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Knife talk.

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Jason Rex Fraser replied to Fabricante's discussion An Elderly
"I would have to agree there, it is often heartbreaking but it really does improve their quality of life, especially if the family visits frequently. Having a 24 hour staff of professionals to make sure they get the care they need, and often some…"
3 hours ago
Jason Rex Fraser replied to Fabricante's discussion An Elderly
"I worked as a certified nursing assistant in a nursing home for a couple of years. You have to understand my job description was changing adult briefs and helping assist in ADLs, I agree this is a big problem. The potential skin breakdown from not…"
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GK replied to GK's discussion Also late to the party
"Reservoir dogs, Pulp Fiction, Django and Inglorious Bastards."
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Jason Rex Fraser replied to Michael Presto's discussion Knife talk.
"They are an easy disarm if the person is willing to be harmed to take it away from you. If they aren't willing it is tougher, some martial artists could probably do it. I think the best tool you have for disarming is surprise, if they already…"
3 hours ago
Jason Rex Fraser commented on Dylan Cheesman's group Scottish Heritage
"I can only trace the Fraser Scottish side back to 1700, too many people named Thomas Fraser who named their sons Thomas Fraser. The records I need haven't been digitized yet so there's still hope. The Buchanan side from my mother can be…"
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Earl Foote replied to ClubmanPinaud's discussion Why does it just not feel right? in the group The Barbershop
"That is a LITTLE far!  I shave my head myself now, but it would be fun to have a barber do it occasionally.  There are a few expensive "gentlemen's lounges" that do headshaves.  I'll need to save up my pennies.…"
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Joshua replied to Joshua's discussion Questions as I work through Stronglifts... in the group Exercise
"Bit of an update and another question: - I weighed in at 150 lbs. today, so a gain of eight pounds so far. I know it's not gainz, but it's progress, and it seems like every one of those pounds has been a fight. But, as I said, progress.…"
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Native Son replied to Vendetta's discussion Were Hitler and the Nazi's actually Socialist? in the group The Great Debate
"+1. mebbe +2. "
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