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  1. Corbenic

    Corbenic go ahead, rageban me.

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    Murdarah, murdarah, ting, bloodclot, blu-dclot
    This is helping me interpret some rasta speak
    http://www.speakjamaican.com/glossary/

    What is it about dancehall vocals? I mean what is it? SERIOUSLY? TELL ME NOW!!!

    LOL jk :lol:
    But what does bloodclot specifically mean?

    I know, I know, im wasting your time, but hey, im an american, I don't have alotta time for waffling, I mean, i'm usually getting fat, spreading patriotism, or invading small nations.
     
  2. Hombre-J

    Hombre-J Currently Ballsacked

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    A thrombus (Greek θρόμβος), or blood clot, is the final product of the blood coagulation step in hemostasis. It is achieved via the aggregation of platelets that form a platelet plug, and the activation of the humoral coagulation system (i.e. clotting factors). A thrombus is normal in cases of injury, but pathologic in instances of thrombosis.

    pecifically, a thrombus is the inappropriate activation of the hemostatic process in an uninjured or slightly injured vessel. A thrombus in a large blood vessel will decrease blood flow through that vessel (termed a mural thrombus). In a small blood vessel, blood flow may be completely cut-off (termed an occlusive thrombus) resulting in death of tissue supplied by that vessel. If a thrombus dislodges and becomes free-floating, it is termed as an embolus.

    Some of the conditions which elevate risk of blood clots developing include atrial fibrillation (a form of cardiac arrhythmia), heart valve replacement, a recent heart attack, extended periods of inactivity (see deep venous thrombosis), and genetic or disease-related deficiencies in the blood's clotting abilities.

    Blood clot prevention and treatment reduces the risk of stroke, heart attack and pulmonary embolism. Heparin and warfarin are often used to inhibit the formation and growth of existing thrombi; the former binds to and activates the enzyme inhibitor antithrombin III, while the latter inhibits vitamin K epoxide reductase, an enzyme needed to synthesize mature clotting factors.

    Virchow's triad describes the pathogenesis of thrombus formation:

    1. Endothelial injury (e.g. trauma, atheroma)
    2. Abnormal blood flow (loss of laminar flow resulting from stasis in veins or turbulence in arteries) (e.g. valvulitis, aneurysm)
    3. Hypercoagulability (e.g. leukaemia, Factor V mutation (Leiden))

    Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) involves widespread microthrombi formation throughout the majority of the blood vessels. This is due to excessive consumption of coagulation factors and subsequent activation of fibrinolysis using all of the body's available platelets and clotting factors. The end result is hemorrhaging and ischaemic necrosis of tissue/organs. Causes are septicaemia, acute leukaemia, shock, snake bites, fat emboli from broken bones, or other severe traumas. DIC may also be seen in pregnant females. Treatment involves the use of fresh frozen plasma to restore the level of clotting factors in the blood, platelets and heparin to prevent further thrombi formation.

    Thrombus formation can have one of four outcomes: propagation, embolization, dissolution or organization and recanalization. [1]

    1. Propagation of a thrombus occurs towards the direction of the heart. This means that it is anterograde in veins or retrograde in arteries.
    2. Embolization occurs when the thrombus breaks free from the vascular wall and becomes mobile. A venous emboli (most likely from deep venous thrombosis in the lower extremities) will travel through the systemic circulation, reach the right side of the heart, and travel through the pulmonary artery resulting in a pulmonary embolism. On the other hand, arterial thrombosis resulting from hypertension or atherosclerosis can become mobile and the resulting emboli can occlude any artery or arteriole downstream of the thrombus formation. This means that cerebral stroke, myocardial infarction, or any other organ can be affected.
    3. Dissolution occurs when fibrinolytic mechanisms break up the thrombus and blood flow is restored to the vessel. This may be aided by drugs (for example after occlusion of a coronary artery). The best response to fibrinolytic drugs is within a couple of hours, before the fibrin meshwork of the thrombus has been fully developed.
    4. Organization and recanalization involves the ingrowth of smooth muscle cells, fibroblasts and endothelium into the fibrin-rich thrombus. Recanalization provides capillary-sized channels through the thrombus for continuity of blood flow through the entire thrombus but may not restore sufficient blood flow for the metabolic needs of the downstream tissue.


    Gwaarn all natty on a bumbaclart ting
     
  3. DJ Spliff

    DJ Spliff Never Enuff Vinyl

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    Oh god not another american.:mrpanic:
     
  4. Corbenic

    Corbenic go ahead, rageban me.

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    Lol I take blood thinners as medication, I know what a bloodclot is.
    And nice wikipedia copy and paste.
     
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    Hombre-J Currently Ballsacked

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    Well I'm not gonna sit there and write a fucking essay on haemotology am I.

    Also you seemed to miss my conclusion, which certainly isn't in the Wikipedia entry.
     
  6. Corbenic

    Corbenic go ahead, rageban me.

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    Oh I saw it, it's what gave the post all the more win
     
  7. Lunos

    Lunos Active Member

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    bombaclaat or bomba-rasclaat is one of the most offensive things in jamaican parlance. i have close friends of the family that are from Jamaica.

    ---------- Post added at 01:25 ---------- Previous post was at 01:23 ----------

    i have been told it means a bloodied used tampon
     
  8. Corbenic

    Corbenic go ahead, rageban me.

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    You see I have friends who are jamaican as well and they tell me that's not the meaning, so I don't know who to believe, but I will agree it is highly offensive.

    Oh and ting is a soft drink
    [​IMG]

    SHWING!
     
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  9. mr karnage

    mr karnage deep inside the jungle

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    ive been told the same thing
     
  10. Hombre-J

    Hombre-J Currently Ballsacked

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    Ting is fuckin well nice! It's a bit like Lilt, but just fuckin uber
     
  11. Scatcat

    Scatcat It don't mean shit

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    are you on speed?
     
  12. dnbkingz

    dnbkingz bollocks

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    Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrastclart.
     
  13. BoudiCat

    BoudiCat SERIAY.

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    Bludclart = Blood Cloth. So it's a tampon basically.
     
  14. SmallVictoriez

    SmallVictoriez Teen Pop Sensation

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    Cho! I be postin' in a rasta thread, seen?

    I've met two Yardies in my life & both of them spoke the Queen's English.
     
  15. Osime

    Osime Official Japanese Student

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    BO! 'AIL UP DI SELECTAH!

    Also, [​IMG]
     
  16. greddie

    greddie Super Sir Loin

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    oh seeeeeeeeeeeeeeen
     
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    ive been told bumbaclot means arsewipe and a batty boy is a gay boy
     
  18. Osime

    Osime Official Japanese Student

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    Pretty much. Battybwoy get murdahd round ear.
     
  19. jmzmaloney

    jmzmaloney ENTHUSED WITH ETHNOGRAPHIC PLUNDERPHONICS Staff Member

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    So are we pretending this isnt dob or do we really not care anymore
     
  20. Osime

    Osime Official Japanese Student

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    Not even worth the effort. If he wants to troll under a new name so be it. He'll be banned in a week like every other time.
     
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