Thursday, July 28, 2011

mtz mtz mtz doef doef mtz

I listen to this song so often that I thought it deserves a mention on here. I mostly listen to it in my car on the way to work (and sometimes on the way home as well), great to get ya going in the morning, haha!
The video is pretty cool, especially towards the end. Check it out and let me know if you laaik it :)
Rave-driving FTW!

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Dr Ron Paul tries again to warn America of an impending financial collapse and other troubles

In yet another attempt, Dr Ron Paul is trying to warn the citizens of America of the impending financial crisis which is set to befall us all. He has tried time and again to help us see the direction this great nation is heading, and as is so often the case, we ignore him in preference of the latest celebrity gossip.

In spite of the
efforts of this one, good man - and others like him – my fellow Americans are headed for unprecedented levels of political and financial turmoil, the likes of which will make our last Great Depression of the 30's look like a Sunday picnic. Yes, we the privileged populace of the United States have neglected our responsibilities in lieu of little more than the mental candy fed to us through the idiot-box we call television.

My apologies if I'm not being fun enough for you. Even though this posting has nothing to do with Kim Kardashian's latest tattoo, or anything from sports celebrities, I still hope you'll take the time to read what I'm sharing. My neighbors need to be prepared. My friends and family need to be ready. I'd even like to see my enemies make it through the upcoming troubles.

So, if there's ever been a good time to be at least the slightest bit scared, to be unsettled enough to ignore the endless chatter of celebrity news, it is now. Whether any of you want to wake up to the reality around you or not, I'm hoping you'll heed the latest warning from Dr Ron Paul:

“We can evade reality. But we cannot evade the consequences of evading reality.”
- Ayn Rand
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Folic acid? Really?

Folic acid is one of those things about which I know nothing. I've often seen bottles of it on the dietary supplement shelves in drug stores and grocery stores but I never really bothered to try to figure out its use.

Turns out it might be the solution that some of us depressives are looking for. This doesn't seem to be a widely broadcast aspect of the supplement. I just did a Google news search for folic acid and found articles about it being linked with improved grades among Swedish school children, its importance to pregnant women and its potential for preventing colorectal cancer. No headlines about folic acid and depression.

I wouldn't know about it but for a reader and fellow blogger,
Melanie. She sent me an email explaining how she discovered folic acid and that it has done great things for her. She encouraged me to check out her blog and consider trying folic acid. So, I did and, as an atheist I gotta say, there's a whole lot Jesus over there! Melanie an enthusiastic blogger, energetic, engaging and eager to share. If you get something out of my blog then I'd say her Methodical Musings of an Unbalanced Woman is definitely worth checking out.

That aside, she has some very interesting information about folic acid and MTHFR. MTHFR is the problem that folic acid corrects. (By the way, my juvenile mind can't let me look at that acronym without filling in letters to make it a rude, two word phrase.) I'll let you check out the link for a fuller description of the disorder but, basically it's a fairly common genetic variation that blocks the body's ability to extract a particular enzyme from the foods we eat. This shortage has quite a lot of nasty side-effects, depression being one of them. Folic acid corrects the problem.

Melanie had her blood tested and discovered she had this shortage before starting the supplement. But, based on what I've been able to find, taking folic acid is quite safe so I'm skipping the blood test and going straight to the pill. I ordered a bottle yesterday. I'll keep you updated.

I was about to publish this post but, I wanted to add, this is the most optimistic I've been about my depression for quite a while. The anticipation of shedding the dank skin of continual depression has me actually excited about my future and its been very, very long since I've been there.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The Grande Dame of Burlesque!

This weekend I was lucky enough to squeeze my way in to a Madame Zingara show, which is sold out in Durban at the moment and has been for a while, so I was pretty freakin stoked. It was my first time and I didn't know too much about it, so didn't really know what to expect...
I think the most succinct and appropriate description would be WOW!
It is truly something amazing and spectacular to watch, all while eating a yummy four course meal. I was truly in awe. Can't wait to go again next time!
And naturally with all the bits of visual feastiness around I had to get a bit snap-happy...

Monday, July 25, 2011

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