"Since you say that homebrewing/craft beer isn't really big in your area, I would say that the biggest challenge for you would be gathering the supplies that you need. Perhaps some of it will be available locally since you live in a wine…"
"I keep active, and am sure to strike an Irishman at least once a week. That keeps the ill humours away.
Just kidding. Mostly.
I will concede that modern medicine has become too clinical, and fails to connect to the patient. And that Yerba Mate is…"
"I'm not sure of the sucess of my method, but I take one multi viatmin every moring, and I am sure to eat at least one citrus fruit every day for the vitamin C, and I make an effort to excercise every day. I haven't been to a doctor for…"
"I had a supervisor turn me on to apple cider vinegar. Do a search on its health benefits and there are scores of them, real and imagined.
But I will vouch for having added cinnamon capsules plus a mix of AC vinegar and water to my daily regimen, my…"
"We have looked at several over the years some better than others. Kava helps with anxiety, cantheras with bladder/urinary tract infections, so on and so on. But the absolute coolest that I have found is the good old dandelion. Once thought to be an…"
"I suffer from sinus problems due to allergies. If I don't keep my sinuses clear I develop sinusitis. So I grow a common Utah weed out back so I can make Brigham tea. The government has made it so damned difficult to buy Pseudoephedrine and…"
Medicine is for wimps. Well, not in all cases, but surely for minor headaches and the common cold I feel that it is better to avoid popping Advil or downing NyQuil. I want to know what natural remedies my fellow, like minded men use that really work?For me, whenever I feel that feeling in the back of my throat that signifies a cold coming on, I drink as much Yerba Mate with honey that I can, usually 6-8 cups a day. For those that don't know, Yerba Mate is a type of tea from South America that…See More
"I offered my seat to a women on the bus a few weeks ago. She refused it. I was embarrassed, but I offered my seat to the next women that came along. She also refused it. I gave up. I think in the case of offering a seat, the rules need to be adapted…"
"Hello Bren, welcome to the site and enjoy all and everyone here !!!!!! In all my globe trotting, the mighty down under is one that has eluded me. Diving the GBR is a must, my brother is a PADI instructor and some of his fellow instructors have told…"
"Welcome Bren! It sounds like you really do live life like an adventure and that's very cool. And of course we share of love of TR which is even cooler.
You might want to join the boxing group we have…"
Hello all,I guess I will do the cool thing and introduce myself. My name in Bren Aman. 22 years old. I am an American currently living and studying in Sydney, Australia. I really like this country, but I can't wait to get back to the only land I can ever truly love. I call California home back in the States.I am a History major, planning on becoming a police officer after college. I believe that life should be an adventure, which is one reason why I have chosen law enforcement as a career. I…See More
Catch 22; The Old Man and The Sea; The Short, Happy Life of Francis Macomber
Pan's Labyrinth, Crash
Sinatra, Dean Martin, Ray Charles, The Shins, Oasis, The Killers
"When a resolute young fellow steps up to the great bully, the world, and takes him boldly by the beard, he is often surprised to find it comes off in his hand, and that it was only tied on to scare away the timid adventurers" - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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"We just hosted our 5th traveler through Couchsurfing.org with no issues just pleasant youngsters who would not have been able to afford Alaska otherwise.
We have been flooded with requests for the weekends that we already planned to be out of…"
"I believe it.
The only problem is that it never works to try to control language that way. Sure, there's the official language, but people will speak what they want to speak. Even if the schools try to enforce it, it rarely…"