It’s hot, my night shirt is wringing wet, my left arm throbs, my pajama bottoms are wadded up in my crotch, my mouth is painfully dry, and I have to take a leak. The clock glows an eerie green 3:46 AM. Damn it all, I’d better get to the bathroom. Is this what getting old is all about—tossing, turning, aching, and peeing? I get up and stagger to the bathroom and stand over the toilet. Nothing happens. Come on. Come on. A slow trickle finally emerges. Ahh.
I drop back into bed with my bladder still leaking. Shit. I close my eyes and try to focus on something pleasant, anything. Nothing comes. Nothing.
Finally sleep overtakes my discomfort and anxiety. But sleep brings this old old dream. Something’s wrong. It’s all mixed up with…with…
The U.S. rifle caliber .30, Ml is an air-cooled, gas-operated, clip-fed, and semiautomatic shoulder weapon. Prostate cancer is a form of cancer that develops in the prostate, a gland in the male reproductive system. Most prostate cancers are slow growing; however, there are cases of aggressive prostate cancers. This means that the air cools the barrel; that the power to cock the rifle and chamber the succeeding round comes from the expanding gas of the round fired previously; that it is loaded by inserting a metal clip (containing a maximum of eight rounds) into the receiver; and that the rifle fires one round each time the trigger is pulled. The cancer cells may metastasize (spread) from the prostate to other parts of the body, particularly the bones and lymph nodes. Prostate cancer may cause pain, difficulty in urinating, problems during sexual intercourse, or erectile dysfunction. Other symptoms can potentially develop during later stages of the disease.
The three main groups are the trigger housing group, the barrel and receiver group, and the stock group. To disassemble the rifle into the three main groups, first insure that the weapon is clear and then allow the bolt to go forward by depressing the follower with the right thumb and allowing the bolt to ride forward over the follower assembly. Rates of detection of prostate cancers vary widely across the world, with South and East Asia detecting less frequently than in Europe, and especially the United States. Prostate cancer tends to develop in men over the age of fifty.
Place the rifle butt against the left thigh, sights to the left. Globally it is the sixth leading cause of cancer-related death in men (it is now the first in the UK and second in the United States). With the thumb and forefinger of the right hand, pull downward and outward on the rear of the trigger guard. Swing the trigger guard out as far as it will go and lift out the trigger housing group. Prostate cancer is most common in the developed world with increasing rates in the developing world.
To separate the barrel and receiver from the stock lay the weapon on a flat surface with the sights up, muzzle to the left. However, many men with prostate cancer never have symptoms, undergo no therapy, and eventually die of other unrelated causes. With the left hand, grasp the rear of the receiver and raise the rifle. With the right hand, give a downward blow, grasping the small of the stock. Many factors, including genetics and diet, have been implicated in the development of prostate cancer.This will separate the stock group from the barrel and receiver group.