Wednesday, May 14, 2008

While the (ferral) cat´s (were driven) away......the dog will stay!!!!

A concerned citizen

An word came into my mind a few daze ago (in the midst of a passionate frantic midnight embrace with Diana)

That word was Apoplexy

Historical meaning of the word
Historically, the word "apoplexy" was also used to describe any sudden death that began with a sudden loss of consciousness, especially one where the victim died within a matter of seconds after losing consciousness.

Those reading historical documents should take into consideration the possibility that the word "apoplexy" may be used to describe the symptom of sudden loss of consciousness immediately preceding death and not an actual verified disease process. Sudden cardiac deaths, ruptured cerebral aneurysms, certain ruptured aortic aneurysms, and even heart attacks may have been misdiagnosed as apoplexy in the distant past.

Diana wrote it as `ABORPLEXIA' - `Word you thought of while bloging your load into Canada Jr`

Interesting stuff, do you feel like your learning stuff? Yes, me too!!

More interesting stuff, Diana was telling me about Takeshi's Castle

Here it is

Now here`s the `Health and fitness section` (dont worry all respectable sites that publish `All the news thats knews`does this, so here goes)

Some guy, with a white coat (i`m told) or even Some guy (i`m told) with a white coat tried to figure out why Mexicans were so healthy, he figures out (dont ask me how)

4 foods that make Mexicans healthy
* Lime
* Garlic
* Papaya

I had chicken cooked with Papaya last year, it was the best chicken i ever had.

One of the gringod here Kevin was telling me that any hard meat marinated in papaya becomes soft, so there you go

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