Getting Prints with Accurate Colour

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by NickC, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. YOU made the claim. What a cowardly lowlife piece of scum you are.
    You make a completely false accusation, and then run for cover. Is
    there room under Doug's skirt?

    Post a link or apologise, you LIAR. Have you got even a shred of
    guts? Makes your post about having balls very ironic, doesn't it.


    Thanks for the proof of your true nature.
     
    mark.thomas.7, Feb 29, 2008
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  2. NickC

    Tony Polson Guest


    Stop taking your Vitamin C for a couple of days. Then take a fasting
    blood sugar reading one morning soon after you wake, not having eaten
    or drunk anything. That reading will tell you whether or not you may
    be diabetic.

    A healthy person has a fasting blood sugar reading of around 5,
    perhaps a little less or a little more. A blood sugar reading of less
    than 4 would be something to be concerned about (hypoglycemic,
    possibly Type 1 Diabetes) and a reading of 7 or higher would be an
    indicator of Type 2 Diabetes.

    There are other factors, including having a cold or influenza which
    would elevate blood sugar. That's why it is important for you to be
    monitored by a doctor or nurse trained in the diagnosis and management
    of Diabetes.

    In the UK, a fasting blood sugar reading of 7 or more in the absence
    of any complicating factors would be considered a strong indicator of
    Type 2 Diabetes. So remove the complicating factor of the Vitamin C
    dose (which seems ridiculously high in any case) and get testing!

    Some useful information here:
    http://www.diabetes.org.uk/Measure_Up_-_are_you_at_risk_of_diabetes/
     
    Tony Polson, Feb 29, 2008
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  3. I never made any claim, just stating the facts.
    What's wrong, you can't ask Doug? You've been harrassing him all these
    years and now you run from him like a coward.
    I told you my true nature before, to stimulate the idiots. Boy, have I got
    you over stimulated to the point of hyperventilation. Now stop drooling.




    Rita
     
    Rita Berkowitz, Feb 29, 2008
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  4. NickC

    ____ Guest

    wrote:

    Can you all take this somewhere that its appropriate, a bar, a boxing
    ring or bedroom take your pick!
     
    ____, Feb 29, 2008
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  5. NickC

    Colin_D Guest

    Hello Doug,

    I don't buy chewables, I use 1000 milligram slow-release tablets called
    'Ultra-C' by a firm called Thompson. They contain esters of C -
    calcium, magnesium, and potassium ascorbate.

    I know about intravenous C for certain problems, but it seems to be
    ignored by mainstream medicine, probably because there's no money in it.

    Colin D.
     
    Colin_D, Feb 29, 2008
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  6. NickC

    Colin_D Guest

    Thanks, Tony. I have done some research (translation - searched Google)
    a lot for vitamin C related information. A chap by the name of Linus
    Pauling, a Nobel Laureate in chemistry, advocated large doses of Vitamin
    C based on the fact that almost all animals make vitamin C in the liver
    except some primates including man, and fruit bats and guinea pigs.
    These all have to get their vitamin C from food. No or insufficient
    vitamin C in the diet leads to scurvy, and around 50 - 90 milligrams
    daily will prevent or cure rank scurvy.

    DNA research shows that there are four precursors required for the body
    to make its own vitamin C, and in animals that can't, there is a
    mutation that prevents one of the precursors from happening. It's
    interesting to note that the mutated gene is in exactly the same spot in
    the DNA chain in both man and susceptible primates (not good news for
    the creationists).

    But, animals that make their own vitamin C make far larger quantities.
    Goats, for example, average about 12 grams of vitamin C daily, rising to
    100 grams or more when stressed or ill, and most other animals are
    commensurate.

    Pauling's theory is that coronary artery disease in man is really a form
    of low-grade scurvy due to insufficient vitamin C. Arterial damage is
    repaired by depositing plaque instead of collagen. Collagen is a
    downstream product of vitamin C, l-lysine, and l=proline, but
    insufficient vitamin C prevents the manufacture of enough collagen to
    maintain arterial health. The saying is that 'plaque is your friend
    until you're about sixty, then it becomes your enemy'.

    Pauling found that large doses of vitamin C and l-lysine - an essential
    amino-acid - will dissolve plaque over time and improve arterial health.

    So, from a personal point of view, having had in 2005 a moderate heart
    attack resulting in three stents inserted in my coronary arteries, I
    don't aim to have another, thanks. I have been on Pauling's
    'maintenance dose' of 4 grams of vitamin C and 3 grams of l-lysine daily
    since, and a recent follow-up angiogram has indicated no further
    worsening, if not an improvement.

    Apologies for the personal stuff.

    Colin D.
     
    Colin_D, Feb 29, 2008
    #66
  7. Off topic.
    In most societies, 'facts' are claims, or, to quote you, the person
    who is calm cool and collected (O:, "BULLSHIT", until you can post
    links and proof. By posting such 'facts', and then refusing to back
    them up, you prove that you are a biased, delusional and a gutless
    cowardly slimebag.

    Perhaps I should post some similar 'facts' about you, and I can just
    make them up because I don't need to prove anything. But you know
    what? I don't do that.

    It's called having a backbone.
    What's wrong?
    *You* make the comments.
    *You* can't find any evidence.
    *You* realise you are wrong.
    But of course you are incapable of admitting that. You simply haven't
    got the balls or the backbone to apologise.
    I think there's a lot more to your nature - the spinelessness for
    example.. The inability to admit error and to be 'man' enough to
    admit it.
    Yes, I'm really in a flap watching you demolish your own credibility
    and show your true colours.

    Spineless. No balls. Liar. Slimebag. Coward.

    Why not get over and answer some critiques, so you can add even more
    value to the groups?

    It seems your latest images are failing to attract much interest, so
    you know what to do...
    (O:
     
    mark.thomas.7, Feb 29, 2008
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  8. NickC

    Pudentame Guest

    If I understood the article, Vitamin C and glucose use the same "pump"
    to enter cells, with Vitamin C getting priority. The Vitamin C doesn't
    inflate glucose levels.

    Instead, excess Vitamin C fills up "pump" receptors so that less glucose
    gets absorbed into the cells. Less glucose absorbed by cells means more
    glucose left behind in the blood.

    Blood sugar levels are elevated because less glucose is getting into the
    cells.

    Another article in the same magazine seemed to indicate that up to a
    certain level (1500 - 2000 mg/day) Vitamin C will reduce blood sugar,
    but ABOVE that level, Vitamin C displaces glucose that would otherwise
    be absorbed by cells ... leading to increased blood sugar levels.
     
    Pudentame, Feb 29, 2008
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  9. NickC

    ____ Guest

    label it in the thread.
     
    ____, Feb 29, 2008
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  10. NickC

    Annika1980 Guest

    A fact is only a fact if it is true. What you claimed was a lie.
    But then you've already proven yourself to be a liar, a racist, and a
    child molester, not to mention a crap photographer.
     
    Annika1980, Feb 29, 2008
    #70
  11. Yes. Another site told me that the multiplier is 88.6 for triglycerides, and
    38.7 for Cholesterol, and 18 for glucose. However, there are four types of
    triglycerides, and at least two types of cholesterol that I know of, so even
    these figures are suspect. Also, I don't know whether glucose is the only
    sugar that ends up in the blood. Perhaps fructose, lactose and maltose also
    enter the blood, and have an effect on diabetes too. And the multiplier of
    18 might not be valid for those other sugars.....It would seem that the
    subject is a lot more complex than it at first appears......I probably
    should have kept my mouth shut at the beginning....:^) My problem is, (and
    always has been) that I know just enough to be dangerous......
     
    William Graham, Mar 1, 2008
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  12. NickC

    Tony Polson Guest


    No need for an apology - it is interesting information. I'm sure it
    won't hurt to stop taking Vitamin C for a couple of days so you get a
    stable fasting blood sugar reading. Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes is
    surely a far greater risk to your circulatory system than a couple of
    days without Vitamin C supplements.
     
    Tony Polson, Mar 1, 2008
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  13. NickC

    Tony Polson Guest


    All these sugars are transformed into glucose in the gut. The only
    type of "sugar" present in the blood is glucose. So when I write all
    too casually about "blood sugar", I should really be more precise and
    use the term "blood glucose".

    I measure mine several times daily, so I really oughta know better
    than to call it "blood sugar". ;-)
     
    Tony Polson, Mar 1, 2008
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  14. Well, diabetes is a disease of the masses, and here, at least, one is
    suckered into using the terminology that the masses who have it use.
     
    William Graham, Mar 1, 2008
    #74
  15. LOL! Yep, you're right. For the image I posted today the bandwidth was
    exceeded 3 times and 327 different users were refused. Not too bad in
    12-hours for lack of interest.

    Oh, before I forget, when are you going to apologize to Doug for attacking
    his wife and granddaughters?





    Rita
     
    Rita Berkowitz, Mar 1, 2008
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  16. So it must be true that you are still very jealous of us users of legitimate
    and registered copies of CS3. I would have thought by now, after publicly
    admitting to using a "fixed" copy of CS3 and a keygen, you would have
    scraped up enough coin to get a legitimate copy. No surprise, I was wrong.
    Once a thief always a thief and an envious on at that.





    Rita
     
    Rita Berkowitz, Mar 1, 2008
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  17. NickC

    MJW Guest

    Wow, there must be a lot of idiots around! That *is* your target
    audience, yes?
    Do you & your "other-half" have children, Rita? That was a pretty cruel
    attack you made on Mark's son! Would love to see some pics of your
    perfect kids. As a father of 3, I thinks Mark's boy looks healthy &
    happy & the photo itself gives me the impression of a very proud husband
    & father!


    --
     
    MJW, Mar 1, 2008
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  18. NickC

    Annika1980 Guest

    I've never said that, of course, and yet you keep repeating it as if
    sayng it 1000 times will make it true. Are you trying to break D-Mac's
    record for the most lies by one idiot troll? Maybe next you'll tell
    us once again how Helen and I are really the same person, despite the
    fact that she lives in Canada and I live in Tennessee, a fact that can
    be confirmed by at least one other poster on this board, BTW.

    I am glad to see that like your butt-buddy, D-Mac, you are being
    exposed and recognized for the liar you are. You both have certainly
    earned the recognition with your constant trolling and insane jealousy
    of me and my photos. The verbal molestation that Mark Thomas has been
    laying on you isn't the usual type of molestation that you favor, but
    it's a lot more fun to watch for the rest of us. Carry on, dickstick.
     
    Annika1980, Mar 1, 2008
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  19. Off Topic.

    Thanks MJ - he's not my son actually, but Doug and Rita believe so.
    All it does is reveal their true colours (mostly YELLOW).

    It's exactly the same type of behaviour repeated constantly by Doug,
    as the second half of the 'tag team'.

    Douglas lied about me supposedly stealing stuff from his market stall,
    amongst other falsehoods.
    Rita lied about me supposedly attacking Doug's family (- Doug has also
    lied about this - and of course Rita will hero-worship anyone who she
    sees as an 'ally'.)

    But quite obviously I haven't done those things - when either of them
    are asked to post any shred of proof they either disappear, or start
    blustering and try to change the subject.

    And think about it - if they did post proof, imagine how
    *embarrassing* that would be for me! Funny how they just can't manage
    it...

    So it is pretty obvious what the tactics are, as they desperately try
    to make me go away. Pity it doesn't work!

    I'm still here, and will continue to keep the fools and pretenders
    exposed for what they are.

    So, enjoy, Rita.

    Thanks again, MJ.
     
    mark.thomas.7, Mar 1, 2008
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  20. NickC

    Colin_D Guest

    That's true, I'll do it. Results later.

    Colin D.
     
    Colin_D, Mar 1, 2008
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