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Well that was fun. back to regular time.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
with your hands on your hips You bring your knee in tight.

Consarn it! I ain’t been able to do that since ‘83!

I’m a man without good flexion
I’m a man who doesn’t bow
Or turn himself in any direction
Ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow...

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I'm not a fan of daylight saving time. Its confusing as heck for the animals


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Woran wrote:
I'm not a fan of daylight saving time. Its confusing as heck for the animals

I'm not a fan of daylight savings time either. But most of the proposals for getting rid of it here in North America are for permanently moving the clocks to be different from sun time. Permanent Daylight Savings Time.

I hate it when "noon" isn't 'when the sun is directly overhead'. Where I live in my timezone, Daylight Savings Time means that "noon" is nearly two hours earlier than actual sun time.

Animals wouldn't mind if they never had to adjust again, but it's going to leave me permanently off kilter.

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Woran wrote:
I'm not a fan of daylight saving time. Its confusing as heck for the animals

*Agrees with Woran with a mao*

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Next stop on fitness goals: Spartan sprint ^^

Must find more monkey bars to hang on. And climb more walls. And ropes.

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Old Man George wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
with your hands on your hips You bring your knee in tight.

Consarn it! I ain’t been able to do that since ‘83!

I’m a man without good flexion
I’m a man who doesn’t bow
Or turn himself in any direction
Ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow...

You need yoga sessions.


I think that is what I will do tomorrow. Keep doing weights all the time I'm gonna get too stiff.

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I've also bought my climbing harness for $70 and climbing shoes for $50. Next stop will be to get the monthly passes for climbing gym.


Building that upper body up eh? I feel like climbing has got to be mostly upper body str. Do you suppose the possibility of falling increases the amount of effort you put into it?

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Bouldering is the part where falling gets tricky. If you fall while rock climbing there's auto belay and a harness after all. I managed to swing myself across some monkey bars after running my half marathon yesterday.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Building that upper body up eh? I feel like climbing has got to be mostly upper body str. Do you suppose the possibility of falling increases the amount of effort you put into it?

And you should try to rely less on upper body strength if you want to climb for longer durations. Your lower body is where the power is at. Granted I'm not very good at following my own advice, but these days I do try to remember to move my hindpaws.


I think even with the knowledge that you have something to catch you the height etc probably still gives you some adrenaline spikes which typically makes you put more effort into what your doing. I have an absolutely unhealthy lack of fear of heights but I imagine that is how it is for others.


Person: well I don't do debit or credit cards.
ME: well sorry for ya. You can go X they take cash.

I swear the people that don't use cards are going to just keep finding it harder and harder if they don't move forward. I Imagine eventually cash won't be a thing anymore everything will be digital in maybe another 20 years or so.


I think that a lot of the people who try to rent a room here without a card do so because they know they're going to smoke in the room or something that will cause us to charge them extra, and they don't want to pay.


I could believe that.


Hi, everyone.

:( I have some severe back pain, today. Even getting out of a chair is an exercise in pain. :(

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Oh no John, I hope it gets bette quickly :(


That sucks John. How did you hurt it?


So do I. I took a pain reliever about an hour ago, but I don't think it'll help much.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
That sucks John. How did you hurt it?

I don't know. It probably happened when I was asleep.


I would think muscle relaxer would of been the way to go but it depends on what kind of pain we are talking about.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
I would think muscle relaxer would of been the way to go but it depends on what kind of pain we are talking about.

A sharp, stabbing pain along my hips and lower spine.


Sounds like you could use a chiropractor. Could be muscle strain or a herniated disk or a good number of less likely stuff.


Quiet day. Well I hope John is doing better.


Ascension 14 completed with Silent.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Ascension 14 completed with Silent.

I beat 5 with ironclad. I got the atk upgrade egg early and swapped my starting relic out for extra energy one. that combined with a lot of drawing and the gold card that does damage for every card you exhausted made me beat most fight the first or second turn. The heart solidly stomped me. not enough defense. I think my favorite relics so far are the ones that give you a dex or str for every 3 attacks.


You know you don't have to beat the heart to complete the Ascension runs, right? I don't even try to fight it. Skip the keys, get through the third boss, and you're done.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
You know you don't have to beat the heart to complete the Ascension runs, right? I don't even try to fight it. Skip the keys, get through the third boss, and you're done.

Yeah but I kind of like too If I can. I feel like otherwise I build up theat big scary deck for no reason. I do only go for them if I am sure I can beat the third boss.

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Whoa I didn't realize the Great Eastern Women's half marathon had rather attractive prizes.

For elites:

1st

Crystal Trophy and SGD $3,500

2nd

Crystal Trophy and SGD $2,000

3rd

Crystal Trophy and SGD $1,200

4th - 10th

Crystal Trophy and SGD $300

For common folk:

1st

Crystal Trophy and SGD $2,500

2nd

Crystal Trophy and SGD $1,400

3rd

Crystal Trophy and SGD $1,000

So far that's the biggest prize monies I've seen, but again I'm definitely not good enough for any of that.

To give an idea on how fast the elites go:

Race Results of the Great Eastern Women's Run 2019
Mok Ying Rong - 1:26:26.
Rachel See - 1:27:04.
Yvonne Elizabeth Chee - 1:32:58.

Holy sh*t.

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I know that yoga poses could possibly alleviate back issues, the problem is I haven't tried it on myself yet so I don't dare to recommend it to others. Same for some heel issues. I only recommend yoga for knees because it did work on me.


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Yoga helped my back. It was a complete mess after being a cart pusher at walmart and all the lifting at lowes.

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To get back to music:

Vidmaster7, I saw Opeth live yesterday.


I have listened to them a little bit how was their live show?

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Met with some of my old friends and had hotpot. Whacked some leafy greens and lots of meat during the steam boat and stayed away from the ice cream bar. Also ran up Mt Faber today, at least I don't feel that bad about myself being a wimp.

Also had some yummy enormous blueberries. Have officially checked off all the foods to eat after a half marathon.

Directly after the half marathon I ate an apple and a boiled egg,drank 500 ml of green tea then went to my BFs house and ate a piece of cheese out of the fridge. Went back home and ate a dry curry with salmon, turnips, French beans, eggplant and tomato. Had nai bai(a leafy green) stir fry for dinner. I've been eating spinach and egg omlettes with turmeric for breakfast for the last few days.

Then had some pineapple for supper. Yesterday I had some duck, today I had beef in the hotpot and ate blueberries for afternoon tea.


Woran wrote:

To get back to music:

Vidmaster7, I saw Opeth live yesterday.

Who was opening for them?

They headlined the festival I was at Saturday with Alcest, Primordial, Jo Quail and a few others (like 30+ bands including Mayhem) - but those were the stand-outs.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I have listened to them a little bit how was their live show?

Pretty good. They didnt have a lot going on on stage (light show was good), but in between songs they s&*~ talked a lot and engaged the audience. That was very fun.

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DSXMachina wrote:
Woran wrote:

To get back to music:

Vidmaster7, I saw Opeth live yesterday.

Who was opening for them?

They headlined the festival I was at Saturday with Alcest, Primordial, Jo Quail and a few others (like 30+ bands including Mayhem) - but those were the stand-outs.

The Vintage Caravan. Which, honestly, I kinda liked better then Opeth themselves.


Yeah, Mikael AKerfeldt is a great talker & banters with the crowd nicely (even drunk people which was a mistake). The set I saw had a bit of the prog-jazz vibe, with a different arrangement of 'Benighted' which wasn't my favourite & they didn't do The Moor - but it's still Opeth. :D


Update: My mother thinks that I pulled a muscle in my back, somehow.


Blech. Be careful to not make it worse!


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Blech. Be careful to not make it worse!

I'll do my best.


Woran wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
Woran wrote:

To get back to music:

Vidmaster7, I saw Opeth live yesterday.

Who was opening for them?

They headlined the festival I was at Saturday with Alcest, Primordial, Jo Quail and a few others (like 30+ bands including Mayhem) - but those were the stand-outs.

The Vintage Caravan. Which, honestly, I kinda liked better then Opeth themselves.

Only show like that I went to was a "green jelly" concert and their opening band was power glove. Power glove was way better.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Update: My mother thinks that I pulled a muscle in my back, somehow.

That was like my first guess!


I really wish these people would get out of my lobby. They're really annoying me.


They just left! Maybe I should have complained about them sooner...


Why they just hanging in your lobby?


Because "We can't go to bed until all the beer has been drunk."


Ah. Those type of people. I guess it could be worse we could work in hotels with bars.


Yeah, I wouldn't do that.

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