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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby rxxli » 15 January 2019, 21:37

Good lord. I really should stop disappearing from here for months. I see that not much has changed.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Subra » 15 January 2019, 23:58

My vision problems, eye pain, headaches, and nausea may all be caused by tight neck muscles pinching my optic nerve. Problem is my shoulders and neck have felt tight for as long as I can remember, and nothing I try ever relaxes them.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Jzone » 16 January 2019, 01:13

rxxli wrote:Good lord. I really should stop disappearing from here for months. I see that not much has changed.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. —welcome to life
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 16 January 2019, 01:24

Subra wrote:My vision problems, eye pain, headaches, and nausea may all be caused by tight neck muscles pinching my optic nerve. Problem is my shoulders and neck have felt tight for as long as I can remember, and nothing I try ever relaxes them.



Have you ever considered to get a chiropractor's treatment for this? I would imagine, you certainly must have tried this. There's some awesome people that do likewise on horses - no jokes - they are called a "Knokenbreker" (Bone breaker) over here, but they've got a mixture of ancient remedy knowledge and chiropractics skills. Might be you could use a decent Thai massage, too. Have you been checked medically, for all the common neck / muscular and nerve related problems?
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Jzone » 16 January 2019, 02:52

Subra wrote:My vision problems, eye pain, headaches, and nausea may all be caused by tight neck muscles pinching my optic nerve. Problem is my shoulders and neck have felt tight for as long as I can remember, and nothing I try ever relaxes them.

A pinched nerve can cause all sorts of problems — many that seem unrelated to the others or the cause. The questions are: what is causing the nerve issue, and what can you do about it?

I went through severe pain as a result of a herniated disk and pinched nerve several years ago. It was actually what led me to spending hours in bed and finding this forum! I tried chiropractors and physical therapy before undergoing vertebrae fusion surgery. I have been symptom free ever since.

That may not be your solution, of course. I wish you well.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 16 January 2019, 03:13

Wondering who thought this ad was a great idea.

Blow: "Nowadays even Liam can release an album of his screechy vocals and it'll probably go #1..."
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homomorphism: I used to not think your name was deshay and that Erick was just being racist
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Stardust » 16 January 2019, 08:55

I feel so sorry for Theresa May. Whether you agree with her or not, the House of Commons and large chunks of the British public don't know the meaning of respect. What a shame.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Brenden » 16 January 2019, 10:56

rxxli wrote:Good lord. I really should stop disappearing from here for months. I see that not much has changed.

Just in time for the GayForum Awards! :awesome:
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Brenden » 16 January 2019, 11:07

GearFetTwinkRomance wrote:
Subra wrote:My vision problems, eye pain, headaches, and nausea may all be caused by tight neck muscles pinching my optic nerve. Problem is my shoulders and neck have felt tight for as long as I can remember, and nothing I try ever relaxes them.

Have you ever considered to get a chiropractor's treatment for this? I would imagine, you certainly must have tried this. There's some awesome people that do likewise on horses - no jokes - they are called a "Knokenbreker" (Bone breaker) over here, but they've got a mixture of ancient remedy knowledge and chiropractics skills. Might be you could use a decent Thai massage, too. Have you been checked medically, for all the common neck / muscular and nerve related problems?

Chiropractic is dangerous quackery.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Brenden » 16 January 2019, 11:26

poolerboy0077 wrote:Wondering who thought this ad was a great idea.

Most of it is okay (terrible for an advertisement, but okay as a message), but some of it clearly insinuates that all men/dads are to blame for 'toxic masculinity' behaviour, which is ridiculous.

The influence of paternal involvement in child care on later empathic concern was quite astonishing. This single dimension accounted for a greater percentage of the unique variance in empathic concern scores (13%) than the three strongest maternal predictors combined. These results appear to fit with previous findings indicating that prosocial behaviors such as altruism and generosity in children were related to active involvement in child care by fathers (Rutherford & Mussen, 1968). It can be speculated that these results have implications for research on the long-term developmental outcomes of children who experience divorce prior to age 5, because diminished paternal involvement in child care is a concomitant of the vast majority of divorces (Biller, 1981). At a minimum, the strength of these results supports the recent emphasis on the importance of considering fathers' contributions to child development (cf. Lamb, 1981).
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby PopTart » 16 January 2019, 12:23

Stardust wrote:I feel so sorry for Theresa May. Whether you agree with her or not, the House of Commons and large chunks of the British public don't know the meaning of respect. What a shame.

I do and i don't. She has been a stalking horse throughout brexit and you can be sure that someone, or a number of someone's, including Boris Johnson, David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn are waiting inn the wings, happy to fling shit at her, knowing she will take the brunt of public blame for brexit, no matter how it turns out. They will swoop in and seem like saviour, after she limps to the finish line of her term.

For that she has my sympathy, she has also tried damn hard to get something that would work for as many people as possible.

But she has also made some incredibly dumb decisions. Delaying the vote in parliament being one of them and seeking to appease everyone, when she'd have been better off sticking with one camp or another.

I suspect she lets doubt dictate some of her decision making, or let's the opinions of cl0se advisors over ride her own judgement at times.

She has endured alot of criticism though and despite it all, is still determined to struggle on and that's respectable, if perhaps at times, misjudged.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby Brenden » 16 January 2019, 15:58

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Stardust wrote:I feel so sorry for Theresa May. Whether you agree with her or not, the House of Commons and large chunks of the British public don't know the meaning of respect. What a shame.

I do and i don't. She has been a stalking horse throughout brexit and you can be sure that someone, or a number of someone's, including Boris Johnson, David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn are waiting inn the wings, happy to fling shit at her, knowing she will take the brunt of public blame for brexit, no matter how it turns out. They will swoop in and seem like saviour, after she limps to the finish line of her term.

For that she has my sympathy, she has also tried damn hard to get something that would work for as many people as possible.

But she has also made some incredibly dumb decisions. Delaying the vote in parliament being one of them and seeking to appease everyone, when she'd have been better off sticking with one camp or another.

I suspect she lets doubt dictate some of her decision making, or let's the opinions of cl0se advisors over ride her own judgement at times.

She has endured alot of criticism though and despite it all, is still determined to struggle on and that's respectable, if perhaps at times, misjudged.

She was cruel and terrible as Home Secretary and she knew exactly what she was getting into when she went for the leader position in 2016.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby PopTart » 16 January 2019, 16:02

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PopTart wrote:
Stardust wrote:I feel so sorry for Theresa May. Whether you agree with her or not, the House of Commons and large chunks of the British public don't know the meaning of respect. What a shame.

I do and i don't. She has been a stalking horse throughout brexit and you can be sure that someone, or a number of someone's, including Boris Johnson, David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn are waiting inn the wings, happy to fling shit at her, knowing she will take the brunt of public blame for brexit, no matter how it turns out. They will swoop in and seem like saviour, after she limps to the finish line of her term.

For that she has my sympathy, she has also tried damn hard to get something that would work for as many people as possible.

But she has also made some incredibly dumb decisions. Delaying the vote in parliament being one of them and seeking to appease everyone, when she'd have been better off sticking with one camp or another.

I suspect she lets doubt dictate some of her decision making, or let's the opinions of cl0se advisors over ride her own judgement at times.

She has endured alot of criticism though and despite it all, is still determined to struggle on and that's respectable, if perhaps at times, misjudged.

She was cruel and terrible as Home Secretary and she knew exactly what she was getting into when she went for the leader position in 2016.

I'm not so sure it was cruelty, as much as the result of a sheltered perspective. That said, I'm not entirely informed on her time as home secretary and I tend to find most mp's but conservative ones in particular, to be unsavoury people.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby rogonandi » 16 January 2019, 19:24

I’m having a nice time right now. I’m warm and safe and content here in the apartment. :thumbsup:
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby rxxli » 16 January 2019, 19:45

Brenden wrote:
rxxli wrote:Good lord. I really should stop disappearing from here for months. I see that not much has changed.

Just in time for the GayForum Awards! :awesome:

Oh dear... I really haven’t been active much on here this year. I really don’t know who is nomination worthy.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby KyleSexyBoy » 16 January 2019, 22:51

I'm thinking about what to eat for dinner.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby trywait » 17 January 2019, 04:11

I should go to bed.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 17 January 2019, 13:14

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Subra wrote:My vision problems, eye pain, headaches, and nausea may all be caused by tight neck muscles pinching my optic nerve. Problem is my shoulders and neck have felt tight for as long as I can remember, and nothing I try ever relaxes them.

Have you ever considered to get a chiropractor's treatment for this? I would imagine, you certainly must have tried this. There's some awesome people that do likewise on horses - no jokes - they are called a "Knokenbreker" (Bone breaker) over here, but they've got a mixture of ancient remedy knowledge and chiropractics skills. Might be you could use a decent Thai massage, too. Have you been checked medically, for all the common neck / muscular and nerve related problems?

Chiropractic is dangerous quackery.

Sorry to read so. Pretty scary, actually. I was not aware of the high percentage of crooks working in that field obviously. I think it's the same with any field of medical treatment, if you get at some irresponsible crook's hands.

A friend of mine though had good experience with a guy that got his lower backbone and legs to work and improve, so he could walk once again. That dude usually works for sport and race horse owners.
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Re: What are you thinking at the moment?

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 17 January 2019, 15:41

Brenden wrote:She was cruel and terrible as Home Secretary and she knew exactly what she was getting into when she went for the leader position in 2016.


Yeah no tears for the reptiles in charge. I don't think they have emotions or a conscience.
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