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Thursday, August 22, 2013

MooPig's Medical Diagnostics and Health Alerts Department :: "You're Taking a Crap Wrong!"

A MooPig Poop Scoop; "Correcting your Anorectal Angle"
Thanks to Affiliate Correspondent Joe Holesworth  |  Aug 22, 2013  |  Bryan TX

So you already live with animals -- teenagers -- and now we find yet another class actionable suit situation with porcelain potties in the western world. When in Japan, do as the Japanese; yes they squat. But alongside their squatter toilet, in their public toilets, you will find Johnny Crapper sitters ... as Japanese become westernized.

Health Alert: You're Taking a Crap Wrong! This Is How You Poop Properly « Medical Diagnosis & Procedures:  "According to Henry L. Bockus in Gastroenterology, the standard textbook on the subject: "The ideal posture for defecation is the squatting position, with the thighs flexed upon the abdomen. In this way the capacity of the abdominal cavity is greatly diminished and intra-abdominal pressure increased, thus encouraging expulsion ...".

The reason is because of the puborectalis muscle."

'via Blog this'

Draw your own conclusion but take heed: not only is squatting good for elimination - it's also great for maintaining or reclaiming mobility and diminishing back pain.


Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Moopig's Hard News to Swallow Department :: "Texas on the Brink"

If I were an Academician, I'd be Frustrated
Mashed Reports by Pat Darnell  |  Aug 20, 2013  |  Bryan TX

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This may look like a sideways mashing of three articles, but bear with it. While Texans dilly dally about their penis sizes by over-compensating with bigger and bigger trucks, and with more and more guns and cross-bows, and less and less brain-power ... there is good reason for that.

I am a Texan; third generation. I was here in Houston during Hurricane Carla. I remember Mayor Louie Welch, Lady Bird, and LBJ. I'm a yellow tail Texas Democrat from the 60's. My favorite toy was a stick and the concrete gutter.

You can't out bullshit me about Texas. And I mourn for Texas, wasted on floating turds like Rick Perry, Dubya Bush, and all their collection of heathens.

But first ...

World Penis Size Map Is Hard News to Swallow | The Stir:
Laws of averages are not lying. Americans's girth size is over-compensation for diminished penis size. Texas is no exception. Why have one dualie truck in your driveway, when you can have three? And a trailer with a couple of 4-wheelers on it?

'via Blog this'

Everything is bigger in Texas, including this world's biggest prick: that is why we have tea-sippin' offspring like Rick Perry soaking up the cash and spewing out the bullshit. His generation of Texan must have been conceived by seepage through the sheets.

Texas ranks out of 51 …
46th in tax revenue raised per capita
47th in tax expenditures per capita
15th in sales tax per capita
33rd in Average Salary of Public School Teachers
2nd in public school enrollment
45th in SAT scores
43rd in High School graduation rate
2nd in Birth Rate
1st in Percentage of uninsured children
4th in Percentage of children living in poverty
1st in Percentage of population uninsured
1st in Percentage of non elderly uninsured
49th in Percent of low Income population covered by Medicaid
48th in Percent of population with employer based healthcare
49th in per capita spending on Medicaid
4th in percent living below the poverty level
2nd in overall birth rate
7th in teenage birth rate
50th in percent of non elderly women with health insurance
6th in percent of women living in poverty
9th in percentage of homes that are sub prime
10th in foreclosure rates
49th in average credit score
47th in median net worth of households
1st in carbon dioxide emissions
1st in volatile organic compounds released into the air
1st in amount of toxic chemicals released into the water
1st in amount of recognized cancer causing carcinogens released into the air
1st in amount of hazardous waste generated
41st in amount of unionized workforce
9th in income inequality between rich and poor
5th in income inequality between rich and middle class
45th in percentage of voting population that votes

One man's junk is another man's treasure.

____________________Reference    "Texas on the Brink"

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

MooPig's Business Model Department :: "Gamification?"

You Can't Make This Stuff Up
by Pat Darnell  |  Aug 14, 2013  |  Bryan TX

Leave it to us to be attracted to newer sounding text bytes on the Web. "Gamification:" you can guess what we were thinking when we read that one. We instantly thought of something a bit more burlesque...

1. Gamification --
A cynical practice by corporate douches where workers are supposedly motivated to work even harder on menial, pointless tasks by rewarding them with lame titles, meaningless rankings, coupons or a variety of other real-life trash loot.

  • The person who licks the most envelopes, today, will get a coffee mugs with your boss' picture.
  • Isn't that awesome?! See? We're all about gamification.

Mobile Gamification Done Right - Business Insider: "Gamification, or the use of game elements to promote desired behaviors among customers and employees, has been a popular business strategy for decades. Loyalty programs, cereal box prizes, employee-of-the-month schemes, hidden tokens within video games and applications — these are all examples. "

'via Blog this'

Having the right business model is important.


Friday, August 09, 2013

MooPig Tech Solutions Department :: "Salt Water Fuel"

Hat's off to now deceased broadcast executive John Kanzius
Capture thanks to StratoBlogster, Joe Holesworth  |  Aug 9, 2013  |  Bryan TX

I think that solutions to huge problems are often discovered quite by accident. Radio waves and salt water ... not even sea salt ... just water with Morton's salt in it, will cause saltwater to burn with intense steady flame. Internal combustion is a great possibility, and an end to non-renewable energy sources is plausible.

According to the referenced article -- "It should be noted, however, that the process is not yet considered a practical method of generating energy ... According to a PESWiki article on the subject, the radio-wave generator consumes more energy than can be produced by the burning salt water. Some of the more enthusiastic reports on the invention tend to gloss over this fact. "

Did somebody sneeze? We will try to find out more about this one. I hope someone is out there with a thinking cap on.

He passed away Feb. 19, 2009.

Sunday, August 04, 2013

I love coincidences, but I don’t trust them : theCHIVE

Photo Essay
Snagged by Pat Darnell  |  August 4, 2013  |  Bryan TX

I love coincidences, but I don’t trust them : theCHIVE:

'via Blog this'

See the entire collection of snapshots HERE ...


MooPig ReRun :: "Death of Cable TV"

Originally posted 12/24/2012 03:28:00 PM


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