Friday, September 30, 2022



Anonymous said...

What do you think of Billy Graham?

Biff said...

What kind of stupid question is that?

Ned Irvine said...

This is special wankers' edition of Boys Only.
We done, Tucker.

Mike Hunt said...

Hey Irv:

What do you think of Mark Shea?

Anonymous said...

Is Alex Jones’ wife Jewish ?

Hilary said...

Fungus under and around the toenail can be contagious. If you have toenail fungus, we recommend you wear breathable socks and use shower sandals and try to avoid direct contact with others’ feet.

The Bad News: Fungus under and around the toenail usually does not go away on its own. Worse, it can take years to get under control if you don’t do anything about it.

The Good News: With the right product, and the right balance of key ingredients, you can (and many do) get rid of fungus under and around the toenail. We’re going to tell you exactly how in just a minute, but first…

“How Did I Get Fungus Under & Around the Toenail?”

Fungus under and around the toenail is caused by a variety of yeasts, fungi, and mold; but the most common culprit is a fungus called dermatophyte. Dermatophytes are fungi that require keratin (skin, nails, hair) to grow, and this fungus can be present in animals, people, soil, and infected materials like clothes.

Incredibly, this fungus can live in the environment for up to 15 months! So it’s no wonder people have such a hard time getting rid of it. According to the Mayo Clinic, the following are common risk factors for developing nail fungus...1

Risk Factors:

Being older, owing to reduced blood flow, more years of exposure to fungi and slower growing nails
Sweating heavily
Having a history of athlete's foot
Walking barefoot in damp communal areas, such as swimming pools, gyms and shower rooms
Having a minor skin or nail injury or a skin condition, such as psoriasis
Having diabetes, circulation problems or a weakened immune system
As you can see, the potential causes of fungus under and around the toenail are very hard to avoid.

Which leads to many fungus under and around the toenail sufferers to ask...

Anonymous said...

*Insert ad about HPV here. Leading cause of cervical cancer*

Anne said...

Jock Itch is very similar to Athlete’s Foot – a fungal infection of the skin in the groin caused by excess moisture and chafing. But, like Athlete’s Foot, once you get it, it can be difficult to clear.

Well, not to my surprise at all, over the transom come reports that taking Ivermectin prophylactically helps prevent and clear Jock Itch – which makes perfect sense.

A couple of things to remember: if someone develops skin fungal infections from the chafing and moisture caused by obesity, that’s disgusting and you MUST MUST MUST lose weight, not just “manage” the side effects.

If you develop Athlete’s Foot or Jock Itch from sweating in poorly-breathing clothes, just fix that. Get a cotton or wool layer to wick moisture away from the skin. Wearing polyester or nylon socks and/or underwear is just a bad idea in general.

The reports I’ve seen about Jock Itch are as a totally unforeseen “happy surprise” side-effect of taking Ivermectin orally; but as with Athlete’s foot, I see no reason not to apply the Pony Paste as a topical treatment directly on the skin as well. Get it from both the inside and the outside.

Poor Lou. He just needed some Vitamin I and cotton boxers. But points to Flahrda Snow Bird Mr. Ferretti for having kept it old-school low-key back in the Nine-O and calling it… “Heat Rash”. IYKYK

Russ said...

One way to make money on stocks for which the price is falling is called short selling (also known as "going short" or "shorting"). Short selling sounds like a fairly simple concept in theory—an investor borrows a stock, sells the stock, and then buys the stock back to return it to the lender. In practical terms, however, it is an advanced strategy that only experienced investors and traders should use.

Short sellers are wagering that the stock they are short selling will drop in price. If the stock does drop after selling, the short seller buys it back at a lower price and returns it to the lender. The difference between the sell price and the buy price is the short seller's profit.

Short sellers are wagering that a stock will drop in price.
Short selling is riskier than going long on a stock because, theoretically, there is no limit to the amount you could lose.
Speculators short sell to capitalize on a decline, while hedgers go short to protect gains or minimize losses.
When successful, short selling can net the investor a decent profit in the short term because stocks tend to lose value faster than they appreciate.

Michael Lobo said...

It's the old toe jam and dermatitis wingnuts who are mourning the recent death of Nurse Ratched.

Anonymous said...

Gaybrielle, I have stock advice for you. Buy low and sell high!

Anonymous said...

It seems that the Morganthau Plan has also been instituted in the U.S. as well, with de-industrialization, demonizing/outlawing petroleum based fuels, attacks on the food supply, illegal mass importing of non-whites/not defending the borders, looting out billions through "Ukraine aid", "forgetting" billions in military equipment in Afghanistan (de-militarization), Joint Chiefs Chairman bragging about working for China, and the current criminal and illegal ruling regime committing atrocities for which "America" will be blamed...and they know it. Sorry, I have nothing to add about toenail fungus, Athlete's foot, or stocks.

Fergus Sheehan said...

"It seems...."
That illustrates the fragility and hesitancy of 5.02 PM's string of free associations. You should have stuck to matters of foot rot and filthy socks.

Gaybrielle’s pastoral assistant said...


Anonymous said...

Dear Fergus, you may be right. There IS that bit in Matthew 13 about casting pearls....... Besides, I have already admitted to not being knowledgeable on your preferred topics of foot rot, etc. I am not privy to info that the Morganthau Plan has been officially instituted in the US....but perhaps (eek, more "hesitancy"...) you are. Posts like your make me like this site all the more.

FS said...

Anon 4:40 PM I believe that a regular application of Tea Tree Oil on those fungoid toenails will do the trick.
Pity Yeehaww and the Circus Man didn't try in on the tongue.