenomenon. If none of these theories can be tested or are not falsifiable, then they simply fantasies (yes, even the gas leak theory (GLT)).

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  • cballowe

    cballowe

    March 11, 2015, 7:15 am

    One of the biggest problems with public education is the lack of involvement of the parents. The difference between a child who has spent an hour a day in someone's lap being read to or otherwise interacting with people for the first four years of their life and a child who's babysitter has been the TV is huge. Once they hit school, the schools are obliged to give every child the same treatment. In order to have a child placed in special ed, they often have to test at an IQ of 70 (2.5 std. dev. below mean) and gifted programs tend to be about 2 deviations above the mean. That leaves a very wide range of abilities in the "normal" classroom. Teachers are then not allowed to hold children back until they master material, so they set the standards for passing much lower than they should be.

    At least medicine has the concept of triage. If you could triage students and only treat the ones that you were capable of teaching, you could have the top students going much farther. As it stands the top level is un-challenged while the bottom level is failing to learn.

    As to social security and the post office. Social security is fairly well administered - the problem with it is that the other parts of the government keep borrowing against the fund. The post office pretty much rocks.

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  • ignatiusloyola

    ignatiusloyola

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    I have followed the story with only minor interest, and I am not sure I have an opinion one way or the other.

    What I would like to point out is that it is a fallacy to associate the actions of a subset of people in a country with the country as a whole, and use that as an argument about a totally different situation. First it is a generalization of the few to the many, then a generalization of the many to the few. To top it all off, it is an appeal to public emotion on both the death penalty (which it has not been determined will be the outcome of this situation) and the acceptance of marijuana usage.

    Whatever - downvote me if you will. I don't like people being manipulative. Post the link and let me make my own decision.

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  • James_dude

    James_dude

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 am

    You can look at women brought up in America and exclaim how terrible it is that they feel pressured to wear revealing clothes and make-up. However I am sure that you would consider it unfair to ban this way of dressing, even if the reasons for it are wrong. It's exactly the same situation but reversed.

    The society in which they were brought up has had an effect on how these women present themselves. Many are happy with dressing this way, but they are forced not to, which is why I have to conclude that this is wrong.

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  • geoff422

    geoff422

    March 10, 2015, 3:06 pm

    I think Robert Carlyle's character was desperate. The attack was going to force them to evac. He was sure this was his only chance to go to where ever that address went. A lot of people seem to miss this, but apparently this stargate where they were dialing from was the only location they had with enough power to dial such a long distance number. I don't think it was a ZPM, that gate was probably tapped into geothermal energy from the planet. Why didn't they gate somewhere else? They were, until Carlyle canceled their call and put in the address to the ship after the video game nerd figured it out. I wonder if maybe the Dr planned this attack with the Lucian Alliance to force this situation? Whatever it is, I don't think we got enough details from the premier.

    I don't think the ship was in it's 12 hour orbit at the perfect time. They gated to it from across the universe.

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  • SageRaven

    SageRaven

    March 10, 2015, 11:13 am

    My own family has some anecdotal evidence which supports this. Compared to our observations of the typical family, we consume very little sugar. We do not keep juices or soda in the house, and we make most everything from scratch, so our sugar intake is less (you see the crazy shit that has sugar and corn syrup? Catsup, spaghetti sauce, and beef or chicken base?!?). My wife and I enjoy the morning cup of coffee (cream and sugar),the kids will buy the occasional soda or junk food when they have allowance or gift money to burn, or we'll bake cookies/cakes/pies a couple times a month. But that's the extent of our sweet indulgences.

    We also rarely ever get sick. And when we do, it's more of feeling a little under the weather for a day or two, as opposed to getting knocked on your ass.

    The only times our kids usually get sick is when they have sleep-overs at some other kid's place and they spend the whole time eating shitty food, sweets, and soda.

    Of course, maybe eating a healthy diet in general may be the factor, not the lack of multiple sugar rushes throughout the day. Or the fact that we aren't exposed to people and the daily stresses of modern life, due to the kids being home schooled and my working from home.

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  • thedude37

    thedude37

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 am

    >Costs that are often incurred by providing proper medical care to patients, which can be reduced by providing (instead of proper) half-assed or no medical care.

    See, that is a problem. If health insurance were a free-market commodity, people could leave company A that employs such practices, and instead patronize company B that does not. Then, company A would have to become more ethical to continue to be a solvent company. But, the way health insurance is rationed today makes this scenario impossible.

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  • doctor_alligator

    doctor_alligator

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    I had a long-distance relationship that didn't work out so well, because, well, it was long-distance. It lasted for a year though, and when she called it off I was pretty devastated. In the last month or so of our relationship I had been talking to this other girl who I became good friends with, and after the break up I rebounded onto her. It was a turbulent relationship, I was still hung up over the previous girl and she had a long list of genetic diseases - I wanted to make life better for her, but ultimately failed. After about two months we split up, she said she didn't like me in that way any more and let's just be friends. The next day, I found out that a friend of a mutual friend asked her to his school's prom pretty much the instant he found out we broke up - and she had said yes. And about a week from then, she was talking about how she was In Love with this guy (who she had known for three weeks before the breakup). We continued being Just Friends, but the relationship got worse and worse, finally culminating when we had a massive argument about my drinking habits (which was a single can of cider at a party; I'm a light social drinker, but she absolutely loathes the stuff). The argument spilled into email, where she said to me, "I find you annoying because that's just how you are. Even when we were a thing I thought so. If I wanna talk to you I will, for now, please listen to me next time I tell you to fuck off. I don't want you bugging me about some stupid story you're writing."

    That was the last straw, at which point I said to her, "I would prefer if you hadn't kept your opinion from me all this time and since I know you don't really want to ever talk to me again I'll tell you what I think of you: you're a self-righteous bitch who needs to get off her moral high chair. You're no better than anyone else in this world no matter how much you degrade almost everyone, calling them idiots and retards and all that lot. You're just as bad as the rest of the world, so stop judging everybody. Goodbye."

    She weakly replied with, "You really only wanted the last word. I don't think you mean any of that," and I'll be honest, I've never felt so cruelly powerful than when I knew just how much I had hurt her. I put the final nail in the coffin, told her that, "I meant every word of it. Now go away. There's a reason there was a full stop after 'Goodbye'." I blocked her and that, it seemed, was the end of that.

    A month or two later, and I found out from a mutual friend that her relationship with the guy she dumped me for was going extremely downhill, and that she could use with more friends. I restarted our friendship after that, put everything behind us and really are Just Friends now.

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  • simonsarris

    simonsarris

    March 10, 2015, 7:09 pm

    A few years back me and some friends dressed up in entirely black (with some hats) and went to the affluent part of town, where the best trick-or-treating is.

    We found a suitable house and talked to the owners, then stood on the front lawn by the walkway and froze into statues.

    We'd like two or three little brigades of kids pass us by without moving at all. Some would stop and argue about whether or not we were real, others would barely notice us.

    Then one would touch us, and one of us might fall over. And then we would all come to life!

    Some kids got scared shitless, others were completely delighted. The house owners loved us. We ended up doing it the next year, too.

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