Precipitous pronunciation and example sentence use
Is your golf cart leaking oil everywhere you park it?
You are not alone. Any mechanical engine is subject to oil leakage.
One solution is to get an oil absorbent golf cart mat so that you can park your cart anywhere without worrying about those small drip leaks,
Of course, that is just for those baby drip problems. If you have a major problem, be sure to get a mechanic on it right away.
Happy golfing and now you have a way to be free of worry – at least when it comes to small golf cart oil leaks.
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Without virtue, justice withers. To insure justice, we must restore virtue.
The higher the morality of the people, the more justice there will be.
The lower the level of morality, the less justice there will be.
– Jun 24th 2018
PS: Recommended reading: Zhuan Falun
There was a time when I thought it was completely unnecessary to wear a helmet while riding a bicycle. I learned the hard way that I was wrong.
One day I was riding along. I had my fast bike and I was petaling pretty hard. I purposely bought a bike with larger tires so it could take the urban abuse of streets and sidewalks and curbs.
I even thought I was clever to have wide tires that wouldn’t get stuck in the city transit lines that were all over the street. What I didn’t realize is that some of those channels were wider than others.
I was petaling along pretty fast, when my front wheel must have – I say must have because it happened so fast I cannot be sure – gotten stuck in one of those lines. It ‘must have’ twisted the front wheel and it threw me to the ground hard. HARD!.
I always imagined that I would have time to put my arms out to break a fall if I were to have one on a bicycle. This is a fallacy. Maybe at very, very low speeds, but not when you are moving briskly.
I had no chance to put my arms out at all. I didn’t even know I was falling until I woke up in a daze. My head ‘must have’ hit the ground straight on the side. I had a concussion. I didn’t know where I was or even who I was for 10 or 20 minutes. I had a vague idea of which way was home. Everything looked strange and foreign to me. I had to ask my wife if she was my wife because I wasn’t sure. That’s how bad a hit to the head can get.
Moral of the story – Wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. Brain trauma is something you want to avoid at all costs. Period. End of story. Share this with others if you think it will help them to wake up.
Sometimes you are told that your gum health isn’t so good. This may take the form of:
- You need to floss more
- Your gums are receeding
- Your pockets are too deep
- You need a scaling and root planing (deep cleaning) treatment
- You have gingivitis
- You have gum disease
Some of this, like number 4 above, is accompanied by a push for an expensive treatment. This is a scary proposition because it can hurt a lot – even if they numb you up – you won’t stay numb forever and it usually costs a lot too.
These scaling and root planing treatments or ‘deep cleanings’ can be pretty expensive. I would estimate a national average to be about $1500 for all for quadrants. They often one to do one or two quads at a time. This can prolong your agony
The question becomes, can you do anything about it? One thing I’ve discovered in life is that there is often information available that even professionals don’t have. Or perhaps if they do have it, they dismiss it or worse : pretend it doesn’t exist.
“Knowledge is power” As is often said. What if you could get knowledge combined with one of the top tools I know of for promoting dental health? Here it is, click here to see it.
Results? Your results or lack thereof can be confirmed by your dental professional. Hint: Ask about your periodontal pocket depths. When the depths are healthy, most professionals will say your gums are healthy.
Some claim to have logic and reason but still live in a fantasy world in their mind. -David
I was discouraged to come to the realization that many doctors seem to know very little about back pain.
They don’t seem to understand the biomechanics of back pain or perhaps they just don’t want to look at it.
Instead it is drugs or surgery. Maybe they’ll recommend physical therapy. Cold laser therapy? Ultrasound? Are any of these reaching the root cause of the problem? Why is the word “cure” so curiously missing from the dialog? It seems to always be ‘treatment’ or ‘therapy’, doesn’t it?
But even if you go to a physical therapist or visit someone with a different approach like a chiropractor, are any of these people able to help you with your back pain? Unfortunately, this is a big question mark. I hope you can find someone who can and will.
I was surprised to find out that the doctors that I visited seem to have very little knowledge AND / OR inclination to dive in and figure out what my unique problem was. I am still a bit shocked.
I was told a variety of things. I was offered to see a specialist about the possibility of getting an epidural.
This is something I did not want. I do not want drugs to mask the problem. I thought that the underlying biomechanics need to be addressed or I could hurt myself more by ‘feeling no pain’ from prescription meds.
What I finally realized is that very few, if any, doctors exist who would be willing to figure out my problem and help me find a REAL solution that would be lasting and permanent.
Everyone had their favorite therapies, but none of them was about getting to the root cause of the problem.
If you need to look at your issue from a biomechanical perspective, I suggest Dr. McGill’s book Back Mechanic.
It has worked for me. In my estimation, Dr. McGill might just be the foremost authority on how the spine works and how you can get relief from your back issues without the need for surgery or superficial therapies. He might be your best “shot” at it, after all. Back Mechanic is his book.
Low Back Pain Blues
I had quite a journey trying to solve my low back pain problem.
At first, I thought I had tight hamstrings and I began a stretching routine. This was a big mistake. Stretching, I have found, is one of the worst things you can do when you have low back pain. Turns out that the real problem was never the hamstring muscles. They only felt super tight. In fact, they were not at all.
When you have nerve impingement (something pressing on the nerves that come out of the spinal column to innervate the body), it can manifest in many ways. In my case, it felt like tight hamstrings. I could have stretched them day and night and not only would it have not helped, it probably would have made things worse by adding to the pressure on the low back.
Once your lumbar spine becomes pain sensitive, all that stretching may cause more PAIN!. Ouch. Of course, when this problem started, I did not realize that I had a low back problem, but it quickly became evident.
Another tip: Avoid hot tubs. Still thinking that I had a muscle problem, I thought a good soak in the hot tub would help. In retrospect, this caused tissue around the spine to swell, increasing the problem. I also woke up very stiff and pained the next day. Unfortunately, I still did not realize what was going on and repeated the process the next night.
Laser And Other Therapies And Why They Are Not The Solution
After that painful weekend and a horrible flight experience back home, I decided I needed help. The flight home was horrible because I had this feeling that my back was going to lock up at any time. I kept getting up every couple of minutes in an attempt to keep that from happening.
I could not sleep on the bed that Sunday night because my back was too painful. If I moved a little to the right or left – OUCH! My back would hurt and not just a little. It was a sharp grabbing pain. I knew I was in trouble when I woke up on Monday morning.
I went to a chiropractor that an acquaintance raved about. This chiropractor only really did laster therapy. I went, each visit was $65. Allegedly, and according to the doctor, I would feel better after about 14 treatments or so. I got to 11 and realized this wasn’t going to work. In addition, the doctor told me that he could get me feeling better but this problem would come back again. This did not sound like the right solution and it was expensive on top of that.
Take away: Having therapies ‘done to you’ are not going to fix your back. You might get some temporary pain relief, but that’s not a long term or permanent solution.
You have to take charge of your own back and the best resource I have found is THIS ONE.
Lots Of Doctors, Books and Searching
After I realized this doctor was not going to be able to help me in a real way, I bounced around to several doctors. I saw other Chiropractors, an MD and a Nurse practitioner. I had an MRI done. It slowly dawned on me that all of these medical professionals had no clue how to solve my problem!
I was offered an epidural – NO WAY! I was given exercises (some of which I discovered later would actually be BAD for my back).
I was surprised. These people go to school for a long time, yet none of them knew how to solve my back pain problem – even that one profession that focuses on the spine! WOW!!!!
I searched high and low. I read books on back pain. I joined membership websites run by various doctors on back pain.
I tried many therapies, etc. It was crazy… Why, because none of it was working and without a real understanding of what I was doing, some of it may have been hurting my back further!
Finally, a doctor from one of the membership sites I was using sent an email talking about the ‘go to’ source for back pain – it was a researcher up in Canada (now retired).
This researcher spent over 3 decades researching the spine and seeing clients. His knowledge and understanding of the spine, what works and what doesn’t work, is probably the best out there.
He has written several books but one focuses on the average every day person. That book is Back Mechanic.
I believe that after I started reading this book, things started to change for me. It took some time, but my understanding grew and I implemented things from Dr. McGill’s book. My back was getting more and more under control.
I’m still not 100% better, but I see the progress. Even if it is slower than I would like, it is working.
I’m basically pain free except for just a tiny bit of pain. That tiny bit is not enough to warrant medicine or anything like that. My back is stronger and it is not as sensitive as I described above. I can sleep in a bed again, instead of on the floor. I can basically do everything I need to do. It’s not 100%, but it is improving. I can see the improvement from week to week or month to month.
Things were bad. I am glad I came across the resource that has helped me.
I hope this blog posts helps someone else. Back pain can be such a horrible thing to deal with. It got bad, really bad. I did not know where to turn for help. If this blog post points you in the right direction, I would be so happy to know that it helped someone who was desperately searching for the answers that had seemed so elusive.
Best to you
PS: The video enhanced version of Dr. McGill’s book may be helpful to you as well.
I was reading the comments on the post at : https://www.summitpost.org/phpBB3/recovering-from-a-herniated-l5-s1-disc-t60450.html
I wanted to respond on that site, but there is some type of admin approval process involved.
I want to say to the folks on the forum that, after reading the comments, I have a suggestion.
Read the book: Back Mechanic by Stuart McGill.
Based on what I was reading in the comments or the above post, many of you will have many ‘eye openers’ when you read Dr. McGill’s book.
It has helped me tremendously. I think it will help you all a lot too!