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View Poll Results: Does Bexxx have a Sushi Problem??
Yes, anyone that puts raw fish in her mouth that frequently has a serious problem! 13 41.94%
No, fish is good for you - yay scooshi!!! 13 41.94%
BEXXX??? Who the hell is BEXXX??? 5 16.13%
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Does BEXXX have a Sushi Problem? - September 20, 2006, 08:26 AM

It has come to the attention of certain parties that Bexxx, aka Scooshi Girl, has demonstrated characteristics commonly associated with an addiction of sorts....for sushi. It has been suggested that she seek professional help for this "problem," but she refuses, stating, as addicts usually do, that she can stop anytime she wants.....what do you think????


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September 20, 2006, 08:30 AM

Yeah bexxx has a sushi problem. She needs to move to step 1 which is admitting it.


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September 20, 2006, 08:33 AM

Maybe she just needs to get to the CORE of the problem and talk about it!


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September 20, 2006, 08:38 AM

One of the many problems she has :hug:


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September 20, 2006, 09:07 AM

Isn't the real issue here the fact that she eats lower quality sooshi? Sooshi is wonderful and good for you (who worries about Mercury levels? Not Bexxx). However low quality, mass produced, buffet style sushi isn't wonderful, and does nothing for her friends.

We call ourselves her friends and yet we never take her to where the good sushi is...are we not just simple enablers?


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September 20, 2006, 09:16 AM

I have an addictive personality, I know.

But I do not have a scooshi addiction!

I don't get cranky nor do I get the shakes when I go without it. Sure I may bring up my desire to eat some scooshi every other day or so, but is that indicitive of a problem? I hardly think so.

Acting on that desire would be. It would be a problem if I went from Tysons to Herndon everyday to have my yummy sticky floor scooshi, but I do not. I get to enjoy this lovely Japanese cuisine maybe once every other week as of late and that is fine by me.

Anyway, blame it all on kevers...she got me started going to this joint in the first place.

Now give me my scooshi dammit...don't make me get unpleasant!


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Denial is the first of the five stages, bex. Struggle through it....


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September 20, 2006, 09:26 AM

MY MERCURY POISONING
By Daphne Zuniga



Nutritionally, fish may seem like your friend. But the mercury in many fish can cause everything from miscarriage and heart problems in adults to mental retardation in babies. Actress Daphne Zuniga, who was lucky enough to get early treatment, spotlights the growing threat.

Tuna on Rye—Hold the Mercury, Please
I'm one of the most health-conscious people I know. I do yoga, meditate, hike, run. I don't eat meat, so fish has been my primary source of protein. Tuna on Caesar salad—you can't beat that for lunch. And yellowtail sushi—clean, nutritious, melt-in-your-mouth yummy. Every time I grilled fish or ordered it at a restaurant, I felt I was making a healthy choice.

Then late last year, after learning about the risk of mercury poisoning with a high-fish diet, I got tested. Just for the heck of it; I didn't expect problems. When the doctor told me my numbers were double the normal, "safe" level of mercury, I thought there was a mistake—didn't she know how healthy I was? I asked about the symptoms of mercury poisoning. Muscle aches, I was told, plus blurred vision, depression, inability to concentrate, memory loss, skin rashes. As I listened, I thought, check, check, check.

About 6 percent of women of childbearing age have levels of mercury above those deemed safe by the Environmental Protection Agency. That means their unborn children are at risk for mental retardation, learning disabilities and impaired hearing.

Mercury is a potent brain poison. How does so much of it get into our bodies? Industrial pollution—from coal-burning power plants and chemical factories—deposits toxins in our rivers, lakes and oceans, where they're ingested by fish. Twenty-one states have consumer advisories on all their freshwater lakes and rivers, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, meaning that their fish are too poisoned to eat regularly. The American Medical Association recommends that a mercury warning be posted wherever fish is sold, but I've never seen one anywhere.

Find out how you can protect yourself. You can even print out a guide to make better choices when buying or ordering fish.


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BEXXX I will offer to help you get to the CORE of your problem but you need to be honest with everybody about your true feelings for eating raw fish!


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September 20, 2006, 09:33 AM

Now if that article said "mental retardation in adults", that would be a red flag...but nope.


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Now if that article said "mental retardation in adults", that would be a red flag...but nope.
ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTS
High exposures to mercury can cause acute poisoning. Symptoms usually begin with cough, chest tightness, trouble breathing and upset stomach. This may go on to pneumonia, which can be fatal.
If the inorganic mercury compounds are swallowed, nausea, vomiting diarrhea and severe kidney damage can occur.
CHRONIC HEALTH EFFECTS
Exposure to any form of mercury on a repeated basis, or even from a single, very high exposure can lead to the disease of chronic mercury poisoning. There are three main symptoms:
  1. Gum problems. The gums become soft and spongy, the teeth get loose, sores may develop, and there may be increased saliva.
  2. Mood and mental changes. People with chronic mercury poisoning often have wide swings of mood, becoming irritable, frightened, depressed or excited very quickly for no apparent reason. Such people may become extremely upset at any criticism, lose all self-confidence, and become apathetic. Hallucinations, memory loss and inability to concentrate can occur.
  3. Nervous system. The earliest and most frequent symptom is a fine tremor (shaking) of the hand. A tremor may also occur in the tongue and eyelids. Eventually this can progress to trouble balancing and walking.
  4. Death.
OTHER HEALTH EFFECTS
There are a number of other symptoms that may be caused by exposure to mercury and mercury-containing compounds.
  • A skin allergy may develop. If this happens, repeated exposure causes rash and itching.
  • Exposure to mercury vapor can cause the lens of the eye to discolor.
  • Some of the inorganic mercury compounds can cause burns or severe irritation of the skin and eyes on contact.
EFFECTS ON THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
Some organic mercury compounds (methylmercury) are known to cause birth defects in children born of exposed mothers. It is not known whether inorganic compounds or elemental mercury have this effect.


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September 20, 2006, 09:48 AM

So everything is reversible but the whole death thing right?


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Um... no. Once the film protecting your brain is penetrated, the mental retardation is permanent... as is losing a kidney and damage done to your CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.

That is all.


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