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Old 11-14-2018, 04:27 PM   #10901
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ALso i do not consider myself a low content poster, its just most of what pops into my head is low content so I post it into low content threads because im polite. Which is another thing people on here never talk about how polite I have been to everyone.
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Old 11-14-2018, 04:48 PM   #10902
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Old 11-16-2018, 07:33 PM   #10903
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I don't post medium content.
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Old 11-16-2018, 08:11 PM   #10904
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I lied. My haircut queries in the LVL Quick Questions thread are extremely pedestrian.
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Old 11-17-2018, 03:56 AM   #10905
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Is that Leonardo Dicaprio? Does he have a small right hand???
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Old Yesterday, 04:40 PM   #10906
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In centuries past an affliction struck the populace in spring, rendering them weak with joint swelling, loose teeth and poorly healing wounds. The name given this disease of listlessness and weakness was “Spring Disease”, or “Spring Fever”, and that name has continued into our time as the listless loss of ambition that accompanies the first few days of warm weather in the spring. A few centuries ago this disease of spring was more serious and was often fatal. It was scurvy. Scurvy is the lack of vitamin C, of course, and in the 18th century it was a major threat to life.
On the land it was known as the “Spring Disease” because it occurred in that season. During the winter, when no fresh vegetables were available, people depleted the vitamin C stored in their bodies during the preceding year. More accurately it was an “End of Winter Disease”, striking people before fresh food became available once more. Before the advent of urbanized society with its general decline in available fresh produce for the diet, the disease was less common, but when food had to be transported to cities; vitamin C deficiency became a serious problem.
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Old Yesterday, 05:00 PM   #10907
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In centuries past an affliction struck the populace in spring, rendering them weak with joint swelling, loose teeth and poorly healing wounds. The name given this disease of listlessness and weakness was “Spring Disease”, or “Spring Fever”, and that name has continued into our time as the listless loss of ambition that accompanies the first few days of warm weather in the spring. A few centuries ago this disease of spring was more serious and was often fatal. It was scurvy. Scurvy is the lack of vitamin C, of course, and in the 18th century it was a major threat to life.
On the land it was known as the “Spring Disease” because it occurred in that season. During the winter, when no fresh vegetables were available, people depleted the vitamin C stored in their bodies during the preceding year. More accurately it was an “End of Winter Disease”, striking people before fresh food became available once more. Before the advent of urbanized society with its general decline in available fresh produce for the diet, the disease was less common, but when food had to be transported to cities; vitamin C deficiency became a serious problem.

Boating was a tough gig in those days.
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...unless you had a large barrel of Sauerkraut with you!
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