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Old Today, 05:42 PM   #42821
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Meditation may help, yea?


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Old Today, 05:48 PM   #42822
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Yeah red, that kind of job keeps your body from developing any kind of chronic pain I think. Injuries of course are a different story

It really does suck, Dave. It used to be much worse when I was pretty inactive. My mood impacts how bad it is too. I've found the more positive I am, the less I feel it. For that reason I believe it's a physiological thing, or whatever. My body forces me to be happy, otherwise I'm just constantly in physical as well as emotional pain


There's defiantly a psych factor. If you're feeling down mentally, you'll just feel like a sack of shit all over.

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Old Today, 06:05 PM   #42823
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There's defiantly a psych factor. If you're feeling down mentally, you'll just feel like a sack of shit all over.
Agreed. When I get mega stressed out the pain creeps back in. The less I stress, the better the pain gets
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Meditation may help, yea?

Haven't honestly given meditation a fair shake yet. Getting into boxing definitely helped though
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Old Today, 06:13 PM   #42824
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I've actually been thinking starting jujitsu or MMA again, to keep in shape, and let some anger out from time to time

I did it a little in the past, but never got too far with it. I started going to the gym for the first time in my life about a month ago. I'll probably give it another couple of months before I try doing any martial arts, so I'll at least have some core strength built up.
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Old Today, 06:38 PM   #42825
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Any form of martial arts is fantastic for staying in shape, makes for great cardio and a great workout. And it definitely does help with venting frustration
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Old Today, 06:44 PM   #42826
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Beating your kids is effective too. You just have to watch those bruise patterns if they have attentive teachers.
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Old Today, 06:45 PM   #42827
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Sold my old bike in one week for exactly what I asked for... Was my price too low?

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Old Today, 06:49 PM   #42828
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Beating your kids is effective too. You just have to watch those bruise patterns if they have attentive teachers.


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Nice ride Tubetime!

That's something else I'd like to do; get a half decent trail bike, and get back into riding. I use ride non-stop all growing up, but haven't done it for a few years now. It's just so damn flat here on the prairies, that I don't know if it would be much fun.
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Old Today, 07:34 PM   #42829
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I've had back problems for years now. Since like senior year of high school. Probably has to do with my job requiring that I sit down too much, but at the same time, I get plenty of exercise Not sure but I've always thought that maybe it had to do with me pulling a muscle in my back playing hockey in sophomore year, but can't say for sure

Feel you there man.
When I was 14 I herniated a disc.
Been in constant pain since.
Working the way I do, bent half over all night sweeping, ****ing kills me.
And playing guitar standing for any amount of time is ridiculous.
Especially with my LP, since it's a full body.
But it's worth the pain.
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Old Today, 07:50 PM   #42830
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That's awful dude My back pain definitely isn't that bad, at least not anymore. The more I stand up the better it usually feels, it's both my posture and sitting down 10 hours a day that causes the pain I get. For that reason I do my best to stand up while playing, unless I'm recording something and need to be interacting with the computer at the same time
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Old Today, 07:52 PM   #42831
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The way the doctors described it is the herniation of the disc is straightening out the lumbar curve of my back, which is causing everything to spasm out trying to keep it all curved.
Physical therapy did nothing but make it worse.
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Old Today, 08:30 PM   #42832
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Greg - that was boneless ribs. First time I've cooked 'em. Came out pretty yummy. I suppose they are not quite as flavorful as bone in (as you'd expect) but a lot less messy and easier to eat.

So your turkey last night was a practice bird? Did I hear that right? I saw your $57 in charcoal. Do you stick it in a pan inside your egg or how are you doing that exactly?

boneless ribs? part of me is cringing. i bet you could make them taste incredible though.

i cooked the turkey in this. i don't have an egg, i'm back to just using webers for everything. mostly 22.5's but i have a WSM and a couple 18.5 kettles too.
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screwed up a little. went too long so the dark meat got a bit on the overdone (rubbery) side as i had the probe in the breast i cut off the bone, the breast was incredible though. i learned a lot, which is the point. probably do x-givin on the kettles though. going to flip the WSM as i can do pretty much everything in kettles and WSM's flip for good dough.
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You stop bbqing?

I have 4 feet of snow out back and I made tenderloin in freezing rain last night.

this. i bbq all year, i can dig a hole for the kettles if need be. plus i keep a spare in the garage in case the 2 on my patio get frozen shut.
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My god that looks so delicious




today was cornbread, in cast iron, on the kettle.

i ****ing love cornbread.
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