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# 1
Social/Off-Topic / Hand Health Thread
Today at 15:01:22
my wrist got really messed up recently to the point that it was hard to type, but a wrist brace and some stretching helped a lot

was it from jacking off too much?
How did you know
# 2
Social/Off-Topic / 1000 sup salute
Today at 15:00:48
# 3
Social/Off-Topic / ATTN: Cirus
Today at 15:00:33
They were not spotted at Jan 6
# 4
If you're including GameFAQs then absolutely, but I don't remember how far ahead he was on BR&R
Something like four thousand iirc
# 5
It was very satisfying to tell Jasmine that, actually, I was making our food excessively salty because my doctor told me to
# 6
Iíve always wanted to develop a relationship with some crows or ravens, like those people that feed them every day and the birds start bringing them stuff
# 7
Gaming / I like this screenshot
Today at 07:47:51
Are there damage physics
# 8
Social/Off-Topic / Undisputed #1 poster
29-01-2023, 17:27:47 PM
doesn't zigs still have us beat by quite a bit if you include the old board (and gamefaqs I guess)
# 9
Social/Off-Topic / Recommended Youtube videos
29-01-2023, 17:26:28 PM
This is a pretty good series of videos on how nuclear fusion works, why we're still so far from fusion power, why the NIF breakthrough wasn't really a big step forward, etc.  I had a little prior knowledge from my college studies but I didn't know 99% of the content here, and I felt like it was presented in a decently approachable manner.

# 10
the mango jarritos is pretty bad
# 11
I used to drink a lot, probably a couple of liters a day as well, but I have low blood pressure and a cardiologist told me to drink less water and add more salt to my food, so I've been trying to drink less.
# 12
Social/Off-Topic / 1000 sup salute
29-01-2023, 17:21:06 PM
# 13
Social/Off-Topic / Hand Health Thread
29-01-2023, 17:20:49 PM
my wrist got really messed up recently to the point that it was hard to type, but a wrist brace and some stretching helped a lot
# 14
Seattle changed a lot during the pandemic.  Entire parks and highway underpasses became homeless encampments, to the point where you had to drive at single digit MPH to avoid hitting a tent on some parts.  The problem was always there, but the lack of traffic allowed those spaces to be taken over, forcing people to deal with it rather than continue ignoring it.  Unfortunately, that just led to more stupid punitive actions rather than any real meaningful change in a lot of cities.

They're all eminently livable places and any narrative that they're burned out hellholes is a joke.  I lived in Capitol Hill during the CHAZ/CHOP days and a few months after they tore all that down you wouldn't even know it happened, shops were open and it was a wonderful place to live (aside from the insanely barricaded police station to prevent another embarrassing takeover).
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