Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Smuel, May 3, 2012.
Good (sort off) afternoon.
Sort off, Arthgon.
That was a joke, just so we're clear. A play on words, if you will. An attempt at humour, in a manner of speaking.
All God's creatures are welcome here.
Kingmaker is a good game.
Of course, like any other CRPG, it is plagued by my restartitis.
I hope I can finish the game with the Armored Hulk shield guy I rolled yesterday. Not an optimized build, but I'm playing on Normal difficulty and I hope I don't need to make everyone some kind of Vivisectionist/Scaled Fist multiclass thingie. With Guarded Stance, Beast Totem and defensive feats a Barbarian tank should suffice.
I also fell victim to restartitis too many times. My reach rogue has been pretty good but now that I have reached act 4 I am thinking of going back to being a Paladin.
Yes indeed, I too play RPGs from time to time.
Tried the high handles on my hex bar yesterday and pulled 227.5 kilos, or 501.5 lbs.
I managed to lift it to lockout, but when I put the bar down I nearly passed out due to the drop in blood pressure. I lost my eyesight for a brief moment, and had to lean against the power rack to recover. I spent the rest of the evening feeling nauseous.
Totally worth it.
If I don't give a shit when you take a shit, you're a thief!
Talkin' about shit
And good afternoon.
NO ONE EATS ALONE!
Okay, so at this point I'm considering installing Grammarly and Honey just to get them to stop showing me the adverts.
My back is killing me today. Really bad. What should I do?
PS: It was (and still is) more like an excuse for you to joke at my expences
1) Movement is good. Keeps it from becoming stiff and all. (But not too hasty)
2) Best way to get in bed when having back problems. First sit down and THEN lay down.
3) out of the bed? While lying down, move/face to the side of bed (where you can get out of course) and put first your feet on the ground. Then while you use your arm for support carefully climb out. If you know what I mean.
4) Always keep a cushion in the back when sitting in a chair.
If it IS keep on bugging you and gets really bad, then there always is the possibility to go and see a fysiotherapist. I am doing this for a long time, and it is helping me.
I tweaked my back recently. So I can tell you what NOT to do, which is when it's almost better, bend down to scrub the bathroom floor. Added another week onto my recovery time.
Other than that, yeah, try to keep moving around as normal.
Also, try to lose some weight, you fat bastard.
Thanks for the suggestions
HAHAHAH and good evening
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