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Suffering fools
#1
Getting the truth out is difficult. It is difficult because so many cling to indefensible paradigms. No matter the indisputable evidence presented, they will not address it, but continue to promote already demolished arguments. I never had a particularly patient temperament to begin with, but it is growing rather raw, and after presenting evidence on an issue, I have grown ever more prone to giving them my opinion 'With the bark on'. I guess I'm old and impatient. Anybody else?

Oh Yeah, I guess the last two mild heart attacks over the last 6 weeks haven't made me any sweeter either.
Wife says I have to sell boat....she's right. Guess I'll have to enjoy the smell and sound of flowing water from off the bank going forward. SO'K it's been a good run so far.
So, the words Autumn and Fall are not to be capitalized?
They are in my world!

What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new?"It has been already, in the ages before us. Ecc 1: 9-10
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#2
You need to calm down a bit.  Also, putting boat in and out of water is NOT a good idea if you're having 'mild' heart attacks. Since I've had 4 open heart surgeries I KNOW they FRACKING HURT, so before having to go under the knife, or have ANY internal you need to keep calm and toke a bong.

If you can use some CBD oil also will help you with re-equalize.  Smoking Cannabis does NOT give you "cancer"; you just need to inhale only a small amount each toke with air so there is NO COUGHING.  If you're coughing a lot get a small pillow hold against your chest until you heal more.

And make sure you get small amounts of smoke that do NOT make you cough.  To save the medicine from wasting by burning while NOT inhaling I use small empty med bottle with top to put fire out while you hold you medicine, and slowly exhale relaxing.

It helps, always has since the beginning of life, a small coral animal was the first who made the endro-cannabis system that moved onto land and part of the human body.

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Light" - Jefferson Starship-Windows of Heaven Album
I'm an Earthling with a Martian Soul wanting to go Home.   
You have to turn your own lightbulb on. ©stevo25 & rhw007
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#3
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I live in pain and try to accept it and work with it.
Pain is what makes me bitchy and grumpy.

Pain is one reason I avoid pain killers.
Because I know I would like a whole host of popular pain medications,
and would easily always want them.
Fortunately,
the pain killers fuck up my bowels and I cannot shit right with constipation,
after a couple of days on pain killers,
and that has been a great motivator to avoid pain medication.

I do have a small stash of Demerol ... it is pure gold for pain ... but only for emergencies.
It is good to have for that reason only - emergencies.

I also avoid heroin or morphine ... never tried them ... but I know the pain would love them.

Naughty  

Nonono

I just move slower but keep steady at it.
If I have to hike an 60-70 pound jade in my pack,
I walk very slowly and take lots of stops along the treacherous rock bars.
I take a lot more stops and go a lot slower these days on the jade hunts.
Still can run uphill pretty good,
but my heels do not like downhill running or even flat surface running.
I can only pretty much run uphill -- steep grades are fine -- I do an s curve pattern uphill often,
to vary the cumulative impact on my feet.
Uphill running has been the one thing that has kept me in top shape and healthy.
I walk back down very slowly.
So I am still at it all, but slowing down and being very careful.

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#4
(04-15-2019, 01:11 AM)Vianova Wrote: ...
I live in pain and try to accept it and work with it.
Pain is what makes me bitchy and grumpy.

Pain is one reason I avoid pain killers.
Because I know I would like a whole host of popular pain medications,
and would easily always want them.
Fortunately,
the pain killers fuck up my bowels and I cannot shit right with constipation,
after a couple of days on pain killers,
and that has been a great motivator to avoid pain medication.

I do have a small stash of Demerol ... it is pure gold for pain ... but only for emergencies.
It is good to have for that reason only - emergencies.

I also avoid heroin or morphine ... never tried them ... but I know the pain would love them.

Naughty  

Nonono

I just move slower but keep steady at it.
If I have to hike an 60-70 pound jade in my pack,
I walk very slowly and take lots of stops along the treacherous rock bars.
I take a lot more stops and go a lot slower these days on the jade hunts.
Still can run uphill pretty good,
but my heels do not like downhill running or even flat surface running.
I can only pretty much run uphill -- steep grades are fine -- I do an s curve pattern uphill often,
to vary the cumulative impact on my feet.
Uphill running has been the one thing that has kept me in top shape and healthy.
I walk back down very slowly.
So I am still at it all, but slowing down and being very careful.

...

(04-15-2019, 08:04 PM)Fsbirdhouse Wrote:
(04-15-2019, 01:11 AM)Vianova Wrote: ...
I live in pain and try to accept it and work with it.
Pain is what makes me bitchy and grumpy.

Pain is one reason I avoid pain killers.
Because I know I would like a whole host of popular pain medications,
and would easily always want them.
Fortunately,
the pain killers fuck up my bowels and I cannot shit right with constipation,
after a couple of days on pain killers,
and that has been a great motivator to avoid pain medication.

I do have a small stash of Demerol ... it is pure gold for pain ... but only for emergencies.
It is good to have for that reason only - emergencies.

I also avoid heroin or morphine ... never tried them ... but I know the pain would love them.

Naughty  

Nonono

I just move slower but keep steady at it.
If I have to hike an 60-70 pound jade in my pack,
I walk very slowly and take lots of stops along the treacherous rock bars.
I take a lot more stops and go a lot slower these days on the jade hunts.
Still can run uphill pretty good,
but my heels do not like downhill running or even flat surface running.
I can only pretty much run uphill -- steep grades are fine -- I do an s curve pattern uphill often,
to vary the cumulative impact on my feet.
Uphill running has been the one thing that has kept me in top shape and healthy.
I walk back down very slowly.
So I am still at it all, but slowing down and being very careful.

...I screwed up post reply somehow? It disappeared.
So, the words Autumn and Fall are not to be capitalized?
They are in my world!

What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun.
Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new?"It has been already, in the ages before us. Ecc 1: 9-10
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#5
Quote:Still can run uphill pretty good,
but my heels do not like downhill running or even flat surface running.
I can only pretty much run uphill -- steep grades are fine -- I do an s curve pattern uphill often,
to vary the cumulative impact on my feet.

I almost never take any painkillers after a few cold brew and a toke or two(or three) I just ignore pain and carry on.

I've been moving since 1987.

I got old. 

Changed the game and made new rules.

-- steep grades are fine --
Naughty
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I Up-GRADE ed ye Olde School  "Ramp"  to  "Dock Level" Earning my Master Mover PHD. Doctorate  (DOCK-Door-It)TM 

,,,



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(colleague with chair approaching(DOCK-Door-It)TM  bridge system and not worried about a snowy slippery slope...nope.

Now I see Level and walk from my truck floor rite into the front door with no more dangerous inclination or joint stress.

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Nope. Don't cope with slippery slope...that's Dope!

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I average 18,000 to 26,000 steps a day.

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They say necessity is the Mother of invention...I dunno.
This ain't patent pretending and my functional prototype is being perfected as we go.
The universal system adapts even to rental trucks.

I shall suffer a ramp no more.
I fooled the Ramp.
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My body thanx itz mind.
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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#6
My 1st job was a mover, only for two weeks, then the construction business was next.  But those two weeks got me enough cash to get an apt down payment, bought honda 75hp small motorbike which I used to get to work site rain or snow.
Even raced ski-dos on frozen lake ONCE didn't crash or slide, remember that day, still glad I didn't crash.
kept moving forward.
You got your Mover PHD Clay Applause


Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Light" - Jefferson Starship-Windows of Heaven Album
I'm an Earthling with a Martian Soul wanting to go Home.   
You have to turn your own lightbulb on. ©stevo25 & rhw007
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#7
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Cool images of the ramp systems.
Up at the university within the fenced football field and running track,
were 10 heavy duty industrial aluminum framed track event long ... ramps.
I use them for ramps. 
They have a walking surface of thick running track rubber.
They have welded lips on each end for nice placement on hard flat edges.
Thick aluminum casing.
Thee were covers for track event pits ... best I can describe their usage ... 
about 32 inches wide and about 8 feet long each.

In any case, for years I noticed the 10 ramps just laying there unused off to the side of the running track.
So I went up to the university to their surplus sales warehouse.
Pointed out to them that they had 10 ramps laying there doing nothing,
why not put them up for their surplus auction?

And they did!
It is a national surplus auction ... surplus .com?
In any case I got the 10 ramps for 1000$, the minimum reserve.
They were 1000$ new each when the university paid for the running track.
Those ramps have been most useful and helpful.

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