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post #31 of 67
That's a concern for me too sadly enough. haha
post #32 of 67
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Seriously?
haha yup. I'm asian and thats what we do in family. lol.
post #33 of 67
Well there are a couple of things that I have gained from reading all this,1 would be the fact that a lot are trying to eliminate something that protects there hearing,and number 2 would be the fact that a few have very dirty ears,I would not like to see the rest of there bodies.
If your body is producing to much/to little/to wet or to dry then you should see a doctor because you are not normal.
post #34 of 67
There actually ARE different types of earwax; do some research ford2. Having a good amount of earwax deep inside your ear canals is completely not indicative of what a person's personal hygiene will be.
post #35 of 67
If your body is producing to much/to little/to wet or to dry then you should see a doctor because you are not normal.[/QUOTE]

I'd be curious to know what credentials you have that would justfy this post.
post #36 of 67
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Originally Posted by ford2 View Post
Well there are a couple of things that I have gained from reading all this,1 would be the fact that a lot are trying to eliminate something that protects there hearing,and number 2 would be the fact that a few have very dirty ears,I would not like to see the rest of there bodies.
If your body is producing to much/to little/to wet or to dry then you should see a doctor because you are not normal.
If you insist on posting, please try to avoid illiterate uses of the English language.

First of all, comma splice is illiterate.

Well there are a couple of things that I have gained from reading all this,1 would be the fact that a lot are trying to eliminate something that protects there hearing,and number 2 would be the fact that a few have very dirty ears,I would not like to see the rest of there bodies.

That attempted (and I do mean attempted) sentence would be a classic example.

You should probably Google "comma splice," because you obviously don't know what that means. After you do, I'm not sure you will have an idea, but I tried, didn't I?

Second, and less important, consider how to use numbers in your prose. The use of numerals to represent numbers less than 10 is, at best, clumsy. Numbers less than 10 are correctly spelled out. Two, as opposed to 2, O.K.?

Third. You clearly do not know the difference between the words there, their, and they're.

Let me help you, because you clearly need help.

There is a place. Think of it as the opposite of here. Their is in used to represent a reference or attribution to people or objects, as in "their fault."

They're is a contraction, as in "They are."

Please try to do better in your future posts. For all I kinow, you may be a genius. But I have no way of knowing that on the basis of your last post.
post #37 of 67
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Second, and less important, consider how to use numbers in your prose. The use of numerals to represent numbers less than 10 is, at best, clumsy. Numbers less than 10 are correctly spelled out. Two, as opposed to 2, O.K.?
I always wondered what the rule was for that.

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For all I kinow, you may be a genius.
You mean "know" (I had to point it out ).
post #38 of 67
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Please try to do better in your future posts. For all I kinow, you may be a genius. But I have no way of knowing that on the basis of your last post.
THAT'S irony, kids!
post #39 of 67
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I'd be curious to know what credentials you have that would justfy this post.
See? That's why there's an extra i. :P
post #40 of 67
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Originally Posted by DrBenway View Post
If you insist on posting, please try to avoid illiterate uses of the English language.

First of all, comma splice is illiterate.

Well there are a couple of things that I have gained from reading all this,1 would be the fact that a lot are trying to eliminate something that protects there hearing,and number 2 would be the fact that a few have very dirty ears,I would not like to see the rest of there bodies.

That attempted (and I do mean attempted) sentence would be a classic example.

You should probably Google "comma splice," because you obviously don't know what that means. After you do, I'm not sure you will have an idea, but I tried, didn't I?

Second, and less important, consider how to use numbers in your prose. The use of numerals to represent numbers less than 10 is, at best, clumsy. Numbers less than 10 are correctly spelled out. Two, as opposed to 2, O.K.?

Third. You clearly do not know the difference between the words there, their, and they're.

Let me help you, because you clearly need help.

There is a place. Think of it as the opposite of here. Their is in used to represent a reference or attribution to people or objects, as in "their fault."

They're is a contraction, as in "They are."

Please try to do better in your future posts. For all I kinow, you may be a genius. But I have no way of knowing that on the basis of your last post.
Hey, give the guy a break - he's Australian, so English is his second language.
post #41 of 67
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....an unsightly slew of pretentious, holier-than-though garbage....
You've got to be kidding me. Next you'll be telling me to avoid using contractions in formal writing. Pull your head out of your ass.
post #42 of 67
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Originally Posted by ford2 View Post
Well there are a couple of things that I have gained from reading all this,1 would be the fact that a lot are trying to eliminate something that protects there hearing,and number 2 would be the fact that a few have very dirty ears,I would not like to see the rest of there bodies.
If your body is producing to much/to little/to wet or to dry then you should see a doctor because you are not normal.
I have very good hygiene, but thanks for the assumption.

I can't really control the fact that my ears produce wax at a slightly accelerated rate. It has nothing to do with "dirty" ears. It's just wax.

It's normal for people to need their ears cleaned once in a while.
post #43 of 67
Try Hopi or Indian Ear Candles

BioSun Hopi Ear Candles

You lie on your side and put the candle, which is a hollow waxed tube, vertically in your ear. Then you need a friend to light the top of the candle. As it burns down the wax, both white flaky and brown stuff is gently drawn out of the ear. Then put it out in a dish of water and pull apart the end of the candle to see how much muck is on your ears.
post #44 of 67
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Originally Posted by Prog Rock Man View Post
Try Hopi or Indian Ear Candles

BioSun Hopi Ear Candles

You lie on your side and put the candle, which is a hollow waxed tube, vertically in your ear. Then you need a friend to light the top of the candle. As it burns down the wax, both white flaky and brown stuff is gently drawn out of the ear. Then put it out in a dish of water and pull apart the end of the candle to see how much muck is on your ears.
As has been stated many times here, this is a bad idea.

See also: Why Ear Candling Is Not a Good Idea
post #45 of 67
Going back to the original poster's point... He has a valid one.

It's called getting your ears syringed where I come from. The machine blats fluid into the canal and sucks it away with the wax. Works a treat, I have to have it done for my work.

Top tip - after you've had the clean, drop a couple of drops of olive oil into each ear once a week, keeps it nice and clean in there.
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