Cruz, O'Rourke debate may be last cha...

Cruz, O'Rourke debate may be last chance for big moment

There are 16 comments on the SFGate story from Oct 16, 2018, titled Cruz, O'Rourke debate may be last chance for big moment. In it, SFGate reports that:

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke, center, ducks through the rain as he arrives for rally, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in San Antonio. O'Rourke is taking a sharper tone in his campaign heading into the final scheduled debate with Republican Sen. Ted Cruz.

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Annie Oakly

Wilmington, IL

#1 Oct 16, 2018
The last chance for Beto will be when Senator Cruz appears with President Trump, and fills an auditorium that seats 8,000 voting Texans, with hundreds standing outside. Maybe Beto could ask Hillary to come to Texas, and try to fill a H S gym.

“Kenyan-born Obama=Antichrist”

Since: Sep 09

Casper, WY

#2 Oct 16, 2018
Too bad that Ted Cruz, like Obama & Marco Rubio, will never be a natural born citizen and therefore unable to legally run for president.
Legally "non-citizen" Obama could not be elected Dogcatcher. On page 26 of 'Dreams from My Father' Obama said he found his "birth certificate". Whatever happened to THAT birth certificate?“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.” from '1984' by George Orwell I hate Big Brother.
Ephesians 6:12 & John 3:16
CZars_R_US

Orlando, FL

#3 Oct 16, 2018
Annie Oakly wrote:
The last chance for Beto will be when Senator Cruz appears with President Trump, and fills an auditorium that seats 8,000 voting Texans, with hundreds standing outside. Maybe Beto could ask Hillary to come to Texas, and try to fill a H S gym.
She could get Bill to pass out cigars though. Too risky.!
Come Get Farts

Mona, UT

#4 Oct 16, 2018
Last chance for big farts.

“Watching The Snowflakes Rant”

Since: Feb 17

Location hidden

#7 Oct 17, 2018
Last chance for many of the libs. They are sinking it appears as the next 20 days remind America of what Trump has done and what liberals haven't. Libs want to go back to the liberal disaster that a Hillary presidency would have continued. Remember Obama said the manufacturing jobs were gone forever. They were...…..with the liberals in charge.
sly mongoose

Southfield, MI

#8 Oct 17, 2018
Fu@king Beto my ass , use your real name you dumb ass kissing for votes white boy.. lmao

“Watching The Snowflakes Rant”

Since: Feb 17

Location hidden

#9 Oct 17, 2018
sly mongoose wrote:
Fu@king Beto my ass , use your real name you dumb ass kissing for votes white boy.. lmao
Libs are losing in Texas, Arizona, Nevada, North Dakota, Missouri and Florida.
sly mongoose

Southfield, MI

#10 Oct 17, 2018
CodeTalker wrote:
<quoted text>Libs are losing in Texas, Arizona, Nevada, North Dakota, Missouri and Florida.
I have faith that voters will do what's best for America and vote republican
Fart update

Bucyrus, OH

#11 Oct 17, 2018
Come Get Farts wrote:
Last chance for big farts.
Passing gas: Everybody does it and no one wants to admit it.

This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day.

People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas if youre eating a super high fiber diet, that could be part of it, Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com .But if its something thats persistent, and your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.

Gaseous origins

During digestion, food particles pass from the stomach to the small intestine, where the large majority of food absorption takes place. Then, undigested particles pass into the large intestine and the colon, where bacteria break the rest of it down. This bacterial fermentation ultimately releases the main components of intestinal gas also known as flatus...

According to gastroenterologists, carbohydrates such as sugars, starches and fibers produce the most gas in the colon, as they do not get absorbed as completely in the small intestine. This is why vegans and vegetarians tend to be more flatulent than their meat-eating counterparts..

Mostly comprised of carbon dioxide, flatus also contains an eclectic blend of non-smelling gasses, including oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and sometimes methane. The foul smelling odor actually comes from a combination of sulfur compounds, which comprise less than 1 percent of the gass composition. And as for that all too familiar gaseous sound? Its a result of the gas passing through the rectum, causing vibrations in the anal opening. The auditory pitch all depends on the tightness of the sphincter as well as the velocity of the gas being expelled.

While individuals can sometimes voluntarily control their flatulence during the day by tightening their rectum, all bets are off during the nighttime hours.People fart when they sleep,[because] your anal sphincter relaxes while you sleep, said Sheth, who is also the co-author of Whats Your Poo Telling You. No one realizes it, unless their partner tells them

Gas as a symptom

Although passing gas is a completely normal physiological action, too much flatulence may be a telling sign of an even bigger problem such as missing components in the intestines. While excessive flatulence can reveal a lack of compounds in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, it can also indicate an overabundance of GI components..

Unlike the large intestines and colon, the small intestines contain much less bacteria, and the bacteria that do reside there are much different than the bacteria in the colon. But when people suffer from small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), an abnormally large amount of bacteria resides in the small intestine, and the bacteria are more like the ones living in the colon. As a result, people will experience much more flatus, along with bloating and diarrhea

According to Sheth, SIBO is very rare, but it can be caused by certain diets, stress and a bad mix of medications. Additionally, people who have recently had surgery on their GI tracts or have just overcome a GI bug like norovirus may also experience an imbalance in bacteria. Particularly foul smelling flatus may also be a symptom of infection or an even bigger health issue...
These Good Farts

East Prairie, MO

#12 Oct 17, 2018
Fart update wrote:
<quoted text>

Passing gas: Everybody does it and no one wants to admit it.

This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day.

People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas if youre eating a super high fiber diet, that could be part of it, Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com .But if its something thats persistent, and your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.

Gaseous origins

During digestion, food particles pass from the stomach to the small intestine, where the large majority of food absorption takes place. Then, undigested particles pass into the large intestine and the colon, where bacteria break the rest of it down. This bacterial fermentation ultimately releases the main components of intestinal gas also known as flatus...

According to gastroenterologists, carbohydrates such as sugars, starches and fibers produce the most gas in the colon, as they do not get absorbed as completely in the small intestine. This is why vegans and vegetarians tend to be more flatulent than their meat-eating counterparts..

Mostly comprised of carbon dioxide, flatus also contains an eclectic blend of non-smelling gasses, including oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and sometimes methane. The foul smelling odor actually comes from a combination of sulfur compounds, which comprise less than 1 percent of the gass composition. And as for that all too familiar gaseous sound? Its a result of the gas passing through the rectum, causing vibrations in the anal opening. The auditory pitch all depends on the tightness of the sphincter as well as the velocity of the gas being expelled.

While individuals can sometimes voluntarily control their flatulence during the day by tightening their rectum, all bets are off during the nighttime hours.People fart when they sleep,[because] your anal sphincter relaxes while you sleep, said Sheth, who is also the co-author of Whats Your Poo Telling You. No one realizes it, unless their partner tells them

Gas as a symptom

Although passing gas is a completely normal physiological action, too much flatulence may be a telling sign of an even bigger problem such as missing components in the intestines. While excessive flatulence can reveal a lack of compounds in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, it can also indicate an overabundance of GI components..

Unlike the large intestines and colon, the small intestines contain much less bacteria, and the bacteria that do reside there are much different than the bacteria in the colon. But when people suffer from small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), an abnormally large amount of bacteria resides in the small intestine, and the bacteria are more like the ones living in the colon. As a result, people will experience much more flatus, along with bloating and diarrhea

According to Sheth, SIBO is very rare, but it can be caused by certain diets, stress and a bad mix of medications. Additionally, people who have recently had surgery on their GI tracts or have just overcome a GI bug like norovirus may also experience an imbalance in bacteria. Particularly foul smelling flatus may also be a symptom of infection or an even bigger health issue...
These are good farts.

“Watching The Snowflakes Rant”

Since: Feb 17

Location hidden

#14 Oct 17, 2018
Fart update wrote:
<quoted text>

Passing gas: Everybody does it and no one wants to admit it.

This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day.

People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas if youre eating a super high fiber diet, that could be part of it, Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com .But if its something thats persistent, and your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.

Gaseous origins

During digestion, food particles pass from the stomach to the small intestine, where the large majority of food absorption takes place. Then, undigested particles pass into the large intestine and the colon, where bacteria break the rest of it down. This bacterial fermentation ultimately releases the main components of intestinal gas also known as flatus...

According to gastroenterologists, carbohydrates such as sugars, starches and fibers produce the most gas in the colon, as they do not get absorbed as completely in the small intestine. This is why vegans and vegetarians tend to be more flatulent than their meat-eating counterparts..

Mostly comprised of carbon dioxide, flatus also contains an eclectic blend of non-smelling gasses, including oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and sometimes methane. The foul smelling odor actually comes from a combination of sulfur compounds, which comprise less than 1 percent of the gass composition. And as for that all too familiar gaseous sound? Its a result of the gas passing through the rectum, causing vibrations in the anal opening. The auditory pitch all depends on the tightness of the sphincter as well as the velocity of the gas being expelled.

While individuals can sometimes voluntarily control their flatulence during the day by tightening their rectum, all bets are off during the nighttime hours.People fart when they sleep,[because] your anal sphincter relaxes while you sleep, said Sheth, who is also the co-author of Whats Your Poo Telling You. No one realizes it, unless their partner tells them

Gas as a symptom

Although passing gas is a completely normal physiological action, too much flatulence may be a telling sign of an even bigger problem such as missing components in the intestines. While excessive flatulence can reveal a lack of compounds in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, it can also indicate an overabundance of GI components..

Unlike the large intestines and colon, the small intestines contain much less bacteria, and the bacteria that do reside there are much different than the bacteria in the colon. But when people suffer from small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), an abnormally large amount of bacteria resides in the small intestine, and the bacteria are more like the ones living in the colon. As a result, people will experience much more flatus, along with bloating and diarrhea

According to Sheth, SIBO is very rare, but it can be caused by certain diets, stress and a bad mix of medications. Additionally, people who have recently had surgery on their GI tracts or have just overcome a GI bug like norovirus may also experience an imbalance in bacteria. Particularly foul smelling flatus may also be a symptom of infection or an even bigger health issue...
A true liberal........collecting Soros Atifa money.
Fart Debaters

Lexington, KY

#15 Oct 17, 2018
Fart update wrote:
<quoted text>

Passing gas: Everybody does it and no one wants to admit it.

This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day.

People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas if youre eating a super high fiber diet, that could be part of it, Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com .But if its something thats persistent, and your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.

Gaseous origins

During digestion, food particles pass from the stomach to the small intestine, where the large majority of food absorption takes place. Then, undigested particles pass into the large intestine and the colon, where bacteria break the rest of it down. This bacterial fermentation ultimately releases the main components of intestinal gas also known as flatus...

According to gastroenterologists, carbohydrates such as sugars, starches and fibers produce the most gas in the colon, as they do not get absorbed as completely in the small intestine. This is why vegans and vegetarians tend to be more flatulent than their meat-eating counterparts..

Mostly comprised of carbon dioxide, flatus also contains an eclectic blend of non-smelling gasses, including oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and sometimes methane. The foul smelling odor actually comes from a combination of sulfur compounds, which comprise less than 1 percent of the gass composition. And as for that all too familiar gaseous sound? Its a result of the gas passing through the rectum, causing vibrations in the anal opening. The auditory pitch all depends on the tightness of the sphincter as well as the velocity of the gas being expelled.

While individuals can sometimes voluntarily control their flatulence during the day by tightening their rectum, all bets are off during the nighttime hours.People fart when they sleep,[because] your anal sphincter relaxes while you sleep, said Sheth, who is also the co-author of Whats Your Poo Telling You. No one realizes it, unless their partner tells them

Gas as a symptom

Although passing gas is a completely normal physiological action, too much flatulence may be a telling sign of an even bigger problem such as missing components in the intestines. While excessive flatulence can reveal a lack of compounds in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, it can also indicate an overabundance of GI components..

Unlike the large intestines and colon, the small intestines contain much less bacteria, and the bacteria that do reside there are much different than the bacteria in the colon. But when people suffer from small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), an abnormally large amount of bacteria resides in the small intestine, and the bacteria are more like the ones living in the colon. As a result, people will experience much more flatus, along with bloating and diarrhea

According to Sheth, SIBO is very rare, but it can be caused by certain diets, stress and a bad mix of medications. Additionally, people who have recently had surgery on their GI tracts or have just overcome a GI bug like norovirus may also experience an imbalance in bacteria. Particularly foul smelling flatus may also be a symptom of infection or an even bigger health issue...
Oh yes farts!
whiney beech

Bloomingdale, IN

#17 Oct 18, 2018
Beta?
Those Farts

Bucyrus, OH

#18 Oct 18, 2018
Fart update wrote:
<quoted text>

Passing gas: Everybody does it and no one wants to admit it.

This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day.

People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas if youre eating a super high fiber diet, that could be part of it, Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com .But if its something thats persistent, and your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.

Gaseous origins

During digestion, food particles pass from the stomach to the small intestine, where the large majority of food absorption takes place. Then, undigested particles pass into the large intestine and the colon, where bacteria break the rest of it down. This bacterial fermentation ultimately releases the main components of intestinal gas also known as flatus...

According to gastroenterologists, carbohydrates such as sugars, starches and fibers produce the most gas in the colon, as they do not get absorbed as completely in the small intestine. This is why vegans and vegetarians tend to be more flatulent than their meat-eating counterparts..

Mostly comprised of carbon dioxide, flatus also contains an eclectic blend of non-smelling gasses, including oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and sometimes methane. The foul smelling odor actually comes from a combination of sulfur compounds, which comprise less than 1 percent of the gass composition. And as for that all too familiar gaseous sound? Its a result of the gas passing through the rectum, causing vibrations in the anal opening. The auditory pitch all depends on the tightness of the sphincter as well as the velocity of the gas being expelled.

While individuals can sometimes voluntarily control their flatulence during the day by tightening their rectum, all bets are off during the nighttime hours.People fart when they sleep,[because] your anal sphincter relaxes while you sleep, said Sheth, who is also the co-author of Whats Your Poo Telling You. No one realizes it, unless their partner tells them

Gas as a symptom

Although passing gas is a completely normal physiological action, too much flatulence may be a telling sign of an even bigger problem such as missing components in the intestines. While excessive flatulence can reveal a lack of compounds in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, it can also indicate an overabundance of GI components..

Unlike the large intestines and colon, the small intestines contain much less bacteria, and the bacteria that do reside there are much different than the bacteria in the colon. But when people suffer from small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), an abnormally large amount of bacteria resides in the small intestine, and the bacteria are more like the ones living in the colon. As a result, people will experience much more flatus, along with bloating and diarrhea

According to Sheth, SIBO is very rare, but it can be caused by certain diets, stress and a bad mix of medications. Additionally, people who have recently had surgery on their GI tracts or have just overcome a GI bug like norovirus may also experience an imbalance in bacteria. Particularly foul smelling flatus may also be a symptom of infection or an even bigger health issue...
Smelly goodness.
Miss Manners

San Antonio, TX

#19 Saturday Oct 20
The new era of Beto Males. LOL
Miss Farters

San Antonio, TX

#20 Saturday Oct 20
Farts and turds taste so good. Yum

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