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About INTJRyan

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    North Shore Mass
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    Retired racing greyhound adoption and advocacy
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    Now I am become death; the destroyer of worlds.

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  1. Whenever you feel like criticizing any one just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.
  2. Thanks man. No worries though. What doesn't kill me and all that. I'll live with it forever but at least I'm not writhing on the floor now. ;)

  3. Oh geez, and for three months. That sucks dude. Glad it's behind you.

  4. Oh 2009-2012. You ever see trainspotting? Yeah kinda like that.

  5. Damn, dude. :( How long ago was that?

  6. This is insane. Doctors are so paranoid about prescribing pain meds that they are essentially refusing to manage the pain of a post-op cancer patient. It's disgraceful. You should be getting enough meds to manage your pain, and worry about addiction later. Who cares if you're physically dependent at this stage? You need to heal up. You're obviously not psychologically dependent which is the worse of the two. Once you're healed, you take a taper dose of meds to ween you off slowly, and that's it. It's not rocket surgery. Source: I have 3 ruptured discs in my back and I was up to 120 mg oxy a day (plus other opiates) and it took 3 months to ween off once the pain was managed.
  7. http://qklnk.co/WaUMho I've also seen weed lube.
  8. :( :hug: Sorry to hear this news.

  9. It's like raaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin on your wedding day.
  10. I have no idea where you found that :laugh: but yeah, I've been listening to them for ages now - I want to say almost 20 years now. And Rhode Island :thumbsup: was that show at Lupo's?

    Welcome to the forum.

  11. "And the cat came back the very next day!"

    Dude. Cant believe you listed Macabe!

    Say them in Rhode Island opening for Cannibal Corpse!

    Fucking awesome! :)

  12. "Lateralus" by Tool relies heavily on the Fibonacci sequence. This video catches a lot of the references but misses quite a few as well.
  13. I'll even take it one step further: I've been in BOTH pairs of shoes, where my wife has actually literally mowed the lawn and I have done some other chore that she typically does without notifying her in advance of doing so. Believe me when I say there was no anger or resentment, but merely gratitude, from both parties. That's because I'm not a manchild who gets butthurt over "I didn't get to accomplish the task myself" but rather was thankful that I had a partner willing to step up and do shit without regard to whether it's "my job" or "her job."