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A retro-ish sounding song about aging and mortality, basically. THIS SONG IS ONLY 5:13 MINUTES LONG...YOUTUBE MESSED UP. Song written, performed, engineered and produced entirely by John Ludi (off of the album Obsolescence). Song mastered by Erik Saari. Video by John Ludi (with a bit of help on some camera shots by John Fitzpatrick). (I may do a subsequent video for this song in the not-too-distant future as there was a whole character theme that I didn't include here due to too much footage.) The words: I Was Never Here After all this time I've become a ghost...empty vessel, discarded host. The young don't notice the pale gray men, just as single-minded as I was then. It's like I've disappeared, faded and unclear...maybe I was never here at all. My ambitions are old and tattered. My desires no longer matter. My great dreams all lay in dust...corroding in my heart of rust. Once a player upon the stage, now a footnote, a crumpled page. Everyone just looks right through me, everyone just walks on by. It seems that now I'm just a phantom, a silent specter with empty eyes. It's like I've disappeared, faded and unclear...maybe I was never here at all. I'm a song that's almost completed. Slings and arrows left me defeated. Every line but the last verse sung. I once was vital, once was young. Once a player upon the stage, now a footnote, a crumpled page. Everyone just looks right through me, everyone just walks on by. It seems that now I'm just a phantom, a silent specter with empty eyes. I'm still here, I call
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When grandpa was young, he was very strong and powerful. But today he needs your help to find the way through the platform back to his youth. Try to find magical sand to become younger and gain extra abilities. Avoid deathly traps and enemy clocks.
28 Mar 2017
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
28 Mar 2017
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
28 Mar 2017
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
28 Mar 2017
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
28 Mar 2017
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www vigor7 com Most men have experienced difficulties with erection at some time in their lives. Alcohol, tiredness, stress or simply not being in the right mood at the right time may all lead to failure to achieve or maintain an erection. The most frequent cause of temporary problems is anxiety. It is quite common for a man to achieve erection but not be able to maintain a sufficiently hard penis for sexual intercourse to take place. Surveys have suggested that 50% of men will experience erectile dysfunction and around 7% of men will experience persistent difficulties with erection during the course of their lives. As men get older, the incidence of problems increases, but that should never deter anyone from seeking help. It is estimated that as few as 10% of men with erection problems seek assistance, despite the fact that treatment and support can be highly effective. The first source of help is your GP. If necessary, a referral to another health professional can be organized. The latest thinking among experts in this area is that in 70% of cases there is a physical cause for erection problems. Psychological causes are responsible for the other 30% of cases. If a man still has the occasional erection, when he is asleep or first thing in the morning, there is a reasonable chance that the problem is psychological. It can be difficult to break the cycle with sexual difficulties. Fear of failure and the pressure to succeed the next time is likely to worsen the problem. It is not unusual to become enveloped with feelings of self-doubt that are reinforced each time that sex does not work out and to feel that the cycle cannot be broken. Each failed act of intercourse becomes a powerful force that psychologically conditions the man to fail on each subsequent attempt. If possible, you should discuss the situation with your partner. Failing to be open with your partner about your anxieties can exacerbate your problem and make your partner feel excluded or
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Prostate cancer is highly found in American Men above 70 years of age. Prostate gland is a part of male reproductive system which is located just below the bladder. Its main function is to secrete prostate fluid which is one of the components of semen. Prostate gland surrounds the urethra which is a common duct for urination and ejection. This is the biggest reason to have obstructed urination in patients suffering from prostate cancer. The patient suffering from prostate cancer may experience difficulty in urinating, blood in urine, blood in semen, bone pain especially in the lower back, hips, or ribs. There are different types of prostate cancer Adenocarcinoma, Small cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma. Life becomes difficult for patients suffering from prostate cancer. Treatment for prostate cancer is difficult and also very expensive. Hospitals in India serves the best at affordable cost and are updated with latest techniques. One can get Top Prostate Cancer Hospitals Mumbai, India with tour2india4health consultants. Tour2india4health consultants help you to get medical visa, appointment with the doctor, meals, accommodation, local travel etc. Contact Us: TOUR2INDIA4HEALTH CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD. Call Us: +91-9325887033
28 Mar 2017
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Java Training institute in Bangalore by Uttara Info assures of training candidates to become Java Experts. Enlightened by best industry expert faculty, the candidates become confident to face the real-time situation with ease. know more: uttarainfocom
27 Mar 2017
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Killer B Fitness Center Goleta : Best Gym in Goleta CA will motivate you through personal guidance, accountability and goal setting. Our program produces results every time. If you want to lose weight, improve your fitness or become a better athlete our Gyms in Goleta is right for you. Address 191 S. Turnpike Road, Goleta CA 93111 Phone Number 805-979-5222
27 Mar 2017
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Financial advisor career opportunities in Orange County are quite valuable because you will actually put your degree to use! Individuals with bachelor’s degrees in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business, Mathematics or Law will enjoy applying their education to a lucrative career in financial advisorship.
26 Mar 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The lymphatic system is a vital part of the immune system, along with the thymus, bone marrow, spleen, tonsils, appendix, and Peyer patches in the small intestine. The lymphatic system is a network of lymph nodes connected by lymphatic vessels. This system transports lymph throughout the body. Lymph is formed from fluid that seeps through the thin walls of capillaries into the body's tissues. This fluid contains oxygen, proteins, and other nutrients that nourish the tissues. Some of this fluid reenters the capillaries and some of it enters the lymphatic vessels (becoming lymph). Small lymphatic vessels connect to larger ones and eventually form the thoracic duct. The thoracic duct is the largest lymphatic vessel. It joins with the subclavian vein and thus returns lymph to the bloodstream. Lymph also transports foreign substances (such as bacteria), cancer cells, and dead or damaged cells that may be present in tissues into the lymphatic vessels and to lymph organs for disposal. Lymph contains many white blood cells. All substances transported by the lymph pass through at least one lymph node, where foreign substances can be filtered out and destroyed before fluid is returned to the bloodstream. In the lymph nodes, white blood cells can collect, interact with each other and with antigens, and generate immune responses to foreign substances. Lymph nodes contain a mesh of tissue that is tightly packed with B cells, T cells, dendritic cells, and macrophages. Harmful microorganisms are filtered through the mesh, then identified and attacked by B cells and T cells. Lymph nodes are often clustered in areas where the lymphatic vessels branch off, such as the neck, armpits, and groin. Disorders of The Lymphatic System The lymphatic system may not carry out its function adequately due to
25 Mar 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Alcoholic liver disease is the result of drinking alcohol excessively. This condition is in direct correlation to the amount of alcohol you drink; your blood is not able to break down the alcohol properly, and it affects your liver. This can also be a hereditary condition because genes that are passed down from your parents may increase your chances of becoming an alcoholic. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is considered the most common liver disorder in the Western world. It’s recognized as one of the most common forms of chronic liver disease and is among the most common forms of chronic liver disease across the globe. NAFLD is most likely to happen in people who are overweight and middle-aged, but recently there are more and more cases of children with NAFLD because it is a result of the standard American diet. People with NAFLD often have high cholesterol and diabetes as well. Typically, this condition is linked to malnutrition, medications, inherited liver disease, fast weight loss and too much bacteria in the small intestine. There are three types of NAFLD: Nonalcoholic fatty liver is when fat builds up in the liver, but it won’t necessarily hurt you. This means that it’s causing excess liver fat, but there are no complications, which is common. According to a study conducted at the University of Sydney at Westmead Hospital in Australia, NAFLD is present in 17 percent to 33 percent of Americans. This growing percentage parallels the frequency of obesity, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis happens to a small number of people with fatty liver. The fat causes inflammation in the liver, and this can impair the liver’s ability to function. This can also lead to cirrhosis, or the scarring of the liver. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease-associated cirrhosis is when liver inflammation leads to the scarring of the liver tissue, making the liver heavier
25 Mar 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 For many men, they don't realize the frequent urge to urinate and the sometimes burning sensation ìs actually a symptom of an enlarged prostate. So, they put the symptoms off until ìt becomes urgent and then usually decide to seek medical care. It's important when there ìs any change ìn the normal day-to-day function of your body to get an examination by your primary care physician to ascertain why the change ìn your prostate ìs occurring. It's not unusual for a man aged 45 and above to experience an enlarged prostate on occasion. It ìs however, unusual to have ongoing symptoms that do not diminish or grow worse. There are a number of treatments that can be undertaken for an enlarged prostate. Some of these can be managed at home. Studies have shown that men who eat diets low ìn milk and dairy products have a lower risk of prostate problems than men who eat a diet high ìn dairy based foods. The problem doesn't seem to be wìth the milk itself but rather the high value of calcium that can aggravate the prostate. There are two main trace elements that are essential to good prostate health. These are, selenium found ìn Brazil nuts and pumpkin seeds whìch have long been used as a folk remedy for prostate problems. It has been learned through research that pumpkin seeds are actually a good source of zinc whìch ìs an essential trace element for a healthy prostate gland. Make good choices ìn your diet and be advised that men wìth enlarged prostates should avoid the consumption of alcohol. Many men find that warm baths or showers relax a swollen prostate and bring temporary relief. A Mayo Clinic once estimated that over half of the American public ìs dehydrated and ìf you're not drinking at least sìx 8-oz glasses of water a day, you're among those people. Also, include cranberry juice as a daily drink because the acidity ìs very beneficial ìn prohibiting the growth of bacteria. If you're having prostate problems
25 Mar 2017
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SSFL’s grassroots spotting and training camps that begin about a quarter before the beginning of the SSFL league matches has become one of the most sought after event for the budding footballers at the grassroots. 
25 Mar 2017
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