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Discussion in 'The Sump' started by Kanga, 6 Jun 2010.

  1. Kanga

    Kanga Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Hey all good to see MASA has grown so much, been missing you all but they have really been making me work here in CT:peroni:

    Seriously, all is looking really good
     
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    Holy crap Kanga, glad to see you're still alive... how's it going man?
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Not bad not bad Tobes, busy but hell great to see the job you guys have done, truly awesome :thumbup::peroni:
     
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    AAAAHHHH!!! its a kanga!!!! killkanga
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Hey hey Scuba, you well young man ?
     
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    You can take some credit for yourself man, you also had some great input into MASA with all those links and write-ups ;)
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Details Details, you guys took and ran with it, and clearly did a great job :)

    respect guys respect :thumbup:
     
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    Now look what the cat dragged in, how the hell are you my friend?
    Looks like they making you work for a change.
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Hey Alan, hope you been well. Yeah never worked like this before, some nifty projects on the go.

    Man you guys have this place smoking;)
     
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    Good to hear you busy, many companies are complaining about being quite a the moment. As for this place rocking that is credit to all that help out past and present.
     
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    i'm good man. Tank is going great! What are you running at the moment? Not bath water stuff i hope:whistling:
    What 'work' are you busy doing hmm? Hope its not making ANGRY more angry:lol:
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Shame Little ANGRY had her tonsils out, she is good though.

    No tank at the mo, thinking of a 1.2m in the near future still have all the kit, but lets see how work goes.

    Work, er well a little sausage cooking system, but that a long boring story, and a few others :)
     
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    greetings kanga, how was your trip to outer space, or was it only to the central reactor of koeberg? nice to hear things are well with you and that you are doing well, your presence is sorely missed :)
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Eish, been all over. So how is things over in that cold place Crispin :peroni:
     
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    well they are truley beautiful to be frank. warm weather, green grass and so many trout and greyling to catch i have a sore arm from casting :) Norway truley is a beautiful country, and thats without leaving my own property :)
     
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    so abt that 1.2, any realistic chances of seeing you with wet hands again soon?
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Oh Lovely, and how is the beer there ?
    Well our one big projects ends in September, I hope to have some time then. Really missing it have plenty of space in the house
     
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    beer is Fing expensive and I am on a detox diet at the moment so i would appreciate it if we kept this topic short! one week gone with no beer, no coffee and no meat of any form....even potatoes are apparently evil?????? but you can be hammered a cool R73 for a pint in a bar here :(

    here's holding thumbs you can fill that space in the house with a tank soon :)
     
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    Kanga Thread Starter Retired Moderator MASA Contributor

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    Goeie Donder, 73 bucks a beer, oh well beer is ALWAYS a bargain.

    No Coffee:whistling:
    No Beer:whistling:
    No Meat:whistling::whistling:
    No Potatoes:whistling:

    Crispin, how do I put this to you, What the point of trying to prolong your life by cutting out the things that make it worth living


    OK listen to your Uncle Kanga

    Research indicates that coffee provides protective effects for the following conditions:

    Asthma – Drinking coffee can help to control asthma, and in some cases can even be used to treat an asthma attack when conventional medication is not available.
    Colon cancer – 2 or more cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of colon cancer by 25%.
    Gallstones – The likelihood of developing gallstones is decreased nearly 50% by drinking at least 2 cups of coffee per day.
    Headache – Coffee cures or diminishes some types of headaches.
    Liver cirrhosis – The risk for this condition is reduced by 80% with the ingestion of 2 or more cups of coffee each day.
    Parkinson’s disease – 6 studies have found that regular (caffeinated) coffee drinkers reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease by as much as 80%.
    Tooth decay – A compound in coffee called Trigonelline has anti-adhesive and antibacterial properties, which helps prevent cavities.
    Type 2 Diabetes – A Harvard longitudinal study of 126,000 people found that 1 to 3 cups of caffeinated coffee per day can reduce the risk of developing diabetes by less than 10%, while 6 or more cups per day reduces women’s risk by 30% and men’s by 54%. Drinking decaffeinated coffee reduces the risk for diabetes by approximately half that achieved with caffeinated coffee.
    http://food-facts.suite101.com/article.cfm/the_health_benefits_of_coffee

    Meat? Grass fed meat is high in Omega 3 & 6 and CLA's all VERY Good for you http://www.eatwild.com/healthbenefits.htm
    http://www.americangrassfedbeef.com/grass-fed-natural-beef.asp
    Beer? Barley, malt, hops and water hey thats all natural:1:

    Health Benefits of Beer
    http://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/beverage/health-benefits-of-beer.html
    Anticancer Properties: A flavonoid compound, Xanthohumol found in hops used in brewing beer has been identified to play a major role in chemoprevention of cancer, including prostate cancer. According to Bio-medicine, beer is also a good source of polyphenols due to the grains used for fermentation. Beer has been proven effective against fighting cancer just like red wine.
    Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases: Beer contains vitamin B6 which protects against heart diseases by preventing the build-up of a compound called homocysteine. Beer has a thinning effect on blood and prevents formation of clots, which cause blocks in coronary arteries. Moderate beer consumption also reduces the risk of inflammation, the cause for atheroscleros.
    Increased Bone Density: Moderate beer consumption is shown to increase bone density, preventing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis.
    Prevention of Dementia and Coronary Disease: Beer consumption also boosts the level of “good cholesterols” by 10-20% thus reducing the risk of dementia and coronary diseases.
    Aids Digestive System: Beer is shown to possess a number of digestive properties, which include stimulation of gastrin, gastric acid, cholecystokinin and pancreatic enzymes.
    Anti-Aging Properties: Beer increases the potency of vitamin E which is a major antioxidant in the body, apart from being vital in maintenance of healthy skin, and mitigates the ageing process.
    Prevention of Anaemia: Beer is a good source of vitamin B12 and folic acid, the deficiency of which may lead to anaemia. Vitamin B12 is also essential for maintaining normal growth, good memory and concentration.
    Diabetes: Studies have linked moderate beer consumption to lower prevalence of type 2 diabetes.
    Gallstones: Regular consumption of moderate levels of beer affects the cholesterol levels and decreases bile concentration leading to reduced risk for development of gallstones.
    Kidney Stones and Osteoporosis: Beer is found to be high in potassium and low in its sodium content. It is a rich source of magnesium which results in reduced risk of kidney stones. The silicon present in beer is readily absorbed by the body, explaining the protective effect of beer against osteoporosis.
    Hypertension: Regular beer drinkers have been found to have lower levels of blood pressure, compared to people consuming similar amount of wine or other spirits.
    Stress Buster: Like other alcohols, beer is shown to reduce stress, and facilitates sleep.
    Diuretic: Beer acts as a diuretic, increasing urination. This in turn facilitates increased removal of toxic and waste materials out of the body.
    Cleansing of Gastrointestinal Tract: Beer is a good source of soluble fibres which promotes general health apart from being good for heart as it results in cleansing of the digestive tracts.



    and poatoes, oh man they cannot be bad for you

    So, as your new Doctor, go and get a 600gr Steak, with Baked potatoes, with some R73 Beer and when your done have a coffee on me :slayer:
     
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  21. scubaninja

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    awww poor angry:whistling: You communicating via pen + pad ? Or are you enjoying the silence;) Oh yes, the blast radius, i remember this :)
     
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