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#50 - It's more along the lines of they don't have the training and … 07/10/2014 on Racism doesnt matter if... 0
#3 - Looks like some sort of stick insect. 07/08/2014 on Can't remember what bug it is. +1
#7 - Ridiculous hipsters? (who somehow have funds) 07/08/2014 on But Is It Level 5 Vegan... 0
#12 - A close friend of mine is a White Zimbabwean, she owns some la…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Racism doesnt matter if... 0
#16 - kanedam (07/08/2014) [-]
so... you saying blacks cant do the shit the whites did as well, so it fucks them now?
User avatar #50 - Exodeus (07/10/2014) [-]
It's more along the lines of they don't have the training and experience of running the farms to the same degree as many of the white farmers. Essentially look at the harvested crops before Mugabe removed white farmers, and notice Zimbabwe was a massive food exporter in Africa. Now they have to import food, because they are unable to keep up with demand.
None of the White landowners at the time trained their workers in anything more than a very basic role, unfortunately keeping them in an uneducated position.
I'm not saying that Blacks are unable to perform the same tasks as a White, it's just they don't have the training to do so, and because of that it is really affecting the county as a whole.

Now I will admit I may be horribly wrong but this is how I've interpreted data that is produced and talking to my friend after visiting her in Zimbabwe.
User avatar #48 - grpeephole (07/09/2014) [-]
I think he means its like handing over the CEO position of a Grocery store to someone who works at the Tills.

They dont have the experience and have not been trained. now they are trying to run it with no idea how it works
#13 - captainprincess (07/08/2014) [-]
Dooooeeeesnt really answer the question but ok
#14 - It's a way around it, however I prefer to inject as little ins…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2014 on Personality test 0
User avatar #15 - organiclead (07/08/2014) [-]
Each to their own, I'm just offering an alternative for actually being able to eat sweets should the desire ever come back. It's one of the small blessings type 1 has over type 2. The only thing I find it doesn't really work for is soda because that stuff's amazingly fast acting.
#5 - But what if Zelda was a girl!? 07/08/2014 on Hya 0
#10 - I actually have type 1 diabetes, it makes me sad not being abl…  [+] (66 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Personality test +165
User avatar #292 - misticalz (07/09/2014) [-]
Trust me, you're not missing out on much
User avatar #289 - hokeymon (07/09/2014) [-]
But you can enjoy sweets and desserts. Just get a proper consultation from a licensed Nutritionist and your're good to go.
User avatar #280 - dasbrot (07/09/2014) [-]
My condolences, brother/sister.
#276 - leonicz (07/09/2014) [-]
i would just erase myself at that point
User avatar #264 - CrowbarNinja (07/09/2014) [-]
I have celiac disease, nowhere near as bad, but i still know the pain of not being able to eat good shit.
User avatar #304 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
I have both.
#243 - iobx (07/09/2014) [-]
Everyone point at him, point at him and laugh hahahah
#238 - rothingham (07/09/2014) [-]
Well, I can't enjoy these desserts because I'm lactose intolerant. The fucked up thing is, I wasn't until a year ago.
#229 - cdmin (07/09/2014) [-]
must suck to be you
#224 - assaultered (07/09/2014) [-]
No cake for you.
User avatar #220 - mrheisenberg (07/09/2014) [-]
I will eat this whole bucket of icecream in your honor
#203 - jamesalmighty (07/09/2014) [-]
i have type 1 aswell (will post insulen pump photos to prove), and i have 0 issues eating thngs like this.. idk if life is like that for all of us, but i hav a manditory workout routine i do daily, 6am sharp... i eat shit like tha tall day, take my shots, poke my fingers. Letting diabetes take your life and love of thingd from you is retarded, and i refuse to simply let my genetics win over my desire for tasty foods.
User avatar #195 - goreglash (07/09/2014) [-]
why have people liked this, thats horrible sugar isnt even that nice anyway
User avatar #190 - ThatFuckingGuy (07/09/2014) [-]
lol
User avatar #181 - wellimnotsure (07/09/2014) [-]
What are you talking about, you can enjoy them....once.....maybe a couple times.
User avatar #159 - assdoreponyfucker (07/09/2014) [-]
look at all these assholes thumbing this up! the green thumb stands for funny. diabeetus is not a joke.
User avatar #131 - lecorbi (07/09/2014) [-]
gf has type 1 too, avoid desserts so it gets a little easier for her


inb4 tfw no gf
#128 - cougarfootball (07/09/2014) [-]
Me too bro. Type 1 for life
User avatar #116 - KingMcSanders (07/09/2014) [-]
I too have type 1 diabetes, but I treat myself to the deliciousness of great desserts every once in a while.
User avatar #102 - momothebear (07/09/2014) [-]
I have type 1 diabetes and i enjoy desert very much. Life's short, live fast.
#92 - anonymous (07/09/2014) [-]
No McDonalds 4 u
User avatar #74 - sketchE (07/09/2014) [-]
so what exactly is type one. i heard one of the broncos old QBs had it, i want to say cutler, and that it might effect his play. what does type one do to you
User avatar #134 - butteredhamster (07/09/2014) [-]
Type 1, also known as Juvenile Diabetes because it is usually developed in childhood is when your body stops producing insulin which your body uses to transport nutrients to the parts of your body that needs them.
My doctor put it this way: The food you eat needs to get through the door to your body and the insulin is the key to that door. That jerk of a pancreas lost the stupid key. So your body makes a makeshift key outta fat deposits in your body and makes you thin and sick.
I went to 74 pounds at 5'4" when I was 12 years old.
Type 2 Diabetes is when their body still makes insulin but is herp derp about it like making bicycles with square wheels.
User avatar #71 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
What really? I have type 1, and while I don't often have that kind of stuff it is not too had if you just cover properly and check often (or of course use a sensor like I do). And before you say it, I do have excellent control, I don't go 300+ just for ice-cream.
You are attention whoring in my opinion. Sorry if I'm wrong, and I don't mean to be blunt about it, but yeah... you're probably full of it.
User avatar #96 - organiclead (07/09/2014) [-]
Type 1 diabetes means your body has decided it's had enough of this insulin cell shit and is killing it. It's an autoimmune disease.

Type 2 means your body has no idea what to do with this insulin shit, but it still produces it.

In regards to sports, it can cause issues if it's not properly controlled. See, a diabetic needs to maintain a proper median for their blood sugar and if it goes too high or two low they start getting sick. Sports and stress are more likely to make your blood sugar do wonky things and make you sick. People's reactions to low blood sugar differ quite a bit until you start getting into the hospital range, but more often than not you lose coordination and cognitive ability.
User avatar #303 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
I understand all of that. My point was that he likely is able to eat all of that, and is just saying that for thumbs+attention.
User avatar #305 - organiclead (07/10/2014) [-]
Derp, looks like I replied to the wrong person. I was trying for #74. No idea how this got down here.
User avatar #306 - outlastgaming (07/10/2014) [-]
oh ok, np
#58 - internetnick (07/09/2014) [-]
So heart attack?
User avatar #53 - randomvillain (07/09/2014) [-]
I've been diabetic since I was 13 months old. So I'm used to not being able to have some foods. But ever since I got an insulin pump things have been a lot easier
User avatar #67 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
my little sister got type 1 a little over a year ago, and she is just starting her pump today with saline trials! How did it work out for you as opposed to regular shots?
User avatar #162 - randomvillain (07/09/2014) [-]
It was a strange transition, but it made things a lot easier. When I got my pump, there were no saline trials. The company sent a rep to your house or your endocrinologist, they showed you how it worked, and you started on it the next day. The basal patterns were the hardest part of it for me. My endo made suggestions, but we still had to adjust them for the first while. If your sister is also getting the continuous blood glucose monitor as well, that may make it easier. Hopefully it all works out well for her.
User avatar #106 - madhattergirl (07/09/2014) [-]
Have her keep her eyes on the injection sites though. My developed an allergy to the injection tubing and had some nasty scar tissue.
User avatar #109 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
ok that sounds bad
User avatar #113 - madhattergirl (07/09/2014) [-]
You just have to make sure you're rotating your injection sites.
User avatar #115 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
oh yeah I'll see about that. rn she just keeps it right above the hip
User avatar #73 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
It's amazing! Push her to get the sensor too. It's often difficult to get used to doing pump+sensor, but it allows you to control it amazingly. I cant imagine the times when I was just checking+doing the shots. I'm glad that's over.
User avatar #76 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
what is the sensor and what does it do? she ha a medtronic pump
User avatar #82 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
As do I. The sensor is something that automatically checks your number every 2 minutes or so. Its a separate site (you stick it in with a needle, but only a small plastic thing remains) then it automatically checks your sugars, and sends them right to your pump, for 6-9 days. You can see a graph of your numbers, and you only have to check your blood a minimum of once every 12 hours, although its better to do it every meal or so.
User avatar #84 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
can you give me a link to do some more research on this? I don't entirely understand how that would work but I would love to talk to my parents about it and see what they think
User avatar #87 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, I tried googling a few sites on it. Unfortunately Medtronic likes to present themselves as anything but a company that you buy stuff from (I think their "products" are instead labeled as "innovations". The best thing to do would be to ask her doctor about it. It's called a CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor), and if she is just getting on the pump you should be able to get one before too long. It is really amazing, and it will definitely allow her to have a much better quality of life.
User avatar #88 - trivdiego (07/09/2014) [-]
I talked to my mom about it and she had heard of it too, she says we should hold off until she has had time to settle into routine with the pump, but that she will definitely look into it. thank you!
User avatar #90 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
Yeah that's probably best. I got mine 1-2 months after I got my pump.
User avatar #89 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
They have two out now btw. The old one, which is the one I currently have. And the new one, which has a few key improvements, but is not too different.
Here is a page for the new one, www.medtronicdiabetes.com/treatment-and-products/enlite-sensor
And here is a page for CGMs in general www.medtronicdiabetes.com/treatment-and-products/continuous-glucose-monitoring
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#48 - Rezialn (07/08/2014) [-]
You can enjoy deserts. You just need them in small portions so that you aren't taking in too many carbs.

Source: I am type 1 diabetic
User avatar #75 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
I never try to limit my carb intake. I have excellent control, and never have seen any problems with it. I just checked my pump, and my average carbs per day for the last month have been 253 grams per day.
#77 - Rezialn (07/09/2014) [-]
You should still limit your carb consumption because you're reducing your insulin absorbtion by taking in more insulin.
User avatar #79 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
Hmm, I've never heard that before. Interesting. Is that a cumulative thing? I'll have to research that a bit.
#81 - Rezialn (07/09/2014) [-]
It's what causes type 2 diabetes most of the time. Your body starts to develop a tolerance for insulin the more of it you use. That leads to needing more insulin.
User avatar #83 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
Huh. I haven't heard that before.
#46 - wrinklynewt (07/08/2014) [-]
**wrinklynewt rolled image** lies and slander

i have type 1 and i eat more sweets than anyone else in my family
#104 - momothebear (07/09/2014) [-]
**momothebear rolled image** Same here
#39 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Probably for the best. You might catch type 2 as well.
#37 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Dude, you're full of bullshit, treating diabetes correctly through the combined injection of long-acting insulin and fast-acting insulin shots corresponding to the amount of carbohydrates you consume makes it more than possible to enjoy the most sugary of all treats and eat whatever the fuck you want.
Source: Type 1 diabetic since the age of 7.
lel fagget, #CountCarbsAndGetRekt
#70 - pootismang (07/09/2014) [-]
^ This. Type one since age 2.
#34 - vanttu (07/08/2014) [-]
haha u gon die
User avatar #78 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
u r too, you slut
#28 - applescryatnight (07/08/2014) [-]
stickied so we can point and laugh at the outsider
shame on you cannibalvegan.
#21 - loopymoomoo (07/08/2014) [-]
its okay.
your okay.
let my big black penetrative daddy hold you in his arms
User avatar #13 - organiclead (07/08/2014) [-]
Carb counting's your friend. Just look it up in a calorie king, do some fast acting insulin an hour beforehand and shove your face full of that sweet, sugary goodness.
User avatar #85 - outlastgaming (07/09/2014) [-]
WARNING: do not trust Calorie King on fruits and stuff. Better to just look it up online. Often it is WAY off, and can send you really low or really high.
User avatar #93 - organiclead (07/09/2014) [-]
Really? Good to know. I haven't used one in a long time.
User avatar #14 - Exodeus (07/08/2014) [-]
It's a way around it, however I prefer to inject as little insulin as possible and generally eat a lot more healthily because of it.
It's interesting to realise how sweet certain foods are after not eating them for well over a decade.
User avatar #15 - organiclead (07/08/2014) [-]
Each to their own, I'm just offering an alternative for actually being able to eat sweets should the desire ever come back. It's one of the small blessings type 1 has over type 2. The only thing I find it doesn't really work for is soda because that stuff's amazingly fast acting.
#11 - cannibalvegan (07/08/2014) [-]
A moment of silence for our diabetic brothers and sisters.

- OP
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User avatar #29 - kazene (07/08/2014) [-]
I guess we're just sitting on the sidelines, laughing as it happens.
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