Santa Cruz SEO-Wino wannabe's backlinkers

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jeffry helms

Oakland, CA

#1 Oct 9, 2013
A bunch of lame ass wino seo-er's , with little or no seo in their sites, who depend on a south east asian illegal seo backlinking company in oakland to maintain their position's!!! LAME PUNK ASS WANNABE'S!!!- did you guys hire out a another wino wannabe to do your social media also?? Couldn't work facebook huh?? Tripadvisor and illegal backlinking I guess was the wino limit??
Rich Slavers

Redwood City, CA

#2 Oct 9, 2013
jeffry helms wrote:
A bunch of lame ass wino seo-er's , with little or no seo in their sites, who depend on a south east asian illegal seo backlinking company in oakland to maintain their position's!!! LAME PUNK ASS WANNABE'S!!!- did you guys hire out a another wino wannabe to do your social media also?? Couldn't work facebook huh?? Tripadvisor and illegal backlinking I guess was the wino limit??
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12 Health Risks of Chronic Heavy Drinking
Health Risks of Alcohol: 12 Health Problems Associated with Chronic Heavy Drinking
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WebMD Feature Archive By David Freeman
WebMD Feature Reviewed by Marina Katz, MD
It's no secret that alcohol consumption can cause major health problems, including cirrhosis of the liver and injuries sustained in automobile accidents. But if you think liver disease and car crashes are the only health risks posed by drinking, think again: Researchers have linked alcohol consumption to more than 60 diseases.

"Alcohol does all kinds of things in the body, and we're not fully aware of all its effects," says James C. Garbutt, MD, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and a researcher at the university's Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies. "It's a pretty complicated little molecule."

Here are 12 conditions linked to chronic heavy drinking.

Anemia

Heavy drinking can cause the number of oxygen-carrying red blood cells to be abnormally low. This condition, known as anemia, can trigger a host of symptoms, including fatigue, shortness of breath, and lightheadedness.

Cancer

"Habitual drinking increases the risk of cancer," says Jurgen Rehm, PhD, chairman of the University of Toronto's department of addiction policy and a senior scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, also in Toronto. Scientists believe the increased risk comes when the body converts alcohol into acetaldehyde, a potent carcinogen. Cancer sites linked to alcohol use include the mouth, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, liver, breast, and colorectal region. Cancer risk rises even higher in heavy drinkers who also use tobacco.

Cardiovascular disease

Heavy drinking, especially bingeing, makes platelets more likely to clump together into blood clots, which can lead to heart attack or stroke. In a landmark study published in 2005, Harvard researchers found that binge drinking doubled the risk of death among people who initially survived a heart attack.

Heavy drinking can also cause cardiomyopathy, a potentially deadly condition in which the heart muscle weakens and eventually fails, as well as heart rhythm abnormalities such as atrial and ventricular fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation, in which the heart's upper chambers (atria) twitch chaotically rather than constrict rhythmically, can cause blood clots that can trigger a stroke. Ventricular fibrillation causes chaotic twitching in the heart's main pumping chambers (ventricles). It causes rapid loss of consciousness and, in the absence of immediate treatment, sudden death.

Cirrhosis

Alcohol is toxic to liver cells, and many heavy drinkers develop cirrhosis, a sometimes-lethal condition in which the liver is so heavily scarred that it is unable to function. But it's hard to predict which drinkers will develop cirrhosis. "Some people who drink huge amounts never get cirrhosis, and some who don't drink very much do get it," Saitz says. For some unknown reason, women seem to be especially vulnerable.
jeffry helms

United States

#3 Oct 9, 2013
Rich Slavers wrote:
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12 Health Risks of Chronic Heavy Drinking
Health Risks of Alcohol: 12 Health Problems Associated with Chronic Heavy Drinking
Save This Article For Later
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WebMD Feature Archive By David Freeman
WebMD Feature Reviewed by Marina Katz, MD
It's no secret that alcohol consumption can cause major health problems, including cirrhosis of the liver and injuries sustained in automobile accidents. But if you think liver disease and car crashes are the only health risks posed by drinking, think again: Researchers have linked alcohol consumption to more than 60 diseases.
"Alcohol does all kinds of things in the body, and we're not fully aware of all its effects," says James C. Garbutt, MD, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and a researcher at the university's Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies. "It's a pretty complicated little molecule."
Here are 12 conditions linked to chronic heavy drinking.
Anemia
Heavy drinking can cause the number of oxygen-carrying red blood cells to be abnormally low. This condition, known as anemia, can trigger a host of symptoms, including fatigue, shortness of breath, and lightheadedness.
Cancer
"Habitual drinking increases the risk of cancer," says Jurgen Rehm, PhD, chairman of the University of Toronto's department of addiction policy and a senior scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, also in Toronto. Scientists believe the increased risk comes when the body converts alcohol into acetaldehyde, a potent carcinogen. Cancer sites linked to alcohol use include the mouth, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, liver, breast, and colorectal region. Cancer risk rises even higher in heavy drinkers who also use tobacco.
Cardiovascular disease
Heavy drinking, especially bingeing, makes platelets more likely to clump together into blood clots, which can lead to heart attack or stroke. In a landmark study published in 2005, Harvard researchers found that binge drinking doubled the risk of death among people who initially survived a heart attack.
Heavy drinking can also cause cardiomyopathy, a potentially deadly condition in which the heart muscle weakens and eventually fails, as well as heart rhythm abnormalities such as atrial and ventricular fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation, in which the heart's upper chambers (atria) twitch chaotically rather than constrict rhythmically, can cause blood clots that can trigger a stroke. Ventricular fibrillation causes chaotic twitching in the heart's main pumping chambers (ventricles). It causes rapid loss of consciousness and, in the absence of immediate treatment, sudden death.
Cirrhosis
Alcohol is toxic to liver cells, and many heavy drinkers develop cirrhosis, a sometimes-lethal condition in which the liver is so heavily scarred that it is unable to function. But it's hard to predict which drinkers will develop cirrhosis. "Some people who drink huge amounts never get cirrhosis, and some who don't drink very much do get it," Saitz says. For some unknown reason, women seem to be especially vulnerable.
I know your thinking "its the spam bots" well exactly- someone submitted my url with a cash payment to rid my site from "their web space"-- which is not their web space etc.--I'm not a fan of spam sites either, my site was not a spam site--but I GOT RAILROADED BY LAME ASS WINOS!! these people that do seo for the county, have little or no seo in sites--they rely on social media sites like trip advisor and the backlinking place in oakland--THAT'S SUPPOSED TO GET RID OF SPAM SITES--well their railroading everything else too---WHICH IS ILLEGAL!---I'm telling you-- LAME ASS WINOS!!
jeffry helms

United States

#4 Oct 9, 2013
look at your google analytics pie charts again--I get their the same as mine-the same people visited my site 100 times for 7 minutes--my site is not that cool-RAILROADED, a spam site replaced my space-BUT THEY WON'T BACKLINK THAT SITE WILL THEY?? IT WILL FALL OFF MY OLD POSITION BECAUSE I PULLED MY SITE OFF THE WEB and the backlinkers have nothing to link too-meanwhile the lame ass winos seo'ers are snickering with evilness about ruining my work-money and time. These people owe me about 5,000$-either way i'll collect:

http://flic.kr/p/gtDfFR

http://flic.kr/p/gtCBGb

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jeffry helms

United States

#5 Oct 9, 2013
these people are all template, blog, wordpress pothead etc.--they don't the first thing about web design- if they saw a liquid layout mobile site they'd freak out-they might be able to pull off a mobile jquery site-but it won't show up in internet explorer 7, like all rest of the lame ass winos.
Jeffry Helms

Danville, CA

#6 Oct 18, 2013
jeffry helms wrote:
these people are all template, blog, wordpress pothead etc.--they don't the first thing about web design- if they saw a liquid layout mobile site they'd freak out-they might be able to pull off a mobile jquery site-but it won't show up in internet explorer 7, like all rest of the lame ass winos.
He lives.
Pud

Vicksburg, MS

#7 Oct 18, 2013
Jeffry Helms wrote:
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He lives.
Only as a homeless John Colby sock puppet.

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