Blog Pee | Febuary 2, 2010
that was a funny movie….
yes, it’s blog pee time again, even though we just went… and I’m not sure if it’s still groundhog day or not… each tomorrow seems the same as yesterday’s spilt milk.
COFFEE – TEA – SODA POP – PEE
The caffeine found in tea leaves is not the same as the caffeine in coffee beans.
For one, tea is much lower in general, rich in anti-oxidants and balanced verses the highs and lows caused by coffee.
Coffee caffeine perpetuates the physiological symptoms as seen in anxiety and stress – racing heartbeat, insomnia, sweating, nervousness, agitation and palpations. This is all associated with one’s Sympathetic Nervous System or the fight or flight instinct.
Tea on the other hand stimulates the Parasympathetic Nervous System, or the “rest and digest” response.
So the message is, drink coffee and freak out. Drink tea and feel relaxed, happy and healthy. It encourages a clear mind, improves concentration and helps digest food properly.
Things that were better when my parents were growing up.
The ground soil that we grow our food in wasn’t so depleted.
GMO foods didn’t exist.
Fast food was a rarity.
Feel sorry for the Chinese youth…. ignorance may seem blissful but to me they seem like brainwashed little sheeple who don’t know or apparently care about freedom. What they don’t know does hurt them. They don’t even know they’re being subjected to excessive censorship.
They think they have choices, but like cable tv, there’s 57 channels of crap. sure there’s different flavors to ‘choose’ from, but it’s all crap in the end.
Clueless Ignorant Chinese
upon watching slobama’s 2010 SofU address… what comes to mind is this:
joining dar cast of idiots, morons & baffoons >> joe biden dar bobblehead und nancy palosi clap happy jack in dar box clown
I love reading comments on youtube – it confirms that one can be an ignorant douchebag but still be just smart enough to use a computer and surf the internet.
A comeback for when someone calls you crazy:
There are many who will dub me a ‘nut’ for what
I have written and spoken.
My reply is this:
Today’s mighty oak is just
yesterday’s nut that held its ground.