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  why did i receive a warning in ss4u?
Posted by: Otim07 - 11-01-2018, 01:05 AM - Forum: IOPList - Replies (4)

Sorry, can you please tell me. what I did wrong? I am not badmouthing anyone if I slipped info I was not suppose to I’m sorry. But I have said nothing but praises for the shipper

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  hello everyone! i hope you are well!!
Posted by: honstym - 10-31-2018, 05:29 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (10)

hi guys. really happy to be here. awesome forum and clued up members! ill be about a lot of the time. i hope you are all ok and happy. stay safe! blessings x

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  B3NZ0 home test kit
Posted by: quickfix - 10-31-2018, 04:45 PM - Forum: UK & Rest Of The Europe Reviews & Feedback - No Replies

Hi guys this may be of use.


Best to email them asking what test kits they have available, as stocks vary.

The Zimmermann Reagent Test Kit will identify a b3nz0

More info can be found here
hxxps://en.wikipedia (dot) org/wiki/Zimmermann_reagent


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  Red Sox fans!
Posted by: celts17 - 10-30-2018, 12:19 AM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (1)

well, I know some people are getting sick of New England sports, but the Red Sox actually won another ws. A sure sign that we are in the 21st-century and not the 20th century anymore. I would love to enjoy it but it seems like I have more worries then I can count. Figures, the only time they win as when everything else in the world is not going down well. and then I thought maybe the babe still has the curse. being half facetious, as yes I appreciate the championship, but at the same time it might be nice to win one without people talking about air in our football, or the horrible thing that happened in 2013 yada yada yada. As it seems like I depend on sports to get me through the hell of other life. I just wanna enjoy it to enjoy it. But man, I thought the economy was supposedly strong, but Amazon falls off a cliff. whatever I’m not worried about stocks yet, I do worry about the value of RE. Tell you one thing if you are in your 40s or your 50s, besides the 1990s, there has not been many good years, at least in my opinion. Sorry in a bit of a rough mood today, and the Red Sox actually won the series. What up downer I am. Anyway it was good to see David Price pitch well, as he has taken such a hard time, and frankly it makes me unsettled to see people attack folks, and I think it actually happens a lot worse and other places. Hopefully more free agents come to Boston or the New England area because if David Price can bounce back anyone can.

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  End of Daylight Saving Time Survival Guide
Posted by: Charon - 10-29-2018, 09:23 PM - Forum: The Lounge - Replies (7)

Daylight Saving Time comes to an end this weekend.

DST ends Sunday, Nov. 4, so you should set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. The change officially comes at 2 a.m. local time on the first Sunday in November.

DST started March 11, 2018. It will restart on March 10, 2019.

Sunday’s change means sunrise and sunset will be about one hour earlier on Nov. 4 than it was the day before, meaning there will be more daylight in the morning hours.

What to know about Daylight Saving Time:

Not all states observe Daylight Saving Time. Hawaii and Arizona skip the biannual tradition, as do U.S. territories Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa and the Virgin Islands.

Although often listed as "Daylight Savings Time" the official name is Daylight Saving Time, abbreviated DST.

Since 2007, DST has started at the same time each year - the second Sunday in March.

Benjamin Franklin is often credited with the idea of changing clocks during the year, though the attribution is likely overstated. While visiting Paris in 1784, Franklin wrote a letter to a Paris newspaper proposing a tax on those whose windows were closed after sunrise. The letter, meant to be completely tongue-in-cheek, was meant to encourage the use of sunshine instead of candles.

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Your End of Daylight Saving Time Survival Guide
Every year, people discuss whether or not daylight saving time should remain in existence. Yet every year, we have to deal with it — and it’s likely not going away anytime soon. Your best bet is to go into the day the clocks change well-prepared and knowledgeable. Especially if you have kids or lead a busy life, the last thing you want is to be thrown off by something so simple as the time changing by a mere hour.

The reason daylight saving time is so tough is due to our internal biological clocks, or circadian rhythms. Our internal sleep regulators use sunlight and other natural indicators to tell us when it’s time to wake up and when it’s time to go to sleep. Bright light and sunlight trigger a brain response that keeps us awake — while lack of sunlight triggers melatonin, a chemical that lulls us to sleep.

When the clocks change, the sun’s pattern of rising and setting stays the same. Your internal cues are still keeping you to the old time, while the rest of the world operates one hour backwards. Often, people find losing an hour to be more difficult than gaining. In the fall, we gain an hour overnight — but don’t interpret it as simply an extra hour of sleep. You might experience some tiredness early the following evening or get jolted awake before your alarm. We know it’s not always so easy, so here’s your survival guide to make it through the end of daylight saving time as painlessly as possible.


Know What to Expect
You’ll be able to handle the shift in sunlight a bit better if you understand the effect it will have. The time is going to “fall back,” meaning that you’ll gain an hour overnight. You’re likely to wake up earlier — especially if you have kids — and get tired way earlier the next evening. Be prepared for some sleepiness the following day, and set all your clocks back at the same time so as to minimize confusion.


Sleep Your Full 8 Hours
In the couple of days before the time switch, make sure you’re sleeping your full 8 hours every night. You don’t want to be already sleep-deprived going into the change — that’ll only make things feel worse. Make a pact with yourself to adhere to your bedtime. Once you have a definitive bedtime, the next few steps will be way easier.


Go to Bed at the Same Time You Normally Do
The day has arrived — the clocks are going to fall back an hour overnight. Do you stay up an hour later?

No. That’s setting yourself up for sleeplessness, grogginess, and a disrupted sleep cycle when the morning hits. The experts advise you go to bed at your usual hour.


Wake Up at the Same Time
As in, the same old time. If you normally wake up at 7, wake up at 6 this time around.

Why? Because you don’t want to sleep through the sunlight — it’ll mess with your internal circadian rhythm and throw you off for the night after.


Use the Extra Hour Wisely
Instead of griping that you’re up earlier, rejoice that you have an extra hour in the morning all to yourself! Take the time to prepare for your day. You’ll be awake for an hour longer than usual, and will likely feel more tired earlier in the evening. Prepare for the slump later on by getting things done while you’re energized.


Get Some Exercise
You’ll also want to keep yourself as energized as possible as the day drones on. Exercise is a great way to boost natural energy — it releases endorphins, elevates your mood, and gets you outside in the fresh air. Your blood literally moves through your body more efficiently once you’ve exercised. Having done so will help mitigate the crash you feel once the sun (prematurely) goes down.


Eat Energizing, Full Meals Throughout the Day
Food can revitalize you, as well. Imagine you’re feeling sleepy, almost jet-lagged. The last thing you want to add to that scenario is a nutritionally-deficient diet. Without the nutrients your body craves, you’re more likely to feel tired and down. Healthy, full meals don’t have to be difficult — try a few of our weeknight favorites for an effortless way to keep your energy up.


Persevere and Stay Up Until Your Normal Bedtime
Since your brain thinks it’s an hour later than it actually is, you’re going to feel tired earlier in the evening. Persevere until you normally go to sleep. For many, it takes as little as one day to reset your internal cues and adapt to the new schedule — you just have to stick to your new regimen so you don’t prolong the process.

Use a Natural Sleep Aid
If you’re having trouble falling or staying asleep, you don’t have to submit to the tossing and turning. Try a natural remedy — we guarantee it’ll help you sleep well.

If you have kids, the minor change in the clock doesn’t feel so minor. They’re going to wake up an hour earlier no matter what you do. Kids don’t look at clocks to tell them when to go to sleep and when to wake up — they just do. Since everything’s happening an hour later, you want them to wake up and go to sleep an hour later, too. If you don’t prepare, they’re going to be ready for naptime an hour early. Start making naptime just a few minutes later each day leading up to the switch.

Cut Down on Screen Time

Staring at screens and being exposed to artificial light has been scientifically proven to inhibit the production of melatonin. Your sleep cycle is already going through the wringer; once it’s finally time to hit the hay, the last thing you want is for your body to keep you awake. A few hours before bed, power down. Stop watching TV, put away your phone, and close your laptop. Try reading or talking with your loved ones to pass the time, instead.

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Wink I'm back
Posted by: Texaswill - 10-29-2018, 05:53 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (8)

Sorry guys Ive been gone awhile school takes up litterly 100% of my time 

But how is everyone doing ?

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  Pipe Bombs
Posted by: Audrey Hepburn - 10-29-2018, 01:17 AM - Forum: Political Discussion - Replies (1)

And anti semitic shootings

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  Pittsburgh shooting of Jews
Posted by: tiggmill - 10-28-2018, 09:02 PM - Forum: World News - Replies (1)

This hate is so sickening! All these shootings are! Hate because of race, religion, political views have got to GO!!!

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Posted by: EL085 - 10-28-2018, 04:48 PM - Forum: Suggest IOP's - Replies (1)

Anyone have experience with this place? Good or bad?

*edit* Prs4you.org

Since I had typed the original form in search and didn’t get any hits, prior to making this thread and didn’t notice the typo, I now see that this place, typed correctly in my edit in comments has been discussed in another thread before.

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Posted by: EL085 - 10-27-2018, 04:47 PM - Forum: UK & Rest Of The Europe Reviews & Feedback - No Replies

Taking the plunge and placing an order thru them. Formally associated with assetchemist. They offer a large selection of all kinds of products. Will report back on arrival if anyone is interested.

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