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Posted: 8/13/2012 1:56:56 PM
That is inaccurate. TM7 is exploring options to return to LSU now. He wants to sit out a year and play the 2013 season for the Tigers. Decision should be made by wednesday
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Posted: 8/13/2012 3:02:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 4theluvofmoney:

Les Miles did not kick him off football team, the school kicked him out, so he had no choice..remember that.

He was dismissed from the team and had his scholarship revoked.

There are potheads on every campus across America and they don't give a garbage if you test positive.

The issue was him being a student athlete at LSU and their policy. Nearly every school has student athletes on the same one.

Since he's off the team and off of scholarship, he basically has to change schools (who will put him on scholarship) or pay his own way at LSU.

If he pays his own way he can still attend LSU. I can't see LSU saying no to him if he stays out of trouble over the next year while he is sitting out.

There were calls from USC and FSU for him to come over, sit out in 2012 and play in 2013. Why would he go there if he has potentially the same option at LSU?
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Posted: 8/13/2012 6:16:58 PM
LSU is not letting him return. If he wants to stay in school as a student for 2 more years and graduate then fine, but it was just announced that he can not return to the football team even for the 2013 season.

He might transfer to another big name school and sit out or transfer to fcs
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Posted: 8/14/2012 2:04:35 AM
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Originally Posted by BamaPiks:

I respect your thoughts...I think.

I will agree with you on one thing. In the early 90's there was a legitimate cure for a specific type of cancer...honestly can't remember the specific type. It mysteriously disappeared and 1-2% of cancer patients could afford the treatment at best if it ever hit the market.

One thing I am totally stunned about is your statement of: "cancer is easily preventable".

You can't change the way your cells grow and their mutation cycle! I'd suggest you never make that statement to a room full of grieving family members that have lost a family member to cancer. A three year old child can't prevent getting cancer!!

You are also forgetting one of the biggest correlations to the skyrocket in cancer...food and water! Foods are hardly as natural as they were many years ago. If you knew what was put in meat during food processing...pretty gross. You'd probably turn into a vegetarian until you realized the harmful pesticides used to make veggies grow at a faster rate so a crop can be turned faster. Steroids with chickens, cows, pigs...it's all to speed the process of turning profit. Greed is a big reason the rate has skyrocketed. Too much artificial in everything we consume.

Water is even treated with chemicals that are not good for us. These chemicals have changed over the years and they do not benefit us at all!!

As for chemo it is common sense that it is a risk. However, if your cancer cells were spreading at rapid rates and that was your only "risk" of stopping the cancer from eating away at you and definitely your only chance of killing the cells then you have to make a decision. It worked for Lance Armstrong and a few people I am close too. However, nobody ever made the claim it was a cure-all or is going to work for 100% of the cancer patients. It is a tough decision to make.

There are many cures for cancer and they've been around for at least 100 years (probably longer).

The only people who are surprised that cancer is 100% preventable are those who know absolutely nothing about the disease.  Cancer can only flourish in a host that is acidic, that has poor liver function, has anaerobic blood, and is infested with certain types of of parasites.  If you reverse these four conditions, you have cured your cancer,  It's really that simple.

For example, it is a well-established scientific fact that cancer cannot survive in an alkaline host.  Therefore, if you maintain an alkaline body, you can never get cancer, and if you have cancer, you can erraticate it by transforming your body from acidic to alkaline.  That's why sodium bicarbonate has been proven to be so effective at curing cancer (some hospitals actually use sodium bicardonate as an adjuct to their torture treatments).

No a child cannot prevent cancer, but the parents of that child can.  Childhood cancers are directly related to toxic vaccines.  So if they don't poison their children with toxic vaccines, they won't get cancer in the first place.  If it's too late and they already have cancer, the worst thing you can do is seek assistance from the death care industry because all they will do is torture the child to death.

I'm not forgeting about food and water at all, and yes they are the primary sources of cancer.  In fact flouride is the #1 cancer causing chemical on earth which is exactly why it's being intentionally added to toothpaste and the public drinking water.

Yes the food supply has been completely denudded of virtually all nutrition and substituted with toxic chemicals.  And yes, that is the primary cause of cancer.  But the cure for poisoning and lack of nutrition is NOT more poisoning.  The cure is eliminating the poisons from the body and diet like flouride, aspertame, MSG, etc., and properly nourishing our bodies with real non-GMO food grown by mother nature.  In fact Max Gerson and his daughter Charlotte have cure thousands of cancer patients with just diet alone.  That healthy diet, of course, tranforms peoples' bodies from acidic to alkaline which is why it is so effective in curing cancer.  But again, diet is a personal choice which bolsters my point that cancer is 100% preventable  See:

Charlotte Gerson on Cancer and Disease

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7Ck9D45OT4

If someone does have cancer, there is no reason whatsoever to submit to chemotherapy.  All cancer can pretty much be cure in 60 days with no surgery, no chemicals, no radiation, and no chemtherapy.

I understand you that you probably make a very comfortable living off of the pharmaceutical industry, and that they have you completely brainwashed about what cancer is, what causes it, and how to cure it (and I mean that in the nicest most compassionate way because I completely understand).  The real way to cure cancer is to reverse the condition (or more precisely all 4 conditions) that caused it in the first place.  As I stated above, if you do that then you have cured the cancer.

 

 

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Posted: 8/14/2012 2:13:40 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by jimmydafreak:

There are many cures for cancer and they've been around for at least 100 years (probably longer).

The only people who are surprised that cancer is 100% preventable are those who know absolutely nothing about the disease.  Cancer can only flourish in a host that is acidic, that has poor liver function, has anaerobic blood, and is infested with certain types of of parasites.  If you reverse these four conditions, you have cured your cancer,  It's really that simple.

For example, it is a well-established scientific fact that cancer cannot survive in an alkaline host.  Therefore, if you maintain an alkaline body, you can never get cancer, and if you have cancer, you can erraticate it by transforming your body from acidic to alkaline.  That's why sodium bicarbonate has been proven to be so effective at curing cancer (some hospitals actually use sodium bicardonate as an adjuct to their torture treatments).

No a child cannot prevent cancer, but the parents of that child can.  Childhood cancers are directly related to toxic vaccines.  So if they don't poison their children with toxic vaccines, they won't get cancer in the first place.  If it's too late and they already have cancer, the worst thing you can do is seek assistance from the death care industry because all they will do is torture the child to death.

I'm not forgeting about food and water at all, and yes they are the primary sources of cancer.  In fact flouride is the #1 cancer causing chemical on earth which is exactly why it's being intentionally added to toothpaste and the public drinking water.

Yes the food supply has been completely denudded of virtually all nutrition and substituted with toxic chemicals.  And yes, that is the primary cause of cancer.  But the cure for poisoning and lack of nutrition is NOT more poisoning.  The cure is eliminating the poisons from the body and diet like flouride, aspertame, MSG, etc., and properly nourishing our bodies with real non-GMO food grown by mother nature.  In fact Max Gerson and his daughter Charlotte have cure thousands of cancer patients with just diet alone.  That healthy diet, of course, tranforms peoples' bodies from acidic to alkaline which is why it is so effective in curing cancer.  But again, diet is a personal choice which bolsters my point that cancer is 100% preventable  See:

Charlotte Gerson on Cancer and Disease

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7Ck9D45OT4

If someone does have cancer, there is no reason whatsoever to submit to chemotherapy.  All cancer can pretty much be cure in 60 days with no surgery, no chemicals, no radiation, and no chemtherapy.

I understand you that you probably make a very comfortable living off of the pharmaceutical industry, and that they have you completely brainwashed about what cancer is, what causes it, and how to cure it (and I mean that in the nicest most compassionate way because I completely understand).  The real way to cure cancer is to reverse the condition (or more precisely all 4 conditions) that caused it in the first place.  As I stated above, if you do that then you have cured the cancer.

 

 


I tell people this all the time and they think I am nuts and a conspiracy theorist… It's very clear that the people that control our environment and well being give no shits about humans. Alcohol, tobacco, fast food etc.. are just methods of genocide and that is why they are legal and harmless substances like marijuana are not.
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Posted: 8/14/2012 3:18:19 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by jwheels86:


I tell people this all the time and they think I am nuts and a conspiracy theorist… It's very clear that the people that control our environment and well being give no shits about humans. Alcohol, tobacco, fast food etc.. are just methods of genocide and that is why they are legal and harmless substances like marijuana are not.

Facts are not theoretical.  They are facts.  And everything that pertains to our government is conspiratorial.  The first Director of the FBI openly admitted this when he said:

"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."

If people would grasp one simple reality then the world would make a lot more sense to them.  That reality is that the global elite believe there are way too many people on earth, and want to drastically reduce world population.  When you understand that they really want you dead, then everything else makes sense.  Then it's easy to understand why the water and food supply are being intentionally poisoned, why the death care industry doesn't cure anyone, why kids are being poisoned and neutered with toxic vaccines, why we are fighting fake wars all over the globe, etc, etc.

As Franklin D. Roosevelt correctly asserted many years ago, "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way."

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Posted: 8/14/2012 3:29:05 AM
Im glad to see someone else knows these obvious factors as much as I do. Everyone literally thinks I need help and they have no idea how ironic that is.
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Posted: 8/14/2012 3:36:10 AM
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Originally Posted by jwheels86:

Im glad to see someone else knows these obvious factors as much as I do. Everyone literally thinks I need help and they have no idea how ironic that is.

Well you certainly "need help" in capping college football games!!!

Just kidding bro!!!

Hope you have a very profitable season!!!

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Posted: 8/14/2012 3:42:00 AM
I do every year, I don't see anything changing anytime soon..

This year will be big for a lot of us as usual 

I will be at a couple Bama home games
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Posted: 8/14/2012 8:54:38 AM
Post #81 is very well written.

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Posted: 8/14/2012 9:11:50 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by jimmydafreak:

Facts are not theoretical.  They are facts.  And everything that pertains to our government is conspiratorial.  The first Director of the FBI openly admitted this when he said:

"The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists."

If people would grasp one simple reality then the world would make a lot more sense to them.  That reality is that the global elite believe there are way too many people on earth, and want to drastically reduce world population.  When you understand that they really want you dead, then everything else makes sense.  Then it's easy to understand why the water and food supply are being intentionally poisoned, why the death care industry doesn't cure anyone, why kids are being poisoned and neutered with toxic vaccines, why we are fighting fake wars all over the globe, etc, etc.

As Franklin D. Roosevelt correctly asserted many years ago, "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way."

 

Rothschild .

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Posted: 8/14/2012 10:08:58 AM
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Rothschild .

  A gold star for you sir!!!

  And best of luck in your betting endeavors this season Laroja!!!

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QUOTE Originally Posted by jimmydafreak:

  A gold star for you sir!!!

  And best of luck in your betting endeavors this season Laroja!!!

To you as well, I always enjoy checking out your threads.

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Posted: 8/15/2012 12:04:49 AM
Mathieu was meeting with LSU tonight to discuss his future.

We have the official word from LSU and Mathieu in the next day or so.

Odds favor a transfer to McNeese St to play in 2012z
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Posted: 8/19/2012 12:22:46 AM
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You obviously have never smoked marijuana. I am a medical marijuana patient and it has literally saved my life and keeps me from being sick on a daily basis. Stop listening to your government about drugs.

And so this is an acceptable excuse for the badger to break team rules time after time? Once again there are lots of laws / rules that we do not like but guess what? They are laws / rules regardless of how you feel about them. If you want to ignore them than do so at your own risk. 

I am guessing that the badger had to know that he was on a short leash and he still determined that he was willing to take the risk.
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Posted: 8/19/2012 12:26:03 AM
I never said anything about what he did being acceptable, that doesn't change the fact that this drug being illegal is hilarious.
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Posted: 8/19/2012 1:54:44 AM
Oh yeah...I could see legalizing pot really doing great things for our country that is going down the shitter.

I wonder if it was legal to sit around and get high how many more people would be sitting on their lazy behind all day expecting hand-outs.

More of my tax dollars going straight down the shitter if that ever happened.
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Marijuana doesn't cause people to be lazy, worthless sacks of garbage are that with or without it in their system. 
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Oh yeah...I could see legalizing pot really doing great things for our country that is going down the shitter.

I wonder if it was legal to sit around and get high how many more people would be sitting on their lazy behind all day expecting hand-outs.

More of my tax dollars going straight down the shitter if that ever happened.

God must really be confused.  How dare He grow marijuana on this planet!!!

Well let's see, marijuana can be used to fuel all of our autombiles, it can replace all evironmentally unfriendly plastics with biodegradable hemp products, we can use it to make all of paper products just like we use to do in this country.  The list of industrial uses for hemp is almost endless.  At one time it was a law that all farmers in this country grow hemp.  So instead of being illegal, all farmers should be encouraged to grow vast quanties of what is probably the greatest and most useful plant on earth.

You might want to stop staring into the idiot box and pick up a book once in a while.  Most likely you wouldn't be so grossly mis-informed.

 

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Recommended viewing:

Cannabis History - The Marijuana Hemp Conspiracy (Part 1 of 3)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpfDyWT6jSM

Cannabis History - The Marijuana Hemp Conspiracy (Part 2 of 3)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ec6NeRhrTQ

Cannabis History - The Marijuana Hemp Conspiracy (Part 3 of 3)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPqj3exMHeo

The Union - The Business Behind Getting High

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jO_ncXj7RE

 

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Posted: 8/19/2012 10:47:13 AM
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All I can tell you that I'm sick and tired of seeing people in my own state neglect their kids...sub-par nutrition, not bathing their kids, and their excuse is they have no money. All the while they smoke pot every damn day. Where do they get the money for that?

It's called addiction!! You neglect your children with the money you spend on pot...which is mostly government aid...because they won't work!

But they will smoke!! Just in the past week the local news showed two people they arrested for smoking weed by their less than 1 year old baby!!

People need to straighten the hell up!
If I see one more friggin person in my community that neglects their kids so they can buy pot...I'll probably go to jail.

It is called an addiction!!
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Posted: 8/19/2012 2:24:31 PM
Bama:

you need to toke up and chill bro
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Posted: 8/19/2012 3:55:08 PM
Nah...I get drug tested in my job atleast twice a month. I'm just tired of being taxed more while ppl sit on their behind but somehow they find a way to afford pot.
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