2022.01.20 19:56 Texan-Trucker Getting tired of the same 4 top songs from the same 10 artists across channels 16 and 17.
I also try and listen to 7 and 8 but it’s the same there
Their play list is so limited, it borders on maddening. And most of their mainstream era channels are the same. And it only got worse the beginning of this year, although they rotated in a few more artists, but still the same constant repeats of a handful of artists, who I presume allow unlimited play for nothing? Only time I can hear some of my old pop favorites is Casey Kasem 70’s and 80’s top 40 on weekends. Sad.
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2022.01.20 19:56 tonii_lee My fiancé died 2 years ago
He died of undiagnosed cancer on July 22nd 2019. He was my soulmate. It was so sudden, we were all shocked and it tore me apart. I felt so guilty that I never felt that something was wrong. It was agonising, I had always preached that we had this otherworldly connection and when it came to it, he was dying and I had no idea.
His family cut me out pretty much immediately, no one would even tell me what happened to him. It took me 6 months of obsessing to finally find out what he died of, I still have no idea which type of cancer took him.
2 years isn’t that long but we’re pretty young so people expected me to get over it pretty quickly, after all “it’s just a boyfriend”. But he felt irreplaceable. I mean after all, I’d been with him since we were just 16, and known him since we were 11.
I still have his ring, I have his picture in my locket. I don’t understand how I’m expected to move on. He was my whole life, he meant more to me than life itself. He made everything feel easier. The guilt I have felt has been so unbearable. I, out of everyone, should have known. I should’ve felt something..
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2022.01.20 19:56 No_Chard1484 Bay Area color darkroom?
Anyone know of color darkrooms available for public use in the Bay Area? I’d love to make my own prints, but my searches have turned up nothing.
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2022.01.20 19:56 upsidedownpositive Cheers. Night Court! George Wendt (aka Norm from Cheers) is on the wall at Roy’s kebab place.
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2022.01.20 19:56 ZenZiccoZ How do I become more grounded so I can manifest better.
My father judges me for my past he has a big ego and can’t let go of things and he subconsciously holds them against me and makes me feel like I’m “not loved” I believe deep down he is the one that feels this way and needs to be a prick to everyone etc spreading his hate around our home. I’m in a sticky situation because I’m finishing my bachelor I got one year left starting soon and then I want to pursue a masters. I have somewhat of a plan to move out of my house when I graduate my bachelors but meanwhile I’m stuck here and it’s very very toxic to say the least it robs me of my energy daily… lowers my vibration to his. How can I become less reactive? To the point where his low vibration and judgement stops affecting me. Help
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2022.01.20 19:56 Nefery-san Lisa with Yae’s outfit
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2022.01.20 19:56 aryafun 32[M4F] Up for a chat about something perhaps like an unusual job or just different
2022.01.20 19:56 Nalexy DeathAdder v2 makes a rattling sound
Ive had it for a year but didnt use it much, it was always on my table and no, it never fell, it basically looks brand new. im not sure if it affects its functionality, but i think sometimes it doesnt respond when i left click, i might be imagining things though. Would warranty fix it? I heard that hardware sometimes comes back horribly put together from warranty and its better to just not send it in.
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2022.01.20 19:56 snooshoe KRG PM Masrour Barzani attends returning ceremony as the late Yazidi leader Sheikh Shamo's body returns to the Kurdistan Region
2022.01.20 19:56 FlyingC0WS Great game 10/10
2022.01.20 19:56 ArtisticButtons Cookies but they're in a bunny suit: Eclair Cookie
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2022.01.20 19:56 ElCamino96 Anybody ever check out the YouTube channel What Dinosaurs Sounded Like?
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2022.01.20 19:56 realdrqrd I prefer the Dark Hash-Slinging Slasher Mode
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2022.01.20 19:56 Alebuoncry $CEI. I don't give a fck about your manipulation. I continue to buy and hold because i want to change my Life I'm an Ape and i'll win 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
2022.01.20 19:56 desertcrowcoyote Awww poor guy. Not a billionaire anymore.
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2022.01.20 19:56 gamerchickftw XSX controller problems
I've been trying to find a solution to this problem since the game released. I'm playing on Xbox series x, and everytime I need to switch my battery on my controller, I lose the ability to do anything in orcs. I know my controller is synched because I have access to the xbox guide button. But I cant move my character or even pause the game, Its the only game I have this problem with. Anyone else have this issue ?
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2022.01.20 19:56 Morgan-992 Electric Ionic Styling Hairbrush Having a bad hair day with flyaway, frizz and static? It's time to balance out your hair ions with this Electric Ionic Hairbrush. Constant brushing and towel-drying can strip away negative ions from your hair and that's where this comes in use.
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2022.01.20 19:56 drywallfan I spent 2021 fixing my shin splints and then ran my first Ultra
This book is dedicated to u/wait_theresadog Yesterday, I made a comment about my year long battle with shin splints and I promised that user a write up.
If you don't have shin splints this will probably be less interesting than watching paint dry (hey it changes colors).
Disclaimer, if you get shin splints, the answer is probably just run less or get new shoes, probably both. That is the advice I got when I went searching for this, it was not the answer for me but it's probably the answer for you (you probably just added the miles too fast). Also, I am not a doctor I am a software developer who likes reading about this stuff so take this with a grain of salt, but this is my experience.
So what are shin splints? First off there are 3 types of shin splints. It could be actual stress fracture in the bone (if I could be so lucky), it could be in the inside of the shin along the bone (posterior tibialis) or it could be along the outside of shin (anterior tibialis). My problem is/was the inside, so the posterior tibialis. Specifically in the early 2000s when I was a cadet at the Air Force Academy I got shin splints during basic training, then I spent all freshmen year running in dress shoes on marble strips and that tendon just never healed.
When you overwork the tendon for a long period of time the tissue doesn't heal right and you get scar tissue built up within the tendon. This website has a lot more information on this, such as that tendonitis isn't even the proper term for this, it's "Tendinopathy"
Just run less that will fix it! I had dream of doing ultra running back when I was in college but never really went through with it properly. Then the next 8 years I focused on a lot of weight training and crossfit like workouts. Late 2017 I got into using the stationary bike and averaged almost an hour a day for a couple years. I did some competitive stair climbing (WTC, Willis "Sears" Tower) and I started ramping up my running. However whenever I got to about 15 miles per week my shins were just screaming. I could push it to 20 miles a week but at that point it would hurt to just walk. I could feel every footfall. Nov/Dec 2020 I decided to just de-train and not run, focus on the stationary bike and then slowly start up the miles so I could join you guys in ultra marathons and stop just watching them on youtube.
Jan 2020 I did like a easy 30 min run on a treadmill after not running for a couple months and just lifting weights and doing my cardio on the bike. My shins have never hurt that bad. I really wanted to get going on a strong 2021 season that had this lofty goal of running a half marathon by the end of the year. I decided that I was going to just dedicate that year to fixing my shins while I am running on them because taking time off didn't seem to do my any favors.
Books and other sources Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and Speed
Built from Broken: A Science-Based Guide to Healing Painful Joints, Preventing Injuries, and Rebuilding Your Body
SCIENCE OF ULTRA: Tendons And Sinews With Keith Baar, PhD
Running Rewired has a lot of diagnostic drills and I found that my left foot (side with the most pain) was really uncoordinated. There is a drill that does these hip-hinges, I could do it on my right leg but my left was pretty terrible. That book said to do these drills with your toes to help your nervous system remember to push off the toe.
Doing that showed me that my left hip (psoas/hipflexor) was super tight, way tighter than my right. So what was happening was I didn't have enough range of motion in my left left to follow through so my big toe wasn't pushing though and my left ankle would just collapse inward due to lack of glute activation.
Built from broken has a lot of information about how to rebuild and get the connective tissue and get the collagen to crosslink. Basically it's very slow movements, one set would take a couple minutes to do. I have modified this and attached some elastic bands to my desk so I can spend some time pulling my foot inward and having some nice, slow and steady tension on that tendon.
The science of ultra podcast talks about a study where people took 15g of gelatin 1 hour before jumping rope for 20 mins and they got a significant improvement in collagen synthesis. I tried making a cup of jello with 15g of gelatin but it was so thick I literally couldn't get a spoon through it. It just left like a little half moon dent. So I got some 00 caps and some gelatin/collagen powered, sprinkled in a pinch of vitamin C (it's what was in the study) and capped my own supplements. It would take about 20 of these caps to get to just over 15 grams (The study found that the 5g group was the same as the 0g group, it was a "go big or go home" thing).
Shoes All through 2020 I kept getting softer and softer shoes. That was a mistake. I thought that minimalist shoes puts the impact lower on the body and the maximalist shoes puts the impact higher on the body (knees and hips). Since my knees and hips have always been super solid (lots of squats) and I kept having issues lower in my legs I just kept getting taller and taller shoes with more padding. In my frustration of this injury I decided to run in my weight lifting barefoot shoes just to prove to myself that softer shoes are the way to go. Well after that run my shins felt pretty good. I thought they would be crushed but they weren't.
That study found that in shoes with more padding runners would actually hit the ground harder and put larger forces on their body. So I started doing my training on a treadmill in minimalist shoes since my legs felt the best after those workouts. Granted my calves were screaming, they were super sore, but i was starting over anyway and that tendon felt good. I'd trade calf soreness for tendon pain any day of the week, so I did.
How all that turned into something actionable So what I did with all that information was I started doing 20 min runs in my barefoot shoes. I'd take my 15 grams of gelatin at work and by the time I drove home and changed it was about an hour. I started at 3 days a week, then added in a 4th, 5th and now I run 6 days a week. Slowly some of those 20 min runs would be 30 mins, then 45 mins. I was tracking total time for each week and each month I would have the same amount of time for each week. As things got easier during the month I would make some of those runs higher intensity but keep the overall time the same.
I added in this machine https://www.titan.fitness/strength/strength-accessories/othetitan-fitness-tibia-dorsi-calf-machine/400843.html into my workouts, it doesn't do the tendon that I have issues with, it does the other side but I want my shins to be the strongest part over being the weakest link.
As I was able to open up my left hip and actually push off my big toe I found that my hips were weak. So this routine is a staple that I do a few times a week now in between meetings https://runnyday.in/myrtl-routine/
I also started doing icebaths that go almost up to my knees. I would take a plastic bin and put some cool water in it. Then pour in a bucket of ice. Initially I was doing 10 mins and worked up to 20 mins without much of an issue. The data on icing tendonpathy is not super supportive. I would do it a few hours after working out so I wouldn't be blunting the normal healing process. After doing an icebath my shins would feel great, I could push on the spot all I wanted without pain. I also think having the body flush out the inflammation and then drive warm blood back into the area has got to do something beneficial.
The weirdest thing that worked very well was with food, particularly carbs. On an easy/deloading week I decided to eat whatever and my shins hurt so bad I could feel it when I walked, each step was just painful. If I was doing low carb my shins felt great. And if my shins felt terrible I could fast for like 20ish hours and by the end of the fast they'd be back to feeling ok and I could do a run with minimal pain.
So how did the season go? July I ran a 5K, messed up the pacing and ended up walking it in. Went out too hot and underestimated the distance. ~26:00 mins
August I ran a 10K (leadville 10K) and paced it almost perfectly and did it in just at 1:00:00 it was my first 10K.
September I really got my training on point and was able to sustain 30 miles per week and got some quality session doing some trails near my house (about 120 feet of gain/loss per mile at 6,300 feet of elevation).
October ran my first half marathon at 1:58:36 it was lower altitude (5,000 feet) but it was just an amazing experience. My ankles were hurting a few days before this race and I didn't think I would be able to even finish a half marathon and felt like the whole year was a huge waste of time. Then I went out and not only was the last 10K of that race done in 52:11 but the last 5K of the half marathon was done in 24:14, beating the july 5K I started this season with
November I was traveling for work and sick but emboldened by my half marathon I signed up for a 50K
December I finished the Sawmill 50K out in pine/conifer Colorado. My watch said it was 34 miles long but whatever. It did have a lot of hills, 7,500 feet of gain/loss and the average altitude was just under 9,000 feet. The website said it was a "fat ass race" which I thought it meant it was easy. That's not what it mean. I thought people were going to say "Oh is this your first ultra" like they could just tell. But apparently this was a stupid race to do for someone's first ultra so they might not have even considered my "mistake."
I was dead last for most of the race but for some reason I kept going. I beat a lot of people that day... because they DNF'd. The whole race was at or below freezing and with some good planning and my year of working on my shin splints I didn't have any pain in my legs and I actually never got cold (it started at like 8 degrees or something stupid with a few inches of snow). I am proud to be one of the slowest ultra runners now, this is such a great group.
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2022.01.20 19:56 DoplexTV ICYMI: The My Immortal SUPERCUT! reworked, remixed, remastered, and other re-words for your viewing pleasure. i spent like 6 years adding the subtitles to it and adding some new goofs. please enjoy or i will do a 360 laserflip off the nearest bridge
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2022.01.20 19:56 Krisz37 This is my team so far. What do you think? I am appreciate any suggestion
2022.01.20 19:56 happy_sky84 What do you do for a hobby?
I was curious what hobbies some of the people have here. I'm getting some personal things sorted out, but its really taken a toll and is mentally and physically exhausting. Many of my hobbies are screen-based, which probably isn't helping.
What kind of hobbies do you like to do?
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2022.01.20 19:56 Shortstacker69 HODL 👀
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2022.01.20 19:56 ZephirAWT Lipid Nanoparticles kill 80 percent of mice in PubMed Study
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2022.01.20 19:56 abskiing403 Anthony Slater: “Warriors will face a depleted Pacers team a night after they beat the Lakers in Los Angeles. Domantas Sabonis is out. Malcolm Brogdon and Caris LeVert are questionable. Myles Turner, T.J. Warren and T.J. McConnell have already been out with injuries for Indiana.”
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2022.01.20 19:56 iThInKiKnOw_ Got me a track in the mail today.
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