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    Bartu
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  1. Bartu

    How to use loans

    alright thanks, oh wow computer you have 133 bitcoins???? thats crazy man
  2. Bartu

    How to use loans

    Hi guys, i am quiete new with stake adn gambling overall I was hoping you guys could share some tips and tricks on how to use a loan. I was thinking of getting a loan of 50k satoshi but decided not to since i seem to go all in quite often
  3. ROULETTE: 771,531,908 placed by Bartu on 10/09/2018 Wagered 0.00000100 Multiplier 36x Profit 0.00003500 ROULETTE: 771,521,572 placed by Bartu on 10/09/2018 Wagered 0.00000100 Multiplier 36x Profit 0.00003500 ROULETTE: 771,563,940 placed by Bartu on 10/09/2018 Wagered 0.00001200 Multiplier 36x Profit 0.00042000
  4. HILO: 772,882,541 placed by Bartu on 11/09/2018 Wagered 0.00001200 Multiplier 13.2833x Profit 0.00014740
  5. Bartu

    Steroids (interesting article)

    Alright thanks for the suggestions Kylor
  6. I am pretty new to this website and would be amazing if a loaner could guide me on how to earn money and smartly bet it
  7. Bartu

    0.0045btc to 3 btc

    WHat a story
  8. Bartu

    Steroids (interesting article)

    Yes Kylor, Is it allowed to post some bits from an article and comment on that in a post? I just wanted to start a discusiion and wanted to use the artivel as an introduction and add on it on the comments section
  9. Bartu

    Nail fetish? Mustache fetish? Weird Fetishes...

    BAHAHAHAHAHA I agree with that SovietDogoo
  10. Bartu

    Steroids (interesting article)

    OH i did not know about that rule, sorry wont post any like this
  11. Which one are you? I defienetly am aroused by giagntic elepahnt tits Acrotomophilia Arousal to amputees Actirasty Arousal to the sun’s rays Agalmatophilia Arousal to statues Anasteemaphilia Arousal to a person of extreme stature, either giant or dwarf Apotemnophilia Arousal to oneself as an amputee Autogynephilia Arousal to oneself [male only] in the form of a woman Autoplushophilia Arousal to oneself dressed as a giant cartoon-like stuffed animal Chasmophilia Arousal to caverns, crevices, and valleys Climacophilia Arousal to falling down stairs Coprophilia Arousal to feces Ephebophilia Arousal to older adolescents, approx. 15-19 Exhibitionism Arousal to displaying one’s sexual organs in public Fetishism Arousal to objects that have been in physical contact with desired person Formicophilia Arousal to insects Frotteurism Arousal to touching a stranger surreptitiously in a crowded place Gerontophilia Arousal to the elderly Hebephilia Arousal to pubescent aged children, approx. 11-14 Katoptronophilia Arousal to sex in front of mirrors Knismolagnia Arousal to being tickled Lithophilia Arousal to stone and gravel Masochism Arousal to experiencing physical and psychological pain Melissaphilia Arousal to bees and wasps Nasolingus Arousal to sucking on a person’s nose Nebulophilia Arousal to fog Necrophilia Arousal to corpses Objectophilia Arousal to a particular object, distinct from fetishism Partialism Arousal to a body part other than the reproductive organs, e.g., calves Pedophilia Arousal to prepubescent children Podophilia Arousal to feet Psellismophilia Arousal to stuttering Psychrophilia Arousal to being cold and watching others who are cold Pteronphilia Arousal to being tickled by feathers Pubephilia Arousal to pubic hair Pygophilia Arousal to buttocks Sadism Arousal to causing physical and psychological pain Savantophilia Arousal to the cognitively impaired or developmentally delayed Stygiophilia Arousal to the thought of hellfire and damnation Teleiophilia Arousal to reproductive-aged adults Teratophilia Arousal to the congenitally deformed Titillagnia Arousal to tickling other people Transvestic Fetishism Arousal to female garments touching the male’s skin Urophilia Arousal to urine or urinating others Vorarephilia Arousal to eating another person’s body parts Voyeurism Arousal to spying on others for sexual gratification Xylophilia Arousal to wood Zoophilia Arousal to nonhuman animals
  12. Bartu

    Religious Conflict at work

    Workplace Religious Conflict Workplace Religious Conflict Why Problems Are on the Rise – and How to Solve Them By Richard T. Alpert, Ph.D. As workplace religious diversity is on the rise, so too is costly and potentially dangerous conflict. The number of religious discrimination claims filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Commission increased more than 105% during a recent two-year period. Increasingly, demographic changes and population preferences are creating diversity within diversity. For example, it’s widely known that the Hispanic community is a complex mixture of populations from different parts of the Hispanic world. In the United States, these are primarily Mexicans, but also populations from Puerto Rico, Central America, and many South American countries as well. Many assume that one of the stable, unifying features of the Hispanic population is its commitment to Catholicism. However, a recent Pew Report Research Center Report on Latinos and Religion shows that a significantly smaller share of the Hispanic population identifies itself as Catholics. Today, less than of 55 percent of Hispanics identify themselves as Catholic, compared to 67 percent in 2010. Where have all the Catholics gone? They have either joined the increasing share of Hispanics who have become Protestants – 22 percent – or unaffiliated at 18 percent. This increasingly complex picture of the religious composition of the Hispanic population emphasizes both the importance and difficulty of keeping track of the religious faith interests and needs of the workplace population, and the importance of providing workplace religious respect training. “As the United States workforce grows more diverse, HR professionals should expect an even greater level of conflict over employee’s religious differences in the next decade,” wrote Don Meinert in “Matters of Faith” in HR Magazine.
  13. What Are Steroids? Don't confuse anabolic steroids with corticosteroids, warns physiatrist Kenneth Mautner, MD, of Emory University. Anabolic steroids are used to build up muscle. Corticosteroids are used to dampen overactive immune responses and reduce swelling. The anabolic steroids abused by athletes are synthetic versions of testosterone, a male hormone. Both men and women naturally produce testosterone. But like all hormones -- which regulate the body's most basic functions -- throwing one's testosterone out of balance can have wide-ranging consequences. Why Do Doctors Prescribe Steroids? Doctors prescribe anabolic steroids to treat certain specific medical conditions. For example, they may be used to treat the muscle wasting seen in AIDS. Steroids may also be used to treat delayed puberty or loss of testicular function. Mautner notes that doctors are not allowed to prescribe steroids to enhance a person's athletic performance. Are Steroids Illegal? Yes. Without a doctor's prescription for a medical condition, it's against the law to possess, sell, or distribute anabolic steroids. Legal prosecution can be a serious side effect of illicit steroid use. Under federal law, first-time simple possession of anabolic steroids carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a $1,000 fine. For first-offense trafficking in steroids, the maximum penalty is five years in prison and a fine of $250,000. Second offenses double this penalty. In addition to federal penalties, state laws also prohibit illegal anabolic steroid use. Anabolic steroids are powerful hormones. They affect the entire body. Some of the side effects are common to all users. Other side effects are specifically related to your sex and age. Men who take anabolic steroids may: Develop breasts Get painful erections Have their testicles shrink Have decreased sperm count Become infertile Become impotent Women who take anabolic steroids may: Grow excessive face and body hair Have their voices deepen Experience menstrual irregularities Have an enlarged clitoris Have reduced breast size Have a masculinized female fetus Both men and women who take anabolic steroids may: Get acne Have an oily scalp and skin Get yellowing of the skin (jaundice) Become bald Have tendon rupture Have heart attacks Have an enlarged heart Develop significant risk of liver disease and liver cancer Have high levels of "bad" cholesterol Have mood swings Fly into rages Suffer delusions Teens who take anabolic steroids may: Have short height due to arrested bone growth Girls may suffer long-term masculinization Since steroids are often taken by injections, there is also the risk of getting HIV or hepatitis infection from an unsterile needle or syringe. "There are a lot of side effects of steroids," Mautner tells WebMD. "They are not good for you. It is like Russian roulette. Five people may take them and have no long-term problem. The sixth may end up dead."
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